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Bradley Central High School, located in the heart of Cleveland, TN, is an educational institution that prides itself on fostering an inclusive and supportive environment for its students. With a rich history and a strong commitment to excellence, Bradley Central offers a wide range of opportunities for personal and academic growth. One notable aspect of Bradley Central is its robust athletics programs. The school's state-of-the-art facilities and dedicated coaching staff provide students with the resources they need to excel in various sports. Whether it's football, basketball, baseball, soccer, or track and field, Bradley Central is home to talented athletes who consistently showcase their skills and sportsmanship. The school participates in the state athletics association, allowing its athletes to compete against other high schools in Tennessee, fostering healthy competition and camaraderie among students. Bradley Central High School has cultivated a reputation for nurturing well-rounded individuals who embody the spirit of sportsmanship, teamwork, and dedication. The school's commitment to providing a comprehensive educational experience extends beyond the classroom and into the athletic arena. With a supportive community and a strong emphasis on holistic development, Bradley Central High School continues to empower its students, preparing them for success both on and off the field.
- Bradley Central High School
- 1000 S Lee Hwy Cleveland, TN 37311
- Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association
- Anthony Burger - southern gospel singer and musician, Ryan Casteel - current professional baseball player, Charles Paul Conn - former president of Lee University, Rex Dockery - former football college head coach, Dee Gibson - former professional basketball player, Rhyne Howard - current women's basketball player, Brittany Jackson - former professional basketball player, Dale Jones - former professional football player and football college coach, Tim Long - former professional football player, Toby McKenzie - businessman and entrepreneur, Terrence Oglesby - former professional basketball player. Christian Pitre - actress, Alvin Scott - former professional basketball player, Steve Sloan - former football college head coach, Ray Stephens - former professional baseball player
- Bradley competes in the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA) and its sports are: Baseball (State Champions 1994) Boys Basketball (State Champions 1940, 1942, 1962) Girls Basketball (State Champions 1962, 1970, 1973, 1975, 1976, 2019) (Runner-Up in 1964 and 1994) Bowling Cheerleading Cross Country Football (State Champions 1961, 1976) Golf Softball Soccer Tennis Track and Field Volleyball (State Championships 1982, 1991, 1993, 1994) Wrestling (27 State Championships)
- Students will leave Bradley Central High School with the academic, social, and emotional skills necessary to become self-directed lifelong learners and productive citizens in a diverse and ever-changing society. Bradley Central High School will help its students develop sense of pride, accomplishment, and self-worth. This shared vision will provide students with skills needed to succeed in furthering their education or joining the work force through data-driven, research-based programs that encourage students to become responsible, productive citizens of society. Students should be provided with learning opportunities that will prepare them for employment in a global, technological society. Students can rise to higher levels of performance when challenged by higher instructional expectations. The teacher can cultivate the student's desire to learn by acting as a guide and facilitator who applies a variety of teaching strategies, methods, and assessment techniques. Every student has worth, dignity, and the ability to learn. The student's self-esteem can be enhanced through positive relationships with staff, other students, parents, employers, and community members. Involvement in the decision-making process encourages student ownership of school policy. Extracurricular activities are important in the development of leadership, interpersonal skills, teamwork, and self-discipline. A balanced curriculum should in clued academics, vocational/technical training, fine arts, physical education, and wellness. Students should be exposed to a variety of learning styles that require active rather than passive involvement on the part of the student. The teacher makes the difference in the classroom. Students learn best in a safe, orderly, attractive, and enjoyable environment.