• Counseling Office

    Dear Bradley family,

    Students are welcome to come in before school, after school, during their lunch period, or with the teacher's permission. Students can self-refer to counseling by filling out a "pink slip," and/or teachers, administrators, or parents can refer to students by contacting the student's counselor. Parents and students can also complete the "Contact a Counselor" form linked to the Bradley web page.

    Thank you,

    Your Bradley Counseling Team

    For academic advice, questions about CCMR or financial aid, contact:
    Find Your School Counselor
    Guidance & Counseling Department
    For questions about testing programs and preparation, contact:
    Your School Counselor
    Advanced Academics
    For questions about CTE courses, career certificates and industry certifications, contact:
    Career & Technical Education 
    For more information about magnet programs, contact:
    Magnet School Programs

  • A - L

    Di Filippo, Kayla
    (210) 356-2628


    Perez, Vera
    (210) 356-2626


    Jackson, Lindsey
    STAN Counselor
    (210) 356-3261

  • Mental Wellness Counselors

    Student Well-Being & Mental Wellness counselors help students develop life skills to meet the complex challenges that may arises at school, at home, or in the community. The goal of our counselors is to maximize students' success emotionally, socially, behaviorally, and academically.

  • Guidance Services

    Bradley Middle School counselors are here to aide students with coping skills, healthy relationships, bullying/cyberbullying, self-awareness, and drug prevention and awareness.

  • Extracurricular Activities

    Extracurriculars provide an environment where all students can learn new skills or hone those skills already familiar. We think learning happens best experientially and inspires wholeness in every area of life. 

  • Counselors in the Classroom

    The NEISD Counselors teach guidance lessons in the classroom to support and enhance the learning process.  Some of the topics include:

    • Coping Skills - Help equip students with the skills they need to address anxiety, frustration, anger, sadness, and a variety of other stressful emotions in healthy ways.
    • Healthy Relationships - Help students identify and recognize healthy and unhealthy relationships, and teach them the skills to make positive choices.
    • Bullying/Cyberbullying - Help students learn all aspects of bullying/cyberbullying, and focus on prevention and character education. 
    • Self-Awareness - Teach students how to be aware of their own thoughts and feelings, and how to self-regulate their emotions and responses.
    • Drug Prevention and Awareness - Equip students with the skills to make healthy choices necessary for a full and productive life. 
    • College and Career Readiness-  Provide multiple opportunities for students to explore a variety of careers and help them align their educational choices with their future career goals.