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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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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.
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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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Join us on December 8, from 6:30-8:30pm at the Booth Doyle Center. Global speaker and thought-leader, Eileen Kugler, will share lessons from diverse schools around the world that highlight the unique strengths of diverse schools that are commitment to equity and excellence.
For families who need to activate an account by December 9th or for families who are looking to make changes to a current account, detailed instructions and information may be found at the following website: http://www.bloomfield.org/webconnect/schoolmessenger/index.aspx.
The Bloomfield Hills Schools P.R.E.P. program hosted an art show. Students created artist journals, mosaic tiles, collages, prints, quilt squares and more! For more photos click here.
Head over to the BHS Facebook page before December 1st (https://www.facebook.com/BHSchools) and tell us what your child is thankful for and you could win a pair of tickets to the Red Wings game on December 2nd!
You may have read recently about a little orphaned deer, residing in Pleasant Ridge and being cared for by Pleasant Ridge families. Well, the little deer they named "Baby" is moving to the E.L. Johnson Nature Center in Bloomfield!
Bloomin' Preschool Fox Hills students shared music numbers with the students and staff of Wing Lake and Booth Center on November 21, 2014. The performance was a great dress rehearsal for their upcoming Thanksgiving concert!
Eastover Elementary students hopped to their feet and sang rock songs about healthy nutrition at the assembly Jump with Jill. "Best known as 'the world's only rock & roll nutrition show,' the touring live production transformed nutrition education into a rock & roll nutrition concert."
Did you know students in Bloomfield Hills Schools carry hundreds, if not thousands, of books and resources to and from school each day? The latest district investment called "One to World" has recently put iPads in the hands of teachers and students kindergarten to 8th grade. "This is an investment in our students, the work our teachers have already been doing, and in our future as a district," said Superintendent Rob Glass.
The Bionic Black Hawks high school robotics team hosted BLOOMFIELD BASH!, a state-qualifier tournament for teams competing in the First Lego League (4th - 6th grade) at West Hills Middle School. A total of 26 teams from Southeast Michigan competed for a chance to continue to the state FLL tournament. Bloomfield had five of their 16 teams participate in the competition.
Enjoy the sounds of the Chamber Choir and The Jills on Friday, December 5, from 6:30-9:30 p.m. as they carol together again at Greenfield Village's Holiday Nights program. Visit the program website for more details.