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Featured News

  • Watch Debunking the Middle-class Myth on bhs-tv!


    DAERR presented: Debunking the Middle-class Myth: Why Diverse Schools are Good for All Kids with Eileen Kugler on Monday evening. If you missed it you can view the video here: Debunking the Middle-class Myth

  • Construction Update - December 2014


    Click here to check out the December 2014 construction update on the new high school!

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  • DP Extended Essay Celebration


    The IB Diploma Programme (DP) teachers recently hosted a lunch for the DP seniors as a celebration for the completion of their Extended Essays (EE). Congratulations to the following DP seniors: Regina DiMaggio, Rami Ebrahim, Nicholas Gilmour, Amanda Mossm Christopher Saker, Jennifer Spiegel, Davin Surio, Ashley Wade, and Renee Zorzi.

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  • SAVE THE DATE! Master Property Plan - Community Meetings


    Bloomfield Hills Schools will host 3 community meetings to discuss the BHS Master Property Plan. The meetings will take place from 7pm to 9pm as follows:

    • Wed, January 14 @ East Hills Middle School, 2800 Kensington Road
    • Wed, January 21 @ Bloomfield Hills Middle School, 4200 West Quarton Road
    • Wed, January 28 @ West Hills Middle School, 2601 Lone Pine Road

  • Winners of the Young Authors' Festival


    Kaylah Walker and Samantha Azzoli, students at Eastover Elementary, were recently selected as the 3rd grade 1st and 2nd place winners in the writing contest for the Young Authors' Festival held at the University of Michigan-Dearborn. The contest was for students in grades three through five.

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  • BHMS Couldn't Be Prouder . . .

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    BHMS is truly fortunate to have so many extra-curricular opportunities for our students, and they never let us down! Look at some of the great accomplishments that took place on Saturday, December 6.

    BAND AND ORCHESTRA: Many BHMS 7th & 8th grade band and orchestra students participated in the District Solo and Ensemble Festival and made their teachers, Mrs. Baldwin and Ms. Peterson proud! Please take a look at this list of students who received honors. BHMS Solo & Ensemble Results.pdf

    FORENSICS: Our Fall Forensics team had a successful tournament at Central Michigan University. BHMS entered students in 14 categories and took first place in seven of them, including a double win for Original Interpretation. Two-thirds of the 37 pieces that were entered received an award. Please open this PDF to see the summary of winners. BHMS Fall Forensics Results.pdf

    ROBOTICS: BHMS teams continue to bring home the hardware at district and state-level tournaments. Several teams participated in various level tournaments. Please open this PDF to see the impressive results! BHMS Robotics Team December 6 Tournament Results.pdf

  • Chamber Choir & The Jills To Perform at Orchestra Hall


    The Jills and Chamber Choir, under the direction of BHHS Choir Director, Jessica Riley, will be performing at the Detroit Symphony Orchestra's Home for the Holidays concert series December 19 - December 21, 2014, at Orchestra Hall in Detroit. To purchase tickets, click here.

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  • Congratulations Cameron Nickleson!

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    “I want to be a leader on the field so my teammates can experience more,” said Cameron Nickleson, 6th grade student at East Hills Middle School. Nickleson was one of six best student athletes selected to be on “Team Next,” representing the Under Armour, a large sports clothing and accessories company. Thousands of student athletes entered the contest nation-wide.

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  • AP Language Students Record TED Presentation


    Juniors, Kelly Wester, Sarah O'Mara, Emilia Irmscher, and Grace Beltowski, from Mrs. Blair’s AP Language class, recently created a TED presentation about the dangers of eating disorders and preventative measures a parent can take to protect their children. Click here to watch their presentation.

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  • Computer Science Education Week - Hour of Code in Bloomfield Hills Schools


    Elementary students at Conant, Eastover, Lone Pine and Way all participated in “Hour of Code” this week. Middle school and High School classes also participated when it fit in within their curriculum.

    "Hour of Code" is a one-hour introduction to computer science, designed to demystify code and show that anybody can learn the basics. The second annual event is celebrated across the country and recognizes Computer Science Education Week.

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  • Brendan Eathorne & Christine MacKenzie Awarded at Board of Education Meeting


    Brendan Eathorne and Christine MacKenzie were recognized at the Board of Education Meeting for their accomplishments.

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  • Eileen Kugler Speaks at Bloomfield Hills Schools


    “Continue to find ways to create opportunities for equity. Because it’s not just about ‘those kids,’ it’s about all of our kids. Every kid, every teacher, every parent is going to be enriched by strong, diverse schools….It is not making lemonade out of lemons, believe me. It is the best thing that can happen to you,” said Eileen Kugler, while speaking at Bloomfield Hills Schools. Kugler is the author of the book “Debunking the Middle-class Myth: Why Diverse Schools are Good for All Kids.”

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  • 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.

  • Limited Tuition Spots Open

    Bloomfield Hills Schools has limited spots available for second semester tuition students. If you are interested in learning more about our district, tuition program, or individual schools, please call Student Services at 248.341.6390.

  • Encore Magazine


    We would like to announce the very first issue of Encore, the magazine for alumni and friends of Bloomfield Hills Schools! In this magazine, you will find articles about our fantastic alumni, retired staff, teachers and students. To read the online version click here.

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  • Hour of Code @ BHHS


    This week, STEM students at BHHS are participating in the Computer Science Education Week's Hour of Code. They will be working on different activities each day covering a variety of coding, programming, and computer science. The goal of the week is to introduce students to computer programming and show them that the world of technology is for everyone.

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  • Parents' Night Out


    Parents! If you're in the need of an evening on your own, please click on the link below in order to check out the Bowers School Farm programs designed for children ages 3+. These fun-filled programs will be held on designated Saturday evenings this upcoming December, January and February. Your children will be learning and having fun at Bowers Farm, while you're getting ready for the holidays or simply relaxing!

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  • Girls' Lacrosse Gives Back


    On Tuesday, December 9, the Black Hawks girls' lacrosse team donated their time at St. Hugo of the Hills Church to help The Ladies of Charity assemble boxes for food packages to be delivered over the holidays. The packages will go out to over 150 local families in need.

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  • Freedom House Presents at Model High School

    Thomas Rogers, Program Manager for Freedom House

    Staff and residents of Freedom House visited Model High school. Students had the opportunity to hear about the services and activities provided by Freedom House as well as personal stories from individuals who have gained asylum in the United States.

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  • Awareness Day at BHHS


    BHHS held Awareness Day on Tuesday, December 9. Guest speakers from BBCC and FAN shared their personal stories and experiences surrounding substance abuse, peer pressure, and also offered helpful resources. Parents and students also participated in breakout sessions after the presentation.

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  • BHHS Students Create and Donate Planter Boxes to BHMS


    Bloomfield Hills High School students Christian Kassab, Olivia Lopez, Jack Wallat, and Kaila Young participated in a project-based learning assignment where they created and donated planter boxes to Bloomfield Hills Middle School.

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  • BSA Raises $1,500 for Local Families


    The BHHS Black Student Alliance club raised a total of $1,522.80 through their Battle of the Advisory/Change for a Change charity event. With this money they "adopted" 10 families in need during the holiday season.

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  • Chris Paul Visits Bloomfield Hills High School


    “Don’t be average in anything you do, be the best you can be,” said Chris Paul, basketball player for the Los Angeles Clippers in the NBA. Paul visited Bloomfield Hills High School to speak with students about the importance of education and working hard to succeed.

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  • District Rule About Dogs at School


    In honor of Dr. Seuss' newly found "lost stories", we offer this reminder . . .

    Please don’t forget the District rule.
    You may not have a dog at school.
    Not in the front.
    Not in the back.
    Not on a leash.
    Not in a pack.
    Not in the day.
    Not at sports play.
    Not at a scheduled school soirée.
    Please do not have your dog at school.
    It breaks the rule.
    And that’s not cool. - (an original poem by BHMS Secretary, Melanie Parks)

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  • One year to go!


    Facing the final year of construction for the academic opening, the whole team has kicked into an entirely new gear…and it’s a fast one! Staying on time and on budget hasn’t been easy, but project managers are confident that the current pace of construction will keep the project running completely on time.

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Calendar of Events

Mon Dec 22

Winter Break

District Wide
Tue Dec 23

Winter Break

District Wide
Wed Dec 24

Winter Break

District Wide
Thu Dec 25

Winter Break

District Wide
Fri Dec 26

Winter Break

District Wide
Mon Dec 29

Winter Break

District Wide
Tue Dec 30

Winter Break

District Wide
Wed Dec 31

Winter Break

District Wide
Thu Jan 01

Winter Break

District Wide
Fri Jan 02

Winter Break

District Wide
Wed Jan 07

FFLA Committee Meeting

Conference Room F (internal use only)
8:30am - 11:30am
Tue Jan 13

BIC Meeting

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