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Athletics at Bloomfield Hills School in Oakland County

In Bloomfield Hills Schools, we not only build healthy minds, we encourage healthy bodies through athletic participation. This philosophy is instilled at an early age in physical education courses and honed through organized team participation. The playing field is a place to build athletic skills, character, teamwork, and sportsmanship.

Students Playing Sports in Michigan

Physical education begins in kindergarten while team and individual sports begin in middle school and expand in the high school arena. Junior varsity and varsity sports offer all students the opportunity to participate in athletic programs. Self-control, discipline, focus, and concentration are all by-products of involvement in individually-centered sports, like golf, or traditional team sports, like football. Our coaches encourage and develop skills that serve our students well beyond their high school years.

Unique courses and teams:
  • Equestrian
  • Figure Skating
  • Skiing
  • Cardio and Core Conditioning
  • Lifetime individual sports
  • Lacrosse
  • Badminton

Concussion Protocol

1. A student with a suspected concussion is evaluated by the Athletic Trainer or one of the athletic training interns.

2. If a concussion is found, the student is referred to a physician.

3. The student is given the Concussion Referral Form which highlights symptoms observed and history of the injury. A parent or guardian will be called for transportation home.

4. The Concussion Referral Form is asked to be returned for an official diagnosis, return to play plan and any other accommodations recommended by the physician in order to communicate to others (staff, coaches etc.,)

5. Once the form is returned, the counselors are notified of the students concussion.

6. The athletic department will follow up as more information is received from physicians on follow up visits.

Athletic News:

Boys Basketball Falls 69-70 to Groves

Groves came to visit Bloomfield Hills High School on Thursday, December 14, 2017. It was a hard fought game that left the Black Hawks coming up one point short with a 70-69 loss. BHHS now holds a record of 1-2.

The Black Hawks game high scorer was senior wing Joe Hecker, who netted 19 points. Tyler Canfield, Grant Ellis and Dean Hysni all had 14 points. Jayden Redeemer also contributed with 8 points.

On Tuesday, December 19, the Black Hawks travel to Birmingham to face the Seaholm Maples at 7 p.m.

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Boys Basketball Falls to Cass Tech

The boys varsity basketball team traveled to #2 state ranked, Cass Tech High School, on Tuesday, December 12. The Black Hawks gave the Technicians a tough game into the third quarter. In the end, Cass Tech pulled away giving the Black Hawks their first loss of the season. The final score was 71-44.

Leading the way for Bloomfield Hills, was senior guard, Tyler Canfield with 12 points. Senior center, Grant Ellis netted 10 points. Also contributing in the scoring column was Dean Hysni with 7 points and Joe Hecker with 6 points. 

The Black Hawks take on the Groves Falcons at home on Thursday, December 15, at 7 p.m.

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