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Emperor Science Award Winner

Allison Heath from Bloomfield Hills High School was announced as one of 100 award recipients for the second year of PBS LearningMedia's and Stand Up To Cancer's Emperor Science Award program. The Emperor Science Award program is an initiative designed to encourage high school students to explore careers in science, specifically cancer research and care, through a unique mentoring opportunity. Congratulations, Allison!

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Senior Concerto Concert

The 4th Annual Senior Concerto Concert will take place on Wednesday, June 7, 2017, at 7:30 p.m. in the BHHS Performing Arts Theatre.

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2017 France Trip

During Spring Break 2017 French course students took a trip to France with Madame Hammerle. Select "read more" to read a reflection of the trip written by sophomore Madeline Moskus.


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Michigan Youth Arts Festival

Nearly 1,000 student-artists from Michigan high schools have been named Michigan Youth Arts Distinguished Scholars and invited to participate in the Michigan Youth Arts Festival, May 18-20, in Kalamazoo. There were four students from Bloomfield Hills High School were accepted and attended the event; Myles Johnson, Avery Wolf, Thomas Paul, and Hannah DeCampos. Congratulations to these fine student musicians!

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Community Service Awards

Congratulations to the 14 outstanding seniors recognized with the Principal's Excellence in Community Service Award and the Presidential Volunteer Service Award for their outstanding commitment to community service from the of Summer 2013 - Summer 2016!

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Theatre Students Raise $10,000 for Camp Casey

On Monday, May 22nd, the Broken Leg Theatre Co. presented Camp Casey with a check just under $10,000 for donations raised through their benefit performance this year. Camp Casey is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit horseback riding program for children with cancer and rare blood disorders.

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Yearbook Distribution

2017 Yearbook Distribution Day is May 31 during all lunches in the main commons. We will have a limited supply of yearbooks for sale during distribution for $75 cash or check payable to JOSTENS. Yearbooks are available on a first come, first serve basis. We cannot reserve copies. Yearbooks are available while supplies last.

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Calling all musical instruments.....

Please donate your used or no longer needed musical instruments to the Accent Pontiac collection boxes in the school lobby for the next few weeks when you drop by school for a concert or other visit. This organization is providing musical instruction and previously used instruments to the school kids in Pontiac who no longer have music as part of their curriculum. Accent Pontiac is modeled after the nationwide musical educational program serving underprivileged communities. Our own BBHS Tri-M musical honor society has partnered with Accent Pontiac this year providing community outreach via tutoring and musical performances. Contact Sue Elder with questions: elder1234@sbcglobal.net

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Advisory: Excusing and Picking up Students

If you need to pick up your student during Advisory, please make sure you excuse them via the attendance office (248 341 5610) before noon. We are experiencing a high volume of parent/guardian calls requesting to have a student excused and picked up during Advisory and have been unable to meet the demand in an efficient manner. We cannot (except in case of an emergency) send email passes to students between 1:00 p.m. and 2:30 p.m.

Any time your student needs to leave during the school day, the more notice you can give in advance, the more efficient our attendance office will be able to operate.

Thank you for your help and cooperation.

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Parking Permits

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 (students must be logged into their Bloomfield Google account to access this 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.

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Brandeis University Book Award

Congratulations to junior Skylar Raitt for receiving the Brandeis University Book Award. Skylar was awarded the book "Tuesdays with Morrie". Skylar was selected to represent BHHS because she demonstrates a commitment to civic engagement, community service, political activism, social justice, and volunteer work.

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Congrats, Tori!

Tori Weingarten, junior at BHHS, competed in the MIFA State Forensic Competition in the category of sales. Her speech featuring the company Detroit Water Ice (founded by Mitch Albom) awarded her 3rd place in the state! Additionally, the company has reached out to Tori and has featured her on their charity website. Way to go!

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Oberlin & Mount Holyoke College Book Awards

Congratulations to junior Sophie Jackson for receiving the Oberlin College Book Award. Sophie was selected to represent BHHS because she is an exceptional student who has shown commitment to her education and her community.

Congratulations to junior Erika Folbe for receiving the Mount Holyoke College Book Award. Erika was selected because of her excellent academic record and who has exhibited qualities of leadership and service in the school community.

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Harvard Book Prize Award

Congratulations to junior, Venkata (Sai) Chengalvala, for winning the 2017 Harvard Book Prize! Sai was nominated by his counselor, Mrs. Westerby, based on his meritorious character and academic excellence. The objectives of the Book Prize initiative are to promote the quest for academic excellence, encourage talented students to consider applying to Harvard, and expand the awareness of Harvard College beyond the schools and communities that traditionally have students applying to Harvard.

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Equitable Futures Projects

Sophomores Jamie Blatnikoff, Ari Singer, Mara Sabin, and Justin Yaker have been working diligently on their Equitable Futures projects to help solve problems of inequality through spreading awareness. They created researched-based articles and infographics pertaining to Capital Punishment and Breaking the Silence. To read more about their projects, click here.

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Reedy & Wirthlin Scholarship Winners

Congratulations to seniors Myah Jones and Alex Ross on being selected as the 2017 Reedy (Alex) and Wirthlin (Myah) Scholarship winners! Myah plans to attend Western Michigan University and Alex plans to attend Syracuse University in the fall.

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Sign Up for Costa Rica!

There is still room to sign up for the Costa Rica trip occurring Spring Break 2018! Visit eftours.com, Trip ID 1821673KW for more information. If you have questions please contact: Angela Bitterman-Wenson (abitterman-wenson@bloomfield.org) or Julie Honkala (jhonkala@bloomfield.org).

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New! Nut-Restricted Zones

Bloomfield Hills High School has designated the Main Commons and Learning Communities A, B, C, and D on both the upper and lower levels as nut-restricted zones. There are students in our building who are highly allergic to nuts or nut products and will be eating in these zones. Please plan snacks and lunches accordingly. We appreciate in advance your full cooperation.

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