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About Bloomfield Hills Schools

Why Bloomfield Hills Schools?

At Bloomfield Hills Schools, our commitment to delivering an exceptional education goes beyond the confines of the classroom. We believe in equipping all learners with the skills and knowledge necessary to thrive academically beyond high school. Our educational approach extends into the community, offering students invaluable experiences that encompass learning about local ecosystems, exploring diverse cultures both near and far, and engaging in real-world applications within various job fields. By broadening the horizons of our students, we empower them to become well-rounded individuals ready to make a positive impact in the world.

District Information

Bloomfield Hills Schools, located in the Oakland County suburbs of Detroit, Michigan, is a distinguished public school district. The district comprises of four elementary schools, two middle schools, two high schools, an early childhood program, and the Wing Lake Development Center. We take immense pride in the diverse range of programs we offer to cater to the needs of all our students. These programs include the International Academy, PREP, and our robust Deaf and Hard of Hearing program.

Our student body encompasses learners from various areas, including the City of Bloomfield Hills and Bloomfield Township, as well as select parts of West Bloomfield, Birmingham, and Pontiac. Serving these communities, Bloomfield Hills Schools has established a rich educational legacy within Oakland County. The district's storied history is chronicled in the book Slates to Computers written by Amylee Chamberlain in 1980.