The Deaf and Hard of Hearing Program located within Bloomfield Hills School District is a language-intensive program for Deaf and hard of hearing students who reside within Oakland County. Referrals to this program are generated by resident district Directors of Special Education.
Deaf and hard of hearing students from preschool through high school age, are referred to the DHH Program by their resident district Directors of Special Education.
Upon receipt of a referral, DHH Staff within Bloomfield Hills review student records, including a current MET, and observe the student. If the student is eligible for the language-intensive DHH Program, the Supervisor of the DHH Program either accepts the student via a new IEP or via a Notice of FAPE form (for 30 school days), both of which are provided by the student's resident district.
Following DHH Supervisor receipt of the completed IEP or Notice of FAPE form, the student's family completes enrollment paperwork for Bloomfield Hills School District. These enrollment forms are available below or the parent can choose to complete the forms in person in the DHH Supervisor's Office at East Hills Middle School.
Student Enrollment Form
Request for Educational Records
Student Health Questionnaire
Statement of Conduct
Statement of Behavior
At the conclusion of the enrollment process, the student becomes an official Bloomfield Hills Schools student and receives a class schedule/assignment. Resident districts maintain transportation responsibility.