BHHS Today

Middle Years Programme Celebration Night

Imanni Wright, BHS-TV News and WBFH Staff

February 1, 2018


Filed under Feature

Join the Bloomfield Hills High School sophomore students on Thursday, February 15, at 5:30 p.m. for the Middle Years Programme Personal Project Celebration Night. Students will showcase their Personal Projects, that they have been working on since the beginning of the year. There will be an introduction...

Black Student Alliance Raffle

Imanni Wright, BSH-TV News and WBFH Staff

February 1, 2018


Filed under Feature

The Black Student Alliance is holding a raffle every Friday in the month of February in honor of Black history month. The tickets are $1 for one ticket and $3 for 5 tickets. In order to win: you must answer the question of the day which is announced in the morning announcements. Then buy your raffle...

A Cryptocurrency Craze

A Cryptocurrency Craze

Justin Yaker, Sports Editor

January 30, 2018


Filed under Feature

In recent months, cryptocurrencies have catapulted at exponential rates in price, but most people don’t even know what a cryptocurrency is.   “I kind of saw an opportunity, really just to make money at a more rapid rate. I figured this summer was about the time to get into it because it had...

A Photojournalist’s Perspective of China

Jenny She, Feature Editor

January 19, 2018


Filed under Feature

Junior Wins Stir Fry Pass

Junior Wins Stir Fry Pass

Jake Weitzman, Managing Editor

January 16, 2018


Filed under Feature

The winner of the Stir Fry Line Pass, provided by the Junior Class’ Student Leadership, was announced on December 18. Junior Jonah Stone was the winner of the raffle.   “I was not expecting to hear my name at all. I was very happy when I won,” said Stone. “I think that the best p...

Is Cheating Getting Worse?

Is Cheating Getting Worse?

Alexandria Grant, Program Director

January 9, 2018


Filed under Feature, Humans of Bloomfield, Opinion

I’m Alexandria Grant with a WBFH editorial. Alex: “Do you have any 3’s?” Nick: “Nope go fish!” Alex: “Dang it!” Nick: “Haha… Hmm… Do you have any 7’s?” Alex: *sighs* “Yes” Nick: “Yes! I win again!” Alex: “How do you keep winning?” Nick: “I’m just that...

Respect the Handicapped

Nicholas Albaran, Student Ambassador

January 1, 2018


Filed under Feature, Opinion

It’s time to respect those with disabilities.

Into the Vault Christmas

Nicholas Albaran, Student Ambassador

December 1, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Feature

Thanksgiving is gone And December's here It’s time for Christmas songs It’s that time of year Making people laugh Making people smile It’s time to play Christmas songs It sure has been a while (Refrain) Oh, Christmastime On the Biff With Nick Albaran Oh, what fun we’ll have each...

Ok2Say

Sophia Washer, Co-Student Content Manager

December 1, 2017


Filed under Feature

*Scuffling in hallways, lockers closing and opening* Emma: “Hey, hey Shorty, come here” “Look at you nerd. Why don’t you go cry to mommy, we know you love her so.” Sophia: “Oops did you drop your books? Again?” *hits books on the floor* Emma: “Let’s get 'em.” Sophia: “Let’s...

Hammer Authority brings students together in spirit

Lara Janosz, News Editor

September 12, 2017


Filed under Feature

“Stroke, stroke, stroke, stroke!” The crowd sways from left to right, following movement of a dark swaying hammer. The hammer swings back and the audience rises to its feet in cheers. Bloomfield Hills High School has a new Hammer Authority team this year, and as a result of Homecoming week, members...

Homecoming 2017

Jessica Kim, Editor in Chief

September 12, 2017


Filed under Feature, Multimedia, News

Five days of 1700 students uniting to show school spirit, while feuds among classes reign strong in an effort to emerge as the best year of the school. Shown through costumes throughout the week, winners among the famous Black Hawk games, and commitment to spirit even during school events, Homecoming...

Food allergies pose a growing danger to students

Food allergies pose a growing danger to students

Julia Eisenshtadt, Managing Editor

February 8, 2017


Filed under Feature

She felt her throat begin to close. “I couldn’t breathe. I was wheezing,” said senior Rachel Hirsch, who discovered her peanut allergy during a reaction that came out of the blue just last year. Allergic reactions, like the one experienced by Hirsch, are becoming more and more common, acco...