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7273 Wing Lake Road
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48301
(248) 341-5400
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What is it like to be a student in Bloomfield Hills Schools?

"I’ve gone here since preschool. Everyone is very loving, it's like a big family, they welcome you in. My teacher adapts to the way I learn." – Annalise Margolis, elementary student

"I really like school! In Science, we learned about the lymphatic, endocrine, respiratory, and circulatory systems. When I grow up, I want to be a surgeon so I can help people." – Marcus Lee, middle school student

"Bloomfield Hills High School is like a college campus, with the variety of classes available and all of the different places to eat and learn. I really like the Learning Communities; they make it easier to work on group projects." – Mycah Butler, BHHS student

Bloomfield Hills Schools Rankings

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Percent Proficient - Reading
Percent Proficient - Math
Average Graduation Rate
Average SAT
203 responses
Average ACT
388 responses


Based on racial and economic diversity and survey responses on school culture and diversity from students and parents.
Free or Reduced Lunch


Student-Teacher Ratio
Average Teacher Salary
Teachers in First/Second Year


Total Expenses
Expenses Per Student
$24,166/ student
Education Expenses
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Bloomfield Hills Schools Reviews

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A school district focused on crafting the best potential future for its students. Opportunities await students in accelerated academics, state of the art facilities, endless clubs and activities, and strong sports teams. However, it is important to note that the student's experience is what THEY make of it. In such a large school, it can be easy to slip under the radar, even with groups and classes that will interest any kind of student. In personal experience, this high school is one of the best in the state (and possibly even nation), but with a few minor flaws. Many teachers are life-changing, but others should not even be in the profession. The food is not accommodating to dietary or religious needs. The counselors are difficult to reach out to. It is not very diverse, and most students are white, rich, and very wealthy. All in all, it is a great place that will prepare students to move on to whatever they desire after high school, but it is not perfect.
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Bloomfield Hills Schools are the best public school system in the state of Michigan and some of the best school districts in the country. As a graduate from 12 years in Bloomfield Schools, the teachers, staff, and students have prepared me to be the best and achieve great things while in college. From my first day in college, I knew I had a leg up on my peers due to my interactions through collaboration and creative but practical thinking. Bloomfield Hills Schools are full of bright and wonderful people who become lifelong friends. There are some of the best teachers within the walls of all schools. even post graduation I am still in contact with them and catch up with them when I am home. There is a lot of diversity in the classroom as well as a lot of different activities and sports through the district. I am very pleased with my experience through the Bloomfield Hills School District and I would highly recommend it to anyone looking for the best public schools in Michigan.
Overall the school system is pretty good. Teachers are experienced and have a range of personalities so you will always have a favorite teacher. I liked how they had structured programs for kids all the way through high school and the plan helped out a lot of students. Buildings are new and updated and are centered around learning. Some classes, however, are not graded upon traditional point scale and teachers are still getting used to standards-based grading so it was a little awkward.