BHHS News Details
The International Baccalaureate Virtual Art Show will take place from March 11 - 12, 2021, and will feature artwork by:
- Ana Cabral Manterola
- Paulett Aguilar
- Anja Weller
A link to the virtual art show will be available beginning March 11.
Congratulations to all of the BHHS students who participated in MSBOA’s first ever Virtual Solo and Ensemble Festival! Students in 10-12th grade could elect to submit a proficiency exam where students were asked to perform a solo in addition to scales. Students in this group received a rating out of 75 points and will be considered for selection to the MSBOA Spring Honors Conference.
VIRTUAL STUDENTS - please return any textbooks or materials you are no longer using to the reception desk using the Andover Road entrance.
IN PERSON STUDENTS - please return any textbooks or materials you are no longer using directly to your teacher. Thank you!
Due to COVID and attendance restrictions, entrance to ALL BHHS SPORTING EVENTS WILL REQUIRE A TICKET. EACH PLAYER IS ALLOWED 2 LISTED SPECTATORS.THIS INCLUDES ALL REMAINING BASKETBALL AND HOCKEY GAMES. Fans without a ticket or not on the list WILL NOT BE ALLOWED IN.
Coming up: March All Night Party Planning Meeting - Join us!! March 24 8:00pm. Link TBD.
Purchase your ticket to the All Night Party (June 6, 2021, from 9 p.m. to 3 a.m.)
Are you sick of Cooking Dinner?
How about a delicious Curbside pick up Mediterranean Family Dinner to support the BHHS All Night Party?
Dinner from La Marsa in West Bloomfield.
Choose either Chicken Shawarma or Veggie Ghallaba (each meal is family style and feeds at least 4 people). Either Dinner is $70.
We are hoping that you would consider a TIP on top of that amount hat you would normally pay in the restaurant that will ALL be donated toward the Senior All Night Party. (Suggested donation of $10 or more please).
Note: In addition to the main dish each order includes Rice, Fattoush salad, hummus and fresh baked pita bread with garlic dip.
All Dinners will be cooked, warm and individually wrapped for Curbside pick up at the High School Main Entrance on Friday March 12th at 6:00 pm.
High school students Om Joshi and Tage Smith established a non profit organization called Give MI Tech to help provide technology to areas in Michigan through the donation of working, broken, old, or any condition. They are seeking laptops, computers, monitors, mouses and keyboards. However, old phones, ipads, desktops, usb drives and other sorts of technology will also be accepted.
- Any morning from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.
- 264 Pine Ridge Drive, Bloomfield Hills
- Drop off bin at front door
Do you enjoy drawing anime characters? Are you interested in fantasy and sci-fi video games and films? If you desire the creative freedom to pursue this genre of art, then the Fantasy & Sci-Fi Art Class taught by Mr. Beauchamp offered to BHHS students might be for you!
Attention Class of 2021:
Plans are underway for the June 6, 2021, Commencement Ceremony!
Visit www.bloomfield.org/graduation for updates.
If you have any questions about graduation, see or email Mrs. Mezey or Mrs. Lupone in the main office.
The Science Olympiad Regional competition was held virtually on Saturday, February 27, and despite a few nationwide technical glitches in the middle of the day, BHHS students did a great job! 27 teams competed overall at the high school level with medals awarded to the top 8 teams in each event. Congratulations to the BHHS award winners!
The link to sign-up for BHHS Spring 2021 Progress Conferences is open until 11:55 p.m. Tuesday, March 9. Progress Conferences are Wednesday, March 10 from 4-7 pm. All conferences will be held via Zoom. Please be sure to:
Create appointments with all the individuals you would like to meet with. Teachers have 5-minute appointments. Counselors have 10-minute appointments.
Schedule only ONE teacher per five-minute slot. If you have double-booked yourself, please cancel one of the appointments so that another family may have the opportunity to meet with that teacher.
Sign-up for only ONE appointment slot per teacher. If you have scheduled more than 1 appointment with the same teacher, please cancel all but one appointment. Additional appointments may be canceled at the teacher's discretion if you have yet not done so. If you need more than 5 minutes, please email the teacher directly to schedule a separate meeting.
IMPORTANT: The name you created your appointment with MUST match the name you Zoom in with or teachers will not let you in.
Include a valid email address for each appointment. This is the only way you can find, add, edit, or cancel an appointment slot. You will have until 11:55 p.m. Tuesday, March 9 to do so.
Zoom links will be found on each teacher's Canvas course. Please login to Canvas (here are login instructions if needed) and find the Progress Conferences Zoom link at the top of each home page.
Please remember that conferences run in 5-minute increments and you may not exceed or extend your time slot, even if you enter late. Teachers must move to the next appointment when yours has ended. If you need detailed instructions on how to use the myconference.com website, click here. We look forward to seeing you during Progress Conferences!
Congratulations to David Zulkiewski, Eric Klein, and David Jenvey for recently being named “Favorite Teacher” in their respective teaching fields! ClickOnDetroit.com hosted an academic edition for Winter 2021, allowing students, families and staff to nominate and then vote for their favorite teachers in the metro Detroit area.
The application window for the Norm Stewart Scholarship is now open. BHHS students are encouraged to apply via this form. The Stewart Scholarship in the Visual Arts is awarded annually to a BHHS student specifically for additional visual arts instruction at approved organizations providing advanced studies in drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking, design, ceramics, photography, filmmaking, and more.
There are still many seniors who have not yet ordered a cap and gown for graduation. The link to order is:
www.Balfourshop.com school code MI161640
Your cap and gown will be shipped directly to the school for distribution in the spring.
Any souvenir items that you order such as tassels, key chains, t-shirts and hoodies will ship directly to your home.
If you have any questions, you can reach us at 248-689-4445, or email us at: email@example.com or through the website at balfourshop.com.
The application window for Art & Music Traub Scholarships will be open from February 25 - March 25, 2021, by 2:30 p.m. Applications will be available in the Counseling Office or electronically by emailing Counseling Secretary, Mrs. Litz, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Exclusive official Bloomfield Hills announcements are now available! Share the joy with your official high school announcement.
Show off your achievement with your school colors and official crest completely customized for the Class of 2021 Bloomfield Hills High School SENIORS!
Save on packages including official announcements, thank you notes, address labels and envelopes. Exclusively at Balfour. Order now and spread the word to your friends and family in time for graduation.
Don’t know your ceremony date?
No worries, you can still order and start celebrating!
You can now watch Black Hawk home games and matches live! Home games and matches taking place in the main gym can be viewed at www.nfhsnetwork.com by purchasing a subscription. Swim and Dive matches can be viewed on Facebook. Go Black Hawks!
Please help us celebrate and recognize the accomplishments and future plans of the class of 2021 by completing this form. Seniors must be logged in to their bloomfield.org account to complete the form. Questions? Contact Mrs. Mezey (email@example.com) or Mrs. Lupone (firstname.lastname@example.org). Thank you!
Attention Class of 2021!
Following are updated Yearbook submission deadlines:
- Senior portraits are now due no later than May 1
- Senior recognition ads are now due no later than May 12
- The last day to order a yearbook is May 31
See the yearbook page on the BHHS website for more information and links to purchase recognition ads and yearbooks
Please review this document for 2020-2021 BHHS yearbook information.
Please visit www.bloomfield.org/canvas for student and parent/guardian resources and tutorials.
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.