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Dance Team

Register for the clinics to learn about what it takes to be an athlete and spirit leader in the dance team program. Learn dance/pom technique and skills, choreography, audition tips, teambuilding expectations, and more. 

BHHS Blood Drive

Throughout the United States, there is a severe shortage of blood. As a result of such need, we are hosting our annual Blood Drive on Monday, May 6, 2024 from 8:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. in the Media Center. Please encourage friends and family that are over the age of 16 to donate and help us reach our goal and save lives!

*Blood Donor Sign Up Link

Height and Weight Requires for Young Donors

*If you are 16 and looking to donate, students are required to fill out this FORM (Parental Information and Consent Packet from Versiti.org)*

Thank you in advance for your continued support!

BHHS Student Leadership

Lt. Col. Harry Stewart

Lieutenant Colonel Harry Stewart, Jr., a decorated military figure during World War II and one of the original four “Top Guns,” shared a historical presentation with about 100 fortunate Bloomfield Hills High School students. Social studies staff invited students across grade levels and various history classes to take part in the presentation, to see this living legend within our community. Stewart will turn 100 years old on July 4, 2024.

Project Prom:

Project Prom, a project created by BHHS Student Leadership representatives, is a part of the Wish Upon A Teen non-profit organization. Every year, Wish Upon A Teen hosts a prom for teens whose medical condition, treatment, or hospitalization makes it impossible to attend the prom held at their schools. Project Prom holds two events each year. Along with Spa Day, Fashion Bash is an event where teens have the opportunity to try on the prom dresses that are donated and that they will wear to prom. Without dress donations, none of these events would be possible! Dresses of any size are greatly appreciated, but larger sized dresses are needed! 

BHHS News and Announcements

Dance Team

Register for the clinics to learn about what it takes to be an athlete and spirit leader in the dance team program. Learn dance/pom technique and skills, choreography, audition tips, teambuilding expectations, and more. 

BHHS Blood Drive

Throughout the United States, there is a severe shortage of blood. As a result of such need, we are hosting our annual Blood Drive on Monday, May 6, 2024 from 8:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. in the Media Center. Please encourage friends and family that are over the age of 16 to donate and help us reach our goal and save lives!

*Blood Donor Sign Up Link

Height and Weight Requires for Young Donors

*If you are 16 and looking to donate, students are required to fill out this FORM (Parental Information and Consent Packet from Versiti.org)*

Thank you in advance for your continued support!

BHHS Student Leadership

BHHS NHS Induction Ceremony

Please join us for the 2024 National Honor Society Induction Ceremony on Wednesday, May 1, 2024 at 6:30 p.m. in the Bloomfield Hills High School Theater. The ceremony will last approximately one hour and there will be light refreshments to follow in the Media Center.

Lt. Col. Harry Stewart

Lieutenant Colonel Harry Stewart, Jr., a decorated military figure during World War II and one of the original four “Top Guns,” shared a historical presentation with about 100 fortunate Bloomfield Hills High School students. Social studies staff invited students across grade levels and various history classes to take part in the presentation, to see this living legend within our community. Stewart will turn 100 years old on July 4, 2024.

Project Prom:

Project Prom, a project created by BHHS Student Leadership representatives, is a part of the Wish Upon A Teen non-profit organization. Every year, Wish Upon A Teen hosts a prom for teens whose medical condition, treatment, or hospitalization makes it impossible to attend the prom held at their schools. Project Prom holds two events each year. Along with Spa Day, Fashion Bash is an event where teens have the opportunity to try on the prom dresses that are donated and that they will wear to prom. Without dress donations, none of these events would be possible! Dresses of any size are greatly appreciated, but larger sized dresses are needed! 

Forensics Club

When you hear the word “forensics,” what is the first thing that comes to mind? Do you picture someone on stage, performing a rehearsed speech with dramatic enthusiasm? Or, do you envision a trench coat-wearing inspector on a rainy, dark street, thoughtfully reviewing a crime scene investigation? Both are correct, and both disciplines are offered to Bloomfield Hills High School students, but they could not be more different. Keep reading for more details about each opportunity.

State Jazz Festival

Congratulations to all jazz band students on their outstanding performance at State Jazz Festival on March 19. 

Congratulations to the many BHHS band and orchestra students who represented our community with pride at MSBOA State Solo and Ensemble Festival on March 16.

DECA Team Photo 2024

At the Michigan DECA State Career Development Conference, 47 students from BHHS showcased their skills and talents in 22 different events across the core business areas of marketing, management, finance, entrepreneurship, and hospitality. The dedication and hard work of these students were evident as they displayed exemplary performance and professionalism throughout the conference. 

Science Olympiad

A total of 25 Bloomfield Hills High School students participate in the Science Olympiad club, which meets biweekly before school from September through March under the guidance of club advisor and BHHS science teacher, Lindsey DeLuca. With a total of 23 science category events, students choose three or four in which they would like to compete. Club members recently attended the Regional competition at Detroit Country Day School, and many students received medals for their event performances.

Robotic robot in competition

Traverse City Competition - March 14 - 16, 2024

Bionic Black Hawks Sponsor Night - March 20, 2024 at 7 pm at the shop on Franklin Road.  This is open to Sponsors, High school faculty and administration, district board and political offices.  Invitations will go out First week of March

First in Michigan District Troy Event #1 - March 23 - 24 Troy Athens High School,  4333 John R Rd, Troy, MI 48085 - This is open to all, and invitations and press releases will be sent out the last week of Feb / First week of March.

First in Michigan State Championships - April 4 - 6, Saginaw Valley State University

2024 First World Championship - April 18 - 20, George R. Brown Convention Center, Houston, Texas

BHHS Unified Basketball team

Bloomfield Hills High School’s unified Black Hawk basketball team played on the road last week against the West Bloomfield Lakers.

Klezmer Ensemble

Twelve talented Bloomfield Hills High School musicians recently created the BHHS Klezmer Ensemble. These students put together an audition video in Spring 2023, after their band director Alan Posner introduced them to Klezmer music. They were selected by the Michigan Music Education Association to perform in the first-ever small ensembles concert as part of the annual Michigan Music Conference in Grand Rapids. The students put on an incredible performance, and additionally served the role of demo ensemble for a session for educators earlier that day on Klezmer music.

Love Fest 2023

42 Bloomfield Hills High School students in the Acting 3 class attended the annual Mid-Michigan Theatre Arts Festival, also known as  “Love Fest,” performing The Addams Family for an audience of 14 other Michigan high schools, as well as for friends and family, hosted at Garber High School in Essexville, Michigan. Adjudicators presented awards to each school, and three BHHS students received awards: Jhanvi Gugneja (grade 12) for portraying Wednesday Addams; Dayna Cheatam (grade 12) for portraying Morticia Addams; and Elan Mesa (grade 10) for choreography. 

Tri-County High School Art Exhibition Winners

Congratulations to the 2024 Tri-County High School Art Exhibition winners from Bloomfield Hills High School! High school students from Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb Counties submitted pieces of artwork for adjudication. Bloomfield Hills High School did incredibly well, with 21 pieces of artwork accepted.

Assisted Living visit from BHHS Students

In December, BHHS students in the Generation to Generation club traveled to Providence Assisted Living in West Bloomfield where they built gingerbread houses, played games, and had great conversations with the residents there.

Andrew Hanover at the farm

A delightful journey to Bowers School Farm left Andrew Hanover (grade 10) brimming with joy and eager for more. Jennifer Vucetich, a dedicated school paraprofessional, and Lisa Brown, our district Transition Coordinator, quickly recognized Andrew's enthusiasm and wasted no time in creating an opportunity for him to work at the farm.

Andrew Hanover's journey at Bowers School Farm has transformed him, fostering independence, kindness, and a deep sense of responsibility as he cares for chickens and embraces a newfound focus. His unwavering commitment reflects not just meaningful contributions to the farm but also pride as an active community and school member.

BHHS HOSA

A group of 19 Bloomfield Hills High School students recently participated in a Health Occupations Students of America competition, 11 of whom placed in the top 7 in their categories to advance to the State Leadership Conference this April.

BHS Choirs Perform with DSO

Congratulations to all members of Bloomfield Chorale and the Jills for their successful weekend of performances with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and guest conductor Jason Seber! Our students sang with the DSO for 6 shows this past weekend as part of the Home for the Holidays concert series. 

BHHS Thespians Shine at Festival

BHHS students did a phenomenal job representing our school at the Michigan Educational Theatre Association Thespian Festival in Lansing and took home a wide variety of awards.

Civility Project with Nolan Finley and Stephen Henderson

The BHHS Government teachers invited all students in their Government and AP Government classes to participate in the Civility Project, featuring journalists Nolan Finley and Stephen Henderson. The wider Bloomfield Hills community was also welcome to attend, including elected officials. 

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

District News

Bowers School Farm is now open on Fridays and Saturdays beginning April 5, 2024.

Farm store hours: Friday & Saturday 9 a.m.- 8 p.m.

Open barn hours: Friday: 4- 8p.m., Saturday: 9 a.m.- 8p.m.

Join the English language development department for Multilingual Family Night with guest speaker, Patricia Martins, on Thursday, April 25 from 6-8 p.m. at Bloomfield Hills High School Learning Community A.

In honor of National Reading Month, elementary students at Lone Pine and Eastover Elementary Schools were treated to a lively, interactive presentation by children’s book author Baptiste Paul. 

The Michigan Department of Transportation will be rebuilding the section of I-75 Business Loop (Square Lake Road) between 1-75 and M-1 (Woodward Avenue). Construction will begin on Monday, April 15, westbound I-75 BL (Square Lake Road) will be closed from I-75 to M-1 (Woodward Avenue) through mid-summer. Please be advised that there may be transportation delays as they navigate the construction.

When you hear the word “forensics,” what is the first thing that comes to mind? Do you picture someone on stage, performing a rehearsed speech with dramatic enthusiasm? Or, do you envision a trench coat-wearing inspector on a rainy, dark street, thoughtfully reviewing a crime scene investigation? Both are correct, and both disciplines are offered to Bloomfield Hills High School students, but they could not be more different. Keep reading for more details about each opportunity.