Brighton Secondary School is pleased to announce that it has been recognised as an Apple Distinguished School for 2015–2016 for its innovative and effective implementation of Apple technology to enhance teaching and learning.
The Apple Distinguished School designation is reserved for programs that meet criteria for innovation, leadership, and educational excellence, and demonstrate Apple’s vision of exemplary learning environments.
Principal Olivia O’Neill stated, “We are very proud of this recognition as it is evidence of the great work of our students and teachers. The selection of Brighton Secondary School as an Apple Distinguished School highlights our success as an innovative and compelling learning environment that engages students and provides tangible evidence of academic accomplishment. Apple technology provides our students and teachers with fantastic opportunities to collaborate, create and develop their critical thinking skills. We look forward to building on this and developing further in the future.”
Please take a look at our application to become an Apple Distinguished School.
Sam Moyle and Jeremy LeCornu named Apple Distinguished Educators
The Apple Distinguished Educator (ADE) Program began in 1994, when Apple recognized K-12 and higher education pioneers who are using a variety of Apple products to transform teaching and learning in powerful ways. Today it has grown into a worldwide community of over 2,000 visionary educators and innovative leaders who are doing amazing things with Apple technology in and out of the classroom. Apple is pleased to welcome Sam Moyle and Jeremy LeCornu to the ADE Class of 2015. Both Sam and Jeremy attended the Apple Distinguished Educator Institute in Singapore in August. This was a fantastic professional learning opportunity and they will now be able to share their experiences and new knowledge with the rest of our staff. Learn more about this group of innovative educators online at