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School leader:  Tamara Hines
700 South 4th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53204

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(414) 212-2400
(414) 212-2415
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"We are best known for technical and trades programs."

BASIC INFORMATION

  • Dress policy
    None, Dress code
  • Coed / Single gender
    Coed
  • Facilities
    Cafeteria, Computer , Garden , Gym, Library, Sports Fields
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PROGRAMS & CULTURE

  • Academic focus
    General - school does not emphasize one particular subjec...
  • Arts
    Video and film production, Creative writing, Architecture...
  • World languages
    Spanish
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26 reviews

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Submitted by a student · April 20, 2016
Most people look/hear Bradley Tech and say "its a really bad school! The students here doesn't get any education." You can't blame it on the teachers that the students doesn't get great education. It depends on the students if they want it or not.... more

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Submitted by a teacher · June 12, 2013
Amazing opportunities for students! Bradley Tech HS offers students seeking a Tech and Trade Education the opportunity to partner with industry leaders, to job shadow, take part in internships, and to earn national industry certifications - like... more

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Submitted by a student · January 18, 2012
Its A GOOD SCHOOL.. You Just Have Those Few Who Will Mess It Up For Everybody And Make It Look Bad For Everyone. But i Love TECH. Wish They Would Go Back To The Old Tech. When You Had To Take A Test to Get In And Have A 2.0 Or Better. :)

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Submitted by a student · January 24, 2011
I am currently in my senior year at Tech and I think it is a great school. They offer a lot of different classes and programs to students that can lead to a better future. The different academies make it easy to learn the intended trades. As... more

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About this school

Lynde and Harry Bradley Technology and Trade School (Bradley Tech) is unique in the Milwaukee Public Schools in a number of ways. Its programs empower students to meet state and national standards in trade, technical, academic, and employability skills. It is strategically located one mile south of downtown Milwaukee and currently enrolls 1,300 students. In 2005-06, Bradley Tech began a partnership with the Institute for Research and Reform in Education (IRRE) to implement the First Things First Framework within the comprehensive high school. This reform has given Bradley Tech an opportunity to embrace Small Learning Communities, Instructional Improvement, and a Family Advocacy System. The goal of this new initiative is to raise the academic performance of all students at Bradley Tech and Trade to levels required for post-secondary education and high-quality employment without remediation. To nurture student learning and support student development in a more personal environment, Bradley Tech is divided into four Small Learning Communities (SLCs): Pieper Power Academy of Construction, Rockwell Automation Academy of Advanced Engineering and Technology, AT&T Academy of Communication, and Harley-Davidson Academy of Design. Program content in each SLC includes academic curriculum required by the State of Wisconsin, technology curriculum developed from national standards, employability skills adapted from the U.S. Secretary of Labor's commission report identifying the skills young people need to succeed in the world of work, and electives for advancement or enrichment. In each SLC, freshmen explore planning and design, materials and processes, energy and power, and information technology related to their SLC focus. In sophomore, junior, and senior years, students study technology through investigation, problem solving, and application. Lessons are presented in a thematic project-based approach that integrates content and comprehensive literacy. With the Copernican 4 by 4 schedule, students can earn 8 units each year with a possible total of 32 units over 4 years. Students take four classes each quarter and can earn 1/2 a unit in each class. Each academic year consists of four quarters (terms).

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Last modified: April 20, 2016
Last modified Bradley Technology & Trade High School is a Public school that serves grades 9-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 1 out of 10 based on academic quality.
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