My child has done better in this school. He is getting A's and B's now and he has never had those since elementary school. I love this school.
Brady Exploration School is a public high school in Indian Hills. 286 students go to Brady Exploration School and identify mostly as Hispanic; Native American or Native Alaskan; and White, non-Hispanic. 60% of the 286 students here have subsidized lunches. The student to teacher ratio at Brady Exploration School is 19:1. New America School is one of the nearest high schools.
- Ceramics sculpture
- Computer arts
- Drawing painting
- Theater drama
- Video film production
- Cross country
- Field hockey
- P.E. classes
- Rock climbing
- Ultimate Frisbee
|Native American or Native Alaskan||4%||1%|
|Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander||0%||0%|
|Students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch program||60%||32%|
I hate the online classes. It was way better when it was a school school and not online.
It's a great opportunity for credit recovery students as well as a good independent based atmosphere with help standing behind you when you need it.
Its all online no persom to person i cant do that its hard exspesaly if reading is not your thing
Good environment easy to get classes done fun to be there no fights less drama then a normal school great teachers no stress just an overall good place to be and learn.
I really like the fact that it's all pretty much online but the teacher is there to help if you need it. It motivates me to get the work that I need done because it let's me pace myself and do what I want without having a strict timeline.
Brady gives students a chance to teach themselves and recover credits.
The councelors help a lot but with some of the teachers its easy to get off track. The classes are ok you have to actually read everything in the lesson to learn something.
Brady offers such a wonderful program for students who have a difficulty in traditional schools as well as those who need to work and be home for family often.
Being a teacher here at Brady I may be writing this review with some bias but I only speak the truth. The school staff and especially the students at Brady make our school the best of the best. We have been quoted as 'the jewel in the crown of our school district' and many students parents and faculty members would agree. We have a safe and welcoming learning environment based on mutual respect and unconditional postive regard for students. I can't imagine being a part of any other school the way I am a part of Brady.
Brady has to one of the best schools I have been to. I like that we only have to go for four hours and we aren't rushed to finish our work. I really like that we are allowed to go at our own pace.
I think Brady Exploration is a great school for any student. It has hepled me get caught up in my credits and get on the right track so I can graduate a year early. All of the staff is great they do whatever they can to help us succeed.
This innovative school really truly believes all kids can succeed regardless of their past.
This is absolutely one of THE best schools period. It's so futuristic & unique. You get so much 1-on-1 with the teachers & you have so many caring people to be your resources for success. They are all so highly trained & really want you to succeed. Plus the pacing is great because its custom for every1. So you can go as fast as you want.
I love this school. My daughter always felt like a failure and that she was not smart. She is suceeding at this school with a 3.2 average. The teachers at this school really care about the kids. The school staff is also remarkable. The school staff knows that each child must learn differently. They take time to figure that out and help the kids suceed.
This is a great school and a wonderful opportunity for kids who might not have graduated.
Brady is a school in a constant state of flux. There is very little consistancy. The school is an experiment and the students are the lab animals; if one method of teaching/discipline/testing doesn't work they try something else. There is a lot of good potential in the school and its philosophy but very lettle of it is realized. Personal interaction between staff and parents is limited; the students often seem frustrated and uncertain about coursework and other issues. There is little homework; this can be a positive or negative depending on your viewpoint and the study habits of your student.
very little homework kids have too much freedom and say in thier classes. the longer classes later schedule and shorter terms do help kids move on and learn better.