Bloomfield Hills High School theatre presents Leading Ladies (by Ken Ludwig) on May 7, 8, and 9 at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are $8 and can be purchased during all lunches or at the door. Join us for this hilarious comedy, it is sure to be a hit! BHS senior gold card members can email email@example.com with their name and the night they would like to attend and tickets will be waiting for them at the door.
Join us on Wednesday, May 6, from 7 - 8:30 p.m. at WHMS for the PYP 5th Grade Exhibition: Sharing The Planet. We look forward to sharing this exciting event with you!
Join us at the Bloomfield Boosters 20th Annual Golf Outing at the Shenandoah Country Club on May 17, 2015! The event includes 18 holes of golf with a cart, course beverages, afterglow, awards and prizes. For team registration, sponsorship options and questions please contact Mike Cowdrey at 248.433.0885 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Read more for participant registration forms.
Congratulations to the BHHS forensics team for a fantastic finish at the Michigan Interscholastic Forensics Association State Tournament! The team won second place in Class A with 529 sweepstakes points with only 11 points separating the first and second place teams. Individual state champions include: Erica Schuman in Broadcasting, Michael Russo in Oratory, Jubilee Jackson in Storytelling, Amith Lohitsa and Ed Rushton in Duo. For a full list of results, click the link above.
The Piety Hill Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution and Bloomfield Hills Schools hosted the Historic Site Plaque Dedication of the Wing Lake Stone Schoolhouse! Read more to view photos of the event.
Brian Goby, Director of Physical Plant Services, earned the Meridian Award from the Michigan School Business Officials for his PROJECT GATEWAY: Transitions to New Learning! "In order to facilitate the transition of middle school students experiencing a traditional classroom setting to a more open, collaborative setting, Brian Goby worked with administrative staff and building leadership to develop the concept and build transition areas in the middle school. These transition areas, called GATEWAYS, mimic some of the new areas being built into the new high school," said Superintendent Dr. Rob Glass, "This innovative concept will result in increased learning."
Congratulations to the BHS Foundation's latest grant recipients! The prize patrol was on the move on April 17 awarding 14 grants to students, teachers and staff in Bloomfield Hills Schools. Winning grants included a Side-by-Side Concert with the Birmingham Bloomfield Symphony Orchestra, a World Religions Journey, an Urban Farming Initiative, a Global Village Field Trip, a Water Appreciation study and more. Visit the BHS Foundation website at www.bloomfield.org/Foundation for a complete list of grants.
Students from preschool through 5th grade (including children of faculty) are invited to Pirates and Princesses: A High Seas Soiree, on Friday, May 8, from 5 - 7 p.m. at the 9th Grade Campus. This themed scavenger hunt will donate all proceeds to children with cancer at St. Jude's Hospital. Cost $15/per child and $5/per adult. RSVP by May 6 to email@example.com.
Board of Education Secretary Cynthia von Oeyen will be recognized at the Greater West Bloomfield Michigan Week Celebration with the 2015 Lifetime Volunteer Leadership Award. Cynthia's contributions to the Bloomfield Hills Schools and greater community over the past 20 + years are many and varied and have touched virtually every aspect of the community and school district.
Bloomfield Hills High School will be hosting a fall Blood Drive on Monday, May 18, from 8 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. When you become a blood donor, you become a potential lifesaver! Please consider donating blood if you are able. Walk ins are welcome!