Congratulation to the Black Hawks varsity boys tennis team for earning the title of 2017 Division 1 State Champions! Individuals championships include Constantin Hemmrich at #3 singles (third straight individual state championship), Cade Burman and Sebastian Burman at #1 doubles, and Chaz Blamo and Vik Chakrabortty at #2 doubles. State runner-up players include Andrew Zhang at #1 singles, and Adrian Wilen and Chris Sauer at #3 doubles. The team was also undefeated this season. We are so proud of our State Champions! Go Black Hawks!
Congratulations to varsity Black Hawk football player, Ty Slazinski, for earning the MHSAA record for Pass Receptions in a single game! Ty caught 22 passes from John Paddock during the game on Friday, October 20. This beat the old record of 18. Way to go, Ty! Photo Credit: Marty Budner
Congratulations to varsity Black Hawk girls golf team on their 7th place finish at the 2017 MHSAA State Finals! Kudos to Mikaela Schulz for finishing in 4th place among individual golfers. Mikaela shot 8 over par for the 36-hole tournament!
The Bionic Black Hawks are pleased to announce the first episode of their new season of "Full Steam Ahead", available here: https://youtu.be/J6dhc6OiHjo
Join us Saturday, October 21, 2017 and Saturday, November 4, 2017 from 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. to volunteer at the Johnson Nature Center! A variety of outdoor restoration projects will be completed. Activities are best suited for middle school/high school students and adults, however, adults may bring elementary students. This is a good opportunity for students to earn community service hours and scouts to earn badges! Please contact 248.341.6487 if you are interested in volunteering.
Bloomfield Hills Robotics will host the Bloomfield Girls Robotics Competition and the Bloomfield Bash FLL Jr Expo Aqua Adventure (K-3) on Saturday, November 11, 2017 from 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. at Bloomfield Hills High School. In addition to the events, select Bloomfield elementary and middle school teams will be providing demonstrations. We hope to see you there!
West Hills Middle School kicked off its 50th year of educating Bloomfield Hills Schools students by creating a huge '50' on the soccer field with students and staff! This event welcomed students, staff and community members to help kick off a year of celebratory events. CLICK HERE to view a fun video of this celebration!
Auditions will take place Monday October 30 and Wednesday, November 1 from 6-9 p.m. (students ages 8+ from 6-7 p.m.) at West Hills Middle School. Students ages 8 and up are encouraged to audition for kid roles and chorus. For role descriptions, song cuts, reading sides and additional information visit: www.bloomfieldplayers.org
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BHS Families: Check out the MYP Personal Project News for fun events you may wish to attend! The MYP personal project is a student-centered practical exploration in which sophomore students explore a project/event/passion through an independent learning experience. Current upcoming events include:
Please consider joining us for the first DAERR meeting of the school year on October 24, 2017, at the Booth Center (7273 Wing Lake Road) at 6:30 p.m. in rooms A/B/C.
Join us at the BHS Ski Swap in the Bloomfield Hills Middle School Field House on Saturday, November 11, 2017 from 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. A huge savings on hundreds of new and slightly used skis, boots, snowboards, apparel and accessories will be available for all ages. For additional information please email email@example.com or contact Susan Richardson at 248-980-8087 or Wendy van Duijvenboode 248-308-6126.
On Thursday, October 12, the 150 member Bloomfield Hills High School Marching Band traveled to Royal Oak High School to perform in MSBOA's District 4 Marching Band Festival. The band marched and played beautifully as they earned first division ratings from all three adjudicators. In addition, they received all A's in every subcategory. Congratulations!
Every student's rights matter. We believe all students have the right to peacefully and respectfully express themselves in the way they feel is best.
It is our goal to prepare our students for a global future. In our classrooms, students learn to agree and disagree with mutual respect. This creates a trusting environment and fosters greater collaboration and learning opportunities. Respect is critical to a global mindset and we expect the same respectful behavior at our district events outside of the classroom.
We are in the thick of football season and a controversial conversation is taking place in our country. What I request of our players, coaches, staff, visitors, spectators, and our entire community is that we model the mutually respectful behavior we wish to see in the world.
Dr. Robert Glass, Superintendent