Brady Program Options

Brady High School offers a number of program options for students.  Please study the information below to see which program meets the needs of your student.  (Note possible enrollment restrictions of each program.) 

Which program is right for you?

PROJECT BASED LEARNING PROGRAMS* - Serves students in grades 10-12

  • Choose either Blended Learning or Online Learning – See below for details
    • Core classes - 8:55-12:55
    • Electives - 1:30-3:45 – Course offerings available in blended learning and fully online (subject dependent)

Blended Learning

The Blended Learning program is for students needing or desiring an alternative education setting.  Students work both independently and cooperatively within teams and graduate when they have acquired the skills needed for post-secondary success.    

  • Mondays – Coursework is fully online; teachers are available for drop in support
  • Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays - Coursework requires in person attendance
  • Fridays – Coursework is fully online, asynchronous with teacher support

 

Online Learning**

The Online Learning program is for students who prefer an online learning format or who need more flexibility in their school schedule due to work or other obligations.  Students work in a teacher-designed curriculum via Schoology, both independently and cooperatively within teams.  Students graduate when they have acquired the skills needed for post-secondary success.  


Brady’s internship program – BUILD – is housed in the online program to accommodate student internships, and all core coursework is online. 

  • Monday through Friday – Coursework is fully online, asynchronous with teacher support
  • Thursdays – Coursework is fully online, with in person teacher support available

*Enrollment is quarterly.  Students must apply via Enroll Jeffco. 

**Proof of Residency is required; limited seats for those living outside of Jeffco school district

TRANSITIONAL PROGRAM* - Serves students in grades 10-12

Brady Bridge**

An online learning program for students who have dropped out or need a short-term placement. Students work primarily in Schoology and Edgenuity, with options provided for synchronous support. 

 

The program is transitional, not long-term.  During the intake process, students develop a graduation and/or transition plan with the counselor; most transition within 9 to 18 weeks.

  • Monday through Friday – Coursework is fully online, asynchronous with teacher support

*Bridge enrollment is by invitation only. If you feel this program is right for your student, please call the main office at 303-982-6722 before applying.

** Proof of Residency is required; limited seats for those living outside of Jeffco school district

ADULT DIPLOMA PROGRAM* - Serves students ages 21 and over

Brady Community School

A fully online, asynchronous program utilizing Edgenuity curriculum

  • Coursework is fully online, asynchronous
  • Teacher support available Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays, 5:30-7:30 p.m.

*Enrollment is open August-May.  Students must apply via EnrollJeffco

SCHOOL TOURS ARE AVAILABLE

No RSVP is necessary; just come to the school on the following day:

Tuesday, November 29 - 6 p.m.

Apply via EnrollJeffco

OPEN ENROLLMENT DATES:

Enrollment for Term 2 is closed. 

BLENDED PROGRAM - Application deadline for Term 3 for the Blended Program is Monday, October 31.

ONLINE PROGRAM - Application deadline for the Online Program is Sunday, December 4.

BRIDGE PROGRAM - Contact Joe Zarrella at 303-982-7615 for deadlines and eligibility requirements.

COMMUNITY SCHOOL (Adults 21+) - Applications are accepted at any time until April 2023.

All programs require enrollment through EnrollJeffco

After applying in EnrollJeffco and your application has been reviewed and accepted, you will receive an email from EnrollJeffco with next steps.  Also, if you are new to Jeffco, you will receive an additional email requiring further steps to complete the registration process, which will require you to upload, email, or drop off a copy of the student’s birth certificate, immunization record, and school transcript.  You will also need to provide proof of residency. 

Special Education Students

If you are new to Jeffco and your student has an IEP, we must receive a copy of the most recent document before enrolling your student.  There are three ways to deliver the IEP:

All families are encouraged to apply for the Free & Reduced Program (through School Cafe).  Students who qualify not only receive free or reduced lunch, their school fees are also waived.

If you have more questions or need assistance with any part of the application process, please call the school at 303-982-6722. Hablamos Espanol.

 


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