PROM TICKETS are now available online! Visit www.localevelevents.com search “Bradley Prom.” Prom is on May 3rd from 8:00PM to 11:30PM at the LC Pavilion. This year’s theme is masquerade, and will feature the same DJ as homecoming.
If you buy your ticket online this week, you will be entered in a raffle to get your ticket for free! You must be a junior or senior to buy prom tickets.
Congratulations to 41 Hilliard Students who have been chosen to display artwork at the Governor’s Art Show from May 1 through June 2 at The Peggy R. McConnell Arts Center, 777 Evening Street St. Worthington, Ohio 43085. The Ohio Governor’s Youth Art Exhibition, now in its forty-fourth year, is dedicated to the educational and artistic advancement of talented young people in the state of Ohio. The exhibition is open to all of Ohio’s 1,112 high schools, both public and private, chartered by the State of Ohio Department of Education.
Bradley students honored include:
Warren Alcaraz (two pieces), Brandon Bond, Olivia Chadwick, Ally Duckworth, Kaylee Ewen, Bridget Fracasso (two pieces), Alayna Hanson, Ross Hanson (two pieces), Spencer Ison, Josh Jaccaud, Aubriona Metz, Meghan Petikas (two pieces), Hannah Sanderell, Becca Schalip, Sarah Sprague, Lauren Valdes, Kyle Yonut, Tiffany Young (two pieces), and Hannah Zeis
The ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) provides an opportunity for career exploration. The test will be given this year at the HCSD Administrative Building at 2140 Atlas Street, Columbus, in the large conference room upstairs. The test will be given to any sophomore, junior, or senior on Friday, April 11, 2014 from 8:00 am- 12:00 pm. The registration sheet can be found on the Bradley website or in the Guidance Office. Please email Mr. Woodford at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Left to right: Junior Madison Mobus (Opinion Editor), Seniors Britnee Stickles (Managing Editor), Hayley Hughes (Back Page Editor), and Kinsey Cantrell (Editor in Chief)
This award highlights student achievements in reporting, design, and
photography. ”There are few subjects in high school that provide such a true
learning experience. The study of journalism fosters responsible citizenship
through the study of ethics, constitutional rights and the law. Every day these
students make decisions that impact their community,” the OCC Academic League
said in a statement.