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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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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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“I think that kids will feel really awesome then they get the shoes people donated!” Eli Fox, 4th grade student exclaimed, “I donated a couple pairs of shoes.”
Students at Way Elementary are participating in a shoe drive. All students in Bloomfield Hills Schools are welcome to participate. Please drop off your donations at Way Elementary by Tuesday, October 21.
Construction crews have been busy at the new Bloomfield Hills High School site. Read more to view the progress from this October.
As you are likely aware, the United States has been experiencing a nationwide outbreak of enterovirus D68 (EV-D68) associated with severe respiratory illness that has been especially harmful to children. To address this public health concern, the U.S. Department of Education and our federal health partners have provided a number of informational resources.
To access the are CDC resources about EV-D68 developed for parents click the READ MORE button.
BHHS Student Leadership will be holding a Blood Drive on Wednesday, November 5, from 8 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. at the main campus. If you are interested in donating, click here for contact information.
Our community schools are at risk and the Lame Duck legislative session this December may determine their viability for the future. I ask that you attend a very critical meeting about preserving our system of public education.
When: December 2 at 6:00pm
Where: Bloomfield Hills Middle School
Click here to read more.
On Wednesday, October 15, the Fall Orchestra Concert took place at the high school. A wonderful arrangement of music was performed by the 9th Grade Orchestra, Philharmonic Orchestra, and Symphony Orchestra. Senior Orchestra students received special recognition (see photograph).
The BHS Foundation treated its 2014 Founders Fund donors to a special fair at the Charles L. Bowers School Farm on Monday, October 6. All contributors to the BHSF spring 2014 fundraiser were invited to see their contributions in action as teachers showcased their grant programs with the help of their students.
IB and DP Visual Arts students, along with Mrs. Brownson, recently toured ArtPrize; an international and non-profit competition. Students explored downtown Grand Rapids; meeting artists and gaining inspiration from the various mediums and meanings behind each piece.
Bloomfield Hills High School will host the Second Annual Bloomfield Girls Robotics Competition on Saturday, November 1, 2014. Approximately 4-5 senior girls will receive $1,000 college scholarships. Bloomfield Hills Schools FTC and FLL teams will also be present to showcase their talents.
Field goal challenge: How hard can it be? Local 4 News stopped by BHHS to find out! Black Hawks placekicker, Matt Haji-Sheikh, shows us how it's done in this video.