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ID Class: A Sample of Interdisciplinary Studies

For grade 9 students, Learning Community teachers are supplementing ID with new and  unique topics during a portion of each class, providing opportunities for teacher-student interaction and relationship-building.

BHHS Communication Camp Group Photo

A total of 49 students in grades 10-12 attended the first-ever Communications Camp, hosted at Camp Skyline in Almont, MI. Coordinated by Associate Principal Jason Ohrt, the goal of the multiple-day retreat was to build strong relationships amongst students of different social groups, and build a positive culture that will trickle down to the entire school community.

BHHS News and Announcements

ID Class: A Sample of Interdisciplinary Studies

For grade 9 students, Learning Community teachers are supplementing ID with new and  unique topics during a portion of each class, providing opportunities for teacher-student interaction and relationship-building.

BHHS Communication Camp Group Photo

A total of 49 students in grades 10-12 attended the first-ever Communications Camp, hosted at Camp Skyline in Almont, MI. Coordinated by Associate Principal Jason Ohrt, the goal of the multiple-day retreat was to build strong relationships amongst students of different social groups, and build a positive culture that will trickle down to the entire school community.

Calling all alumni, parents, teachers, and community members...come perform SLEIGH RIDE with us at our upcoming Collage Concert. There are two dates for this year's performance (Tuesday, 12/5 or Wednesday 12/6). The performance will start off our concert at 7 pm. Vocalists and instrumentalists welcome. Please email band director Alan Posner if you need music - aposner@bloomfield.org

We hope to see you there!

Bloomfield Girls Host Robotics Competition

The future of STEM education took center stage at the 11th annual Bloomfield Girls Robotics Competition (BGRC) on November 4, where young innovators showcased their prowess in robotics and engineering.

paying for college

November 28, 6 pm
This meeting will provide critical information to seniors and parents on how to navigate the process of paying for college. The topics discussed will include the financial aid  process, completing the FAFSA, and applying for scholarships.

Make a Difference Day Students volunteering

Each year, the Bloomfield Hills Schools Parent-Teacher Organization Council partners with a local organization for Make a Difference Day, which is celebrated annually on the fourth Saturday of October. This year’s partnership with Humble Design in Pontiac focused on assisting in the effort to end homelessness.

BHHS Students Host Sister School Exchange Students from Taiwan

From Friday, October 20 through Tuesday, October 24, Bloomfield Hills High School students and their families hosted twenty grade 11 students from Taiwan, thanks to a partnership between the BHHS Mandarin Chinese language program and their sister school, Hsin Chuang Senior High School.

Jessica Lupone Named MI 2024 Assistant Principal of the Year

Jessica Lupone, Associate Principal of Bloomfield Hills High School, has been named Michigan’s 2024 Assistant Principal of the Year by the Michigan Association of Secondary School Principals and the Michigan Association of Student Councils and Honor Societies. Congratulations, Jessica!

AP Scholars

Each year, many Bloomfield Hills High School students take Advanced Placement courses, which are college-level classes. The Advanced Placement program recognizes students who have consistently demonstrated high achievement on the AP tests in May each year.

Stratford Theater Trip Group Shot

Bloomfield Hills High School drama students traveled to Stratford, Ontario and experienced an amazing three days of Stratford theatre, thanks to the coordination and planning of drama teacher and theatre director Mary Bogrette.

BHHS will be offering our after-school tutoring program starting September 25.

Tutoring will take place Monday-Thursday from 3:00 - 4:00 in the Knowledge Market - KM104.

No appointment is necessary

Cap and Gown Orders

Reminder: If you have not already done so, order your cap and gown at the Herff Jones website.

If you would like to just order a Cap, Gown and tassel, choose choose the grad gear and essentials button, then scroll down to Grad Essentials. You do not have to pay shipping charges if you are ONLY ORDERING the Cap & Gown Unit.

Here are additional Links to Resources for the CLASS OF 2024, including Senior Portrait Sitting Information, Cap and Gown ordering, Senior All Night Party, Yearbook Information and College Application Requirements.

Student Ambassadors host prospective students who are visiting BHHS and shadowing for the day and assist in showing off our school during events like Schedule Pick Up days and 9th Grade Parent Orientation. Anyone in grades 10-12 can sign up to be a Student Ambassador and receive community service hours for their time. Look for the table during the Club Fair on Sept. 18th for more information.

First Day of school collage

The first day of school was a great success, with smiles all around from students and staff. It's an exciting time as students embark on their educational journeys and experience personal growth throughout the school year.

PTO Update

As a thank you for the hard work and time of BHHS staff and administrators this week during long parent-teacher conference days, the BHHS PTO was thrilled to be able to provide them dinner! It was possible because of BHHS community members’ dues and donations, and our Hospitality Team: Terri Kraft and Stephanie Langwell. Thank you!

Renu Zaretsky and Leah Abel
PTO Co-President

District News

As we move into the season of giving thanks, teachers and faculty focus lessons and themes of the month accordingly. For two of our Bloomfield Hills Schools, the P.R.E.P. program and Bowers Academy, students gathered together to celebrate their first-ever Friendsgiving

The weather may have been rainy, but the vibe was happy as TreeSchool families and staff came together to celebrate “Family Giving Day.”

In 1982, the West Hills Junior High School Social Studies classes buried a time capsule and left maps to help someone discover its location. The time capsule and associated maps were lost to time, until Summer 2023, when BHS Physical Plant Services crews unearthed a beat-up garbage can while installing the new lower elementary playground.

Each year, the Bloomfield Hills Schools Parent-Teacher Organization Council partners with a local organization for Make a Difference Day, which is celebrated annually on the fourth Saturday of October. This year’s partnership with Humble Design in Pontiac focused on assisting in the effort to end homelessness.