High School
Briggs HS School Mission

The Briggs High School community will provide the opportunity for all students to reach their potential as well adjusted, productive members of a global society. We commit to facilitating the development of each student as a whole person, including his/her academic, emotional, physical, social and character strengths in order to create strong sense of community.


SMART GOAL 1 – IMPROVE matriculation

By usage of Formative Instructional Practices (FIP) which include:

  • Share the learning targets with learners and consider the best entry point of learning.

  • Ensure that learners understand the learning targets—this includes sharing and using models of strong and weak work.

  • Use the methods of assessment as teaching tools with learners.

  • Collect evidence that is an accurate reflection of learning—this starts with making sure that the assessment methods being used are a “good/strong match” for the learning targets being assessed.

  • Analyze evidence of learning—this could include analysis of data charts, student artifacts, anecdotal records, etc.

  • Provide learners effective feedback—success and/or intervention feedback.

  • Provide focused re-teaching or enrichment as needed— this includes providing opportunities for further practice before assessing again.

  • Teach learners to set specific, challenging goals for themselves, and plan for how the goals will be met.

  • Teach learners to track, reflect on, and share their learning with others

  • Teach learners to analyze their own work (self-assessment) and the work of their peers (peer assessment/feedback). This includes teaching learners how to use tools like rubrics and examples of strong and weak work.


All Briggs teachers will be intentional in their literacy focus by:
  • Requiring proper usage/ demonstration of content vocabulary across all content areas

  • Incorporate writing (at the minimum) through answering extended response questions and writing in complete sentences

  • Create lessons and assessments that require students to validate what they’ve learned through explanations/ demonstrations/dialogue

  • Integrate the frequent use reading informational text in their content area and creating questions that support the assessment of reading comprehension.

  • Use the literacy rubric that includes a-d to assist in the guidance of preparing assessment that have a literacy focused for instruction.  

  • Increase math computation skills 

  • Utilize ALEKS as an instructional tool for students to increase their computation skills

  • Analyzing data from MAP in both reading and math to help support the students in the classroom.  



Creating Positive Behavior Interventions & Supports (PBIS) at Briggs HS by:

  • Increasing the visibility and engagement of  staff members in the hallways  during class exchange

  • Increasing the engagement of staff on duty in the commons area during breakfast and lunch by monitoring and encouraging students  to make appropriate choices

  • Targeting/ addressing specific behaviors - tardiness, bullying and keeping our school environment clean 


Briggs HS offers the traditional CCS career and college preparatory curriculum.

Briggs HS Advanced Placement Courses offered:

AP Language 11, AP literature 12, AP Calculus, AP Government and Policies, AP Chemistry

Briggs HS Special Elective Course Offerings:

 Personal Finance, Advanced Physcial Education, Show Choir, CODE
Scholarship Award List

DeVry University University of Toledo Otterbein College Capital University Heidelberg Wittenberg Bradford School Muskingum College Bowling Green State University Wilmington College Columbus College of Art and Design University of Charleston Grace College (Indiana) Mt. Carmel School of Nursing Ohio Dominican University Shawnee State University
Principal - Dr. Tonya Milligan
(614) 365-5915  |   2555 Briggs Rd , OH 43223  Columbus, OH 43223
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