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Students who thrive in a small environment that develops character, integrity, compassion for others, and academic skills will find success at Bowers Academy.
Founded to address the needs of at-risk students, Bowers Academy balances academic challenge with self-reflection, exceptionally small class sizes, and the unique learning environment of the Bowers Farm.
Our ultimate goal at Bowers Academy is to graduate competent, empathetic, aware, and empowered individuals.
- Relationships are primary, particularly in this setting. Staff are sensitive to power struggles that impede the formation of positive relationships.
- Student choice facilitates engagement and offers a sense of power to students.
- All students learn at different rates. Bowers Academy offers an alternative setting to structure the delivery of curriculum around this concept.
- The delivery of our curriculum must offer a significant departure from what students have already experienced and failed.
- Bowers Academy strives to create a safe environment for students to make choices and establish independence.
- A low student to teacher ratio is maintained.
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.
After eleven incredible years in Bloomfield Hills, this summer I will be transitioning to Troy School District to serve as the Assistant Superintendent for Secondary Instruction.
My experiences in Bloomfield have been rich; observing and supporting high levels of instruction, collaborating on building designs, championing high impact resources for students and teachers and celebrating student and staff achievements. The list could go on an on, but ultimately my time in Bloomfield has enriched my life both personally and professionally, for that I am truly grateful.
I am excited to begin my tenure in Troy but will miss the relationships I have established in Bloomfield along the way. Please know that my door is always open and I look forward to our paths crossing again soon!
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.
Way's 4th-grade students showcase their rich learning opportunity for the Wax Museum Exhibition. Students brainstormed ideas for individual inquiry, generated possible subtopics to guide research, read non-fiction books and articles, and incorporated their thinking routines throughout the process. They worked hard, and it shows!
Student Sarim Chaudhary steps into the Statue of Liberty character and beams proudly, "I liked how we could choose anything that is either a person, place, or thing. I enjoyed researching the Statue of Liberty, and presenting is really fun too!"
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!
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
Recently, the Bloomfield Hills Schools Board of Education met to determine the process by which they plan to hire a new superintendent. The Board of Education has decided to select a search firm to lead the search and are accepting proposals from search firms from now until May 21, 2019. On May 23, 2019, the Board of Education will hold a meeting to determine which firms to interview. Interviews are likely to take place on June 5, 2019, with the formal selection of a search firm to occur on June 6, 2019. Once a firm is selected, a timeline for the superintendent search will be posted to the district's website. The Board is looking forward to a collaborative and inclusive selection process.
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.
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