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CongratulationsChoir

Congratulations to juniors Toby Gittleman, Anna Partalis, and Joey Rankin! These three students auditioned for and were accepted into MSVMA's 2019 Musical Theatre Intensive. This workshop, headlined by Catherine Walker, University of Michigan Theatre Department faculty, as well as Jason DeBord, Ann Evans Watson, and Geoff Packard, will be taking place Saturday, October 19, at Plymouth Christian Academy.

Learn More about BHHS Students Accepted into MSVMA's 2019 Musical Theatre Intensive
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Oakland County Health Division and the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) are reminding residents to protect themselves from mosquito bites as seven cases of Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) were recently confirmed in Southwest Michigan. 

Cap & Gown Order

SENIORS: If you did not place your cap and gown order yet, you will have another opportunity on Friday, September 27, during all lunches in the main commons. Please mark your calendar for this important item on your senior year agenda! There are extra order forms in the main office.

Learn More about SENIORS: Cap & Gown Orders
BHHSHomecoming2019

Homecoming Spirit Week 2019 will take place Monday, September 30 - Saturday, October 5, 2019. This year's theme is Board Games. Tickets will be on sale Homecoming week for $15 in the main commons during all lunches. The football game will take place on Friday, October 4, at 7 p.m. For full details visit www.bloomfield.org/homecoming

Class of 2020 All Night Party

Planning is underway for the Class of 2020 Senior All Night Party (ANP) to be held on June 7, 2020, from 9:30 p.m. to 3 a.m. at BHHS. It promises to be a special night to remember. Professional entertainment, games, food and prizes provide a fun, safe and exciting graduation celebration for 100% of our seniors.

Learn More about Class of 2020 All Night Party
Can You Benny?

Can you Benny? Are you interested in being a part of the 2019-2020 BHHS mascot team? The Athletic department is looking for responsible students to represent BHHS at sporting events, school functions, community events, and more!

Learn More about Can You Benny?

Bloomfield Hills High School

 

Welcome to Bloomfield Hills High School!

Our state of the art facility is designed around learning communities to help personalize learning for all students grades 9-12 in a collaborative environment.

The building is designed to support the highest levels of student engagement and academic success. We also provide a permanent facility on-site for Model Center, with highly collaborative and technical learning spaces for our students.

View the video to take a virtual tour of BHHS! Go Black Hawks!

Daily Announcements

 

Vaping Letter to Families

Dear BHHS Families and Community,

As many of you know, vaping and the use of e-cigarettes by high school students has been on the rise and become a major health issue in our state and across the country. Bloomfield Hills High School is not immune to students vaping. Vaping, or possession of vaping materials, was the single highest violation of our student code of conduct last year. It resulted in a significant number of suspensions, the loss of valuable class time, and numerous removals of students from school activities such as sports and clubs. Bloomfield Township and the State of Michigan have enacted new laws to help regulate the use of vaping products and making it illegal for minors to possess.

In looking at our discipline data from vaping, we saw an opportunity to support our students and families by providing education on the dangerous, long-term effects of vaping.  Working with Bloomfield Youth Assistance, Birmingham Bloomfield Community Coalition, and our Board of Education, we have designed an alternative to our suspension program to help students learn the legal and health risks associated with vaping. This pilot program includes completion of an on-line program on the effects of vaping, meetings with school support staff, and partnership programming through Bloomfield Youth Assistance and Birmingham Bloomfield Community Coalition. Other components of the program include completion of community service and a reflection paper. 

We are piloting this program for the 2019-2020 school year as an option for students caught vaping or in possession of vaping materials in school or on district property. We hope this will be a successful model to use for other school discipline infractions in the future.

In addition, we will continue to proactively educate students and families on the risks of vaping. Last year we partnered with Bloomfield Youth Assistance, Birmingham Bloomfield Community Coalition and our high school administration to bring in experts to our building to help educate families on this topic. We will again be hosting educational programs this fall and hope to expand this outreach even more this year.

We have a vaping tab under the Family Resources tab of our BHHS homepage for general information and will continue to pass along any resources to help families. Our ultimate goal is to eliminate student vaping in the future. Thank you for your support of our students and our continued efforts to support them.

Sincerely,

Charlie Hollerith
Principal


Drop-off and Pick-up Reminders

The safety and security of students and staff is our priority and we ask you to be cautious when entering and exiting our driveways and parking lots.

Students may be dropped off or picked up by the main entrance and other designated areas ONLY (click here for map). Please do not drop off or pick up students in the bus loop or non-designated areas.

Please adhere to the following procedures when dropping off your student:

  • When dropping off before school, please pull forward as far as possible so we are able to accommodate as many cars as possible and to prevent back-ups.

  • Students should NOT be dropped off in the left lane as it is used for passing and exit of vehicles.

  • Please be considerate with merging vehicles entering the drop-off zone.

  • Please Do NOT drop off any students on Andover or Long Lake Roads.

  • Students should be prepared to exit the vehicle QUICKLY at drop-off so traffic can flow continuously.

  • Drop-off areas are for loading and unloading ONLY. Vehicles should NOT utilize the main entrance drop-off area for short or long term parking.

Thank you for your support and cooperation!


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Bloomfield Hills High School
4200 Andover Road
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302

Building Hours

Mon - Fri 7:25 AM - 2:30 PM

Contact

 
Attendance: 248.341.5610
Procedures
Policy
Counseling: 248.341.5630
Main Office: 248.341.5670
Fax: 248.341.5698
Bus Hotline: 248.341.6296
@BHSBuses

Charlie Hollerith, Principal
248.341.5605
CHollerith@bloomfield.org

Jessica Lupone, Associate Principal
248.341.5603
JLupone@bloomfield.org

Cathy McDonald, Associate Principal
248.341.5607
CMcDonald@bloomfield.org

David Reed-Nordwall, Associate Principal
248.341.5604
DReed-Nordwall@bloomfield.org

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