Business “pitch day” in mobile apps class

Businesses pitched their ideas for a mobile website/app to the students in the mobile app class last week. Representatives from Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, The Parenting Network, and Marcus Corporation had 10 minutes each to convince the Tech students that their app idea should be their … [More]

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Community College and Resource Fair

The Community College and Resource Fair is Saturday, October 18, 2014, 9 am to noon at North Division High school, 1011 W. Center Street. It is open to all high school-aged students. This event is sponsored by the Rev. James Spann II, Foundation. … [More]

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Project Lead the Way students celebrate Manufacturing Day at Rockwell Automation!

by Mr. Ruppel, Bradley Tech PLTW Instructor On Friday October 3rd, Bradley Tech’s 11th and 12th grade Project Lead the Way Engineering students celebrated Manufacturing Day at Rockwell Automation as part of manufacturing month. Students spent the morning touring Rockwell’s state of the art … [More]

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Join the Robotics Team

The Robotics team wants you to join the elite club of fun and engineering. Last weekend the club displayed their robotic equipment and helped at the Maker Faire, a huge public event at State Fair Park that promoted creativity, engineering, and building cool stuff for fun, profit and the service of … [More]

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Boys’ Soccer Team of the Week!

The Bradley Tech/Carmen High School Boys’ Soccer team earned this week’s honor of being Team of the Week, selected by sports department staff at JSOnline. The team’s successful season continued during the past two weeks, with wins over Reagan and South Division. With the playoffs only two weeks … [More]

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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.