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Mission and Vision

M.A.D.E for Social Justice Mission and Vision Our M.A.D.E for Social Justice Pathway provides students with opportunities to enroll in media, arts, design, and entrepreneurship classes each year at Brighton High. These industry aligned classes integrate with the other academic classes. Students will persevere through challenging and authentic real-world learning units that require them to utilize the knowledge and skills they acquire in various classes to produce complex projects.

Students of the M.A.D.E for Social Justice Pathway will collaborate, create, and communicate their unique perspectives, while respecting and understanding others, through Media, Arts, Design and Entrepreneurship to influence change within the local and global community. This will enable students to own their education to instill a sense of hope and purpose. We will foster creative exploration in order to empower students as change agents.

Brighton High School’s M.A.D.E for Social Justice pathway prepares students for college, career, and life readiness by collaborating with our community partners in the media, arts, design, and entrepreneurship industry. Through rigorous coursework design, teachers will bring awareness to contemporary issues. This will enable students to take ownership of their education in order for them to feel a sense of purpose and create a pathway from themselves.

Measurable Student Learning Outcomes. The measurable student learning outcomes drive curriculum and instruction at Brighton High School. All project-based learning units are aligned to the measurable student learning outcomes. These learning outcomes represent the skills all Brighton High students will develop and master throughout their Brighton High career.


1. Analyze a real-world problem and use multiple means of expression to design and defend innovative solutions.

2. Express ideas clearly and persuasively orally and in writing.

3. Write effectively across content areas for a variety of purposes and audiences.

4. Read, analyze, and evaluate written and non-written texts across content areas.


1. Practice growth mindset by reflecting on critical feedback to improve in growth areas without fear of failure.

2. Demonstrate ownership of work through attention to detail, ongoing revision, and appropriate presentation suitable for various audiences.

3. Cooperate to accomplish a common goal by valuing all contributions and assuming shared responsibility for collaborative work.