Bloomfield Hills High School student Thomas Gormley (grade 11) was awarded the Young Mentor Award at a 2021 FTC State Championship robotics event.
Helping children across the world is a key component of the Bloomfield Hills High School UNICEF Club.
The 2nd Graders at Eastover are using the Engineering Design Process to solve a pollinator problem. The bee population is declining, and the students need to create a model of a pollinator that can help to pollinate crops. Students are using a variety of materials to create a model of a pollinator, test their design, and then improve upon their design to make the best possible pollinator they can with the materials provided. We had some fantastic designs!
We still have over 150 seniors who have not ordered a gown for graduation this year. All seniors who plan on attending graduation next June must purchase the NEW style cap and gown from Herff Jones.
Order your cap, gown and tassel here. Get started by entering school name and grad year. Choose (1) "Shop Grad Products" then scroll to the bottom and choose (2) CONTINUE SHOPPING, and then choose (3) "Unit-Cap, Gown & Tassel" ($55) to place your order. You should NOT pay a shipping charge. If a shipping charge is indicated, refresh your screen and it should disappear. If you have any questions, contact Mrs. Mezey in the main office (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Right now, Sideline is offering 20% OFF all Sideline Store purchases of $85 or more with code: JAN22, beginning 1/11/22 at 12:00 AM EST and ending 1/31/22 at 11:59 PM EST.
The Bloomfield Hills Schools Johnson Nature Center partnered with Conant Art Teacher Pennie Ellis for a new place-based STEAM project that brought both authentic learning and community sharing to the student experience.
Joy was in the air as West Hills students celebrated the upcoming winter break with a visit from Fur Angels therapy dogs, coinciding with a Pajama Day!
Congratulations to our Fall 2021 sports teams at Bloomfield Hills High School. Many teams had amazing seasons with league and regional titles. In addition, numerous athletes won significant awards, including state titles.
Pro-football athlete Jeremy Hickey recently visited Lone Pine Elementary School to donate over 100 books to the new Level 4 classroom.
Since the 2014-2015 school year, Bloomfield Hills Schools has engaged in the community in a Master Property Planning process. This Master Property Planning is determining the best use for the buildings and properties no longer housing specific school programming as of September 2015.
The process is being conducted in the overall context of the district's anticipated programming needs, enrollment trends, building capacities, and physical plant needs for each of the following buildings: former Lahser High School excluding outdoor athletic fields; former Hickory Grove Elementary; former Pine Lake Elementary; vacant parcel on Long Lake Road adjacent to the Wabeek development; other currently utilized district facilities that may need to be considered for redistribution of enrollment and/or grade levels if the process uncovers potentially significant benefits in doing so. The focus of the process is creating opportunities for the future while also optimizing building utilization and reducing the infrastructure burden on the district. The process welcomes creative ideas and the discovery of mutually beneficial partnerships that benefit the district and community as a whole. A set of facilitators continue to guide the district through the process of collecting input from stakeholders via several focus groups, meetings, and survey tools.
Master Property Planning Update, July 19, 2016
After doing extensive background research on the five school sites in our Master Property (MPP) process, including examining enrollment trends, market conditions, and listening to many community focus groups over the past year, decisions and actions are starting to take shape.