About Bradley International


Bradley Elementary was named in honor of Charles Allen Bradley, a teacher at East High School in 1883, a vice principal at East in 1891, and principal of the Manual Training High School in 1893. He retired in June of 1928.

Bradley Elementary School was one of twelve elementary schools within the Denver Public School system completed in 1952. The building houses twenty-nine classrooms, library, gymnasium, auditorium and cafeteria. It has a capacity of about 700 students. Bradley offers Early Childhood Education (ECE), Kindergarten, and first through fifth grade.

Historically, Bradley has been a neighborhood school for the University Hills, Holly Hills and other Southeast Denver Neighborhoods.

During the 1960’s Bradley had 1400 students enrolled in Kindergarten thru fifth grade. Currently, Bradley has approximately¬†500 students.

Bradley International School has been an IB World School since April 2008. It offers the IB Primary Years Programme.

IB Attitude of the Month

Independence: thinking and acting independently, making their own judgments based on reasoned principles and being able to defend their judgments


Time in Denver:


Wednesday, April 26th
Bradley "Dines Out" at Chipotle--50% of our sales comes back to Bradley!

Friday, April 28th
DPS Shakespeare Festival

Thursday, May 4th
Fitness Night

May 8th--May 12th
BOGO Book Fair

Wednesday, May 19th
5th Grade Exhibition

Monday, May 29th
NO SCHOOL/Memorial Day

Tuesday, May 30th
All School Picnic

Wednesday, May 31st
Field Day

Friday, June 2nd
Last Day--Half Day (dismissal at 12:45pm)