Bradley Central to host Freshman Academy event
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NINTH-GRADE class officers sit in a meeting to plan Bradley Central High School’s upcoming Freshman Academy event. In the front row, from left, are Sydney Morgan, president; Halla Maynard, vice president; Blaire Terrell, secretary; and Halle’ Hughes, treasurer. In the back are Jennifer Matson, ninth-grade counselor, and Angie Neely, the ninth-grade academy’s principal.
NINTH-GRADE class officers sit in a meeting to plan Bradley Central High School’s upcoming Freshman Academy event. In the front row, from left, are Sydney Morgan, president; Halla Maynard, vice president; Blaire Terrell, secretary; and Halle’ Hughes, treasurer. In the back are Jennifer Matson, ninth-grade counselor, and Angie Neely, the ninth-grade academy’s principal.
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Bradley Central High School will be holding an informational meeting about its Freshman Academy on Feb. 11.

The event will begin with refreshments in the school’s main lobby at 6 p.m. At 6:30, the ninth-grade administration and staff will a program titled, “BCHS Freshman Academy — What does the BEAR say?” in the library.

Parents and students will have the opportunity to hear from Academy Principal Angie Neely as well as the ninth-grade counselor, Jennifer Matson.

Topics for the meeting will include credits, Cambridge requirements, student expectations, honors course application, freshmen opportunities for service and more.

Summer Bridge transition information will also be shared. Time will be provided for questions and answers at the end.

Following the meeting, a tour of the ninth-grade hall will be conducted, and attendees will have an opportunity to meet some of the academy’s teachers.

This showcase is being presented for students and parents who did not have the chance to hear the middle school presentation earlier in the year, and/or want to know more about Bradley High School’s Freshman Academy and all that it offers before freshman registration in March.