Bradley eNews – February 2

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Good Afternoon Jaguar Parents,

It was another great week at Bradley High School. I would like to begin by thanking Nancy Ysseldyke for her hard work putting together the Bradley High School Military Appreciation Night. The night was a success, and we look forward to more events like this as we continue to work to recognize our military families in Hilliard.

I would like to thank all of our families and staff who had an opportunity to attendHilliard Bradley Theater’s presentation of Arsenic and Old Lace last weekend. We are so proud of our talented students!

We will hold virtual and in-person parent-teacher conferences on Wednesday, February 14 from 2:45 pm to 7:00 pm. The signup window is open. Please click the following link for signups. Please do not hesitate to contact me or your student’s teacher with immediate questions or concerns.

Congratulations to the Bradley Ethics Bowl team comprised of seniors Reem Kadimi Skalli, Noha Abu, Lindsey Cruz-Garcia, Sammi Lewis, and junior Noelle Demianenko, for their excellent performance at the Ohio High School Regional Ethics Bowl Contest, held at the University of Findlay on Saturday, January 27th.  Bradley won or tied all three of their preliminary rounds, and they defeated Hilliard Darby in the final round to advance to the Divisional Playoff against the Cincinnati High School Ethics Bowl Regional winner on Wednesday, February 7th. The winner of that competition will advance to the National competition at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in April! Excellent work ladies and good luck in the next round!

Finally, at Hilliard City Schools, our core mission is to prepare students to be Ready for Tomorrow.  We believe every student possesses the ability to achieve this mission.  Whether your child dreams of becoming a scientist, an artist, a teacher or joining the military, consistent attendance sets the stage for their success to become resilient learners.  Regular attendance is the cornerstone of how to make this happen for every student, without exception.

Have a Great Weekend and Go Jags!


If you still need to order your cap & gown, custom photo party cards, graduation keepsake items, or a senior graduation ring please click below to place your order with Jostens.

Reminder, if you are a career center student, please make sure to order under your home high school NOT the career center.

If you have graduation ordering questions, please call 1-800-567-8367 (Jostens) for answers.


HBCU Panel

If your student is interested in learning more about Historically Black Colleges & Universities, the HBCU Panel will be visiting Bradley on Tuesday, February 13 from 9:30am – 11:30am.  Students will need to sign up here

Mosaic Program

We are looking for current 10th & 11th grade students interested in Mosaic. ( ) There will be an informational session on Tuesday, February 20, 2nd period for all students who are interested in learning more. Please reach out to School Counselor Jessica Buscemi with any questions!

Mosaic Program Video Link:

SAT Boot-Camp: Monday, February 5 2024, at Bradley High School

We will be offering an SAT Boot-Camp for any junior who would like to attend.  The boot-camp will take place in the Bradley HS PAC on Monday, February 5th, 2024, from 7:30am – 12:00pm.  There is NO FEE and the boot-camp will take place using an app on the iPad. This is an excellent opportunity to learn valuable test-taking strategies in preparation for the SAT in March!

If you would like your Junior to attend this boot-camp, they must agree to the following:

1. They must be present for the ENTIRE session from 7:30am – 12:00pm.
2. They must bring a fully charged iPad with them to the session.
3. They must engage in the work, and give their full attention to the presenter.

ALL JUNIORS SHOULD FILL OUT THE GOOGLE FORM ON CANVAS SO WE CAN MAKE PLANS FOR THE BOOT-CAMP.  All attending students will be excused from their missed classes.

Please have your student see school counselor, Mr. Woodford (College Counselor), or their administrator with any questions.

Coffee Cart Donations

On February 14th, Bradley PTO will be providing the staff with a coffee cart. We are looking for donations from families to treat the Bradley Staff that morning.  We are asking families to sign up by Friday, February 9th and have donations to the school by Monday, February 12th.  Donations can be dropped off in the Main Office.  Thank you for your help.  PTO has heard that the Coffee Cart is one of the staff’s favorite things that we do for them! Please click on this link Bradley High School Parents: February Coffee Cart ( to sign up.  Thank you for your donation!


helpful links and resources

Absence Reporting

To report an absence, early release, leave and return or late arrival for your student, use one of the following convenient methods:

Use the free School Messenger App – Get the app from the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store.

Or visit the website

Or call 1 (844) 413-8801 and follow the prompts.

If it is after 12:00 pm, and you need to report an absence or an early dismissal for your student, please email or call 614-921-7440 to leave a message.

For more information, please visit

To access/view your student’s attendance record, login toHomeAccessCenter and click on the Attendance tab.

College Fair

  • Where:  Ohio Expo Center – Kasich Hall
  • When:  February 3 from 1-4pm
  • Register:

Students should register before attending.  Over 200 colleges will be in attendance.  Everyone is welcome!

College Visits

Feb 5 – Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – 10:30am

Feb 27 – University of Toledo – 10:30am

Local Scholarships – Seniors

Reminder to check out the Scholarship section in Schoolinks Local Scholarships are being added frequently.

Mental Health Crisis Helplines

If you or your child need immediate help due to having suicidal thoughts, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 988 or text the Crisis Text Line by texting “START” to 741-741.  If there is an immediate safety concern, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.

Message from the Innovation Campus:

Hello, families!  As we begin the scheduling season, we would like to share with you some information about the Innovation Campus. We are excited to offer classes that complement the wonderful things going on at the home buildings and look forward to helping your student schedule for next year. Please take a moment to check out this link to view videos about our specific course offerings. We look forward to seeing you at the Innovation Campus during the 2024/2025 school year!

Message from the Online Academy: 

Parents of Current 8-11th Graders: If you are considering the Online Academy for the 2024/2025 school year, please go to the Online Academy website to learn about our courses and the options for the year ahead. The Online Academy offers students three options: Full-Time, Half-Time, and A La Carte (1-2 online classes).

Whether selecting the Online Academy for a Full-Time, Half-Time, or A La Carte experience, we want to ensure you have the information you need to make this year-long commitment as the scheduling windows are about to open for next year. All students taking online classes will need to complete the Online Academy Intent and Course Selection form during their scheduling window.  This form will be available on the Online Academy website January 25 – February 23.

Performing Arts tag for Bradley eNews


One show only, Friday February 9 at 7 pm (doors open at 6:40 pm)

Hilliard Bradley High School, Performing Arts Center

Admission is FREE (we will be accepting donations at the door)

This year, Bradley Theater’s annual student one act (written, directed, and run by our theater students) was based on a script writing contest.  The winner was “Quickshot’s Alibi” by Madison Sheard.  It is being directed by Julian Perez.

“It’s the heart of the Goldrush era, and Canyon Springs has been overrun by a group of outlaws who call themselves “The Blackheart Mafia.” Naturally, the townsfolk turn to local hero, Quickshot, to put an end to the mafia’s tyrannical rule. Yet, unfortunate timing would see her retire just before their arrival, and she’s not looking to get back into crime fighting. In a shocking turn of events, an all too eager member of The Blackheart Mafia inspires Quickshot to put her personal grievances aside, and fight for the greater good to save Canyon Springs. Unbeknownst to Quickshot, the one who took her out of the business is the one to drag her right back in.”
Description from Troupe 7415’s Instagram page, @bradley_theater.

Come support our talented students!  

important dates

February 13 – HBCU Panel

February 14 – Parent / Teacher Conferences

February 16 – No School

February 19 – No School – Presidents’ Day

February 22 – Winter A Cappella Concert 7pm

February 28 – Orchestra Winter Concert 7pm

March 6 – Winter Choir Concert 7pm

March 7 – Winter Band Concert 7pm

March 19 – No School – Professional Learning Day

March 29 – April 5 – No School Spring Break


Kindergarten Readiness Information Session for Parents

Have questions about what your child should know or be able to do before entering kindergarten? Find out at this presentation with Hilliard City Schools kindergarten teachers on Tuesday, February 6, from 7:00-8:00, at the Columbus Metropolitan Library, Hilliard Branch located at 4500 Hickory Chase Way.

College Scholarship Deadlines Approach

Seniors, scholarship applications are now in Schoolinks.  Make sure to fully read Descriptions, Directions and Deadlines!  Click here for the steps to take on Schoolinks to find scholarships.

Hilliard Education Foundation – Denim and Diamonds Tickets

Tickets are now on sale for the Hilliard Education Foundation annual Denim and Diamonds event on Friday, March 8, from 7-11 pm at the Heritage Golf Club. Regular tickets include hors d’oeuvres, entertainment, DJ and dancing.  New for 2024 is the Bourbon and Bubbles Experience!  This limited-availability ticket allows guests one-hour early entry to Denim & Diamonds, five tastings of either bourbon or champagne and one exclusive appetizer.

Purchase Tickets HERE

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