News and Spotlights
The BHS Foundation looks forward to expanding its ability to support Bloomfield Hills Schools’ educators and students with your generous gift to our Annual Appeal.
What will we be able to accomplish in the coming year? Your gift can guide us toward innovative programming that empowers educators and prepares students for a rapidly changing future.
Tuesday, January 30, 2024, 6 pm
Bloomfield Hills High School
If your child will be five-years-old by September 1, it's time to start preparing for Kindergarten and Developmental Kindergarten. This session is an excellent opportunity for adults to learn about Kindergarten in Bloomfield Hills Schools.
Kindergarten enrollment begins February 1, 2024.
Nominate a neighbor, youth group leader, friend, or family member who impresses you with their perseverance and commitment to the community
As we move into the season of giving thanks, teachers and faculty focus lessons and themes of the month accordingly. For two of our Bloomfield Hills Schools, the P.R.E.P. program and Bowers Academy, students gathered together to celebrate their first-ever Friendsgiving
The weather may have been rainy, but the vibe was happy as TreeSchool families and staff came together to celebrate “Family Giving Day.”
The IA is a public, tuition-free high school featuring a rigorous and engaging All-International Baccalaureate curriculum. The IA-Okma Campus in Bloomfield Hills accepts students from several Oakland County districts.
English Language Department staff coordinated a multilingual family event, hosted at Bloomfield Hills High School, to help families connect, share culture, and learn about area resources.
In 1982, the West Hills Junior High School Social Studies classes buried a time capsule and left maps to help someone discover its location. The time capsule and associated maps were lost to time, until Summer 2023, when BHS Physical Plant Services crews unearthed a beat-up garbage can while installing the new lower elementary playground.
Each year, the Bloomfield Hills Schools Parent-Teacher Organization Council partners with a local organization for Make a Difference Day, which is celebrated annually on the fourth Saturday of October. This year’s partnership with Humble Design in Pontiac focused on assisting in the effort to end homelessness.
Bloomfield Hills PREP students are working hard on their microbusiness offerings. New this year, students are creating epoxy resin projects for purchase.
Recently high school and PREP students participated in the Michigan State Police program known as the Vulnerable Impaired Persons initiative. Designed to enhance the security and support for individuals with disabilities, this state police database ensures that their vital information is readily accessible to law enforcement.
BHS principals and building administrators are compassionate and dedicated leaders in our buildings ensuring a great learning experience for our students. Join us in thanking our principals for all that they do for our students, teachers, and the community!
Congratulations to the Bloomfield Hills High School Varsity Boys Tennis Team for an outstanding season! The team was ranked number one throughout the entire season and claimed their second state State Championship title in a row and fifth since the opening of BHHS.
The Bowers Farm Manager, Katheryn (Kate) Bell, received the Oakland County 4-H Volunteer award at the 2023 Michigan Farm Bureau 4-H Excellence in Agriculture Awards at Michigan State University.
PREP students and Troy Center for Transition students unite and bond while participating in yoga, cooking, and games. The group also worked together to create fall themed cards to send to veterans.
Bloomfield Hills Schools, in collaboration with West Bloomfield Parks, held a special dedication ceremony on Wednesday, October 11, 2023, at the former Pine Lake Elementary property.
Current BHS eighth grade and prospective families are invited to explore and learn about Bloomfield Hills High School. The BHS Family Ambassadors will guide small group tours and answer your questions regarding academics, athletics, clubs, culture, and all the opportunities awaiting students at BHHS.
Jessica Lupone, Associate Principal of Bloomfield Hills High School, has been named Michigan’s 2024 Assistant Principal of the Year by the Michigan Association of Secondary School Principals and the Michigan Association of Student Councils and Honor Societies. Congratulations, Jessica!
In Mrs. Brush's first grade classroom at Conant Elementary, students participate in an engaging writing lesson complete with timers, positive reinforcement, and active student participation.
Congratulations to the BHS staff members who received a BHS Foundation Lightning Grant!
Annaliese Wilbur, a former student of Bloomfield Hills High School, shares their journey from high school to a successful career in musical theater, highlighted by a role in the touring production of Funny Girl.
Each year, many Bloomfield Hills High School students take Advanced Placement courses, which are college-level classes. The Advanced Placement program recognizes students who have consistently demonstrated high achievement on the AP tests in May each year.
Bloomfield Hills Schools recently welcomed two new staff members in the music department: Sean Brennan and Nick Karpinsky! Brennan (BHHS Orchestra) and Karpinsky (grades 5-8 Orchestra) are instrumental in guiding our BHS students to musical excellence!
Hispanic Heritage Month runs September 15 through October 15 and presents an opportunity for students to learn about the rich history and culture of Hispanic people.
A reminder to our families that Volunteer Background Checks are required for all visitors, volunteers, and chaperones.
As we celebrate deaf awareness month, Bloomfield Hills Schools is excited to welcome Emma Heisey & Tyler Heisey, to the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Department.
On Monday, September 11, 2023, students in grades 9 and 10 at the International Academy took part in a variety of service activities as a way to remember, honor, and give back to the community.
The Friends of Johnson Nature Center hosted the second annual Forest to Table strolling dinner experience on Saturday, September 9. This event is a fundraiser hosted by the Friends of the Johnson Nature Center.
The first day of school was a great success, with smiles all around from students and staff. It's an exciting time as students embark on their educational journeys and experience personal growth throughout the school year.
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The Staff Welcome Back Celebration was a wonderful way to kick off the start of the 2023-24 school year.
BHS extended a warm welcome to the newest members of our teaching staff! The teacher orientation took place on August 24, providing our educators with a valuable chance to connect with one another, engage with administrative members, and explore excellent education, curriculum, and opportunities available for students.
The GEKOT Robotics Team received recognition for their collision-avoidance safety technology patent during a formal ceremony hosted by the Elijah J. McCoy Midwest Regional United States Patent and Trademark office.
The Board of Education for Bloomfield Hills Schools is commencing the search for our next Superintendent.
We are thrilled to introduce Officer Jennifer Lower and Officer Thomas Riney as the newest additions to the BHS team for the upcoming 2023-24 school year.