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Middle School Athletics

Please click HERE for the latest information about East Hills Winter 2 sports for students in grades 6, 7 & 8. This season includes volleyball (both travel and intramural), boys swimming, boys diving, and wrestling. Please refer questions directly to the respective team coach.

You can find the schedule for games and meets HERE. You can even sign up to receive a reminder about your student's sports competition.

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The National African American Read-In

This year, Bloomfield Hills Schools is proud to be working in partnership with Oakland Schools to participate in the National African American Read-In. BHS is hosting a “watch site” at Bloomfield Hills High School in the auditorium on Tuesday, February 15 from 6:45 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.  Families will also have an option to participate via zoom. This event is open to all BHS students, K-12. All participating students will receive a book by the author or illustrator. Staff is welcome to attend as well.  Registration is available on the district website.

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Way to go GEKOTs!

On Dec 19, East Hills FIRST LEGO League Robotics team #3646 G.E.K.O.T. (Great Engineering Kids of Tomorrow) attended the Michigan robotics finals.  The team placed 2nd overall and received the 2nd place Champion's Award!  The team received lots of positive attention for their Innovation Project which proposes the use of electric scooters to deliver groceries in food deserts. Way to go GEKOTs! The GEKOTs are: Carter Radcliffe, Skyler Anthony, Gerry Socha, Maizy Moore, Stevie Moore, Cy Watson, Karina Nandalur, Henry Hutchison (youth mentor), and Dan Champoux (coach).

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East Hills Global Education Team (GET) Meeting - Thurs., Jan. 27 (7:30 A.M. - Before School)

You are invited to join the East Hills Global Education Team, whether you've been a member in the past or are looking to join us for the first time. Our meeting this month is Thursday, January 27 at 7:30 a.m. (before school) in the Front Gateway (by the cafeteria).  This meeting will be held in person, but we will also send out a Zoom link the week of January 24 for anyone that would like to join us virtually.  All are welcome to attend. 

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6th Grade Girls Intramural Volleyball

We would like to extend an invitation to all the 6th-grade girls to participate in the 6th Grade Intramural Volleyball Program.  It is a fun way to learn the game, have fun with your classmates, and start the day off with a little exercise and camaraderie.  The program will begin on Monday, January 24th, and conclude the first week of March. The practice runs Monday-Thursday from 7:30 to 8:10 am.  The gym will be open at 7:15 am. 

Mr. Massucci 8th Grade Teacher
Mr. Leitz Physical Education Teacher

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4th & 5th Grade Elementary Variety Show Information - February 11 (Audition Form Due January 14)

Important Dates:
-The Audition Form is due Friday, January 14th to your homeroom teacher
-Auditions will be held during school on the morning of Tuesday, January 25th
Lunch Meeting for participants Tuesday, February 1st
-4th Grade-Mrs. Park’s room
            -5th Grade-Mr. Shallow’s room
-A Dress Rehearsal will be held during the afternoon of Tuesday, February 8th
-The final performance will be in the afternoon on Friday, February 11th

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January IB Learner Profile: Courageous & Spotlight on Student Learning: Mr. Lipinski’s Science Class

Embrace Courage to Take Action and Make Positive Change:
As we move into the second half of our school year, we continue to talk to students about ways to take action and reflect on those experiences.  Taking action to make our world a better place is a characteristic that we value in our school.  Service is one form of action. We define service as action that has a reach beyond the classroom with the purpose of making change.

“Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak; courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen.” ~Winston Churchill

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Bloomfield Youth Assistance: Scholarship Opportunities for Pre-K through 12th

Bloomfield Youth Assistance provides need-based scholarships to assist families with the cost of an enrichment experience, such as camp, or appropriate skill-building activity. BYA offers a limited number of scholarships to students residing within the Bloomfield Hills School District.  See the website for more information and application forms

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Mission Statement

East Hills Middle School Community works together to foster caring partnerships that promote self-esteem and value the dignity and diversity of each individual. Through inquiry, creative expression, and critical thinking we nurture the joy and desire for lifelong learning and responsible citizenship for each learner of our school community.

East Hills Service as Action Form

Through Service as Action experiences in the classroom, throughout the school, and within the community, East Hills students will enhance their skills of collaboration, perseverance, initiative, understanding and engagement. Students should complete a Service as Action form to reflect on each Service as Action experience in which they participate. 

East Hills is a Nut-Restricted School
Please remember that nuts of all kinds are restricted at East Hills because of students with severe and life-threatening allergies. The restriction is in effect in the entire building and at all times, including the school day, after school, evenings and weekends.

East Hills Middle School became a nut-restricted school in January of 2013. As a result, please carefully read and review all food packaging prior to sending food items to school. For further information on food allergies, consult We appreciate in advance your full cooperation.

Nut Restricted Letter 2019-2020






Main: 248.341.6200
Attendance: 248.341.6210

Jason Rubel, Principal

Angela Konzen, Associate Principal

Leah Closson, Principal's Secretary

Kristin Bridges, Attendance/Records Secretary

Julia Beattie, IB Teacher Leader/MYP Coordinator

Tom Kalanquin, Counselor
(5th, 6th & 7th grades for 2021-2022 school year)

TaMarcus Southward, Counselor
(4th & 8th grades for 2021-2022 school year)


East Hills Middle School
2800 Kensington Road
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304

Building Hours

Class 8:30 a.m. - 3:20 p.m.
Half Days 11:50 a.m. Dismissal
Kidz Zone
7:00 a.m. - 8:10 a.m.
3:20 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Office 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.




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