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Prescott Valley, AZ
Students enrolled: 1,702

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6000 Longlook Rd.
Prescott Valley, AZ 86314

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(928) 759-4000
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October 22, 2014
I graduated from Bradshaw Mountain High School in 2014 and attended for all four years of high school. This school is fantastic thanks to the amazing fine arts program and academic options. The arts program offers several choirs, band options, and drama. Academically this school offers several advanced placement classes and dual enrollment college courses. Because I took advantage of these courses I am now attending a university where I have already completed my English and Math requirements.This school does not focus on sports and separate social groups are almost never seen. The teachers at Bradshaw Mountain are always invested in student learning and are constantly willing to do anything to help a student learn. In my opinion if a student is willing to work hard and be invested in school, Bradshaw Mountain High School is a very good option that should be seriously considered when searching for a school.

- submitted by a community member

June 21, 2014
I went to Bradshaw mountain high all four years of my high school education. The staff and teacher's are amazingly helpful and good at teaching.The school has many activities, clubs and sports. Football isn't the only thing Bradshaw focuses on but in my eyes the football is a great football team. Bradshaw is a school that is accepting. A school that I enjoyed. I will miss my years at Bradshaw, the teachers i had and the people i met. Graduating in 2014 was great.Oh and If you are thinking of sending you kid to Bradshaw, i recommend Bradshaw.

- submitted by a community member

August 14, 2013
This school is the worst of schools they suspend there kids for no reason the teachers try to make there students do every liltel non school related things and there dress code dosent make sence u can't wear Arizona stuff when were in Az and won't let u wear tanktops for any reason they have some disrespectful staff and they have a school resource officer that will try to take u to jail for every lil thing and he thinks he's a tough guy because he's a cop

- submitted by a community member

May 31, 2012
We moved here from a VERY small school in Michigan. It was difficult for my kids at first. However, the other kids quickly befriended them and made them feel welcome. The band is TOP NOTCH! The drama club is AWESOME! This school does not focus on athletes like many schools do. They have so many more opportunities! My one gripe would be with the amount of drinking and drugs so readily available on the school campus. Students showing up drunk and high on a daily basis.

- submitted by a parent

September 22, 2011
I have two boys who go to Bradshaw Mountain. They love the school and the atmosphere. They always speak highly of their teachers and administration. They actually talk about the school spirit and how they feel safe at school

- submitted by a parent

September 13, 2011
Bradshaw Mountain offers so many things to the students of our community, while keeping that small town relationship among the staff and students. While no school is perfect, I would say that they make a great effort to provide excellent choices in education, firm student behavior and great school spirit!

- submitted by a parent

February 08, 2011
I am a parent of a tenth grader transferring to Bradshaw Mountain High School from a school back east (New Jersey) . While I have read mixed reviews on this school, most of them written over 6 years ago, I must say that everyone of the personnel I have spoken with on the phone to gather information for our transfer have been more than kind and most helpful. My daughter has searched the schools web sight and promo video and is very excited about her new school. As with most educational experiences ...you only get out of it ..what your willing to put into it. I am looking forward to our daughters experience at Bradshaw Mountain High.

- submitted by a parent

March 20, 2008
I'm a 10th grader at Bradshaw and even know I've a lot of bad thing in the past about my Beautiful school a lot has changed.We offer a lot more activities, such as sports, plays, and extra credit activities.We have awesome teachers with challenging cource(ap classes). Most people are friendly and the staff cares for the students.Counselors are always there helping students plan our future.The only downfall in the school is that we don't get a lot of support from the school Board.Other then that one down fall we really do have a great school,We even have MTV's Made at our school 'making' one of our students.So overall Bradshaw Mountain High School is a great School with many Opportunities.

- submitted by a student

December 19, 2006
Bradshaw Mountain High School is in my opinion the best school in the area, it has had some rough years but this year has shown a great improvement. The academic programs have grown, and it now offers in school free college classes, which give transferrable college credits. The school band is by far the best in the state and was rating superior. The councelours are understanding a polite, and help each student as much as possible on getting a head start on life. Bradshaw Mountain High School is improving and look forward to the great improvements

- submitted by a student

June 19, 2006
East campus Freshman only. Small population of only 445 students, yet students not under control. Students missed out on experiences with older students and activites on the main campus. Our experience with this school was not pleasant for our child who is a good student.

- submitted by a parent
no rating
May 07, 2006
What about something like this in light of student community involvement? 'A California high school that's participating in the ARRL Education and Technology Program (ETP--also known as 'The Big Project') will offer a year-long elective course, 'Radio Amateurs and Disaster Operations' (RADIO), starting this fall. Moorpark High School math and meteorology teacher Tom Baker, NC6B, says the course is the first of its kind anywhere in the US. The class curriculum was created in conjunction with the ARRL, the American Red Cross and various County agencies. 'We are very excited about this program,' said Baker of the RADIO course. He has offered to help other schools in the US to establish RADIO curricula. Contact Baker (805-378-6305) for more information or visit the RADIO page on the school's Department of Meteorology Web site http://www.mhsweather.org/pages/10/index.htm'.

- submitted by a teacher

January 28, 2006
the academic programs here are good, but there is a problem with discrimination, not only by students, but also by teachers. activities are only given to the elite and other children are outcasted. parent's involvement in the school is limited to disciplinary action, unless, of course, they are overachieving parents living through their children.

- submitted by a parent

October 22, 2005
I attended this school from 9-12th grade. The atmosphere is nice, teachers ok, extracurricular activities ok, but not much support from the School Board. Also, this is a small town.. everyone knows your business. Since there is not very much to do, most teenagers party and those who you least expect do drugs and drink alcohol. You just have to be very cautious of your child and know what is going on at all times.

- submitted by a student

March 30, 2005
This school is a good school it is still young and has alot to offer. The music and sports at this school are the best I have seen and there is alot of parent involvent.

- submitted by a student

August 11, 2004
I'm a student not a parent, but I love my school. The football coaches are awsome, and I've heard the others are good, too. Thanks to all my teachers and friends.

- submitted by a student

June 10, 2004
This school when I once attended, was in bad shape. There was alot of disrimination, and teachers were not as kind to others as only to some. Kids ended up dropping out and the principle didnt really seem to care.

- submitted by a student
no rating
June 10, 2004
This school was a small town school with not to be expected. The academic level was low. They had some e.c. activities. Kids didnt get the attention they really needed.

- submitted by a student

May 18, 2004
I am highly disappointed in the administrators in this school...when my son was in jeopordy of not graduating, not one of the so called personel would help. Nor could I get my questions answered. They are good at placing blame but not stepping up to the plate on their own procrastination and mistakes. I'm glad that I have the mouth that I have otherwise my son would have been another student not to receive his dipolma from Bradshaw Mountain High School! But I would like to thank everyone of you teachers who are there to ensure each child in your class succeeds! Tammy Horne

- submitted by a parent

April 18, 2004
I'm not a parent, I'm a student, but I must say that I love Bradshaw and I wouldn't switch schools if I had to. Although it does have some downfalls, most of the teachers are passionate and willing to help. There are clubs to help you cultivate all of your intrets, including a juggling team, and a mock trial team among others. The Drama program is amazing, and although I am not a member of any sports, I hear the coaching is excellent. In short, I have learned so much about life along with scholastics in this school, and even with its rough edges, it is an amazing school.

- submitted by a student

April 08, 2004
Good school, caring teachers...many more opportunities than nearby Prescott. Beautiful campus.

- submitted by a parent

April 29, 2003
I am extremely disappointed in this school. The class sizes are unacceptable, the teachers are apathetic and the administration is unchallenging and underqualified. The district is is the red, thus our students, those most important, suffer. The athletics are a joke, these kids are lucky they do not get hurt! We have been in this district for 5 years and we have decided in order for our children to be safe and receive a good education, we must place our home up for sale and leave. Don't send your children to school here, you will regret it!

- submitted by a community member

March 31, 2003
Bradshaw Mountain High School is perhaps the best school ever!

- submitted by a community member

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Bradshaw Mountain High School
6000 Longlook Rd., Prescott Valley, AZ  86314
(928) 759-4000
Last modified Bradshaw Mountain High School is a Public school that serves grades 9-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 8 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Bradshaw Mountain High School Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 36 reviews. Top