Community Organizations

West Bloomfield Township Public Library News and Programs

The Library's new Literacy Station has interactive learning games and activities that help students from kindergarten through third grade develop and practice reading skills they need to be considered proficient readers. Our new monthly Early Elementary Literacy calendar suggests at-home activities that develop reading skills schools are required to test. Come to the Library to use these and other resources to help early elementary students become proficient readers.


"Maker Mondays" are new this fall for students in 6th through 12th grades. Learn about robotics, compose music with analog and digital instruments and apps, and make some "high-tech Halloween" accessories. For a schedule of Maker Mondays, go to the online Event Calendar at 


The Main Library and Westacres Branch will be closed Thursday, November 22 for Thanksgiving. The Library will close early at 7 PM on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving.

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From the Bloomfield Township Public Library

Coming up in November...
  • November 15, Thursday at 7 pm: One World, One Alphabet?: Foreign Influence and China's Script Reform in the Twentieth Century with Professor Yan Li from Oakland University.
  • The Library will close at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, November 21 and remain closed on Thursday, November 22 for Thanksgiving. The Library will re-open on Friday, November 23 at 9:30 a.m.

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Low Cost Internet Program for Students

At BHS, we are committed to helping our families in every way possible. We have found a few local internet companies that offer families a discounted rate for their internet services. If you qualify, these low-income internet service providers can help you get online, with broadband internet speeds for very low monthly rates and no contract hassles.

The following are links to various companies that offer these program for qualifying families. 

Comcast Internet Essentials Program 

CenturyLink Internet

Access from AT&T


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Bloomfield Hills Schools recognizes the importance of community involvement and partnerships to achieving our goal of providing comprehensive education at its finest to our students. Various community organizations contribute to the health of our greater community and would welcome your interest.

Community Organizations

Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber

The Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber is a member driven organization that builds strong relationships with government, education and community to create a prosperous business climate in Beverly Hills, Bingham Farms, Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills, Bloomfield Township and Franklin.

Birmingham Bloomfield Community Coalition (BBCC)

The BBCC's priority is to keep youth in the community safe and substance free!

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Bloomfield Youth Assistance (BYA)

The BYA is a community-based program serving families in Bloomfield Hills Schools.

The District Management Council

The District Management Council provides tools, techniques and training to help public school districts succeed.

Friends of the Nature Center

The Friends of the Nature Center is an independent non-profit organization formed in 2006 to help maintain and improve the Nature Center and to ensure that it continues to offer area residents an opportunity to enjoy nature. Membership in the Friends is open to everyone.

Oakland Schools

Oakland Schools is the Intermediate School District for Bloomfield Hills Schools. Their first responsibility is to the educators of Oakland County, their students and families.

West Bloomfield Chamber

The Greater West Bloomfield Chamber of Commerce is the voice of business for the greater West Bloomfield area, including Sylvan Lake, Keego Harbor and Orchard Lake.

Friends of Bowers Farm

The Friends of Bowers Farm group is dedicated to supporting, preserving and enhancing the property, programs, and activities of the Charles L. Bowers School Farm.