My son goes to this school, and I must say that at first it was an odd transition coming from a school where he knew everyone, to Bishop Brady where he only knew a few people. However, three years later he is thriving. We see his grades improve, his work ethic soaring, social skills thriving and he seems happier. Everyone at the school works to make the ttransition to Bishop Brady easy, most notably the admissions office. Bishop brady really does work towards it motto of faith, learning, and service.
My son transfered into Bishop Brady as a mid-year Freshman. Administration, guidance, faculty and athletic coaches have made extraordinary efforts to facilitate an successful transition. The course work is challenging. The environment is an effective balance of demands and supports. Positive goal oriented actions are modeled and valued thoroughout the culture. A realistic blend of moral and worldly expectations provides a situation for learning that is hard to surpass.
Bishop Bradey appears to provide a rigorous college prep education. The school subscribes to EdLine and the teachers regularly use this Internet platform to communicate important information to the parents of the student. The school also appears to expend much effort in parent involvement.