Bloomfield Hills Schools hosted a Red Carpet event for the opening of the Bloomfield Hills High School Performing Arts Center! This event included Hors d'Oeuvres, the Performing Arts Center Opening, and the opening production of the West Side Story with a special presentation before curtain from Ingrid Day, on behalf of the Bloomfield Hills Schools Board of Education.
The Biff and station manager, Pete Bowers, were recently featured on Channel 7's segments Ann Marie's All Stars and The Now! Mr. Bowers taught both 7 Action News Anchors JoAnne Purtan and Heather Catallo. CLICK HERE to view the segment.
If you've got an idea for a great program, we'd love to hear about it. We fund initiatives of all sizes from $350 for banners for the BHHS Theatre Arts program to $5000 in equipment for a BHMS Robotics program. The deadline for submission is March 6. Grants will be awarded by March 24. Visit www.bloomfield.org/Foundation and click on the Grants tab.
Bloomfield Hills High School PTO and Bloomfield Hills Schools PTOC will present Beyond Measure on Wednesday, March 2, 2016. Free screenings will take place in the auditorium at 1 PM, 4 PM, and 6:30 PM. A panel discussion will follow the 6:30 PM screening. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. For registration details CLICK HERE.
Bloomfield Hills Schools will host a Concussion Town Hall Meeting on Thursday, February 25, 2016, from 6:30 - 8 p.m. in the main commons of Bloomfield Hills High School. Guest speakers: Dr. James L. Moeller, Dr. Sami F. Rifat, John Maakaron, Lomas Brown, and John Ciecko. The event will include an overview of concussions for parents and student athletes, concussion myths, mental health issues, and conclude with a Q&A panel discussion.
The third annual Lone Pine-West Hills Multicultural Celebration will be held on Friday, February 26, 2016, from 6:30 - 9 PM at West Hills Middle School. This K-8 celebration is fun for the whole family! Admission is $5 per family at the door.
The varsity girls hockey team raised $2,000 for the Wounded Warriors in a matchup vs. the Warriors on January 30th. It was a tight game with a 4-4 tie through the 3rd period, but the Warriors managed to squeak out a 5-4 shootout win. Thank you to all the supporters and fans!
In the latest edition of Ask Rob, Dr. Glass invites everyone to the Grand Opening of the Bloomfield Hills High School Performing Arts Center on February 11th at 6:30 p.m. Dr. Glass also discusses Bill 571 that was signed into law by Governor Snyder and M-STEP testing results. Read more to watch episode six of Ask Rob.
Bloomfield Hills Middle School students were selected to participate in "Scientist of the Week," a program where students pick a science experiment or demonstration to show to their class. Students were asked to discover and research how their experiment works, why it works, and explain the scientific reasoning behind it using scientific terms.
Wing Lake Developmental Center students hosted their inaugural Art Show. Art pieces included collages, paintings and decorated art boxes. P.R.E.P. students visited Wing Lake each week to mentor students on their art projects. "I had so much fun helping students create their art!" exclaimed Jason Luckoff. Jenna Rosen agreed, adding, "I enjoyed getting to know the students."
The BHS transportation team collected and purchased over 650 cases of bottled water and over 620 gallon water jugs for Flint! Donations included 30 cases from EHMS and 16 from Conant. The Oakland Press and Two Men and a Truck Waterford both donated a truck and staff to help load and unload the water. Thank you to our students, community, and staff for your generosity! Thank you to the transportation team for their collection and delivery efforts!
Youth For Understanding announces availability of foreign exchange teens arriving in August for 2016-2017 school year.
The 2nd Annual Bloomfield Hills Foundation Celebration will take place on Friday, April 15, 2016!
It is time to register for baseball! Last year, over 600 Bloomfield Hills Schools students participated! Don't miss your chance to play ball! Register now to play in a youth baseball team at your school! Register early to play with your classmates. Read more for additional information.
The eighth-grade students at East Hills Middle School recently performed the witty fairytale spoof, Rumpelstiltskin Private Eye. Thank you, Mr. Schumacher, for your leadership and direction of the eighth-grade actors. Bravo!
On Monday, January 18th, P.R.E.P. students visited Kirk in the Hills and got to know the Kirk Senior High Youth Group. They kicked off with a few ice breakers and games, followed by a tour of the Kirk sanctuary, and plenty of fun and games in the youth room. They wrapped up with more games in the refectory, along with a pizza lunch and cookie decorating. Many of the Kirk Senior High Youth Group members also attend Bloomfield Hills High School.
On Saturday, January 16, many BHHS band and orchestra students performed for adjudication at the Michigan School Band and Orchestra Associations, District 4, Solo and Ensemble Festival. The students were adjudicated, on a statewide standard set by the MSBOA, by trained professional performer/teacher judges. The students, who received First Division ratings, signifying an excellent level of performance, now qualify for State Solo and Ensemble Festival to be held on March 19. Read more to view the results.
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan recognized Eastover Elementary School in Bloomfield Hills Schools as a 2015 U.S. Department of Education Exemplary High Performing National Blue Ribbon School. "This is an incredible honor for our school," said Principal Carey Crocker. "The teachers, students, and families have worked hard to earn this distinction."
Do you have an idea about one of our programs, schools, or other district opportunities? Check out our new Bloomfield Hills Schools Idea Spot and share your idea today! http://bhsideaspot.ideascale.com/