Welcome to Bloomfield Hills Schools Athletics!

In Bloomfield Hills Schools, we not only build healthy minds, we encourage healthy bodies through athletic participation. This philosophy is instilled at an early age in physical education courses and honed through organized team participation. The playing field is a place to build athletic skills, character, teamwork, and sportsmanship.

Physical education begins in kindergarten while team and individual sports begin in middle school and expand in the high school arena. Junior varsity and varsity sports offer all students the opportunity to participate in athletic programs. Self-control, discipline, focus, and concentration are all by-products of involvement in individually-centered sports, like golf, or traditional team sports, like football. Our coaches encourage and develop skills that serve our students well beyond their high school years.

Concussion Protocol

1. A student with a suspected concussion is evaluated by the Athletic Trainer or one of the athletic training interns.

2. If a concussion is found, the student is referred to a physician.

3. The student is given the Concussion Referral Form which highlights symptoms observed and history of the injury. A parent or guardian will be called for transportation home.

4. The Concussion Referral Form is asked to be returned for an official diagnosis, return to play plan and any other accommodations recommended by the physician in order to communicate to others (staff, coaches etc.,)

5. Once the form is returned, the counselors are notified of the students concussion.

6. The athletic department will follow up as more information is received from physicians on follow up visits.

Housing Needed
Housing is needed for one female Central Michigan University Athletic Training Intern for the fall semester. The internship begins on August 5 and ends in late November. If you are open to housing an intern, please contact John Ciecko at or 248.341.5661.
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Girls Soccer Summer Camp (Grades 6-8 & 9-12)

The girls soccer program will host a summer camp for grades 6-8 and 9-12 from July 29 - August 2, 2019, from 6-8 p.m. at BHHS. This camp will focus on the technical development of the players in finishing, dribbling, passing and receiving, defensing and possession. Goalkeeping coaching will also be provided. All campers will be coached by a member of the BHHS girls soccer coaching staff. Questions? Contact coach Zakaria at

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Lacrosse Summer Camps for Grades 3-8

The LAX Thirteen Mile Club will be offering 3 sessions (June 25-27, July 16-18, & July 20-August 1) of a Summer Night Camp at EHMS from 6-8 p.m. The cost is $60. For more details or to register visit Four one-hour sessions are also being offered to introduce youth to lacrosse on July 30 and August 1, 6, & 8. Participants must be US Lacrosse members (membership requires a $25 fee). To register visit

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Middle School Football Camp 2019

All BHMS, EHMS, and WHMS incoming 7th and 8th grade students are invited to attend the Future Black Hawks Football Skills Camp from Monday, August 26 - Thursday, August 28, 2019. The camp is free will take place on the BHHS football field from 3 - 5 p.m. Student athletes will not need a helmet - just cleats to participate. Athletes must have a physical on file (bring physical to the first practice).

Complete the registration at

Questions? Contact BHHS Varsity & EHMS Coach Matt MacLeod at

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Athletic Staff

Mike Cowdrey - 248.341.6406
District Athletic Director

Avis Najor - 248.341.5669
Athletic Director

John Ciecko - 248.341.5661
Athletic Trainer

Angi Lewis - 248.341.6405
Administrative Assistant

Jackie Osborn -248.341.5668
High School Athletics Secretary

Pay to Participate Fees


  • Athletics & Clubs $200
  • Clubs Only $70


  • Athletics & Clubs $150.00
  • Clubs Only $45.00

Athletic Apparel


Resources & Forms