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Between emergency, enrollment, and athletic forms, parents complete quite a bit of paperwork. If you’re missing something, find it here.
Andover and Lahser will combine in the fall of 2013 to become Bloomfield Hills High School. The new/renovated BHHS is set to open in the fall of 2015.
We are proud to offer a comprehensive curriculum to students in preschool through twelfth grade. Discover the incredible opportunities we provide each learner.
We are pleased to provide personal tours, enabling you to visit schools when it is most convenient. We look forward to meeting you and your children!
We are unable to count the reasons why people love Bloomfield! Learn just some of the reasons families move to our neighborhoods and send their children to our schools.
Bloomfield Hills Schools generally holds Board meetings on the first and third Thursday of each month, beginning at 7 p.m. For additional meeting information, click here.
If you weren't able to make a Board meeting, or were present and would like to review what happened, read the meeting minutes here.
Did you know that full-time employees can enroll their children at BHS free-of-charge? Click here to view employment opportunities at Michigan's finest school district.
From our exceptional D/HH program, to Wing Lake Developmental Center's warm and welcoming environment, BHS is proud of the myriad of services we offer special education students.
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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Farmington Hills police have assured us that we can take our buildings out of Secure Mode and resume a normal school day. Thank you for your patience and cooperation!
Are you tired of elected officials turning their backs on our community's schools? Want to make your voice heard at the Capitol? Take action today and sign up for the Tri-County Alliance for Public Education Legislative Action Center.
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Save the Date!
On Monday, March 19, 2014, at 7:00pm, Dr. Vickie L. Markavitch, Superintendent of Oakland Schools, will deliver the State of Oakland County Schools Address to parents, administrators, teachers, support staff, state and county officials, community agencies, and the general public.
State of the Schools Address - Oakland County
Congratulations to the 11 BHHS art students whose work was recently selected to be part of the 2014 Tri-County High School Exhibition at Wayne State University. Additionally, 2 BHHS art students also were selected to have their work displayed in the Birmingham Bloomfield ArtCenter Regional High School Exhibit. To see the winning entries, click here.
Join us for a screening of the film American Promise on March 27th at 6:30 p.m. in rooms A/B/C at Booth Center (7273 Wing Lake Road). American Promise, which spans 13 years as Joe Brewster and Michèle Stephenson, middle-class African-American parents in Brooklyn, N.Y., turn their cameras on their son, Idris, and his best friend, Seun, who make their way through one of the most prestigious private schools in the country.
Congratulations to the varsity boys' basketball team for winning the District Championship! The Black Hawks defeated Farmington-Harrison 83-44 on Friday, March 7, to seal the 2014 title.
Start a new family tradition and help us celebrate the coming of spring. Warm days and freezing nights are the best weather conditions for producing sweet sap...
BHHS senior, John Schihl, won the MHSAA D1 State Championship in the 100 Breaststroke on Saturday, March 8! His time is the 2nd fastest time ever in the history of the state, as well as an All-American time. Way to go, John!
Reshma Saujani, Girls Who Code founder & CEO, visited BHHS on March 3. BHHS is only one of two high schools in Michigan to have a Girls Who Code club.
Parent-free evenings of fun on the farm. A series of mini-camps, including science-based projects, and engaging farm animal experiences for children ages 3 years and older.
Bloomfield Hills High School expresses our deepest condolences to the family of Mike Rado, former Bloomfield Hills Lahser High School teacher and swim coach. There will be a gathering today at the pool deck after school for those wishing to pay their respects.