Administration Welcome

Bloomfield Hills High School maintains a high-qualified staff that is devoted to the success of each individual student. The staff is committed to providing a warm, welcoming environment for all students. The majority of BHHS teachers hold advanced degrees in their subject areas and participate in rigorous on-going professional development.
Bloomfield Hills Michigan Schools Principal

Mr. Hollerith is in his tenth year as a BHS Principal, serving three years for Bloomfield Hills High School and seven years for Lahser High School. Mr. Hollerith earned his Bachelors degree in History and Master of Arts in Teaching from Beloit College. He completed his Certificate of Advanced Studies from National Louis University in Educational Administration in 2000.

Mr. Hollerith has lead the successful implementation of both the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme (MYP) and Diploma Programme (DP). His efforts also include the addition of the S.T.E.M. program, development of the Advisory period, creation of the Senior Project experience, and implementation of learning communities.

Mr. Hollerith's professional work also includes working with the Illinois Alliance of Essential Schools, a statewide and national school reform model. In 2004, he was appointed to serve as Chairman of the U.S. Department of Education's Midwest Regional Advisory Committee in which he helped to redesign regional centers to help support the work of school districts.

Born and raised in New York City, Mr. Hollerith taught social studies and coached both boys and girls soccer at Hononegah High School in Rockton, Illinois from 1986 until 1999. He served as Assistant Principal at Hononegah High School for one year from 1999-2000. In 2000, he became Associate Principal for Curriculum and Instruction at Harlem High School in Machesney Park, Illinois. In 2003, he was named Principal at Harlem and served two years before coming to Bloomfield Hills in 2005.

Mr. Hollerith currently represents Region 12 (Oakland County) on the Board of Directors of the Michigan Association of Secondary School Principals and serves on the Board of Governors of the Oakland Activities Association.

Mr. Hollerith resides in the district with his wife and daughter and looks forward to working with parents to continue the excellence of education at Bloomfield Hills High School.

Sharida Lewis has been in the field of education for 20 years. While working in Detroit Public Schools she taught at Greenfield Park Elementary, Bates Academy, and Renaissance High School as a math teacher. Currently, she comes to BH from Harrison High School in Farmington, MI where she was a math teacher in the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program, member of the School Improvement Team, and the Farmington Public Schools Galileo Leadership Program.

Mrs. Lewis earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Mathematics from Central Michigan University and a Masters degree in Educational leadership from Wayne State University.

Mrs. Lewis is a native of Pontiac, Michigan and a proud graduate of Pontiac Northern High School. Mrs. Lewis is married and has three daughters. Reading and dining is her favorite past times. Mrs. Lewis has a strong commitment to enriching the lives of students and believes that students meet high academic expectations when they are in a caring environment. She looks forward to working with the Bloomfield Hills family.

Ms. Schultz is in her fourth year as an Associate Principal, serving three years for Bloomfield Hills High School and one year for Lahser High School. She additionally taught Mathematics at Lahser for ten years. Ms. Schultz earned her Bachelors degree in Education, with a major in Mathematics and a minor in Speech, and Master of Arts degree in Mathematics from Wayne State University. She completed her second Master of Arts degree in Educational Administration from Purdue University Calumet in June 2013.

Ms. Schultz is passionate about working closely with teachers on the school's Climate and Culture Committee and continuously researches new ways to improve the academic achievement gap. In 2014, Ms. Schultz attended national conference for the Minority Student Achievement Network (MSAN) as well as the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme (MYP) training for Head of Schools.

While in her undergraduate program, Ms. Schultz completed her student teaching assignment at Lahser High School. Immediately after graduating, she began teaching Mathematics (Algebra 1 through AP Calculus BC) at Lahser and has loved every minute of it! During her time at Lahser, she was involved in being a student council advisor, a class sponsor, NCA co-chair, LCLC facilitator, and Mathematics co-Department Head.

Ms. Schultz attends many sporting events and other extracurricular activities and is looking forward to attending even more! She is very excited about being an administrator in Bloomfield Hills and being able to work with both staff and students at Bloomfield Hills High School.

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