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     Phone: 810-299-4184 | Athletic Director: John Thompson | Athletic Assistant: Dana Casteel

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Athletic Training Department Location and Hours of Operation:

Training Room Hours:
Open at 2:00PM Monday - Friday
(810) 299-4202
Brighton High School Location:
The training room is located at the Field House entrance down the hall from the Athletic Department.

March is National Athletic Training Month
Sports Safety is a Team Effort!
Brighton High School Brighton athletic training is pleased to celebrate the month of March as National Athletic Training Month. We are proud to celebrate former Head & Student Athletic Trainers that have made the program what it is today! If you would like to find out more about athletic training please go to or read the following literature.

Brighton Athletic Training

Brighton High School Athletic Training: Brighton High School has a rich and proud tradition of athletic training. Brighton has had an athletic trainer for 35 years, starting in the fall of 1974 and continuing to today. Today, Brighton has a trainer providing medical coverage for all seasons and all athletic teams. Brighton has also had a proud tradition of having student trainers and that tradition continues today with six student trainers providing help to the athlete population.

Information About Certified Athletic Trainers: Athletic Training is centered on providing health care for the physically active population. Athletic Trainers' are highly educated professionals who specialize in the prevention, evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation of injured athletes.
  • Certified athletic trainers hold a bachelor's or master's degree with a major in athletic training and are focused on injury prevention, assessment, treatment and rehabilitation. ATC's are required to pursue continuing education to retain their certification.

  • ATC's should not be confused with personal trainers, who are focused primarily on physical conditioning and fitness.

  • Certified athletic trainers can be found in sports settings and also in the performing arts, corporations, military, schools, clinics, hospitals, and other health care facilities.
High School Athletics Info..
Boys Sports Teams
Girls Sports Teams Miscellaneous Forms
Student Trainer Forms
Middle School