Morehouse College takes immense pride in celebrating the accomplishments of its distinguished alumni, and Dr. Duke Bradley III '98 stands as a testament to this tradition of excellence. Dr. Bradley has been selected as the exclusive finalist for the superintendent position within the Newton County School System (NCSS). This selection was reached through a unanimous consensus by the board on October 2nd.
Dr. Bradley's impressive career in education has prepared him for this role. Prior to his current position, he served as the deputy superintendent and chief of schools for the Beaufort County School System in South Carolina. His experience is diverse, as he has shown his leadership abilities at the elementary, middle, and high school levels, reflecting his commitment to improving education at every stage.
One of the many highlights of Dr. Bradley's career was his tenure as the principal of Banneker High School in Fulton County, where his dedication and leadership were recognized with the prestigious title of Fulton County Schools' overall principal of the year in 2018. This accolade is a testament to his outstanding contributions to the educational community and his ability to inspire positive change.
Dr. Bradley's journey embodies the transformative impact of a Morehouse education. His dedication to excellence in education has earned him a place of leadership and influence, not only in his local community but also as a role model for educators nationwide. His accomplishments are a source of inspiration for current and future Morehouse students, demonstrating the profound influence a Morehouse education can have on an individual's life and career.