Bradley eNews – November 21, 2023

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Good Afternoon Jag Families,

This was another great week at Bradley High School. It was great seeing everyone at the fall band concert last night.

Next Tuesday, November 21st, our sophomore students will be visiting the Tolles Career and Technical Center from 12:30 pm-2:00 pm. During their visit, our sophomore students will have the opportunity to explore the many career pathways that Tolles has to offer.

Hilliard Idol Finals will take place this Saturday, November 18th at 7 pm in the Bradley Performing Arts Center. Tickets can be purchased on Local Level Events (HERE) or by going to This year’s finalists represent ten different schools including Gracyn Starrett (Bradley), Micah Gallebo (Bradley), Kimberly Muniz (Davidson), Annabelle Brock (Bradley), Addison Creeger-Tom (Bradley), Hailey Brainard (Davidson), Fabian Cruz Ramirez (Bradley), MaKenna Sandy (Bradley), Jared Morisue – Lesser (Bradley), Alexis Chamberlain (Darby).

Tonight at 7:00 pm, the Jaguars will be taking on Upper Arlington High School at Historic Crew Stadium in the regional finals of the high school football playoffs. We look forward to seeing those of you who can make it.

Finally, just a reminder that the school will be closed from November 22-24 for Thanksgiving Break. I hope everyone has a great few days with friends and family.

Go Jags!!!

Military Scholarship Raffle

The Hilliard Purple Star is holding a raffle to win authentic theater-style seats from The Ohio State Stadium. (These seats were removed from the Suite Level, summer of 2022). Drawing will be held on January 26th, at the Bradley vs Davidson basketball game.  All proceeds will fund annual scholarships for students of active military and veteran families at each of the Purple Star Hilliard High School. Purple Star Raffle Flyer.

Ski and Board Club  – Only 15 spots left….DON”T MISS OUT!!

Click on the link to sign up for Hilliard Bradley’s Ski and Board Club Ski and Board Club Information

Contact or with questions.

helpful links and resources

Absence Reporting

To report an absence, early release, leave and return or late arrival for your student, please 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 to HomeAccessCenter and click on the Attendance tab.

Dental Care Information

Great news! Our school has partnered with Smile Programs…the mobile dentists to offer in-school dental care on Tuesday, January 9th, 2024. The mobile dentists will be set up at Memorial Middle School. Bradley students who sign up will be walked to and from Memorial by a Hilliard City Schools staff member at their appointment time.

Sign up your child today at Patient Application for In-School Dental Care (

Even better, dental care is usually at no cost to you. All insurance is accepted including
Medicaid and CHIP. For those without insurance, a low-cost self-pay option is available.

Convenient and comfortable

Our in-school dental program saves you time and provides a safe and comfortable
place for your child to receive gentle dental care from licensed local professionals.
Dental care includes a complete dental exam, x-rays, cleaning, fluoride and sealants
when necessary, and in some cases, restorative care such as fillings.

Dental care for a healthy life

Children who see a dentist regularly may have fewer health issues like:

  • Early tooth loss caused by dental decay
  • Gum disease
  • Heart disease
  • Impaired speech development

Help keep your child healthy, in school and learning.

Simply go to Patient Application for In-School Dental Care ( or complete a paper form.  Forms will be delivered to students before November 22.

Please return any paper forms to the building nurse by: December 6, 2023.

Contact (Bradley and Memorial nurse) with any questions!

2024 Yearbook

Follow this link to order your 2024 Bradley High School Yearbook

Senior Parents, you can also use this link to purchase a Senior Shout Out Ad (Yearbook Recognition Ad) for your senior.

Instructions to submit senior portraits can be found here. 2024 Senior Portrait Submission Link.

Senior Graduation Cap and Gown

Click on this link to order and purchase your senior’s graduation cap and gown.HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION CAP & GOWN | Jostens

Student Services Information

College Credit Plus meeting – November 27 at 6:30pm at Darby High School

This meeting is for all students and parents who are interested in participating in College Credit Plus next year.

9th Grade College Planning – December 5 at 6:30pm at Bradley High School
This meeting is for all 9th grade students and their families to better understand what colleges are looking for.

18 Year Old Men!

It is federal law that all 18-year-old men register with the Selective Service.  This number will be needed when filling out FAFSA and attending college.  Below is a link that will take you to the website for more information and for your student to register.

In order for athletes to participate, all of the following must take place.

**Physicals must be updated prior to participation.  Upload two forms from the physical — Physical Exam Form and Medical Eligibility Form — to the parent’s Final Forms account (paper physicals will not be accepted).

**Both athlete and a parent/guardian must sign all forms in Final Forms.

**Participation Fees may be paid beginning November 1 and must be paid prior to the first competition through your MyPaymentsPlus account.  All athletes, including free lunch, must complete the payment process through MyPaymentsPlus.  Free lunch must check out through MyPaymentsPlus by paying $0 payment.  Fees must be paid prior to the first competition.


Performing Arts tag for Bradley eNews


Thursday November 30 – Saturday December 2.  Info and tickets here.

Why you should see The Mousetrap:

  • It is a classic murder mystery play that has been thrilling audiences for over 70 years.
  • The play is full of suspense and intrigue, and you will be guessing the identity of the killer until the very end.
  • The play is also very funny and witty, and you will enjoy the witty dialogue and characters.
  • The Mousetrap is a must-see for any fan of murder mystery plays or theatre in general.

Get your tickets today and experience the thrill of The Mousetrap!  Get your tickets here.

important dates

November 18 – Hilliard Idol Finals

November 21 – Sophomore Tolles Career & Tech Center Visit

November 22 – 24 – No School – Thanksgiving Break

December 20 – January 2 – No School – Winter Break

January 3 – Students return

district news

Master Facilities Plan Survey

Hopefully, you saw the email with details about the Master Facilities Plan survey.  Parent and community input is vital as the district plans for the next several decades.  Remember, the scenarios presented are just examples of the possible options; none are guaranteed.  This survey is to find out what concepts our community wants the district to focus on as planning continues.  You can find the video, options, and survey by clicking here for our web page.  The survey is available in English, Spanish, and Arabic.  It closes on Sunday night.

Hack-a-thon at The Hub

High School:I/O is a one-day hackathon for high schoolers hosted by OHI/O, Ohio State University’s hackathon program. This event on November 18 aims to provide high school students with an opportunity to learn about computer science in a fun, engaging, and inclusive environment. It is a wonderful resume builder. No programming or coding experience is required but could be beneficial. All high school students are welcome to participate.


The 40th Annual Hollyfest Arts & Crafts Show will take place at Hilliard Davidson HS on Saturday, December 2, from 9-3. A portion of this event goes to the scholarships that are awarded to graduates from all three high schools totaling $31,000 annually.  If you want to volunteer sometime, click here to sign up.  Volunteers get in free to the event.

Keep Hilliard Beautiful

You are invited to participate in a litter clean-up this Saturday from 10 am to noon with Keep Hilliard Beautiful.  The meeting point will be at Tinapple Plaza on Hilliard Rome Road.  This is a good opportunity for students looking for service hours.  This program is not sponsored by the Hilliard Schools.

Festa’s Holiday Good Tidings Store

FESTA will again offer the Good Tidings Christmas Store to HCSD families. The Good Tidings Christmas Store allows families to purchase a variety of new items for their children at very affordable prices in a respect-filled manner.  This year’s store dates are Monday, December 4 – Thursday, December 7.

Shoppers must register online; just click this link:

They are also collecting new toys and gift donations for the store. Click this link for the Good Tidings Amazon wish list:

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