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News & Information
Fresh Maple Syrup and Pure Honey is available for purchase at the E.L. Johnson Nature Center. They are $7 each and available Monday through Friday from 8 AM until 4 PM (except Thanksgiving week). The Nature Center is located at 3325 Franklin Road in Bloomfield Hills.
Learn about the opportunities and pathways available for students currently in 8th grade, entering high school next Fall. Some of the programs have upcoming information sessions or application deadlines.
Congratulations to the BHHS student athletes who signed their NCAA Letters of Intent to play college sports in the fall of 2020!
Congratulations to the Girls Swim and Dive team for earning the title of 2019 OAA White Division Champions, and to coach David Zulkiewski for being named the 2019 OAA Champion White Division Coach of the Year!
Bloomfield Hills Schools is pleased to be exhibiting student art from now through Tuesday, November 26, 2019, at Oakland Schools!
Wing Lake Developmental Center was one of eight schools in Oakland County to be selected to Paint A Plow for the Oakland County Road Commission!
Students in Mrs. MacLeod's 2nd grade class at Conant recently worked on teamwork and problem solving. Each group was given 100 index cards and asked to a create a structure using only the cards!
Congratulations to John Ciecko, BHS Director of Sports Medicine, on being appointed Vice President of Michigan Athletic Trainers Society! John will be appointed in January 2020 for a 2-year term. John will oversee the Ethics Committee of state licensing, high school athletic trainers, and Critical Incident Management Team.
Brooke Thompson is a record-breaking swimmer on the Bloomfield Hills High School girls swim and dive team. Brooke also is deaf, but doesn’t let that be a limit or defining factor. This year, Brooke has set BHHS school records as well as Division 1 state qualifying times in the 100 Free and 200 Free events.