The Business Department is committed to providing an educational experience that is distinguished by personal attention, hands-on-learning, and an emphasis on teamwork. Students will experience personal growth through the acquisition of technical, analytical, interpersonal and decision making skills. The business lab is outfitted with state of the art computers to enable students to use technology to the fullest.


The Engineering Department's goal is to provide students opportunities to explore the areas of Engineering, Architecture, Computer Aided Design, and Technology. We offer a variety of courses that introduce basic design skills and manufacturing techniques through hands-on learning experiences. Students are introduced to real world design problems that include: Alternative Energy, Electronics, Robotics, and Rocketry.

Curriculum is centered around industry standards and current trends in technology and design. Students use the Design Cycle to identify problems, design solutions, create working prototypes, and evaluate results. Our Design Lab provides students the opportunities to use Computer Aided Design (CAD) software to create innovative designs which are then manufactured in our Applications Lab. Students receive hands-on experience with machine use, integrated S.T.E.M. curriculum, and 3-D printing.


Summer Reading Lists

9th Grade Summer Reading List
English Summer Reading List

IB Language A Literature Course - Seniors
IB Language A Literature Course - Juniors

The English Department at Bloomfield Hills High School welcomes students of all academic abilities and learning styles to a challenging four years of reading, writing, vocabulary development, language study, and oral communication. The sixteen teachers in our department work together to provide a systematic program of development in the language arts designed to ensure students are prepared for the challenges awaiting them after graduation.

We pride ourselves in our honors program that includes enriching courses like American Literature, British Literature, and Advanced Placement English courses, but we also recognize that many students learn best in a traditionally-paced program offering a steady progression of instruction designed to develop skills and build confidence. We are also proud of the variety of courses that we offer to meet the needs of every student. Creative Writing, Writing through Film, and Literary Studies allow students to step out of the "box" of the traditional English classroom and pursue their unique passion and creativity. The Bloomfield Hills High School English Department truly believes in helping to create the district's vision for our students by making them architects of their own future.

Health/Physical Education

The BHHS Health and Physical Education department offers all students the opportunity to take part in a variety of physical activities and to learn the skills and knowledge needed to develop and sustain an active lifestyle in a supportive, safe environment.

Topics covered include:

  • Physical exercise
  • Fitness
  • Team sports
  • Wellness
  • Proper nutrition
  • Stress management
  • Suicide/bullying/violence prevention
  • Substance use prevention
  • Standard first aid
  • Cardio pulmonary resuscitation with automated external defibrillation (CPR/AED)

The Heath curriculum additionally engages students to discover an awareness of individual health empowerment towards their physical, emotional/mental and social well-being through discussion about:

  • Healthy Dating Relationships
  • Lifetime Learning of Reproductive Health including:
    - A Healthy Pregnancy
    - Labor and Delivery
    - Sexually Transmitted Diseases
    - Contraceptive Information


The Mathematics curriculum at Bloomfield Hills High School provides an opportunity to explore a multitude of challenging courses designed for students of all abilities. We provide students with the opportunity to explore mathematics numerically, graphically and algebraically. In addition to skills, students develop problem solving and critical thinking strategies in a dynamic environment that challenges learners of all levels and abilities. The department offers regular level, honors, advanced placement courses, and diploma program courses.

Performing Arts


The Science Department of Bloomfield Hills High School strives to provide students a broad science education. Bloomfield Hills School District requires three years of sciences to graduate. Biology and Physics or Chemistry are the standard first two courses that students are required to take. The third course can be chosen from a wide range of classes. All the science courses offer students excellent preparation for future college work in science, engineering, and health care. Students are exposed to challenging scientific questions which require thoughtful reasoning and the ability to communicate their thinking. This prepares students for the kinds of problem solving required in the real world.

There is an emphasis on project–based, inquiry oriented learning in many of our science classes. The projects done in the science classes mirror the work of real scientists by encouraging collaboration between schools in the district. Through studying science, students become aware of how scientists work and communicate with each other. In all our science classes there is an emphasis on a practical approach through experimental work.

Social Studies

The Social Studies curriculum at BHHS is designed to help students develop and improve the skills that will be necessary in order for them to compete in an increasingly global society. The faculty members are skilled and experienced in their respective fields making them highly qualified to help students develop their critical thinking and problem solving skills.

The curriculum is designed so that students will have the opportunity to gear their course selection in the way that best suits their educational needs. Advanced Placement courses are offered in each of the major fields, as well as elective courses that appeal to student interests. Along with the traditional curriculum, the department also sponsors a number of clubs and organizations that promote community service, leadership, and cultural awareness.

Summer Reading List:

AP U.S. History Summer Reading
AP Government Summer Reading

Visual Arts

World Languages

The World Languages Department offers all Bloomfield Hills High School students the challenge and the excitement of seeing the world through new eyes. By studying another language and culture, students engage in an especially rewarding preparation for their future as citizens in the world community.

Students have the opportunity to enroll in one or more of the language sequences offered: American Sign Language, Chinese, French, German, and Spanish. English Language Learners are also served through ESL (English as a Second Language) courses. In all of these classes students acquire knowledge and develop the skills listed in the National Standards for Foreign Language Education: Communication, Cultures, Connections, Comparison and Communities.

Skill development occurs in the four language skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing. But learning a language involves much more than linguistic skills. Foreign language learning contributes to the overall intellectual, social, creative and aesthetic development of our students by introducing them to the ways in which other groups of people view the world and function in it, and by learning how they express themselves. With extended study, practice and experience, our students learn how to communicate with people who live in other cultures throughout the world.

Academic News:

Health Education Bullying/Violence and Suicide Prevention

Thank you to Bloomfield Hills High School Counselors, Carla Westerby and Shayna Klein, for their continued support of the Health Education Bullying/Violence and Suicide Prevention curriculum. Their genuine concern is evident in the presentation to the health classes, as they involve the students in activities that generate understanding of bullying and violence statistics, while students actively participate in role-playing and idea formation of prevention solutions. The success of their presentation is evident, as shown by students' reception of information and active participation.​

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World Language Food Drive

The World Language department is having a food drive for the Hispanic Outreach Organization in Pontiac. They are collecting non-perishable items (canned fruits and vegetables, beans, rice, pasta, peanut butter, canned tuna and chicken, granola bars, mac & cheese, etc.) that will be donated to help families in need in the area during the holiday season. If you have any items to donate, please bring them to any of the world language teachers or workroom E206. If you are a world language student, give your items to your teacher - remember that the class that brings in the most items will win a celebration! The deadline to donate is Wednesday, December 20. 

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Fall National High School Journalism Convention

Two Bloomfield Hills High School newspaper students were honored by the National Scholastic Press Association (NSPA) during their Fall National High School Journalism Convention in Dallas, Texas November 16-19. BHHS sophomore Jenny She placed 3rd in the NSPA Design Award, and class of 2017 Graduate Betsy Stubbs received an honorable mention for her comics. Author: Evan Stern, The Hawkeye News

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BHHS Model UN Hosts Fall Conference

"Model UN is a fantastic opportunity to learn," Anthony Nwagwu BHHS student says. "We have a lot of experienced and successful debaters this year."  "We truly are an amazing team and we are all friends," Emily Smith, one of four student Secretary Generals, adds.  "We've won the state championship four years in a row, so we bring our dedication and our knowledge to this program."

The Bloomfield Hills High School Model UN Team recently hosted more than 1,000 students for the 22nd Annual SouthEast Michigan Model United Nations Association (SEMMUNA) Fall Conference.  As the largest high school Model UN event in the state of Michigan, the event attracted 40 student teams in Michigan.

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Still in development, the Four Cornerstones are the foundation upon which our curriculum, scheduling, collaboration, and interactions will be based and important qualities required for successful learning communities.


American Studies blends together the American Literature 1600-present and AP US History courses as well as the American Literature 1800-present and American History courses so that students can truly understand the context of their learning and transfer information from one subject to another.

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