We believe opportunities create possibilities. As part of our enduring commitment to creating opportunities for our students, we encourage them to explore a variety of unique experiences, hands-on activities, and a diverse set of course offerings. We are dedicated to giving your child more and helping them develop individual excellence on the pathway toward achieving personal goals. As a direct result of these efforts, approximately 90% of our graduating seniors are accepted into their first college of choice.
Bloomfield Hills Schools has made the creation of opportunities an expectation. Your child will experience the special freedom of having the greatest number of top-quality opportunities to discover his or her potential. Whatever your child dreams to be, we have a wide array of choices and supports in place to help make his or her preferred future a reality.
Please explore our website to learn more about the unique opportunities offered by Bloomfield Hills Schools, including:
- The Bowers School Farm, a working farm that provides real-world experiences for our students.
- The Nature Center, a 40 acre site offering a plethora of outdoor exploration programs.
- Model Center, a program for our 10th – 12th grade students who wish to actively participate in the formation of their classroom experience.
- Visible Thinking, a program out of Harvard that engages students in in-depth thinking, deepens subject matter learning, and provides a means for extensive student interaction.
- International Baccalaureate, a pre K-12th grade program that helps students develop academically, socially, emotionally and culturally as they grow to become citizens of the world.
We would like to invite you to take a tour of one or more of our schools, speak to someone directly in our enrollment office, or request additional information by mail or email. To arrange a tour or obtain additional information, please fill out the "Contact Us" form, located at the top of the screen, throughout the website.
Thank you again for your time and we hope to see you soon in the Bloomfield Hills Schools!
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WE LOVE BLOOMFIELD!
We are unable to count the reasons why people love Bloomfield! Learn just some of the reasons families move to our neighborhoods and send their children to our Michigan public schools.
Bloomfield Hills Schools is home to a diverse range of families; across the district, over 60 languages are spoken in homes. This diversity of language and backgrounds creates a global community in which students can learn from one another about culture, and faculty can teach about cultural differences with ease. All 7th grade classes across the three middle schools attend a two-day World Religions field trip, during which four local religious institutions are visited. And at the high school level, a popular course is IB World Religions, in which students work directly with local religious leaders and institutions. These educational, global opportunities could not exist within a more homogeneous community.
Bloomfield Hills Schools has a PTOC (Parent Teacher Organization Council) that creates a space for all eight school buildings' PTOs to come together once a month and share best practices. The PTOC also helps to coordinate district-wide events, including the service-focused Make A Difference Day each fall and a Multicultural Celebration each spring. The PTOC and the events it plans help to create a strong sense of community within Bloomfield Hills Schools and the families they serve.
Bloomfield Hills Schools is the proud owner of two gems within the Bloomfield community: The E.L. Johnson Nature Center, and the Bowers School Farm. Hosting school field trips throughout the year, these facilities provide hands-on, outdoor learning experiences for students. At the high school level, students can enroll in classes such as Environmental Field Research, the Science of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources, and Veterinary Science, hosted at our nature center and farm. These facilities and the resources they offer create unique and hands-on learning opportunities that set our district apart, and showcase how our community values experiential, practical, and outdoor learning."
-Leah Abel, BHS Parent & Family Ambassador
-Michelle Gilbert, BHS Parent
"As newcomers to both the community and the school district, our decision to relocate our family from Chicago to Bloomfield Hills is justified each and every day our son comes home from school. As parents, one of our most important goals was to find the school that would best suit our child and his individual needs.
After 7 Detroit area school visits, Eastover was a no-brainer. It was the only school that captured us in each and every way. Between the staff interaction, the learning objectives, ethical teachings and programming, we were sold immediately and were excited to become part of the Eastover community.
We already know that the experience at Eastover is more than educational. To SOAR is to truly embrace all that is taught at Eastover. We could not be more pleased with our decision to attend Eastover and are excited to continue our journey with both of our children."
- Dana Mowat, Eastover Parent
"It's hard to believe that it's been almost 12 years since I graduated high school. During that time, I've come to realize that the experiences I had and people I met during my time in the Bloomfield Hills School system will stay with me for the rest of my life.
Even though I moved to New York shortly after college, and have remained here, my connection to friends and former classmates remains strong, as do the lessons learned. Some of my favorite memories from high school were from my time on the Cross Country team, and just this morning, I saw the former captain of the team running past me in Brooklyn's Prospect Park. All I could think as we were catching up and catching our breath was how proud our coach, Mr. Price, would have been to see that his lessons on health and fitness as a lifestyle—not a fad—have paid off, as did the connections we made during months of training and competition."
-Brittany Gersh, Bloomfield Hills Schools Graduate
"My life was literally and figuratively saved by my public school teacher many years ago. We all love our jobs and students and are eager to start the year with passion and compassion. At the end of the summer, we count our pencils and take care of our families so that in just a few short weeks, we can take care of yours."
– Grat Dalton, Former BHEA President
"The middle schools have lots of different clubs and classes that help every child fit in. And the teachers are very dedicated to help you to succeed. They want the best for all of us."
- Matthew Frank, 7th Grade Student at BHMS
"I am the mother of a 3rd grader at Eastover Elementary and a preschooler at Bloomin' Tots Fox Hills and in addition to the exceptional education that speaks for itself, I want to share with you what it means to me to have my children in the Bloomfield Hills School District and at these buildings.
It means that the very first day I had to drop my first born child off at school I found relief from the burden of my fears and anxiety. It meant I could breathe and wipe away my tears when the arms of a stranger made my child feel like they were ready to be without me. It has meant that I don't have to worry about their safety or their care because they have exceptional safeguards and people who do it for me like my child is their own. It means that I know every minute my children are at school I am confident that those around them care to know them well enough to understand who they are and how they are doing. They pay attention to the times they need a helping hand or need their independence. They know exactly who they are by celebrating their talents and nurturing and guiding them into developing their skills. They have made my family feel like we are the most important people at school, until we learned they treat everyone that way, which is an extraordinary environment for my children to grow up in."
- Shannon Curcuru, Eastover and Bloomin' Parent
"Michelle and I are proud products of the Bloomfield Hills School District. The curriculum and extracurricular activities provided us the breadth of knowledge we needed to be able to compete in today's hyper competitive world. But the teachers personal commitment to help each of us achieve our own unique goals made us stand out, both at the University of Michigan and now in our professional careers."
- Anthony Atto and Michelle Atto, Bloomfield Hills Schools Graduates