News and Spotlights
Each year, students across the country submit writing and art pieces to the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards program, the nation’s longest-running, largest, most prestigious recognition program for creative teens. This year, many student writers and artists from Bloomfield Hills Schools received regional recognition for their creative works.
Step into Lara Bushon's art room at Lone Pine Elementary, and you're greeted by a kaleidoscope of colors. Fifth-grade students embark on a journey of imagination and craftsmanship as they dive into creating mixed-media 3D sculptures of personified animals. Join the adventure as students bring their animal characters to life, one vibrant brushstroke at a time, in a classroom where creativity thrives.
While exploring art and history, Eastover Elementary honored Black History Month through a creative collaboration between two unified arts classes: media center and art.
Join the ELD department for coffee and conversation with multilingual families from 9-10:30 a.m. at Booth Center, Room D.
Black Hawk Fever, held at Bloomfield Hills High School, brought Bloomfield families together to celebrate community and athletics!
The full 2024-25 calendar at a glance will be distributed once the Michigan Department of Education sets the dates for testing windows.
First Day of School: September 3, 2024 (½ Day K-8)
Winter Break: December 23, 2024 - January 3, 2025
Spring Break: March 24-28, 2025
Last Day of School: June 12, 2025 (½ Day K-12)
Registration is open now for Bloomfield Hills Schools’ 2024-2025 GSRP Just Fours program for the 2024-25 school year.
The Michigan Department of Education’s Great Start Readiness Program has expanded to increase early education options for young learners. GSRP is the nationally recognized state-funded preschool program offering kindergarten preparation for four-year-old children.