HILLIARD BRADLEY HIGH SCHOOL

Friday, February 9, 2024

   

IN THE NEWS

 

Key Club will be selling Valentine’s Carnations this Thursday and Friday during lunches.

Carnations cost $2.00 and will be delivered on Valentine’s Day with the written note. Buy one for your sweetie or friend!

 

The Bradley Girl’s Golf team is holding a raffle for the TeeTime Golf Pass discount golf coupon book.  5 winners will be drawn; only 35 raffle tickets are being sold (so your odds are good).  The discount coupon book retails for $59.99 and includes 50% off every time you golf with exclusive deals at 233 courses.  Each raffle ticket is selling for $30.00.  It only takes one ticket to win.

https://form.jotform.com/240344439606153

 

Central Ohio courses include the following, but check out their website for all the course details:

  • Airport
  • Champions
  • Cumberland Trail
  • Delaware Golf Club
  • Denison Golf Club
  • Eaglesticks
  • Mentel Memorial
  • Mill Creek
  • National Golf Links
  • Oakhaven
  • Racoon Valley
  • Raymond Memorial
  • Rolling Meadows
  • Split Rock
  • Albans
  • The Links at Echo Springs
  • The Trout Club
  • Turnberry
  • Virtues Golf Club
  • Westchester
  • Wilson Road

https://teetimegolfpass.com/ (2024 Midwest Edition)

 

The book also includes courses in Michigan, Indiana, West Virginia, Kentucky, Myrtle Beach and Maryland.  Contact me if you have questions.  I appreciate your support.  Coach Jayne

 

HBCU Panel

Are you 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 www.bit.ly/HBCUPanel24.

 

Late to school- If you are late to school, you must stop in the Attendance Office to sign in before you head to class.

 

*Reminder* – Riding a bus with a friend:  Transportation is still not allowing extra riders this year on our buses due to capacity.

 

2024 Graduating Seniors

DO YOU HAVE EVERYTHING YOU NEED?  ORDER BELOW ASAP – DEADLINE TO COMPLETE 3/3/24

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 Jostens at 1-800-567-8367.

BUY NOW – CLICK HERE:

 

 

GUIDANCE OFFICE-STUDENT SERVICES

Remember to use the QR code if you need to see your guidance counselor to change schedule.

 

Mosaic Program:

We are looking for 10th & 11th grade students who are: 

*Independent, original thinkers
*Intellectually curious, creative or unique
*Interested in the arts and creative expression
*Motivated by “real life” learning experiences
*Committed to having a voice and making a difference

Imagine spending your junior and senior years learning through hands-on activities, interactions with guest speakers, and explorations of our city. Live your education by enrolling in Mosaic, a half-day humanities program located in downtown Columbus that invites students from all over Franklin County to breathe life into their academic studies. Utilizing inquiry-based methodologies to facilitate college readiness, Mosaic prides itself on celebrating each student by creating a community that supports and encourages every voice in the room. Students will also focus on “real world” skills needed to succeed beyond graduation such as collaborative and leadership skills, as well as internship and Capstone project skills. Mosaic is taught by an English and Social Studies facilitator to create a cross-content learning experience unique in Columbus. Learn more by visiting experiencemosaic.org1 English Credit, 1 Social Studies Credit, and 1 Elective Credit – 3 periods per day

Mosaic Program Video Link:https://youtu.be/8QK9UFj-UEo (Links to an external site.) More information: https://www.escco.org/MosaicHumanities-BasedEducationExperience.aspx (Links to an external site.) 

If you are interested, let Mrs. Buscemi know via Canvas, email (jessica_buscemi@hboe.org) or stop in guidance. There will be an informational meeting on Tuesday, February 20, 2nd period at Bradley.

 

Seniors

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

 

       

CLUB ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Future Medical Dates:

  • Monday Feb 12 -> Physician’s Assistants 
  • Monday Feb 26 -> Nationwide Children’s Physical Therapists

Bradley Faith meets every Monday at 2:45pm in B276. Hope to see you there!

Math Club meets every Thursday after school in Room B152

Interact Club. A Service Club. Thursdays @ 2:40 PM in C285.

February 22

March 7 & 21

April 18

May 9

 

Art club meets on alternating Tuesdays.

Below are our meeting dates for the second half of the school year.

February 13

February 27

March 12

March 26

April 9

April 23

May 7

May 21

 

Key Club – First and Third Mondays after school in Media Center

February 20 (on Tuesday because of President’s Day)

March 4

March 18

April 15 (first Monday is Spring Break)

May 6

 

UNICEF Club – Second and Fourth Tuesdays in C285

February 13

February 27

March 12

March 26

April 9

April 23

May 14

 

ATHLETIC EVENTS

Any student interested in playing Bradley Girls Lacrosse may contact Coach Kramer at 614-499-1580 or email her at Blair_Kramer@hboe.org.

Season starts Tuesday, February 20th @ 5 pm to 7 pm inside the stadium. 

Please make sure every athlete is in Final Forms with Girls Lacrosse checked as a sport of interest, a current physical uploaded, along with all forms signed by both athlete and guardian.  Go Jags!

 

Girl’s Golf Team: Freshman, Sophomore and Junior girls interested in joining the golf team should see Coach West.  All skill levels are welcome (beginner to experienced); all you need is a willingness to learn.  Earn the Student Engagement Seal and fulfill your Physical Education graduation requirement.  Golf teaches self-confidence, improves the ability to work with numbers, and applies problem-solving skills.  Golf promotes grit, and physical and mental endurance; wrapped in a package of fun, new friendships and life-long connections.   The 2024 season begins July 29, 2024, so let me know that you are interested by accessing the survey link:  https://forms.gle/BwV93JWcgo6oK3ga9.

I guarantee you won’t regret your decision.  Email Coach West if you have any questions at Jayne_west-mclinn@hboe.org.

 

Girls’ Track:  There will be a brief meeting on Monday, February 12, at 2:45, in Mr. Nees’ room (SC148), for any girls planning on competing in track this year. The meeting should be about 20-30 minutes. We will be passing out information for the upcoming season.



HILLIARD BRADLEY HIGH SCHOOL

Thursday, February 8, 2024

   

IN THE NEWS

 

Key Club will be selling Valentine’s Carnations this Thursday and Friday during lunches.

Carnations cost $2.00 and will be delivered on Valentine’s Day with the written note. Buy one for your sweetie or friend!

 

The Bradley Girl’s Golf team is holding a raffle for the TeeTime Golf Pass discount golf coupon book.  5 winners will be drawn; only 35 raffle tickets are being sold (so your odds are good).  The discount coupon book retails for $59.99 and includes 50% off every time you golf with exclusive deals at 233 courses.  Each raffle ticket is selling for $30.00.  It only takes one ticket to win.

https://form.jotform.com/240344439606153

 

Central Ohio courses include the following, but check out their website for all the course details:

  • Airport
  • Champions
  • Cumberland Trail
  • Delaware Golf Club
  • Denison Golf Club
  • Eaglesticks
  • Mentel Memorial
  • Mill Creek
  • National Golf Links
  • Oakhaven
  • Racoon Valley
  • Raymond Memorial
  • Rolling Meadows
  • Split Rock
  • Albans
  • The Links at Echo Springs
  • The Trout Club
  • Turnberry
  • Virtues Golf Club
  • Westchester
  • Wilson Road

https://teetimegolfpass.com/ (2024 Midwest Edition)

 

The book also includes courses in Michigan, Indiana, West Virginia, Kentucky, Myrtle Beach and Maryland.  Contact me if you have questions.  I appreciate your support.  Coach Jayne

 

 

 

HBCU Panel

Are you 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 www.bit.ly/HBCUPanel24.

 

Late to school- If you are late to school, you must stop in the Attendance Office to sign in before you head to class.

 

*Reminder* – Riding a bus with a friend:  Transportation is still not allowing extra riders this year on our buses due to capacity.

 

2024 Graduating Seniors

DO YOU HAVE EVERYTHING YOU NEED?  ORDER BELOW ASAP – DEADLINE TO COMPLETE 3/3/24

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 Jostens at 1-800-567-8367.

BUY NOW – CLICK HERE:

 

 

GUIDANCE OFFICE-STUDENT SERVICES

Remember to use the QR code if you need to see your guidance counselor to change schedule.

 

Mosaic Program:

We are looking for 10th & 11th grade students who are: 

*Independent, original thinkers
*Intellectually curious, creative or unique
*Interested in the arts and creative expression
*Motivated by “real life” learning experiences
*Committed to having a voice and making a difference

Imagine spending your junior and senior years learning through hands-on activities, interactions with guest speakers, and explorations of our city. Live your education by enrolling in Mosaic, a half-day humanities program located in downtown Columbus that invites students from all over Franklin County to breathe life into their academic studies. Utilizing inquiry-based methodologies to facilitate college readiness, Mosaic prides itself on celebrating each student by creating a community that supports and encourages every voice in the room. Students will also focus on “real world” skills needed to succeed beyond graduation such as collaborative and leadership skills, as well as internship and Capstone project skills. Mosaic is taught by an English and Social Studies facilitator to create a cross-content learning experience unique in Columbus. Learn more by visiting experiencemosaic.org1 English Credit, 1 Social Studies Credit, and 1 Elective Credit – 3 periods per day

Mosaic Program Video Link:https://youtu.be/8QK9UFj-UEo (Links to an external site.) More information: https://www.escco.org/MosaicHumanities-BasedEducationExperience.aspx (Links to an external site.) 

If you are interested, let Mrs. Buscemi know via Canvas, email (jessica_buscemi@hboe.org) or stop in guidance. There will be an informational meeting on Tuesday, February 20, 2nd period at Bradley.

 

Seniors

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

 

       

CLUB ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Future Medical Dates:

  • Monday Feb 12 -> Physician’s Assistants 
  • Monday Feb 26 -> Nationwide Children’s Physical Therapists

Bradley Faith meets every Monday at 2:45pm in B276. Hope to see you there!

Math Club meets every Thursday after school in Room B152

Interact Club. A Service Club. Thursdays @ 2:40 PM in C285.

February 8 & 22

March 7 & 21

April 18

May 9

 

Art club meets on alternating Tuesdays.

Below are our meeting dates for the second half of the school year.

February 13

February 27

March 12

March 26

April 9

April 23

May 7

May 21

 

Key Club – First and Third Mondays after school in Media Center

February 20 (on Tuesday because of President’s Day)

March 4

March 18

April 15 (first Monday is Spring Break)

May 6

 

UNICEF Club – Second and Fourth Tuesdays in C285

February 13

February 27

March 12

March 26

April 9

April 23

May 14

 

ATHLETIC EVENTS

Any student interested in playing Bradley Girls Lacrosse may contact Coach Kramer at 614-499-1580 or email her at Blair_Kramer@hboe.org.

Season starts Tuesday, February 20th @ 5 pm to 7 pm inside the stadium. 

Please make sure every athlete is in Final Forms with Girls Lacrosse checked as a sport of interest, a current physical uploaded, along with all forms signed by both athlete and guardian.  Go Jags!

 

Girl’s Golf Team: Freshman, Sophomore and Junior girls interested in joining the golf team should see Coach West.  All skill levels are welcome (beginner to experienced); all you need is a willingness to learn.  Earn the Student Engagement Seal and fulfill your Physical Education graduation requirement.  Golf teaches self-confidence, improves the ability to work with numbers, and applies problem-solving skills.  Golf promotes grit, and physical and mental endurance; wrapped in a package of fun, new friendships and life-long connections.   The 2024 season begins July 29, 2024, so let me know that you are interested by accessing the survey link:  https://forms.gle/BwV93JWcgo6oK3ga9.

I guarantee you won’t regret your decision.  Email Coach West if you have any questions at Jayne_west-mclinn@hboe.org.

 

Girls’ Track:  There will be a brief meeting on Monday, February 12, at 2:45, in Mr. Nees’ room (SC148), for any girls planning on competing in track this year. The meeting should be about 20-30 minutes. We will be passing out information for the upcoming season.

 



HILLIARD BRADLEY HIGH SCHOOL

Wednesday, February 7, 2024

   

IN THE NEWS

 

Key Club will be selling Valentine’s Carnations this Thursday and Friday during lunches.

Carnations cost $2.00 and will be delivered on Valentine’s Day with the written note. Buy one for your sweetie or friend!

 

The Bradley Girl’s Golf team is holding a raffle for the TeeTime Golf Pass discount golf coupon book.  5 winners will be drawn; only 35 raffle tickets are being sold (so your odds are good).  The discount coupon book retails for $59.99 and includes 50% off every time you golf with exclusive deals at 233 courses.  Each raffle ticket is selling for $30.00.  It only takes one ticket to win.

https://form.jotform.com/240344439606153

 

Central Ohio courses include the following, but check out their website for all the course details:

  • Airport
  • Champions
  • Cumberland Trail
  • Delaware Golf Club
  • Denison Golf Club
  • Eaglesticks
  • Mentel Memorial
  • Mill Creek
  • National Golf Links
  • Oakhaven
  • Racoon Valley
  • Raymond Memorial
  • Rolling Meadows
  • Split Rock
  • Albans
  • The Links at Echo Springs
  • The Trout Club
  • Turnberry
  • Virtues Golf Club
  • Westchester
  • Wilson Road

https://teetimegolfpass.com/ (2024 Midwest Edition)

 

The book also includes courses in Michigan, Indiana, West Virginia, Kentucky, Myrtle Beach and Maryland.  Contact me if you have questions.  I appreciate your support.  Coach Jayne

 

 

It’s Winter Color Guard season, and our defending state champion Bradley Winter Guard kicked off their season with a 1st place finish at the Mid East Performance Association competition yesterday at Northmont High School. If you see any of these awesome students today, please congratulate them on this spectacular start to their competitive season!

 

Audrey Ahrens

Catherine Dorrian

Aly Galore

Natalie Huot

Emily Jefferson

Bex Lawrence

Tiffany Mam

Sophia Manring

Hailey Phillips

Grace Savage

Laura Togni

Emily Yu

 

HBCU Panel

Are you 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 www.bit.ly/HBCUPanel24.

 

Late to school- If you are late to school, you must stop in the Attendance Office to sign in before you head to class.

 

*Reminder* – Riding a bus with a friend:  Transportation is still not allowing extra riders this year on our buses due to capacity.

 

2024 Graduating Seniors

DO YOU HAVE EVERYTHING YOU NEED?  ORDER BELOW ASAP – DEADLINE TO COMPLETE 3/3/24

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 Jostens at 1-800-567-8367.

BUY NOW – CLICK HERE:

 

 

GUIDANCE OFFICE-STUDENT SERVICES

Remember to use the QR code if you need to see your guidance counselor to change schedule.

 

Mosaic Program:

We are looking for 10th & 11th grade students who are: 

*Independent, original thinkers
*Intellectually curious, creative or unique
*Interested in the arts and creative expression
*Motivated by “real life” learning experiences
*Committed to having a voice and making a difference

Imagine spending your junior and senior years learning through hands-on activities, interactions with guest speakers, and explorations of our city. Live your education by enrolling in Mosaic, a half-day humanities program located in downtown Columbus that invites students from all over Franklin County to breathe life into their academic studies. Utilizing inquiry-based methodologies to facilitate college readiness, Mosaic prides itself on celebrating each student by creating a community that supports and encourages every voice in the room. Students will also focus on “real world” skills needed to succeed beyond graduation such as collaborative and leadership skills, as well as internship and Capstone project skills. Mosaic is taught by an English and Social Studies facilitator to create a cross-content learning experience unique in Columbus. Learn more by visiting experiencemosaic.org1 English Credit, 1 Social Studies Credit, and 1 Elective Credit – 3 periods per day

Mosaic Program Video Link:https://youtu.be/8QK9UFj-UEo (Links to an external site.) More information: https://www.escco.org/MosaicHumanities-BasedEducationExperience.aspx (Links to an external site.) 

If you are interested, let Mrs. Buscemi know via Canvas, email (jessica_buscemi@hboe.org) or stop in guidance. There will be an informational meeting on Tuesday, February 20, 2nd period at Bradley.

 

Seniors

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

 

       

CLUB ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Future Medical Dates:

  • Monday Feb 12 -> Physician’s Assistants 
  • Monday Feb 26 -> Nationwide Children’s Physical Therapists

Bradley Faith meets every Monday at 2:45pm in B276. Hope to see you there!

Math Club meets every Thursday after school in Room B152

Interact Club. A Service Club. Thursdays @ 2:40 PM in C285.

February 8 & 22

March 7 & 21

April 18

May 9

 

Art club meets on alternating Tuesdays.

Below are our meeting dates for the second half of the school year.

February 13

February 27

March 12

March 26

April 9

April 23

May 7

May 21

 

Key Club – First and Third Mondays after school in Media Center

February 20 (on Tuesday because of President’s Day)

March 4

March 18

April 15 (first Monday is Spring Break)

May 6

 

UNICEF Club – Second and Fourth Tuesdays in C285

February 13

February 27

March 12

March 26

April 9

April 23

May 14

 

ATHLETIC EVENTS

Any student interested in playing Bradley Girls Lacrosse may contact Coach Kramer at 614-499-1580 or email her at Blair_Kramer@hboe.org.

Season starts Tuesday, February 20th @ 5 pm to 7 pm inside the stadium. 

Please make sure every athlete is in Final Forms with Girls Lacrosse checked as a sport of interest, a current physical uploaded, along with all forms signed by both athlete and guardian.  Go Jags!

 

Girl’s Golf Team: Freshman, Sophomore and Junior girls interested in joining the golf team should see Coach West.  All skill levels are welcome (beginner to experienced); all you need is a willingness to learn.  Earn the Student Engagement Seal and fulfill your Physical Education graduation requirement.  Golf teaches self-confidence, improves the ability to work with numbers, and applies problem-solving skills.  Golf promotes grit, and physical and mental endurance; wrapped in a package of fun, new friendships and life-long connections.   The 2024 season begins July 29, 2024, so let me know that you are interested by accessing the survey link:  https://forms.gle/BwV93JWcgo6oK3ga9.

I guarantee you won’t regret your decision.  Email Coach West if you have any questions at Jayne_west-mclinn@hboe.org.

 



HILLIARD BRADLEY HIGH SCHOOL

Tuesday, February 6, 2024

   

IN THE NEWS

 

Key Club will be selling Valentine’s Carnations this Thursday and Friday during lunches.

Carnations cost $2.00 and will be delivered on Valentine’s Day with the written note. Buy one for your sweetie or friend!

 

The Bradley Girl’s Golf team is holding a raffle for the TeeTime Golf Pass discount golf coupon book.  5 winners will be drawn; only 35 raffle tickets are being sold (so your odds are good).  The discount coupon book retails for $59.99 and includes 50% off every time you golf with exclusive deals at 233 courses.  Each raffle ticket is selling for $30.00.  It only takes one ticket to win.

https://form.jotform.com/240344439606153

 

Central Ohio courses include the following, but check out their website for all the course details:

  • Airport
  • Champions
  • Cumberland Trail
  • Delaware Golf Club
  • Denison Golf Club
  • Eaglesticks
  • Mentel Memorial
  • Mill Creek
  • National Golf Links
  • Oakhaven
  • Racoon Valley
  • Raymond Memorial
  • Rolling Meadows
  • Split Rock
  • Albans
  • The Links at Echo Springs
  • The Trout Club
  • Turnberry
  • Virtues Golf Club
  • Westchester
  • Wilson Road

https://teetimegolfpass.com/ (2024 Midwest Edition)

 

The book also includes courses in Michigan, Indiana, West Virginia, Kentucky, Myrtle Beach and Maryland.  Contact me if you have questions.  I appreciate your support.  Coach Jayne

 

 

It’s Winter Color Guard season, and our defending state champion Bradley Winter Guard kicked off their season with a 1st place finish at the Mid East Performance Association competition yesterday at Northmont High School. If you see any of these awesome students today, please congratulate them on this spectacular start to their competitive season!

 

Audrey Ahrens

Catherine Dorrian

Aly Galore

Natalie Huot

Emily Jefferson

Bex Lawrence

Tiffany Mam

Sophia Manring

Hailey Phillips

Grace Savage

Laura Togni

Emily Yu

 

HBCU Panel

Are you 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 www.bit.ly/HBCUPanel24.

 

Late to school- If you are late to school, you must stop in the Attendance Office to sign in before you head to class.

 

*Reminder* – Riding a bus with a friend:  Transportation is still not allowing extra riders this year on our buses due to capacity.

 

2024 Graduating Seniors

DO YOU HAVE EVERYTHING YOU NEED?  ORDER BELOW ASAP – DEADLINE TO COMPLETE 3/3/24

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 Jostens at 1-800-567-8367.

BUY NOW – CLICK HERE:

 

 

GUIDANCE OFFICE-STUDENT SERVICES

Remember to use the QR code if you need to see your guidance counselor to change schedule.

 

Mosaic Program:

We are looking for 10th & 11th grade students who are: 

*Independent, original thinkers
*Intellectually curious, creative or unique
*Interested in the arts and creative expression
*Motivated by “real life” learning experiences
*Committed to having a voice and making a difference

Imagine spending your junior and senior years learning through hands-on activities, interactions with guest speakers, and explorations of our city. Live your education by enrolling in Mosaic, a half-day humanities program located in downtown Columbus that invites students from all over Franklin County to breathe life into their academic studies. Utilizing inquiry-based methodologies to facilitate college readiness, Mosaic prides itself on celebrating each student by creating a community that supports and encourages every voice in the room. Students will also focus on “real world” skills needed to succeed beyond graduation such as collaborative and leadership skills, as well as internship and Capstone project skills. Mosaic is taught by an English and Social Studies facilitator to create a cross-content learning experience unique in Columbus. Learn more by visiting experiencemosaic.org1 English Credit, 1 Social Studies Credit, and 1 Elective Credit – 3 periods per day

Mosaic Program Video Link:https://youtu.be/8QK9UFj-UEo (Links to an external site.) More information: https://www.escco.org/MosaicHumanities-BasedEducationExperience.aspx (Links to an external site.) 

If you are interested, let Mrs. Buscemi know via Canvas, email (jessica_buscemi@hboe.org) or stop in guidance. There will be an informational meeting on Tuesday, February 20, 2nd period at Bradley.

 

Seniors

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

 

       

CLUB ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Future Medical Dates:

  • Monday Feb 12 -> Physician’s Assistants 
  • Monday Feb 26 -> Nationwide Children’s Physical Therapists

Bradley Faith meets every Monday at 2:45pm in B276. Hope to see you there!

Math Club meets every Thursday after school in Room B152

Interact Club. A Service Club. Thursdays @ 2:40 PM in C285.

February 8 & 22

March 7 & 21

April 18

May 9

 

Art club meets on alternating Tuesdays.

Below are our meeting dates for the second half of the school year.

February 13

February 27

March 12

March 26

April 9

April 23

May 7

May 21

 

Key Club – First and Third Mondays after school in Media Center

February 20 (on Tuesday because of President’s Day)

March 4

March 18

April 15 (first Monday is Spring Break)

May 6

 

UNICEF Club – Second and Fourth Tuesdays in C285

February 13

February 27

March 12

March 26

April 9

April 23

May 14

 

ATHLETIC EVENTS

Any student interested in playing Bradley Girls Lacrosse may contact Coach Kramer at 614-499-1580 or email her at Blair_Kramer@hboe.org.

Season starts Tuesday, February 20th @ 5 pm to 7 pm inside the stadium. 

Please make sure every athlete is in Final Forms with Girls Lacrosse checked as a sport of interest, a current physical uploaded, along with all forms signed by both athlete and guardian.  Go Jags!

 

Girl’s Golf Team: Freshman, Sophomore and Junior girls interested in joining the golf team should see Coach West.  All skill levels are welcome (beginner to experienced); all you need is a willingness to learn.  Earn the Student Engagement Seal and fulfill your Physical Education graduation requirement.  Golf teaches self-confidence, improves the ability to work with numbers, and applies problem-solving skills.  Golf promotes grit, and physical and mental endurance; wrapped in a package of fun, new friendships and life-long connections.   The 2024 season begins July 29, 2024, so let me know that you are interested by accessing the survey link:  https://forms.gle/BwV93JWcgo6oK3ga9.

I guarantee you won’t regret your decision.  Email Coach West if you have any questions at Jayne_west-mclinn@hboe.org.

 

No Athletic events today.



HILLIARD BRADLEY HIGH SCHOOL

Monday, February 5, 2024

   

IN THE NEWS

 

It’s Winter Color Guard season, and our defending state champion Bradley Winter Guard kicked off their season with a 1st place finish at the Mid East Performance Association competition yesterday at Northmont High School. If you see any of these awesome students today, please congratulate them on this spectacular start to their competitive season!

 

Audrey Ahrens

Catherine Dorrian

Aly Galore

Natalie Huot

Emily Jefferson

Bex Lawrence

Tiffany Mam

Sophia Manring

Hailey Phillips

Grace Savage

Laura Togni

Emily Yu

 

HBCU Panel

Are you 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 www.bit.ly/HBCUPanel24.

 

Late to school- If you are late to school, you must stop in the Attendance Office to sign in before you head to class.

 

*Reminder* – Riding a bus with a friend:  Transportation is still not allowing extra riders this year on our buses due to capacity.

 

2024 Graduating Seniors

DO YOU HAVE EVERYTHING YOU NEED?  ORDER BELOW ASAP – DEADLINE TO COMPLETE 3/3/24

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 Jostens at 1-800-567-8367.

BUY NOW – CLICK HERE:

 

 

GUIDANCE OFFICE-STUDENT SERVICES

Remember to use the QR code if you need to see your guidance counselor to change schedule.

 

Mosaic Program:

We are looking for 10th & 11th grade students who are: 

*Independent, original thinkers
*Intellectually curious, creative or unique
*Interested in the arts and creative expression
*Motivated by “real life” learning experiences
*Committed to having a voice and making a difference

Imagine spending your junior and senior years learning through hands-on activities, interactions with guest speakers, and explorations of our city. Live your education by enrolling in Mosaic, a half-day humanities program located in downtown Columbus that invites students from all over Franklin County to breathe life into their academic studies. Utilizing inquiry-based methodologies to facilitate college readiness, Mosaic prides itself on celebrating each student by creating a community that supports and encourages every voice in the room. Students will also focus on “real world” skills needed to succeed beyond graduation such as collaborative and leadership skills, as well as internship and Capstone project skills. Mosaic is taught by an English and Social Studies facilitator to create a cross-content learning experience unique in Columbus. Learn more by visiting experiencemosaic.org1 English Credit, 1 Social Studies Credit, and 1 Elective Credit – 3 periods per day

Mosaic Program Video Link:https://youtu.be/8QK9UFj-UEo (Links to an external site.) More information: https://www.escco.org/MosaicHumanities-BasedEducationExperience.aspx (Links to an external site.) 

If you are interested, let Mrs. Buscemi know via Canvas, email (jessica_buscemi@hboe.org) or stop in guidance. There will be an informational meeting on Tuesday, February 20, 2nd period at Bradley.

 

Seniors

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

 

       

CLUB ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Future Medical Dates:

  • Monday Feb 12 -> Physician’s Assistants 
  • Monday Feb 26 -> Nationwide Children’s Physical Therapists

Bradley Faith meets every Monday at 2:45pm in B276. Hope to see you there!

Math Club meets every Thursday after school in Room B152

Interact Club. A Service Club. Thursdays @ 2:40 PM in C285.

February 8 & 22

March 7 & 21

April 18

May 9

 

Art club meets on alternating Tuesdays.

Below are our meeting dates for the second half of the school year.

February 13

February 27

March 12

March 26

April 9

April 23

May 7

May 21

 

Key Club – First and Third Mondays after school in Media Center

February 5

February 20 (on Tuesday because of President’s Day)

March 4

March 18

April 15 (first Monday is Spring Break)

May 6

 

UNICEF Club – Second and Fourth Tuesdays in C285

February 13

February 27

March 12

March 26

April 9

April 23

May 14

 

ATHLETIC EVENTS

Any student interested in playing Bradley Girls Lacrosse may contact Coach Kramer at 614-499-1580 or email her at Blair_Kramer@hboe.org.

Season starts Tuesday, February 20th @ 5 pm to 7 pm inside the stadium. 

Please make sure every athlete is in Final Forms with Girls Lacrosse checked as a sport of interest, a current physical uploaded, along with all forms signed by both athlete and guardian.  Go Jags!

 

Girl’s Golf Team: Freshman, Sophomore and Junior girls interested in joining the golf team should see Coach West.  All skill levels are welcome (beginner to experienced); all you need is a willingness to learn.  Earn the Student Engagement Seal and fulfill your Physical Education graduation requirement.  Golf teaches self-confidence, improves the ability to work with numbers, and applies problem-solving skills.  Golf promotes grit, and physical and mental endurance; wrapped in a package of fun, new friendships and life-long connections.   The 2024 season begins July 29, 2024, so let me know that you are interested by accessing the survey link:  https://forms.gle/BwV93JWcgo6oK3ga9.

I guarantee you won’t regret your decision.  Email Coach West if you have any questions at Jayne_west-mclinn@hboe.org.



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