Message from the Principal
Dear Bartram High School Community:
As the new Principal of Bartram High School, it has been my sincere pleasure and honor to become a member of this great school community. Bartram enjoys a rich history of academic, athletic, and cultural excellence that is the result of a collegial partnership between the school staff and parents who provide a diversity of experiences for students. I believe that all schools should prioritize three areas: student safety, student success, and creating life-long learners among all students and school staff. For students to learn, they must feel safe at school, both in the classroom, and around the school campus.
To the Staff: I look forward to working alongside the dedicated Bartram staff to provide the best possible educational program for our students while positively impacting student learning to ensure that students are growing, exposed to enriching experiences and developed leaders. We will focus on fostering a nurturing and safe environment for children, using data to inform and guide instruction, consistently implementing strategies to increase student achievement, and providing enrichment opportunities for all students to participate in extra-curricular activities.
To the Students: Take a chance by getting involved and trying something new. High school is unlike any other time in your life. Study hard, challenge yourself, set high goals, and enjoy yourself. Your high school years provide you with the wonderful opportunity to discover your unique talents and gifts. One way to learn is through the variety of clubs, organizations and teams that exist at Bartram High School. There are outstanding athletic teams, musical programs, clubs, drama and academic groups that will help you to learn more about yourself and to develop friendships that may last a lifetime. We want to be a part of your success.
To the Parents: I believe that all schools should prioritize three areas: student safety, student success, and creating life-long learners among all students and school staff. For students to learn, they must feel safe at school, both in the classroom, and around the school campus. With a safe and productive learning environment, students and teachers will optimize their time at school, and parents and community members will feel comfortable communicating and building relationships at Bartram High.
To the Community: My primary focus is to ensure a learning environment that is based on respect, personal responsibility, and working as a team to support the growth of students – both inside and outside the classroom.
As your principal, I look forward to an amazing school year and to being a part of the future success at John Bartram High! Along with the faculty and staff, I wish you an exciting and successful year.
Brian R. Johnson