HILLIARD BRADLEY HIGH SCHOOL
Wednesday, September 27, 2023
Have a great Homecoming week!
IN THE NEWS
Student Parking at Bradley High School- several of you completed the google docs to register your car, but have not completed the final step of stopping in the Main Office to pick up your car tag. Please do so as soon as possible.
The Girl’s Golf team is holding an OSU vs. Minnesota ticket raffle, through November 8.
2 tickets; Section 23AA, Row 3, Seats 22-23.
Visit https://tinyurl.com/OSUvMINN to purchase your raffle tickets or scan the QR code. Every little bit will help the girl’s golf team continue to build on the success the girls have accomplished over the last 2 years. The Sectional Tournament will be held October 3 @ Oakhaven Golf Course; Bradley is going in with a drop in the team score of over 50 strokes. The team has seen remarkable improvement. Please consider supporting the team by purchasing raffle tickets. Thank you. Coach West-McLinn
Hilliard Bradley High School is excited to “Light Up the Night“ for 2023 Homecoming Saturday, September 30th.
“What time is the dance?”
The dance will run from 7:30pm to 10:00pm.
“Where will the dance be held?”
It is currently scheduled to be held in the stadium on the field but will be relocated to the field house if weather does not permit us to be outside. Students will enter the dance through the guest entrance found on the backside of the stadium.
“How much are tickets?”
$20 for current Hilliard Bradley High School students and $25 for a guest.
Tickets are purchased electronically through Local Level Events by searching for events in the 43026 zip code or by following this link:
“What if my student wants to bring a non-Bradley guest?”
Non-Bradley guests must either be a current Hilliard City Schools student (Darby or Davidson) or a graduate of Hilliard Bradley High School under the age of 21. No guests outside of the district are permitted.
IMPORTANT NOTE FOR DARBY & DAVIDSON GUESTS: Permission slips must be signed and turned in to the front office by Friday, September 29th. These permission slips must be signed by a Darby or Davidson administrator, so please plan accordingly. Permission slips can be printed from the Local Level Events page for Hilliard Bradley Homecoming or printed copies can be picked up in the front office.
“Do students have to follow the theme?”
Not at all! The theme is for decoration, but neon attire is always welcome. We want students to dress up however makes them feel comfortable!
“What are the themes for students during Spirit Week?”
The student population voted and the following themes were determined:
Students are encouraged to support their peers at the Powderpuff Game tonight, Wednesday 9/27!
Thursday 9/28 – Anything but a Backpack – students are asked to abide by TSA rules (nothing bigger than luggage and no vehicles, such as bikes, for student safety)
Friday 9/29 – Neon
If you have any questions regarding Homecoming for Hilliard Bradley High School, please feel free to reach out to Mrs. Bergstrom at firstname.lastname@example.org or Mrs. Burke at email@example.com
Spots are still available for the 2024 Spring Break Tour to the Galapagos Islands. This tour is full of adventure! Visit the EF Tours link and view the itinerary… www.eftours.com/2575135TK
Questions? contact Mrs. Alonso-Bartels firstname.lastname@example.org
NO Food deliveries: Reminder that no food deliveries are allowed during the school day.
Lockers: Everyone is assigned a locker this year. Please make sure you use it for all your extras, like backpacks, athletic items, coats, etc. Let us know in the office if you have an issue with your locker.
A couple of reminders:
-Riding a bus with a friend: At this time, transportation is not allowing extra riders this year on our buses due to capacity.
-NO Change or Vending Machine refunds: The office does not have change or refunds. For refunds, you will need to call the number on the machine.
GUIDANCE OFFICE-STUDENT SERVICES
Remember to use the QR code if you need to see your guidance counselor.
Job opportunities: There are several job postings right inside the Student Services (Guidance) Office.
Columbus Suburban College Fair
Sunday, October 8, 2023 1:00 – 3:30pm
Clements Center, Otterbein University
180 Center Street
Westerville, Ohio 43081
Hundreds of college tables arranged in alphabetical order.
More information at www.oacac.org
Attention juniors and seniors! We have started to schedule visits with college representatives here at Bradley. Please use your Schoolinks account to view the full schedule of colleges and their times and sign up for visits.
Here are the visits in the next couple of weeks:
***Update: All college visits are now meeting in the Media Center. Please report directly to the Media Center if you are joining the college visit.***
September 28- Wabash College- 8:00am
University of Rochester- 12:30am
October 4- University of Mount Union- 8:00am
Kenyon College- 9:30am
Indiana Institute of Technology- 11:00am
October 6- Valparaiso University- 8:00am
October 9- Stevens Institute of Technology- 8:00am
University of Louisville- 11:00am
October 10- Virginia Tech- 9:30am
University of Vermont- 11:00am
October 16- Oberlin College- 8:00am
October 18- Ashland University- 8:00am
October 19- George Mason University- 11:00am
October 25- Point Park University- 9:30am
Bradley Faith meets every Monday at 2:35 in B276.
Interact Club – A Service & Volunteerism Club – Meeting at 2:40 – 3:10 PM in C285 (Lecture Hall).
Here are the dates of the meetings: Thursdays on 10/5, 10/19, 11/2, 11/16 & 12/7. Meetings are open to any Bradley student and can be joined at any time throughout the year. Please email email@example.com with questions. Hope to see you soon!
Key Club – Become part of an international service organization.
Meetings are the 1st and 3rd Mondays of each month.
Unicef Club – Advocate, educate, and fundraise for children around the world who face challenges to survive, go to school, and escape conflict or disasters.
Meetings are the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month.
Art Club – Meets every other Tuesday, in room C104, after school until 3:30.
All are welcome.
Are you a Freshman, Sophomore or Junior girl interested in joining the golf team for the 2024 season? Then Coach West would like to connect with you. Joining the golf team helps you earn a graduation Student Engagement Seal; and fulfills the Physical Education graduation requirement. But in addition to that, golf teaches self-confidence, improves the ability to work with numbers, and applies problem-solving skills. But wait there’s even more, golf promotes grit, and physical and mental endurance. All of that wrapped in a package of fun, new friendships and life-long connections. All skill levels are welcome (beginner to experienced); all you need is a willingness to learn. The 2024 season begins July 29, 2024 so let me know that you are interested by accessing the survey link: