Congratulations to Bloomfield Hills High School students, who earned academic honors from the College Board’s National Recognition Programs!
The students at the Bloomfield Hills Schools PREP program aren’t just learning skills for future employment and independent living, they are vital participants in giving back to the surrounding community.
The witches, monsters, and princesses were having a ball at the Spooky Walk Open House event for students at the Wing Lake Developmental Center.
Elementary students across Bloomfield Hills Schools have resumed field trips visiting Bowers School Farm and the E. L. Johnson Nature Center.
Bloomfield Hills Schools has hired two additional school social workers this fall to further enhance the district’s goal to provide a setting for teaching, learning and parent collaboration at its highest level
Submit your family's recipe to be included in the BHS Multicultural Cookbook.
Bloomfield Hills High School hosted a collaborative concert featuring the three middle schools' 8th grade Orchestras along with the BHHS Orchestra, performing "String Explosion."
Dyslexia is a specific learning disability that is neurological in origin. It is characterized by difficulties with accurate and/or fluent word recognition, and by poor spelling and decoding abilities.
We are thrilled to announce that Conant Elementary School has been named a 2021 National Blue Ribbon Exemplary High Performing School! The recognition is based on our school’s overall academic performance.
Congratulations to Bloomfield Hills High School National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists! Students Toby Buckfire, Sophia Cao, Kevin Jia, Pooja Kannappan, and Cami Krugel celebrated this great accomplishment with a breakfast with family, district leaders, BHHS administrators, and their high school guidance counselors.
Beginning this fall, students and staff at West Hills and Lone Pine welcomed therapy dogs into the schools’ classrooms. Throughout the remainder of this school year, the goal is to place therapy dogs in every Bloomfield Hills School.
The KidsRead2Kids Club at Bloomfield Hills High School recently organized a book drive for children attending the Racial Justice Advisory Council event.
The BHHS Girls Golf Team represented well at the Michigan Division 1 State Championships at Grand Valley State University.
The BHHS Boys Tennis Team can claim five state champions! Ranked first in the state for most of the year, the players demonstrated their continued dominance at the 2021 Division 1 State Finals. Overall, the team finished just four points out of first place to Troy High.
Thursday, November 4, 2021
7 to 8:30 p.m.
Bloomfield Hills High School, Room A 100 Commons
Grades 6 and up with an adult
Congratulations to the Bloomfield Hills High School Marching Band, for receiving perfect scores at the annual Michigan School Band and Orchestra Association Festival!
Bloomfield Hills Schools Spanish classes are celebrating this special month by learning about significant Hispanic people of the past and present.
As a part of the national “My Jersey, Your Impact” program, some BHHS staff members were asked to wear the jersey of a BHHS football team member.
Congratulations to the five Bloomfield Hills High School students who have earned the National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist designation.
Saturday, November 6, 2021
9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Bloomfield Hills Middle School Fieldhouse
4200 W Quarton Rd - just west of Telegraph Rd
BHS families and staff should report ALL student or staff positive COVID-19 cases using this form.
Bloomfield Hills Schools will continue with the national school lunch and school breakfast program that provides FREE healthy breakfast and lunch to all students enrolled in our schools.
As a reminder, please be sure your child’s mask follows the Bloomfield Hills Schools mask guidelines.
Families are automatically signed up to receive communication from their child's school, teachers, and Bloomfield Hills Schools through Remind and My Bloomfield.
BHHS History teacher Kathleen Small was recently awarded University of Chicago’s 2021 Outstanding Educator.
Government assistance is available to those impacted by recent flooding in Southeast Michigan.
The BHS Great Engineering Kids Of Tomorrow (GEKOT) robotics team received some great news from the Razor scooter company. Razor, the worldwide leader in scooters, has optioned GEKOT’s patented collision-warning system and has given the green light to developing a more powerful version that may be added to future city scooter systems.
Congratulations to Marianne Romsek, Food Service Director, for winning ARAMARK’s Innovation in Sustainability Award for the Midwest region!
Congratulations Media Specialists, Klaudia and Cynthia, who have received awards from MAME, the Michigan Association for Media in Education!
Prepare U has been an integral part of the Health class curriculum for several years, and provides multiple units and resources for mental health.
Mental health awareness is an important component of learning, but not everyone may feel well-equipped to approach a student to have a conversation about any concerns.
The original date of April 12, 2022 for testing has been changed to April 13. The updated Calendar at a Glance is available now.
Middle school robotics teams from nearly 20 different area schools had the opportunity to attend the kickoff of the FIRST Tech Challenge season at Bloomfield Hills High School.
Bloomfield Hills High School Girls Swimming Coach David Zulkiewski has been recognized with the Matt Mann Award by the Michigan Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association (MISCA) for decades of exemplary contributions.
Fall Open Swim hours run from September 15 through December 15 from 7:45 to 8:45 p.m. on Monday and Wednesday nights. There is NO OPEN SWIM on 9/20, 10/11, 11/24.
Swim cards are not available for online purchase or for purchase at the pool. To purchase a card, call the Athletics and Recreation Department at 248-433-0885. Swim Cards cost $40 for 10 visits and $80 for 20 visits. Open swim purchases are not refundable and swim cards do not expire.
Bloomfield Hills High School is located at 4200 Andover Road, Bloomfield Hills, MI.
Thanks to the organization and collaboration of our PTO Council, Bloomfield Hills School administrators and staff, and a multitude of community partners, the outdoor Welcome Back Celebration on August 27 was a great success!
Before school even started, Bloomfield Hills Schools staff took part in multiple professional development and learning activities. Included in those experiences was a presentation by well-known speaker Dr. Adolph Brown III.
Max Mojica is starting kindergarten. This is something that hardly seemed possible just a few years ago, but, due to the interventions of the Early On Program through Bloomfield Hills Schools, Max made extensive progress. “There are SO many amazing people,” gushed parent Ericka Mojica, “I cannot say enough wonderful things about them. As soon as they sent me the email saying that he is not going to need anything going into kindergarten, and that he is ready for full-on kindergarten, I’m not going to lie, I got teary-eyed.”
In August 2020, our community voted to pass a $200 million bond, and the work to improve and expand Bloomfield Hills Schools is well underway!
Congratulations to all of the 2020-21 retirees! Thank you for your many years of service in Bloomfield Hills Schools!
The Bloomfield Hills Schools Board of Education has introduced their 2021-22 Student Interns and Student Advisors. These appointees will provide student voice into various Board business items and report regularly to the Board on student issues and initiatives over the next year.
Students in the Real Talk Club at Bloomfield Hills High School have spent this unusual year supporting each other through monthly virtual meetings. Real Talk is a monthly peer-to-peer support group of around 25 students.
Did you know that Bowers Farm features a Farm Store, selling fresh vegetables and meats from the premises? Located at 1219 E. Square Lake Rd, in Bloomfield Hills, Bowers Farm is one of the only local farms with a store that features products grown right on the property. Grab your fresh farm produce, some ice cream, and then grab a seat outside on the patio to enjoy treats with friends and family!
In the 2021-22 school year, Bloomfield Hills Schools will have two new staff members at Lone Pine Elementary and West Hills Middle Schools - therapy dogs! The first puppy is temporarily named Daisy, and a second dog will begin training as a BHS dog soon.
Children at Bloomin’ Preschools learn all about pets and some classrooms even have live animals that pay extended visits. The pets have varied behaviors and habitats which gives the preschoolers opportunities to explore diversity.
Looking for a meaningful way to honor a favorite teacher, coach, graduate, coworker, administrator, retiree, or student this year? Make a Tribute Donation to the Bloomfield Hills Schools Foundation that will support academic and enrichment programs for BHS students and staff at www.bloomfield.org/Tribute.
The PREP staff held an outdoor celebration for all the program’s students to honor their accomplishments this year. The partygoers also provided a heartfelt send-off for Stephen Eckert who marked a successful completion of the program with special gifts from the staff and students.
On Thursday, May 27, Bloomfield Hills Schools held its third annual district-wide Multicultural Celebration, hosted at the BHHS Legacy Courtyard. This outdoor event was a beautiful celebration of the diversity of students and their families across our schools.
Congratulations to International Academy students Wasey Rehman (first place) and Brody Cavanaugh (second place) for exploring local history in response to the inaugural Bloomfield Historical Society's Essay Contest.