Executive spotlight on Principal Bloyer

For over 105 years Bradley Tech has been the Milwaukee high school with direct partnerships with the Milwaukee business community. Principal Bloyer has earned a reputation of rebuilding long-standing business connections and looking to grow new ones. The Milwaukee Business Journal recently … [More]

Photo courtesy of Milwaukee Business Journal.

VFZ cited as national model in fight on poverty

The Violence Free Zone is strongly rooted in Bradley Tech and was recently cited by Robert L. Woodson Sr., president and founder of the Center for Neighborhood Enterprise, based in Washington, D.C., as a model of how strong leadership training can make a real difference. The following is an excerpt … [More]


Ms. Fincher honored by WACTE

“I really want to make a difference,” said Ms. Fincher, Bradley Tech English teacher, when asked why she chose a career in education and set a path straight to Bradley Tech. “I want to help make the world a better place and so every day I strive to do that by equipping students with the skills … [More]

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Youth Apprenticeship Program stengthens Thao’s resume

--From Ms. Salzer, MPS Youth Apprenticeship Facilitator-- "The Youth Apprenticeship program has given me skills that I don't think I could have earned without it," said Anthony Thao, Bradley Tech senior enrolled in the Youth Apprenticeship Program. "The place I work at is Matzel Manufacturing and … [More]

Thao was featured in the March issue of the Tool & Die Association’s newsletter. Anthony is shown here meeting Senator Ron Johnson.

Welding lab dedicated to Bucyrus Foundation

MILWAUKEE – by MPS District Office -- The welding lab at Milwaukee Public Schools’ Harry and Lynde Bradley Technology and Trade High School will be expanding thanks to a $250,000 gift announced Wednesday from the Bucyrus Foundation to the Bradley Tech Foundation. The Bucyrus Foundation is a … [More]

Tim Sullivan, Bucyrus Foundation director and president/CEO of Gardner Denver, accepts the "Mr. Welder" personalized sign during the welding lab dedication ceremony.

Lynde & Harry Bradley Technology & Trade School


techLynde and Harry Bradley Technology and Trade High School (Bradley Tech) is the premier technology and trade school of Milwaukee; with a rich history and ever evolving future.  Located in the heart of the Walker’s Point neighborhood, Bradley Tech educates 1,200 students from across the city.  To support all of our students in achieving academic and personally success Bradley Tech offers a broad range of scholastic options, including clear pathways for students into four year universities, tech/trade education, and apprenticeships.

Students enrolled at Bradley Tech have access to Advanced Placement (AP), Honors Level and Project Lead the Way Courses.  Additionally, students who attend Bradley Tech have the support of local pre-college programs such as Diversity Scholars, My Life! My Plan!, Lead to Succeed, and Upward Bound.  As the foremost technology and trade school in Milwaukee, students have access to courses supported by Industry Leaders: Harley Davidson Design, Pieper Power Construction, AT&T Communications, and Rockwell Automation Manufacturing and Engineering.  Bradley Tech also offers students competitive Varsity and Junior Varsity sports, as well as a wide-array of organization and activities designed to enhance their high-school experience.