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Bradley Tarrance, Principal

Bradley Tarrance

Bradley Tarrance hails from Flint, Michigan. Flint is where his journey in education began and continues to drive him in his daily work for creating a more just society. He is a passionate urban educator with 20+ years experience. Bradley’s experience in public, private, and charter schools along with experience in African American communities and Hispanic communities allows him a unique perspective into educational equity. 

Prior to joining Beaufort County Schools, Brad worked in education for 17 years as a school leader, assistant school leader, associate director, basketball coach, leadership coach, dean, and teacher.

Bradley received his B.A. from the University of Michigan- Flint and his M.A. from Trinity University in San Antonio. 

As an educator, I have found my work in urban settings such as Flint, MI, San Antonio, TX, Grand Rapids, MI, and now Beaufort, SC driving towards a more just world. Education is the key in getting us closer to a more just world. Educating our youth on navigating our current society in which we live, while simultaneously navigating and finding their true selves is my passion and calling.

Bradley Tarrance can be reached by email or phone: 843-322-2500.


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