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Students at Bowers Academy and AFNR recently worked together at Riverside Park with Chrysler employees to catch and catalog the watershed at the Clinton River.
From the technical direction, to the lighting and sound, to the costume design, BHHS students help to make the magic happen behind the scenes for theatrical productions.
Bloomfield Hills High School juniors, Eeshika Dadheech and Katie Heath, attended the international DECA conference in Orlando, Florida, and placed second in the world in their category!
The Girls Varsity A Tennis Black Hawks captured the first place regional title, qualifying for states.
Pooja Kannappan, ninth-grade student at BHHS, competed at the 2019 Science and Engineering Fair of Metro Detroit (SEFMD), winning a First Place Award. Kannappan's project "Detecting Metastatic Cancer in Digital Pathology Scans Using Machine Learning" also received an Intel Award Certificate for outstanding achievement in the category of Computer Science.
On Wednesday, May 22, 2019, Bloomfield Hills High School participated in NCAA College Signing Day. The following BHHS athletes signed their NCAA Letters of Intent to play college sports in the fall of 2019:
- Phoenix Williams, Howard University, Tennis
- Maryam Hashim, Macomb College, Basketball
- Cassidy Proctor, Michigan State University, Hockey
- Alex Gold, Lawrence Technological University, Golf
- Eddie Dyla, Madonna University, Lacrosse
Congratulations to junior Lexi Finkelstein for being selected as the 2019 Mt. Holyoke College Book Award winner! Lexi was nominated by BHHS Counselor, Mr. Fogle, for being a student who exhibits an excellent academic record and qualities of leadership and service in the school community. Lexi was awarded The Book of Unknown Americans. Congratulations, Lexi!
Congratulations to junior Isabelle Harber for being selected as the 2019 Wellesley College Book Award winner from the Wellesley Club of Southeastern Michigan! Isabelle was nominated by BHHS Counselor, Mrs. Hollyer-Madis, for being a student whose academic record and character are exceptiona,l and who has also made a significant personal contribution to the school/community. Isabelle was awarded the book The Norton Book of Women's Lives. Congratulations,Isabelle!
Congratulations to junior Jenny She for being selected as the 2019 Harvard Book Prize Award winner! Jenny was nominated by BHHS Counselor, Mrs. Brooks, based on character and academic excellence. The Harvard Club of Eastern Michigan is a local alumna/alumni association. Each year the Club provides a Harvard Book Prize to juniors attending selected high schools in the area. Jenny was awarded the book Making the Most of College. Congratulations, Jenny!
Congratulations to junior Ilyaas Rasheed for being selected as the 2019 George Washington University Book Award winner! Ilyaas was nominated by BHHS counselor, Mrs. Brooks, for being a student who exhibits leadership and dedication to diversity, equity and inclusion as well as academic excellence and the ability to put knowledge into action. Ilyaas was awarded the book George Washington's Leadership Lessons. Congratulations, Ilyaas!
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Attention Class of 2020 (next year's seniors): Class of 2020 students must purchase a parking permit for the 2019-2020 school year Wednesday, May 1, through Friday, May 24, in the main office. Applications are available on the BHHS website and in the main office. ALL previous fines and fees must be paid before a completed Senior Parking Application is accepted. Many of you already have a parking pass for THIS school year, however, you MUST complete a new application AND purchase next year's pass NO LATER than Friday, May 24, if you plan on parking next year.
Bring your completed application, along with payment, a valid driver's license and vehicle registration to Mrs. Mezey in the main office from Wednesday, May 1, through Friday, May 24, @ 11 a.m. NO LATE APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED. The 2019-2020 parking permit IS NOT a permit to park this year. If an incoming senior does not yet have a driver's license, his/her spot will be held upon receipt of their application and payment.
Attention Class of 2021 (next year's juniors): Class of 2021 students wishing to obtain a parking pass for next year may now apply for the Junior Parking Lottery by completing the information on the Junior Lottery Form on the front page of the BHHS website. Access to this form will CLOSE on Friday, May 31, at 2:30. The lottery will be held June 3 and current sophomores WHO WIN the lottery will be able to purchase their 2019-2020 parking permit June 10-14, AFTER all previous fines and fees have been paid. This IS NOT a permit to park this year. If a junior wins a spot in the lottery and does not yet have a driver's license, his/her spot will be held upon receipt of their application and payment. Purchased parking permits are NON-REFUNDABLE and NON-TRANSFERABLE. NON-TRANSFERABLE means nobody else may use your parking permit under any circumstances.
Our Class of 2019 All Night Party is: June 9 at 9 pm! This is the Sunday evening after graduation!
It will be a special night for our graduating seniors! It has been an annual tradition for over 40 years to give our graduating seniors a safe, fun, memorable and inclusive way to celebrate. TONS of fun of all kids, food, games, music, hanging out, prizes, shows, contests etc. Don't miss out!
LAST DAY TO PURCHASE TICKETS IS MAY 24. TICKETS WILL BE SOLD DURING LUNCH MAY 20 AND MAY 21 - Here is the link to purchase online tickets.
Students in multiple Bloomfield Hills Schools organized, educated, and inspired others to take care of and celebrate the environment as part of the global Earth Day/Earth Week. There were service learning fundraisers for various community causes, huge events to promote environmental education, and small actions by staff and students to increase understanding of environmental issues.
Senior year is almost here and with that comes the 2020 All Night Party! Please join us at our kickoff planning on Wednesday, May 29, 7 - 9 pm in the Knowledge Market at BHHS. Questions? Email BHHSANP2020@gmail.com.
Also, we need your help to break down and clean up this year's All Night Party on Sunday, June 9. Arrive at 12:15 a.m. The more the merrier! Sign up to volunteer HERE.
If you have paid your child's pay to participate fee this year but the student has not participated in a club or sport and you feel you are entitled to a refund, please complete the Pay to Participate Refund Request Form by Friday, May 24, 2019. Completed forms can be submitted via email to Angie Lewis at ALewis@bloomfield.org or by mail to BHS Recreation, Athletics, and Community Service, 7273 Wing Lake Road, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48301.
The BHHS Black Student Alliance is hosting a Clothing, Book, and Supply Drive from May 13 - May 24, 2019, to benefit Orchards Children's Services and Kids Kicking Cancer. Donations can be placed in the cardboard boxes in each corner of the Main Commons. Please view the suggested Donations List. Monetary donations will be accepted by Mrs. Jones in the counseling office.
The BHS Student Art Exhibition "Art from the Hills" will be on display at the Bloomfield Township Public Library until May 25, 2019. All are welcome!
Alan Zhang was recently announced as a recipient of Honors in the U.S. National Chemistry Olympiad competition. Alan ranked among the top 150 students in the nation for chemistry and was also recognized as a national finalist.
Congratulations to senior Riya Doshi for being selected as a 2019 Outstanding Grad by the The Detroit News for their CATCH (Sparky Anderson's Charity for Children) Outstanding Graduates program! Riya was chosen from a field of outstanding nominees for the category of Journalism.
Students from BHHS and EHMS joined 40,000 other student participants from 13 countries at the recent FIRST World Championships in Detroit, driving their robots in competitions at Cobo Center, eating at food trucks and doing activities at Campus Martius Park, and dancing and celebrating at the opening and closing ceremonies at Ford Field.