Giving Back

BCHS Cosmetology and DECA wrapping presents for the Empty Stocking Fund

Demonstrate correct use of FFA opening and closing ceremonies.                                                 Demonstrate parliamentary procedure to conduct an orderly and efficient meeting. Communicate and participate effectively as a team member.         …

Super busy week for our ag kids! We had the Athen’s Stockyard Pen of Three, Cherokee District Parly-Pro, UT’s Varsity Visit Leadership Congerence, Hiwssee College’s Skillathon and even a chapter meeting complete with a mannequin challenge.

  Student representatives from Bradley Central High School Agriculture Program presented their program of work before the Bradley County Board of Education at the November 10th Board Meeting this evening.  This program of work led the school to its 49th consecutive gold chapter award placement, winning this accolade more than any high school in the nation. …

The Career and Technical Education Students of Bradley County Schools spent the morning demonstrating classroom and laboratory skills to educate 8th graders regarding the programs of Bradley Central High School and Walker Valley High School.  The 18 programs of Bradley County Schools were represented with “hands” on presentations. Eighth graders from Lake Forest and Ocoee …

BCHS FFA had a great day educating students about what they learn everyday in Bradley’s Agriculture classes.  Everything from wildlife management, dairy calves, swine, poultry, the importance of Bees to planting sunflowers.  Thanks to all the volunteers for a successful day.

The world has been green and full of color at Walker Valley High School FFA Greenhouse.  But like all things this can not last.  The sale session is coming to an end.  Come by and purchase some great items for your garden, porches, and yards. Sale days remaining are: May 8th 8:30-12:00 May 9-13 8:30-3:30

April 23, 2016 during Community Resource Day on the Cleveland/Bradley County Greenway, Heather Bischof, Bradley Central High School Marketing Instructor, and 11th grade marketing student, Charlie McSpadden , presented two totes of books to Sheriff Watson and officers.  These books gathered by the efforts of the BCHS Event Planning Marketing class are packaged to be …

“I want to hold your hand”

Good morning y’all, The YCC spring break camp was a HUGE success. On Monday, we had a lesson on bionic hands and legs (prosthetics emphasis).  We did a small bionic hand that was made from crafts, such as tape, popsicle sticks, yarn, rubber bands, and cardboard. This lesson was very interactive and fun! On Tuesday …