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Bloomfield Hills Schools celebrates the diversity of families within the school community with an annual Multicultural Celebration. Now in its fourth year of being a district-wide event, the Parent Teacher Organization Council, composed of volunteer family members from across Bloomfield Hills Schools, hosted this educational celebration of culture in the Bloomfield Hills High School Main Commons.

Learn More about Fourth Annual BHS Multicultural Celebration A Success!
Operating Millage Restoration Proposal

On August 2, 2022, voters in Bloomfield Hills Schools will be asked to consider a proposal to restore the Non-homestead Operating Millage. 

• Required for Bloomfield Hills Schools to receive full revenue per pupil.

• The majority of families in Bloomfield Hills Schools qualify for the Principal Residence Exemption and will not be affected by the restoration of 2 mills.

• The tax rate for Non Principal Residence Exemption properties (like business and rental property owners) will not increase. For a business with a taxable value of property established at $200,000, the tax cost would be $3,600 ($200,000 x 18 mills ÷ 1,000), the same tax rate applied today.  

• No levy increase, current tax rate (18 mills) since 2000.

Learn More about Non-Homestead Operating Millage Restoration Proposal 8/2/22
GradesK-6Math

Grade-Up Math Placement testing will occur from Monday, May 16 through Friday, May 27 (grade-level specific date(s) will fall during that window), with decisions and family notification occurring in June. If you want your child to be considered for Grade-Up Math placement, please contact your child's classroom teacher/guidance counselor by Monday, May 9.

Learn More about K-6 Math Placement
Foundation Grants

The Bloomfield Hills Schools Foundation announced the recipients of the Spring 2022 BHSF Grants. This year’s grant projects include technology tools, student manipulatives, diverse literature, guest speakers, STEM tools, musical instruments, learning games, field trips, outdoor/experiential learning equipment, social/emotional learning resources, and other unique learning opportunities.

Learn More about The Bloomfield Hills Schools Foundation announced the recipients of the Spring 2022 BHSF Grants

Conant Elementary School

Why Choose Our IB Elementary School?

As an IB Primary Years Programme school in Michigan, Conant Elementary "focuses on the development of the whole child as an inquirer, both in the classroom and in the world outside." Our students participate in project-based learning that reflects the PYP philosophy of an integrated curriculum and incorporates 21st Century skills, global-mindedness, and the Common Core State Standards. We utilize inquiry-based instructional practices that build on children's natural curiosity and encourage students to use critical thinking skills, reflect on their learning and compassionately develop solutions for real-world problems.

Conant Elementary School is a National Blue Ribbon School

Conant School Mission

To foster inquiry and innovation while preparing active citizens to participate in a global community.

Incoming Kindergarten Welcome Video

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Booth Center - Room A, Booth Center - Room B, Booth Center - Room C, Booth Center - Room D - Training Room
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Conant Elementary School - Room 404 - Art Room

Nut Free School

Supply Lists 2021-22

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Conant Elementary
4100 West Quarton Road
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302

Contacts

Main: 248.341.7000

Attendance Line: 248.341.7010

Robert Phelps, Principal
248.341.7005
rphelps@bloomfield.org

Katherine MacNair, Secretary
248.341.7001
kmacnair@bloomfield.org

Stephanie Olson, IB PYP Coordinator
248-341-7416
solson@bloomfield.org

Building Hours

 

Class 9:10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Half Days Dismissal at 12:30 p.m.
Latchkey
 
7 to 9 a.m.
4 to 5:30 p.m.
Office 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.