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Andover and Lahser were combined in the fall of 2013 to become Bloomfield Hills High School. The new/renovated BHHS campus is set to open in the fall of 2015.
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Thank you for joining us at the Celebrating Lahser & Andover, the end of an era! Friends and teachers reunited and walked through their school one last time!
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As of 8:45 p.m. on Tuesday, April 15th, 2014, all Bloomfield Hills Schools buildings have power and are up and running.
The more I continue to think about the authentic processes of being a musician and the shift in culture after beginning Making Thinking Visible, my thinking has changed. This looks (sounds) different in a music room.
The Family Sign Language Program in Bloomfield Hills Schools has been open to the public for over twenty-five years. We began this program to encourage family and friends to learn and communicate in sign language with our Deaf and Hard of Hearing students. At present, we have approximately 100 Deaf and Hard of Hearing students in our program spanning from Early Intervention through High School.
This week, Bloomfield Hills High School students will be celebrating Homecoming Week. They will dress up each day and compete with each other to show their school spirit, finalize the finishing touches on their Homecoming Dance outfits, cheer at the first...
The Bionic Black Hawks Robotic Team is a proud member of the F.I.R.S.T. (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotic Community, which was founded by Dean Kamen, a world-renown inventor and entrepreneur. The Bionic Black Hawks combines the excitement of a varsity sport with an actual robot as the object of the game. Students receive hands-on training from adult mentors who help team members discover how rewarding a career in engineering or technology can be.
As a result of the recent news reports regarding prayer on the football field, there seems to be a fundamental misunderstanding of what is and is not allowed in our public schools.
Public schools are, by definition, schools that are maintained at public expense for the education of the children of a community. The students who attend our district are incredibly diverse, representing over 60 languages spoken and a wide range of ethnic, cultural, and religious backgrounds. We celebrate these differences with culture fairs, extensive world language programs, and a plethora of other activities which allow our students to develop a rich community of understanding and friendship.
“Each and every day, we try to bring much of the real world into the classroom. These students get a chance to see a full design project, from ideas and brainstorming, to the point that the freshmen in my class will be able to actually be in the new building…we are very excited for this opportunity.” - Mr. Zulkiewski, Drafting, Architecture & Engineering teacher
While I spent part of tonight thinking about the history of Andover’s Little Theatre and all the shows that have come and gone, I couldn’t help but feel growing hope and excitement for the future...
This school year began during some rather warm days of September. Students, parents and staff were all prepared to get those first few days underway...
Unfortunately, both parents and teachers are being targeted…
The term growth has been thrown around a lot the last few years with all of the education “reform” that has been pushed through legislation, especially here in the state of Michigan.