ABOUT DISTRICT 307
Bradley-Bourbonnais Community High School celebrates more than 70 years of excellence serving the 30,000 community members of Bradley, Bourbonnais, and St. George. Currently, BBCHS’ 2,100 students can participate in 120 rigorous academic courses, 24 competitive athletic teams, and 30 extracurricular clubs and activities.
School facilities include 96 classrooms, three gymnasiums, an Olympic-sized pool, a state of the art weight room and fitness center, a community center, a senior citizen’s center, a 600-seat theatre, and 45 stationary and portable computer labs with over 1,800 wirelessly networked computers.
Academically, Bradley-Bourbonnais Community High School takes great pride in its 25 dual-credit and AP courses that allow students to simultaneously acquire both high school and college credit. Additionally, a variety of classes such as culinary arts, foreign policy, chemistry, career exploration, business, digital photography, foreign languages, economics, calculus, and X-games foster academic success and enjoyment. The school’s comprehensive fine arts program cultivates students’ interest in music and art and has brought BBCHS great recognition as the Class AA State Music Champions.
High school students at BBCHS enjoy academics, athletics, and activities. More than 900 of BBCHS’ students are athletes. Sixty competitive teams in 24 sports have brought the school honor by capturing SWSC conference titles and numerous IHSA athletic event titles in an array of sports. The athletes in the highly competitive football program at BBCHS have qualified for the IHSA state playoffs eight of the last 10 years.
Bradley-Bourbonnais Community High School is proud of its tradition of excellence and continually strives to provide the best possible education to meet each individual student’s needs, interests, and abilities.
Our superintendent is Dr. Scott E. Wakeley.