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Preparing for High School

Bradford is committed to preparing students for a successful transition to high school. We offer a range of programs and activities designed to equip students with the academic, social and personal skills they need to excel in high school. From rigorous coursework to virtual coursework opportunities and field trips, we provide comprehensive support to ensure each student's readiness for their next educational chapter.

Programs offered:

  • On-site Spanish classes
  • Collaboration with Jeffco Virtual Academy for French and German classes
  • Warren Tech South field trip
  • Career fair
  • Guest speakers

Starting high school is an exciting event in a student’s life and can also be a challenging time as well. By definition, transition means the change from one place, state of being, or condition to another place, state of being, or condition. 

This transition means a whole new school building, new teachers, new classmates, and notably more challenging material along with enhanced postsecondary planning and graduation requirements. This transition affects adolescents’ academic experiences, motivation, self-perception, and self-regulation. This process also affects parents and teachers. 

Effective transition programs help students move to a new school and become a part of the new school.  With the implementation of transition programs and the support of parents, teachers, administrators, and mental health professionals, this transition can positively impact students both socially and academically.