Jenny She, Bloomfield Hills High School student, won the third place award and a $500 scholarship for the Annual Financial Literacy Art Contest! Her piece entitled "Save Money, Live Better" described how money is earned, managed, invested and donated. The contest, sponsored by Oakland County Treasurer Andy Meisner and in partnership with Oakland Schools, featured work from ten public school districts throughout Oakland County.
Bloomfield Hills High School
Welcome to Bloomfield Hills High School! 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.
Please take a moment to complete the 2017 Bloomfield Hills Schools Community Survey! www.bloomfield.org/2017survey The results from this survey guide our thinking for the year(s) to come. Survey closes May 5, 2017 at noon.
Next week is Teacher Appreciation Week!
Please click HERE if you can help bake to spoil our wonderful staff!!
We want to show them all how much we appreciate all their efforts throughout the year!!
The BHHS Jazz Bands have been invited to perform at the historic Cliff Bells in Downtown Detroit on Monday, May 22 beginning at 7 p.m.! There is no cover for this event, however, reservations should be made ahead of time by calling (313) 961-2543. CLICK HERE for the event link.
Congratulations to seniors, Anna Barrera Garza (art) and Miles Eichenhorn (music), for receiving the 2017 Robert C.J. Traub Memorial Scholarship! Also, kudos to our alternate winners Elizabeth Hungerman (art) and Nathan Gittleman (music).
The second annual Battle of Bloomfield took place on Friday, April 21, 2017, at Bloomfield Hills High School. The event kicked-off with students vs. faculty followed by Bloomfield Police Department vs. Bloomfield Fire Department basketball games. The police team won 29-26 in an exciting overtime match! Thank you to BHHS Student Leadership and Bloomfield Youth Assistance for coordinating this event.
Class of 2018 students who would like to purchase a parking permit for the 2017-2018 school year, must have ALL previous fines and fees paid before they complete the Senior Parking Application and return it along with payment, a valid driver's license and vehicle registration to Mrs. Mezey in the main office between May 8 and May 19. The 2017-2018 parking permit IS NOT a permit to park this year. If an incoming senior does not have a driver's license, his/her spot will be held upon receipt of their application and payment.
Attention Class of 2019 (next year's Juniors) students wishing to obtain a parking pass for next year: You may now apply for the Junior Parking lottery by completing the information on the Junior Lottery Form. The lottery will be held June 2 and sophomores WHO WIN the lottery will be able to purchase their 2017-2018 parking permit June 12-June 16 AFTER all previous fines and fees have been paid. This is NOT a permit to park this year. If a junior wins a spot in the lottery and does not have a driver's license, his/her spot will be held upon receipt of their application and payment.
Have you purchased a yearbook for your student? Click HERE to purchase a yearbook with a credit card.
This link can also be found on the Bloomfield Hills High School website under the Yearbook tab. Yearbooks are available on a first come, first serve basis. Online sales last until May 19 or until we run out of yearbooks, so don't delay!
Bloomfield Hills High School
4200 Andover Road
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302
|Bus Hotline:||248.341.6296 |
Charlie Hollerith, Principal
Tracy Hall, Associate Principal
Sharida Lewis, Associate Principal
Margaret Schultz, Associate Principal
Carrie James, IB/MYP/DP Coordinator
Mon - Fri 7:00 a.m - 3:30 p.m.