P.R.E.P. is a post-secondary educational program operated by Bloomfield Hills Schools for BHS students. The program serves young adults ages 18 - 26 who have developmental and physical disabilities.
To transition our students from school to independent living, we offer instruction in daily living skills, domestic skills, social skills, functional academics and employment skills. We also provide community-based work training opportunities in varied settings.
Students in the Bloomfield Hills Schools’ PREP program were hard at work the last few months creating new projects and growing plants to spice things up for the spring!
ProductiveThrough the commitment of our staff and the support of our families, the District and local businesses, the Bloomfield Hills Schools P.R.E.P. program is dedicated to helping each student become a Prepared, Responsible, Employable and Productive member of the community.
Attendance: 248.341.6386 (Includes early dismissals, late arrivals, absences and vacations)
- Lisa Brown, Transition Coordinator | 248.341.5615
- Meghan Gornick, Teacher | 248.341.6386
- Russell McCall, Teacher | 248.341.6389
Throughout the school year, Bloomfield Hills Schools PREP students participated in a residency with world-famous Detroit artist Hubert Massey and renowned photographer S. Kay Young, collaborating on a mosaic mural and preparing photography and other art for an exhibit now available to view at The Hawk Farmington Hills Community Center.
Prepared, Responsible, Employable, and Productive, referred to as PREP, is the Bloomfield Hills Schools program that aids in the transition of students from school to independent living.