Athletics Department | Brighton High School Sports Teams | Information

7878 Brighton Rd.
Brighton, MI 48116
Phone: 810-299-4184

Athletic Director: John Thompson
Athletic Assistant: Vicki Cataldo
Trainer: Drew Cavey

Conference: Kensington Lakes Activities Association
Nickname: Bulldogs
School Colors: Orange & Black
The Brighton Interscholastic Athletics program will work cooperatively with the academic instructional program to contribute in the development of self-governing adults. The athletic programs through their structure, integrity, and success will inclusively offer opportunities to all students and members of our communities to benefit from the values of "Brighton InterSCHOLASTIC Athletics".

Physical form required by BAS for all 2017-2018 sports!
Attention: Please click here to get the new physical and consent form.
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Brighton Athletics is seeking Head Varsity Bowling and Asst Bowling coaches.

Brighton is looking for Varsity Bowling and Asst Bowling coaches. Interested parties please contact:

John Thompson, CMAA
High School Administrator
Brighton Area Schools
Direct: 810-299-4186
Fax: 810-2994188

Sports Physicals FYI

Brighton Area Schools Athletics

All participants must have a current physical and consent of disclosure on file with the Athletic Department prior to any tryouts and must be dated on or after April 15, 2017

1. Clearance form must be signed, stamped and dated on or after April 15, 2017 by physician M.D., D.O., Physician’s Assistant, or Nurse Practitioner who administers the exam. Some physician’s offices are using their prospective forms that they have adapted. This is ok but need to make sure all info is the same as what is required on Brighton Area Schools form or MHSAA form.

2. Information & Consent – ALL must have filled out properly and signed in all places by parent/guardian and student.

3. Insurance – ALL students must have insurance per Brighton Board of Education policy. If they indicate none they must purchase school insurance. Forms are available from the Athletic Office.

4. The Athletic Office maintains a current list of those on file on a yearly basis. Lists are provided to each sports coach on the 1st day of practice or tryouts.

5. It is helpful if forms are submitted to the Athletic Office in advance of season start to cut down the last minute stresses of practice or tryouts.

6. Completed forms can be submitted via email to the Athletic Director or Athletic Assistant, fax copies to 810-299-4188 or turned into the Athletic Office. Emails & phone numbers can be found on the Athletic website The Athletic Office does not assume responsibility if form is turned into any other office or school. Coaches can accept them also but prefer not to handle the paperwork.

Physical/Waiver and insurance forms are available from the Athletic Department and any school office or click here to get the form now.

Greetings to the Bulldog Family,

It is with great pleasure that I welcome all of you to what I am confident is going to be an outstanding year for Bulldog Athletics! Brighton InterSCHOLASTIC Athletics truly is for everyone. You do not have to be a player or a coach to be part of the Bulldog Family. All you really have to do is want to get involved. Whether you are a parent, a sponsor, a member of the best band in the land, or just a fan in the stands; you are an important part of the great tradition that is, Brighton Athletics!

Sportsmanship is a priority at Brighton! For this reason I remind each Bulldog family member to remember that your actions reflect upon us all, so let's keep it "Loud, Proud, & Positive" when cheering for the DOGS!

Thank you for your past, present and future support of Brighton InterSCHOLASTIC Athletics

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  • Official test scores must be sent from the testing agency using code 9999. Test scores that appear on a high school transcript will not be accepted.

  • Separate official transcripts for all high schools attended for grades nine through 12 must be sent to the Eligibility Center.

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