Our state-of-the-art campus for grades 9-12 is designed to support the highest level of student engagement and academic success. From Learning Communities that provide collaborative environments, to high-tech arts and STEM spaces, to Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate classes, BHHS empowers lifelong learners with the skills necessary for a global society. Students will be challenged to understand multiple perspectives, inquire about the world, and grapple with complexities.
Bloomfield Hills High School is designed around Learning Communities giving students the opportunity to learn in a personalized and collaborative environment. Authentic learning and innovation are at the heart of our Learning Communities.
Bloomfield Hills High School offers a fully-authorized Middle Years Programme (MYP) and Diploma Programme. This rigorous academic program prepares students for university life and encourages students to ask challenging questions, learn how to learn, develop a strong sense of their own identity and culture, and develop the ability to communicate with and understand people from other cultures.
The BHHS Pathway Program is designed to create rich and meaningful learning experiences for students through a sense of community and connectedness within the school and the local community.
This past Saturday, February 17, 20 members of the BHHS Forensics Team competed at their 3rd tournament of the 2024 season at the annual Spartanvitational event held at Michigan State University. This unique speech tournament is fully organized and conducted exclusively by college students.
Bloomfield Hills placed 4th overall out of 21 participating high schools and 1st place overall for average speaker points-per-entry. The following 12 students advanced to the Final rounds and received individual awards in their categories of competition (*denotes 2024 Team Captain):
An informal opportunity to connect with the principal. March 1st at 8am. Come to the front doors of the school on Andover, check in and head to the "Charlie Hollerith Innovation Hub"
The Traub Scholarship has been a cherished part of the Bloomfield Hills Schools’ culture for more than 50 years. Traub Scholarship funds are awarded annually and divided equally among an art and music recipient from Bloomfield Hills High School. Applications and more information can be found in the BHHS Counseling Center.
Congratulations to all of the students who participated in this past weekend's MSBOA District Four Solo and Ensemble Event.
Band and Orchestra students from around Oakland County traveled to Walled Lake Central High School this past Friday and Saturday to play a prepared solo or an ensemble work for an adjudicator. Students were then rated on a 1 - 5 scale based on their overall tone, rhythm, technique, and interpretation. 31 events from Bloomfield received an "excellent" second division rating with 59 receiving a "superior" first division rating. Students with a first division rating qualify for the state level event held in Rochester on March 16.
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Parents of current eighth graders are invited to learn about the opportunities available at Bloomfield Hills High School, meet with administrators, and learn about the scheduling process for the upcoming school year during the ninth grade orientation.