Carolyn Bradley, Science Instructor
Ms. Bradley is a founding faculty member and a science teacher at University High School. She joined our faculty in 2000.
B.A. in Biology, Middlebury College
M.A. in Education, University of Michigan
Mathematics Teacher, Peace Corps (Gambia)
Biology Teacher, Grass Lake Junior-Senior High School (Grass Lake, MI)
Biology Teacher, Detroit Catholic Central High School (Detroit, MI)
Recipient of 2016 Webster Award Celebrating Innovation in Education
Member of the National Association of Biology Teachers
Member of the National Science Teachers Association
Courses Taught in 2018-19
Anatomy & Physiology
What do you like about working at University High School?
I enjoy teaching at University High School because of the opportunities to build relationships with others, both students and adults. There is a wonderful sense of collaboration here, a sense that we are all working toward a common goal. It is a community that looks out for each other and cares for each other. I also enjoy working here because it is never boring. Even as a teacher, there is always the opportunity to try something new, to teach a new class, and to work with coworkers in various ways.
I’m married to Chris Bradley, who is also on the faculty at University High School. Our son, Gordon, is a sophomore at University. We love to spend time reading, hiking, and traveling to new places together.
Telephone: (317) 733-4475, ext. 123