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.
Please review the BHHS Attendance Philosophy and policies.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The attendance office, upon receiving a call to the attendance line at (248)341-5610, from the parent/guardian to excuse their student, will send an electronic emailed pass to the student from the Attendance Office. It is the student’s responsibility to monitor their email for this pass before signing out at the attendance window. Students may be required to show their electronic pass to staff when leaving. All dismissal requests must be called in prior to 2 pm on THE DAY OF THE ABSENCE. PLEASE ALLOW THE ATTENDANCE OFFICE 30 MINUTES TO PROCESS YOUR PHONE CALL. In an emergency situation after 2 pm, you must come into the school to sign your student out at the attendance window.
Thank you to all who joined us for the first PTO meeting of this school year! Thank you to our Special Guests; BHS School Liasion Officer Kelly McGraw, and representatives from BHAC and Student Leadership. Please find the meeting minutes below.
Hospitality Update: Parents, we need you!!!
Want to help make our Homecoming Dance a night to remember? Volunteer here.
Love to bake? Click here to donate homemade treats for the college representatives participating in the BHHS-sponsored College Night on October 17.
Thank you for supporting BHHS PTO!
All who join or donate by October 1 to be entered into a raffle to win an item from our Black Hawk Official Sideline Store!
2022-2023 BHHS PTO President
Henry Jackson, a 12th grade student at BHHS, took the United States Government and Politics AP exam in spring 2022. Of all the students who took this challenging, college-level examination, Jackson is one of only 21 students who earned every point possible, placing in the top 0.01% of 2022 AP United States Government and Politics Exam takers from around the world.
Power in Plushies is a new initiative founded by a team of seven Bloomfield Hills High School 12th grade students, with a mission to provide toys and stuffed animals to those who are in need.