Bradley County Schools Career and Technical Education and Bradley Central FFA have partnered to develop the Bradley County Schools CTE Student of the Year Award and Scholarship. The CTE Student of the Year Award is given to the student who exhibits the most employability skills through their Leadership,
Community Service, Career Technical Student Organization participation, and Classroom/Academic Achievement. Each
Bradley County Schools CTE teacher was given the opportunity to nominate one student for CTE Student of the year. Thirty-one students
were nominated. Each young man and woman will receive a CTE Student of the Year Medallion to wear with the graduation regalia.
Congratulations to these great students:
Bradley Central High School: Aleksey Kyslytsya-Machining Technology, Autumn Allen-Business, Brianna Bettis-Cosmetology, Bryson Cartwright-Welding, Cheyenne Harrell-Culinary Arts, Cuppie Kyle-Health Science, Dustin Barnett-Agricultural Engineering, Emily Quinn-Criminal Justice, Emily Swafford-Teaching and Education and Family Studies, Gunner Wright-Health Science, HaLee Kazy-Agriculture, Haley Atwell-Cosmetology, Jacob Long-Mechatronics, Jordan Frerichs-Information Technology, Kaylei Peak-Audio/Visual Production, Kylie Estrada-Health Science, Laney Jones-Business, Lucas Armstrong-Maintenance and Light Repair, and Ryan Lawson-Collision Repair and Construction.
Walker Valley High School: Alondra Suarez-Business, Andrew Starnes-Audio/Visual Production, Arizona Reyes-Business and Marketing, Cinnamon Warnock-Business and Marketing, Ethan Cavanaugh-Agricultural Mechanics, Griffin Walker Broome-Marketing, Luis Daniel Pastor-Computer Science, Maggie Thompson-Education and Training, MaKaylah Shoemate-Engineering and Mechatronics, MariLiis Bateman-Health Science, Mary Townzen-Health Science, Samuel Lauterback-Engineering and Mechatronics, Sydney Brady-Agriculture, and Sydney Lawson-Health Science.