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Featured News

  • Lone Pine and Way Students' Art to be Displayed at the Grand Rapids Art Museum!

    Gabe Boji with his Art "Smuggler" (LP 1st)

    Students from Lone Pine and Way were selected to have their art displayed at the 2015 Michigan Art Education Association Elementary Art Show! Their artwork will be on display at the Grand Rapids Art Museum from April 4-11, 2015!

    Congratulations to Lucy Dickson (Way 3rd), Gabe Boji (LP 1st), Gabby Stempien (LP 3rd) and Lilly Novetsky (LP K)!

    Click here to view artwork.

  • Open Barn


    Join in on the fun! Open Barn is this Saturday, March 28 at the Bowers School Farm! Pony rides, bottle-feeding the baby goats, wagon rides, games and crafts! Egg Hunts are every half hour on March 28 and are $4 per participant. Sponsored by the Friends of the Bowers Farm. Open Barn Admission is free, with a nominal fee for other activities.

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  • Second Annual Senior Concerto


    The Bloomfield Hills High School music department presented the Second Annual Senior Concerto Concert at Kirk in the Hills. Read more for a full list of soloists and additional photos.

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  • Join Us for Celebration Night!


    You are cordially invited to join us for the annual IB Middle Years Programme (MYP) Personal Project Celebration Night on Monday, April 27, at 7 p.m. at BHHS. The purpose this night is to recognize the hard work of our students and to give them an opportunity to share their Personal Projects with the community.

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  • CeleBHration a Success!


    The BHS Foundation CeleBHration, held March 20 at Pine Lake Country Club, was a tremendous success! The event raised more than $75,000 to be used by the BHS Foundation to support its mission of funding unique and innovative programs for our students...

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  • DHH & National Reading Month


    Students in the Deaf and Hard of Hearing program at Eastover Elementary enjoyed National Reading Month. DHH volunteers attended classes to read to the students.

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  • State Solo & Ensemble Festival


    Congratulations to the BHHS Band and Orchestra students who performed at the State Solo and Ensemble Festival held Saturday, March 21, at Stoney Creek High School in Rochester! The 9th Grade students played a solo, and the 10th -12th grade students performed a solo, major and minor scales, a Chromatic Scale, and Sight Reading. Click here to see the fantastic results!

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  • DHH Night At The Museum


    Join the Deaf & Hard of Hearing Program for “Night at the Museum” on Friday, March 27, from 6 - 8 p.m. in the BHHS cafeteria. Featuring the DIA Art Mobile Museum, local deaf artists, student drama/ALS skits, an art exhibit, face painting, “make and take” art projects, and a pasta dinner! The cost for entry is $5 per person/$15 per family.

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  • National Scholastic Art Winners


    Congratulations to the BHHS 2015 Scholastic Art Award National winners! Junior Shayna Greenley received a national silver medal for Ceramics. Senior Olivia Keener received two national silver awards for her digital photography. Senior Micha Paulateer received a national gold medal for her darkroom photograph.They will be honored at Carnegie Hall in New York on June 11, 2015.

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  • Athletic Transportation Change

    As our budget message to you last week indicated, some "nibbles" must be taken from across the district to help balance the 2014-2015 budget. One of the changes we will implement for the foreseeable future is the athletic transportation we provide...

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  • Student Leadership Teams Up with The Bottomless Toy Chest


    On Tuesday, March 17, Student Leadership wrapped gifts for the The Bottomless Toy Chest, a non-profit organization that brings toys, joy, and hope to sick kids. Click here to see a video recap of their community service day.

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  • In Loving Memory


    We are sad to share with you news of the passing of Letitia Tappin on Sunday afternoon following a serious illness. Letitia was the former principal of Eastover Elementary School and Hickory Grove Elementary School and a teacher at Conant Elementary and most recently at West Hills Middle School...

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  • Eastover Students Donate to Troops Overseas


    Eastover Elementary participated in "Spring for our Troops," a community service project. Students worked with the Eastover PTO and the organization "Desert Angels" to collect and mail supplies to troops stationed overseas.

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  • Behind the Scenes of Reading Exhibition


    First grade students at Way Elementary participated in the Behind the Scenes of Reading Exhibition. Students performed a musical for family and friends about books and reading. Afterwards they returned to their individual classrooms to share their projects and what they have learned within the Visible Thinking framework. To view the photo gallery click here.

  • 9th Grade Band Visits Revelli Hall


    The BHHS 9th Grade Band spent the day at Revelli Hall on the University of Michigan Campus last Tuesday, March 17, where they received instruction from Dr. John Pasquale, Director of the famed Michigan Marching Band, as well as performing and demonstrating for the U/M Music Education students taught by Dr. Colleen Conway, Professor of Music Education.

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  • Go Bionic Black Hawks!


    The Bionic Black Hawks Robotics Team won first place in the Gull Lake (Kalamazoo) FIRST Michigan District Robotics tournament! “The team also earned the ‘Engineering Inspiration’ award, which recognizes outstanding success in advancing respect and appreciation for engineering within a team’s school and community,” said Coach Andrew Raine.

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  • GIVING 4 GAVIN Blood Drive


    Bloomfield Hills Middle School students organized the GIVING 4 GAVIN Red Cross Blood Drive. "The students, now 6th graders, are doing 100% of the work and will be taking shifts to work at the blood drive. It should be a very busy, rewarding day!" said Katie Walkenhorst, teacher at BHMS. For more photos click here.

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  • 39th Annual Biffstock Pledge Drive


    The Biff held their 39th Annual Biffstock Pledge Drive on Friday, March 20, from 8 a.m. - midnight with live programming. WBFH students collected money and pledges from listeners in the community to help underwrite radio station enhancement expenses. Donations can still be made by phone (248) 341-WBFH or online at wbfh.fm.

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  • Congrats, Ananyaa!


    Congrats to 9th grader, Ananyaa Kumar, on qualifying for the Michigan Future Problem Solving State Bowl at Michigan State University! She earned a 3rd place ranking in the qualifying round and will be competing at MSU this weekend.

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  • Bloomfield Hills Schools voted 2015 Best Communities for Music Education!


    Bloomfield Hills Schools has been named one of 388 school districts in the nation as a Best Community for Music Education by The NAMM Foundation. The district is recognized for demonstrating an unwavering commitment to providing comprehensive music education for all students.

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  • Multicultural Celebration


    Join us at the Multicultural Celebration: A Celebration of our Community’s Heritage on Friday, March 27, 6:30 - 9:00 pm at West Hills Middle School. You will experience sights, sounds and flavors from every continent! All are welcome. Join the fun – dress festively and display your heritage! Tickets will be available at the door, but please RSVP by contacting Leah Abel at leahabel@hotmail.com.

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  • Girls' Hockey State Runner-Up!


    Congratulations to the girls' varsity hockey team for earning the title of 2015 D2 State Runner-Up in the MMGHSHL! The Black Hawks faced Farmington Hills Mercy on Saturday, March 14, falling by a score of 6-0. They finish the season with a 15-8 record.

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  • Calculator Drive to Benefit Pontiac Schools


    For her MYP Personal Project, sophomore Katie Baxter is collecting gently used calculators for students in Pontiac Public Schools. Donations are being collected at Yummy Cupcakes, the BHHS main office, or text 248.760.4016 for pick-up.

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  • #Yards4Yeards - Week Three 470,000+ Yards!


    *Week three finished at 470,000+ yards!* The BHHS girls and boys lacrosse teams joined forces to run 'Yards for Yeards’ in honor of Yeardley Love, a former college lacrosse player who was killed as result of domestic violence. The teams have a goal to run over 1 MILLION yards!

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  • IB Art Show

    IB Art Show

    IB Diploma Programme seniors, Regina Demaggio, Amanda Moss, and Ashley Wade, recently exhibited their work during the the IB Art Show in the BHHS main campus media center. On Monday, March 9, they held a luncheon attended by students, family, teachers, high school administrators, and district personnel. Check out photos from the luncheon here.

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  • Teacher Achievement Showcase

    Ms. Riggan with her softball awards

    Teachers at Bloomfield Hills High School recently created a “Teacher Achievement Showcase”, where the staff brought in awards they have saved from childhood. Awards range from newspaper clips, to ribbons in showjumping, to trophies - and even a Merit Badge sash!

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  • Oakland Schools Hosts Family Engineering Night!


    PARENTS: Inspire and explore engineering with your child (ages10-14) and become part of the next generation of critical thinkers and problem-solvers with this exciting evening of hands-on activities and events! Free admission and door prizes!

    Click here for more information.

  • 1:World Parent Sessions


    Would you like to learn the technologies that your children are using? Join us for free training!

    March 18 - Introduction to Google Apps
    March 23 - Introduction to the iPad
    March 30 - Introduction to Digital Citizenship

    Click here for more registration information.

  • What will happen to "Lahser"?


    How do you see the future of our properties? In the fall of 2015, Bloomfield Hills Schools will have four properties not in use and we're asking for your ideas! Come share with us your vision for the future in one of many small focus groups. Each date and time has a different primary focus. Please select the group that best suits your ideas.

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  • Open Barn & Egg Hunt


    Ready for spring? Join us on March 28th for the first Charles L. Bowers Farm Open Barn event! This fun-filled day starts at 12:00 p.m.

    Click here for more information.

  • Warm Your Toes with Wool Socks Made from Bowers Farm Wool!


    The Friends of the Farm are selling wool socks produced by the Columbia sheep at the Charles L. Bowers School Farm. The wool was harvested from the sheep by students. Then the wool was cleaned by the Friends of the Farm members and sent to a Michigan Mill to be further cleaned and prepared into socks.

    For order information click here.

  • Is your child ready for kindergarten?

    Get this and other worksheets at: www.education.com

    It’s that time of year again. Parents of high school seniors start picturing empty bedrooms, middle school students anticipate the high school halls, and preschool parents wonder, “is my child ready for kindergarten?”

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Calendar of Events

Thu Apr 02

Half Day AM K12

District Wide
Fri Apr 03

No School K12 - Good Friday Holiday

District Wide
7:00am - 7:00pm

Passover begins at sundown today

District Wide
5:00pm - 11:00pm
Mon Apr 06

Spring Break K12

District Wide
Tue Apr 07

Spring Break K12

District Wide
Wed Apr 08

Spring Break K12

District Wide
Thu Apr 09

Spring Break K12

District Wide
Fri Apr 10

Spring Break K12

District Wide
Mon Apr 20

BIC Meeting

Conference Room F (internal use only)
2:00pm - 5:00pm
Wed Apr 22

FFLA Committee Meeting

Conference Room F (internal use only)
8:30am - 11:30am

Bloomfield Youth Guidance Outstanding Youth Citizen Dinner Program

Bloomfield Open Hunt Club
6:30pm - 9:00pm
Thu Apr 23

Board of Education Meeting

Room C, Room D - Training Room, Room A, Room B
7:00pm - 10:00pm