2015 BHHS alum and National Scholastic award-winning artist, Micha Paulateer, is currently featured on the PBS.org website for her 2015 Gold Medal photography submission. Micah submitted a photograph she took of her brother sharing, "This photo changed my perspective on an 11-year-old's power." To view Micha's article on PBS.org click here.
Welcome to Bloomfield Hills High School! This is a very exciting time for the high school as we start a new era in our new building for the 2015-16 school year. Bloomfield Hills High School is the product of the consolidation of Andover High School (1955–2013) and Lahser High School (1967–2013). Our new campus houses Bloomfield Hills High School grades 9-12, provides a permanent facility on-site for Model Center, and offers highly collaborative and technical learning spaces for our high school students.
Join us on Wednesday, October 14, 2015, at 7:30 p.m. for the Side-by-Side Orchestra Concert featuring the BBSO and BHHS Orchestras. This event will be held at the Lahser campus auditorium and is sponsored by the Bloomfield Hills Schools Foundation.
The 9A Learning Community has created a blog to share students' explorations in English, Math, Social Studies, and Science! Check out their blog here: http://bhhslc9a.blogspot.com
"It is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that a school district and its residents get to construct a piece of the future. But that is exactly what we've had the great fortune to be able to do in our community and that is what we celebrate today," said Dr. Rob Glass, Superintendent, at the Bloomfield Hills High School Grand Opening Ceremony. "The new BHHS is a true hybrid of everything that is, has been, and will be Bloomfield."
During this week's Advisory lessons, sophomore students created an inquiry question that will guide their Personal Project. They viewed videos, read the Student Guide, and discussed the difference between an acceptable and a highly challenging goal for their project. Each student selected one aspect of one Global Context to apply to his/her project, in order to broaden its scope. Additionally, students made connections between the Inquiry Cycle and the Personal Project. Students continued to complete the Personal Project Plan Sheet. Reading and discussing page 11 in the Student Guide provided students with examples of Process Journals. Regardless of the format selected, each student uses the Process Journal to record his/her work and thinking throughout the project.
Check out the Personal Project Student Guide on pages 8 through 11 to learn more!
Have questions? Click on the link below to send an email.
Jenelle Williams, MYP Coordinator/Personal Project Coordinator
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