Asian Student Alliance Fundraiser

In honor of Asian American Pacific Islander month, the BHHS Asian Student Alliance is hosting a fundraiser in collaboration with Quickly Boba Cafe- Auburn Hills to combat the recent rise in Asian hate crimes. Please visit Quickly Boba Cafe in Auburn Hills (located at 3395 Auburn Rd, Auburn Hills, MI 48326) between 1 PM to 5 PM this Saturday, May 15 and let your cashier know you are supporting our cause by showing them our flyer. If you plan on ordering online, you can include in the comments of your order that you are supporting this fundraiser. 20% of proceeds from your order will be donated to Stop AAPI Hate. 

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2020-2021 MASC/MAHS State Leadership Conference Awards Recipients

After a wonderful weekend at the MASC/MAHS State Leadership Conference, we could not be more proud of our BHHS Student Leadership team, their hard work, dedication, and latest accomplishments. It is a privilege to work with such incredible individuals in an outstanding community. 

Our BHHS Student Leadership team received the highest honors at the state conference:

  • Award of Excellence

  • Exceptional Service Project

  • Star School

  • Unsung Hero (Cami Krugel)

  • Student of the Year nomination (Maggie Eisenberg) 

  • 2020-2021 MASC/MAHS Advisor of the Year (Krista Laliberte)

  • 2020-2021 MASC/MAHS Assistant Principal of the Year Finalist (Jessica Lupone)

  • Best in Show (Meet Santa Live! Showcase Presentation-)Presenters: Robert Newland, Lindsey Zousmer, Benji Stern, Bowie Cooper, and Sofia Marra

Student Leadership is advised by Krista Laliberte and Erin Cervi

Student Activities are overseen by Jessica Lupone

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2021 Summer Camps

Bloomfield Hills Schools has Summer Camp opportunities for all ages, all abilities, and all interests! New this year, families have the option to select individual days, an entire week, and an option to pay for the entire summer.

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Jaanaki Radhakrishnan Receives Princeton Prize in Race Relations

Congratulations to BHHS junior Jaanaki Radhakrishnan for receiving the Princeton Prize in Race Relations! Jaanaki has been recognized as an exceptional high school student who has engaged and challenged the community to advance racial equity and promote respect and understanding among all. Jaanaki serves as head of the Bloomfield Hills Schools Student Equity Council.

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Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizens Award

Natasha Mehta won the Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizens Award, nominated by the BHHS counseling staff. The DAR Good Citizens Award recognizes one BHHS senior who exemplifies the qualities of patriotism, service, leadership, dependability, and academic excellence. Natasha embodies all of these qualities and many more that make Natasha very deserving of this recognition. Congratulations!

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Please start to return your choir uniforms from last year. We are expecting to receive the following:

  • - garment bag
  • - original form in the zipper pocket
  • - the uniform - dress, or tux pant, tux jacket, tie and vest (Chorale only) and pin (Jills and Chorale)

Students can drop off the bag in the choir room cages that are labeled with the appropriate class name. If you are not attending school, please drop uniforms off during school hours and leave at the front desk on the garment rack.

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Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

May is Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month – a celebration of Asians and Pacific Islanders in the United States. A rather broad term, Asian/Pacific encompasses all of the Asian continent and the Pacific islands of Melanesia (New Guinea, New Caledonia, Vanuatu, Fiji and the Solomon Islands), Micronesia (Marianas, Guam, Wake Island, Palau, Marshall Islands, Kiribati, Nauru and the Federated States of Micronesia) and Polynesia (New Zealand, Hawaiian Islands, Rotuma, Midway Islands, Samoa, American Samoa, Tonga, Tuvalu, Cook Islands, French Polynesia and Easter Island).

The roots of Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month can be traced back to 1976, when Jeanie Jew, president of the Organization of Chinese American Women, contacted government officials in response to the lack of Asian Pacific representation in the U.S. bicentennial celebrations that same year. The observance began in 1979 as Asian Heritage Week, established by congressional proclamation. In May 1990, the holiday was expanded further when President George Bush signed a proclamation making it month-long for that year. On October 23, 1992, Bush signed legislation designating May of every year Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. The diversity and common experiences of the many ethnic groups are celebrated during Asian Pacific American Heritage Month with numerous community festivals as well as government-sponsored activities.

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AP Exam Test Updates

All Exams will be given digitally at home according to the schedule below. The start times for digital AP Exams is controlled by the digital testing application and can’t be adjusted by students or school staff.

Students can use a personal desktop or laptop, or a school controlled Chromebook to take their exam. More information will be sent to students the week of April 12, 2021 on accessing the AP Digital Test Application. If a student does not have an approved device, please contact LouAnn Frantz,

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Mask Reminders

As a reminder, please be sure your child’s mask follows the Bloomfield Hills Schools mask guidelines. Face masks can be either reusable or disposable. They should fit tightly over your entire nose and mouth. Masks must have school-appropriate graphics. Masks should NOT have valves. Masks with valves are not permitted in Bloomfield Hills Schools. Students and staff are welcome to wear face shields brought from home, but they are not required. They may be worn in addition to a face mask. Neck gaiters and bandannas are not sufficient face coverings. They may be worn in addition to a face mask. Neck gaiters must have school-appropriate graphics.

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District and School Communications

Families are automatically signed up to receive communication from their child's school, teachers, and Bloomfield Hills Schools through Remind and My Bloomfield. Instructions for updating this information are available at Here you can manage your contact preferences as they pertain to text, email, and phone call notifications.

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Nut-Restricted Zones

Bloomfield Hills High School has designated the Main Commons and Learning Communities A, B, C, and D on both the upper and lower levels as nut-restricted zones. There are students in our building who are highly allergic to nuts or nut products and will be eating in these zones. Please plan snacks and lunches accordingly. We appreciate in advance your full cooperation.

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