Bradley eNews – January 27, 2023

Good Afternoon Jaguar Parents,

Please join us tonight for our Military Recognition Night, during the varsity boys’ basketball game against Cross District Rivalry Hilliard Davidson HS. Both schools will be uniting to celebrate our Military Recognition Night during the varsity game.

Next weekend, the Hilliard Bradley Theater presents The Play That Goes Wrong; the show will run from February 3rd through February 5th. Performances on Friday and Saturday are at 7pm, and Sunday’s performance is at 2pm. Tickets can be purchased through Local Level. The link is on our website

As we get closer to the scheduling window for the 2023-2024 school year, please make sure to view our course of studies located on the Hilliard Bradley homepage under the school counselor tab.

Finally, we will hold virtual and in person parent teacher conferences on February 15th from 2:45pm -7:00pm. The signup window will open next Wednesday at noon. Please click the following link for signups. Please do not hesitate to contact me or your students’ teacher if you have immediate questions or concerns.

Have a Great Weekend and Go Jags!

Parents of Seniors:

Please have your senior complete the Intent to Participate form for Graduation. Intent to Participate (Schottenstein Center Ceremony)

Also, please don’t forget to order your cap and gown. 


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Military Appreciation Night- Basketball Game – Friday, January 27, 2023

Join us tonight for a Cross District Rivalry Basketball Game vs Hilliard Davidson HS. Both schools will be uniting to celebrate our Military Recognition Night during the varsity game.

Invite as many Bradley and Davidson supporters to recognize Students, Parents, Grandparents, Neighbors and Friends of both schools who are currently serving, have served or will serve, as well as support our efforts in pursuing a Purple Star School designation.  ALL military branches will be recognized this evening.

We will be offering the Chuck a Duck 50/50 Raffle that evening with funds to be donated to a Military Cause, and hope that our Hilliard Community will come out to support this fundraising opportunity.

Hello Bradley Families.

We are in need of a Spirit Night Coordinator.  This person would be vital in helping PTO continue to raise the funds needed to support the Bradley High School community.  The responsibilities would include calling local restaurants and setting up dates for Spirit Nights.  You then would need to communicate the information to the PTO.  This could be at the PTO meetings or over email.

Please email if you would be able to help!

Thank you for considering and for your continued support!

Hilliard Bradley PTO


Tickets: Local Level Events

Adults:    $10.00

Students/Seniors:    $7.00

February 3rd – 7pm

February 4th – 7pm

February 5th – 2pm

From Mischief, Broadway masters of comedy, comes the smash hit farce. Welcome to opening night of the Cornley University Drama Society’s newest production, The Murder at Haversham Manor, where things are quickly going from bad to utterly disastrous. This 1920s whodunit has everything you never wanted in a show—an unconscious leading lady, a corpse that can’t play dead, and actors who trip over everything (including their lines). Nevertheless, the accident-prone thespians battle against all odds to make it through to their final curtain call, with hilarious consequences! Part Monty Python, part Sherlock Holmes, this Olivier Award–winning comedy is a global phenomenon that’s guaranteed to leave you aching with laughter!

Bradley High School is in the process of applying for our Purple Star School designation from the Ohio Department of Education. The Purple Star Award recognizes schools that show a major commitment to students and families connected to our nation’s military. Schools that earn the award will receive a special Purple Star recognition to display on site to signify our continued commitment to recognition, fund raising and student support services for those families and students who serve or have served our country.

It is IMPORTANT that we capture you or your student’s (both past and present) military branch for future events and recognition.  As a part of these efforts, we have created a Military Resources webpage, a space for our military families to find resources. We invite you to visit the webpage and take a look around. Please fill out the form at the top of the page if you have any military experience you’d like us to recognize.

important dates

February 3 – 5 – Bradley Theater Presents – The Play Goes Wrong

February 13 – Board of Education Meeting, 6:30 pm at Avery Elementary

February 15 – Parent Teacher Conferences

February 17 – No School

February 20 – No School

March 31 – April 7 – No School

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Heritage Student First in Columbus Oratorical Competition 

Congratulations to 7th-grader Lauren Sutch for placing first in the City of Columbus Oratorical Competition in December.  She was invited to be a speaker at the City MLK Breakfast at the Convention Center earlier this month. She will also be representing the city at the state competition in April and, if successful, continuing to the national competition in DC this summer.   We wish her all the best moving forward.

 Guest Blog – Celebrating the New Year

Board of Education member Brian Perry authored a Guest Blog on our web page this week to take time to reflect on and for celebrate great things to come.  You can read his blog by clicking here.

Report Cards for Students in Grades 6-12 Now Available


Report cards for students in grades 6-12 for the second marking period were finalized and posted in Home Access on Tuesday, January 10th.  If you haven’t already done so, please login to Home Access to review your child’s report card.  Click here for: Home Access Center.


 High school students sought for City Rec and Parks Commission 

Hilliard City Council is accepting applications for up to three Hilliard high school students to serve on the Recreation and Parks Advisory Committee, which provides recommendations and advice on a variety of topics.

Generally, topics the committee has been reviewing have included development of existing parkland; recreational facilities; trails and bikeways; health, wellness, and recreational programming and policy; and updates to strategic plans. Major topics under review include the future Wellness and Recreation Center and its associated athletic fields and other park amenities.

In addition to representatives of Hilliard City Council and Hilliard City School District, the committee includes residents and up to three students from Hilliard’s three high schools.   To apply for one of these vacant high school student positions on the Recreation and Parks Committee, send a letter of interest and a resume by March 1, 2023, to Diane Werbrich at

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