Welcome to Bloomfield Hills Schools!

Interested in a tour?

Please fill out the tour request form here or call 248.341.6328.

Each student has a unique set of interests and it is likely you will have questions you would like to ask privately. For these reasons and others, we offer personalized tours of Bloomfield Hills Schools.

Interested in shadowing?

A shadowing visit differs from a tour. When your child shadows, they will spend most of a school day with a Bloomfield Hills High School student. After your family tour, our Family Ambassadors will work with our BHHS counseling team to pair your child with the best match for their day experience.

Before your child can shadow, we need to schedule a family tour. Tours and shadows are typically not offered on the same day, but special arrangements may be able to be made for out-of-town visitors. Please ask your Family Ambassador about special arrangements if needed.

Tours are typically about an hour long and are scheduled during the school day. We welcome your whole family! You will have the chance to see the facilities as well as have your specific questions about curriculum and opportunities answered. If you are interested in a tour, please click here.

My Bloomfield 360 is video series that captures student experiences using the latest technology - 360 degree video! Click here to immerse yourself into the learning opportunities in Bloomfield Hills Schools!

Family Ambassadors

Leah Abel

Corrie Fogle

Beth Kalusniak

Nature Center & Farm

Johnson Nature Center, Michigan School with Agricultural Farm ProgramThe Johnson Nature Center is owned and operated by Bloomfield Hills Schools. This beautiful, 40-acre site offers visitors and students hands-on learning experiences at the Visitor Center, log cabins, outdoor classroom, and four-acre pond. Rescued deer and red-tailed hawk are studied up close.

Bowers School Farm, School Farm Program, Bloomfield Hills MichiganThe 96 acre Bowers School Farm was purchased in the mid-1960's by Bloomfield Hills Schools to be used as a land laboratory. Animals such as sheep, horses, llama and a donkey graze the pastures. Farm equipment is used daily to maintain the property as an educational agriculture production enterprise.