Graves County High School history teacher Scott Bradley has been named principal of the school’s Freshman Academy. Bradley graduated from Graves County High School in 2002 and has earned a bachelor’s degree in history and a master’s degree in education from Murray State University, he then earned certification from the National Board of Professional Teaching Standards.
“I became a teacher to help kids,” Bradley said. “I’ve enjoyed sharing my love for history and hope that I’ve had a good effect on students’ growth as citizens. I’ve garnered some leadership skills over time and I hope that as Freshman Academy principal I can help kids to grow as individuals and have a broader effect.”
Graves High School Principal Matthew Madding said the school is confident that Bradley will be a positive force in his new position and will help students transition in that very important first year of high school.