Brighton College Virtual High School— Accredited Distance Learning Programs
Brighton College Virtual High School offers accredited online programs with a focus on quality and affordability. From the first time you contact us to your graduation day, we are committed to providing you with the best educational experience to ensure your ultimate success.
You can contact our main office anytime—we are here to help! Please call 800-354-1254. You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Let us help you prepare for a successful career!
Institutional Mission Statement
The mission of Brighton College Virtual High School is to offer affordable, employability-focused, distance education programs to all qualified students in a flexible, personalized manner.
The Goals of Brighton College Virtual High School
- To provide quality distance education to students from diverse backgrounds seeking preparation for a career in an employer-driven field
- To offer programs that are affordable and to help students graduate with no or minimal debt
- To deliver curriculum that is current, relevant, and prepares students for success in their chosen field
- To ensure that every student progresses toward their educational goals in a supportive and positive environment
- To provide quality instruction from practicing professionals specializing in their respective area and sharing their expertise and experience to ensure that what students are learning is relevant and current in today’s world
- To assist graduates in realizing their career goals upon completion of their program and throughout their careers by offering job-readiness training services
- To provide students access to a community of partnerships within targeted industries and organizations
- To ensure institutional stability by maintaining highly efficient processes and high standards of student support
The mission and goals of Brighton College Virtual High School are accomplished by successfully achieving the following objectives:
- To provide a positive, supportive distance learning environment through excellent student services that leads to learning new skills and accomplishing educational goals
- To prepare competently skilled graduates for a position in their chosen field through a curriculum that incorporates practical application of the skills learned
- To deliver a curriculum that prepares students to successfully sit for a certification exam when appropriate to the program of study
- To continually review, update, or add new curriculum in order to offer the most current information and meeting industry standards
- To assess its mission and achievement of institutional effectiveness through student academic progress, faculty effectiveness, student satisfaction, affordability, and graduate outcomes
- To increase our strategic alliances with community outreach organizations, workforce, and educational partners
Seven Fundamental Behaviors that Describe our Culture
- Be a problem solver. Solve a problem/fill a need is how we should do business with customers and in assisting other team members.
- Be a fanatic about response time. People expect us to respond to their questions and concerns quickly, and rapid response is one of the easiest and best ways to stand out.
- Set Clear Expectations. So there are no misunderstandings, but clarity at all times.
- Welcome Innovation. Creativity in our products and offerings can be produced and packaged differently to meet customers’ needs.
- Be a great Listener. Understanding expectations and customer needs is the way we want to do business.
- Do your homework. Be prepared for customers, product ideas, referrals, team member support, and the best way to show you’re serious.
- Leverage team members. To get things done, meet deadlines, and fulfill customers’ needs.
Fundamental Behaviors that describe our Student Culture
- Desire to enhance employability skills:
- Change of career
- Advancement in current career
- Ability to manage time commitment
- Adhere to academic commitment of completing an average of 3 lessons each week
- Willingness to proactively communicate
- Take the initiative in openly asking for help from faculty, staff, and success coach