BHS Summer Learning Opportunities K-12

Registration is now open May 1 through May 26, 2023 for most programs!

  • Variety of programming designed to meet student needs
  • Virtual and in-person options
  • Programs for students in current grades kindergarten through high school
  • Registration is required for all courses in Community Pass

The summer programs in Bloomfield Hills Schools will provide continuous learning opportunities for students.

Grades K-8

For students who have completed kindergarten through eighth grade, the BHS Summer Academy will build academic confidence as well as provide enriched social experiences through the summer months. The learning format will be in-person, with no charge for students, and open to all students enrolled with Bloomfield Hills Schools during the 2022-23 school year. To balance the need for a summer break, classes will be held for two and a half hours, three days a week, for five weeks.

Where: Bloomfield Hills High School
When: July 11 to August 10, 2023
9 to 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

If a virtual option is preferred, students may enroll for our Staying Sharp Virtual learning with a focus on math and literacy. These live-virtual sessions take place three times per week for 30 minutes between 9 and 11 a.m. and cost $75 (no cost for students with a free/reduced lunch application on file).


High School

High school students have a variety of summer program options. The learning format is virtual, with in-person office hours for tutoring and support offered on the Bloomfield Hills High School campus. Summer programming for high school students offers two options; (1) recover credits for a course that was not successfully passed during the school year, (2) earn credit for a required course in order to advance and accelerate their high school curriculum.  

The deadline for E2020 (credit recovery) is June 23 and Michigan Virtual is June 30.

Michigan Virtual is June 30

Special Education

Several offerings are available FREE for students with an IEP. Options include: 

  • In person through the BHS K-8 Summer Academy (see description above) which has both direct and indirect support provided by certified special education teachers.
  • Virtual with teacher guided live-instruction with a focus on math and literacy. 
  • Self-guided through online programming with a focus on math, literacy, and social skills.