Reach for the Stars is a student organization that offers free online tutoring, summer programs, and other academic and enriching services to elementary and middle school students. This program is co-founded by Diya Ramesh, rising sophomore at the International Academy. Visit their website to learn more.
News & Information
Congratulations to WHMS student, Jieming Gan, for winning the Kappy Family Anne Frank and Elie Wiesel Night Art & Writing Competition!
Are you a talented teen? Do you know a talented teen? Simply submit a recording of you performing (5 minutes or less) to email@example.com.
The Board of Education has passed the Resolution to Eradicate Racism to create more equitable and inclusive schools for all children.
The E.L. Johnson Nature Center has a fascinating history, and Bloomfield Hills Schools are extraordinarily fortunate to have this gem of a learning facility within our district.
Next Pickup days: Thursday 7/9 & Monday 7/13
at Bloomfield Hills High School
All children (up to 18 years, or under 26 for adults with disabilities) are eligible to receive meals from BHS at this time.
This student-led organization is hosting free summer courses for students K-12 interested in advancing their skill sets in different areas. The classes will be held virtually by high school students who have a large passion in that area.
The BHHS stadium will be closed from 7:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. Monday - Friday. Only pre-approved school activities will take place during this time. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
You join us for one of our upcoming Facebook Live events to learn more about the August 4 bond proposal.
"My time spent at BHHS, learning from faculty, students, and coaches has taught me to not just focus on myself, but to better my community”, shares 2018 BHHS graduate Tori Weingarten
BHS News is a printed newsletter that celebrates the learning and opportunities in Bloomfield Hills Schools. If you wish to read our current or past issues, please click on the links below.
- BHS News - Winter 2020
- BHS News - Fall 2019
- BHS News - Winter 2019
- BHS News - Summer 2018
- BHS News - Spring 2018
- BHS News - Winter 2017
- BHS News- Fall 2017
- BHS News - Spring 2016
- BHS News - Winter 2015
- BHS News - Summer 2015
- BHS News - Spring 2015
- BHS News - Winter 2015
- BHS News - Fall 2014
- BHS News - Summer 2014
- BHS News - Spring 2014
- BHS News - Winter 2013
- BHS News - Fall 2013
- BHS News - Summer 2013
- BHS News - Spring 2013
Alaena, a 6th grader at Bloomfield Hills Middle School, was selected as one of the winners for the annual UnitedHealthcare Children's Foundation (UHCCF) Holiday Art Contest.