700 S 4th St, Milwaukee, WI | Directions 5320443.024209 -87.915419
Neighborhoods: Walker's Point
One of the Best High Schools in Milwaukee – 90%+ of the graduates report that within the first two months of graduation; having a job, or an apprenticeship, or plans for a 2 year or 4 year college. Why so good? Because the area businesses are deeply involved with the curriculum, teachers, and students. This school was underwritten by local businesses helping to build the first new high school in MPS in 25 years. If you want your child to be successful after graduation, send them here. Bradley Tech has an almost 90% graduation rate. Students do need to be interested in hands on technology. Students attending may want to be an electrician, or an electrical engineer; web designer, or welder; architect, or plumber; printer, or programmer. There is no limitation to specific trade or technology.
Bradley Tech the only public high school in Milwaukee with a principal who is a graduate engineer, a Rockwell contributed automation robotics lab as well as the only artificial turf field for football and soccer.
1500 students from across Milwaukee attend Bradley Tech.
The new school building was built in 2001 in part from a $22 million grant from the Mrs. Bradley Pettit Foundation, with significant million dollar plus contributions from Rockwell, AT&T, WE energies, Pieper Power, Harley Davidson and the Bradley Foundation. All these groups remain active in helping the school and students succeed. The school was formerly called Milwaukee Tech, and was first organized by local businesses in 1906.
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