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Students may begin selecting AP Precalculus on this years course selection sheet
Get out your calculators for AP Precalculus
New Math AP Course for 2023-2024 School Year
Benjamin Saperstein, Section Editor • March 7, 2023

Of the dozens of AP courses currently offered by the College Board, only three of them are dedicated to math: AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, and AP Statistics. Having been in development since 2021, AP Precalculus will be added to that list starting in the 2023-2024 school year.    According to the College Board, this course was designed...

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Madagascar bird rediscovered
Madagascar bird rediscovered
Tyler Richmond, Senior Columnist • March 4, 2023

Xanthomixis tenebrosa, also known as the dusky tetraka, is a warbler native to Madagascar. And, since its last confirmed appearance in 1999, it was presumed...

Course selection season
Course selection season
Annalise Griffin, Staff Writer • March 1, 2023

 As BHHS students are approaching the fourth quarter of the 2022-2023 school year, it is time to select new classes for the 2023-2024 school year.     BHHS...

Student leadership representatives welcome visitors to the temporary jail and create passes for students to return to class
Jail & Bail a success
Alexa Kessler and Jamie Zousmer February 24, 2023

With a total of $7,113 raised, the addition of Jail & Bail to SnowCo Week at Bloomfield Hills High School was certainly a success.  Jail &...

The road closure impacted Long Lake Rd. between Franklin and Echo Roads
Update: Resume your route
Hayden Buckfire, Managing Editor • February 8, 2023

After four long months, construction on Long Lake Road west of Franklin Road has concluded. The construction, which began in September and was slated for...

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Following these tips may help ease your anxiety during next weeks state testing, and lead to your best score yet.
Conquer the SAT with these tips
The SAT is hard, but with practice, it can be mastered
Benjamin Saperstein and Hayden Buckfire April 5, 2023

As we approach testing week, student anxiety surrounding the SAT may begin to feel overwhelming. While the SAT is designed to be a difficult exam, there is no need to worry as long as students come in prepared. The SAT tests very specific skill sets, and those skills can be developed through answering many practice questions with timely feedback....

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Pick a door, any door
Pick a door, any door
Benjamin Saperstein, Section Editor • March 21, 2023

Sitting behind one of three doors in front of you is a brand new luxury car. You are a contestant on the iconic game show Let’s Make a Deal hosted by...

Eddie Gs Cookies, founded by Jordyn Gudeman, features allergen-friendly cookies in over 30-different flavors
One smart cookie
Alexa Kessler, Editor in Chief • March 9, 2023

If you are looking for an allergy-friendly cookie or a delicious treat, “Eddie G’s Cookies,” founded by Bloomfield Hills Schools alumna Jordyn Gudeman,...

The Cyberhawks team gather before a competition. With many of this years team members graduating, the group is looking for new members to join.
Cyberhawks: getting to know the BHHS cyber security team
Fiona Rudy, Section Editor • February 16, 2023

The Cyberhawks: One of BHHS’s smallest competitive teams. But what is it like to compete in cybersecurity, to learn about networking, and to be a Cyberhawk?      This...

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Women in hockey
Women in hockey
The Rise Of Women's Hockey in America and Across the Globe
Alia Somero, Staff Writer • March 25, 2023

The history of women's hockey dates back to the early 20th century. In the 1920s, the first women's hockey team, The Seattle Vamps, competed in various hockey tournaments around the Seattle area. In 1916, the US held an international competition in which women's teams from across the country faced-off for the very first women's hockey title....

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The madness has begun
The madness has begun
Ryan Rose and Staff Writer March 23, 2023

The 2023 March Madness Tournament has already been a thriller, with intense games, upsets, and crazy buzzer-beating shots that have kept fans glued to...

Black Hawk Fever heats up
Black Hawk Fever heats up
Ava Farah, Staff Writer • February 16, 2023

Hey, hey Hockeytown
Hey, hey Hockeytown
Ava Farah, Staff Writer • February 12, 2023

Community members play pickleball with Superintendent Watson at West Hills Middle School
Hottest Sport in Town
Ryan Rose, Staff Writer • February 5, 2023

Pickleball is the next big thing. It is becoming popular everywhere especially for adults who are looking for a sport to play that is not as taxing as...

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Stay mindful, friends!
Stay Mindful
Writer reflects on the challenge of the junior to senior transition
Fiona Rudy, Section Editor • March 10, 2023

The form requesting scheduling is due on March 17, and it has been the single most central thought in my mind since I was handed that purple sheet.   Like most rising seniors, I’ve been filling out class request forms for probably the last five years, And it's been pretty simple, until this year. Because next year is the last...

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A school library displays previously banned or challenged books during Banned Books Week
Banning Books: A Page Out of the Past
Hayden Buckfire, Managing Editor • March 7, 2023

School boards nationwide have recently intensified efforts to suppress literature deemed irresponsible to be shelved in schools. School boards have chosen...

Sloth at the Palm Beach Zoo
Should Zoos Be Shut Down?
Taryn Saroken and Eleen Vaupel, Photography Manager and Staff Writer • January 23, 2023

  Pro: Taryn Saroken  How would you feel if you were put behind bars for doing nothing wrong? You probably wouldn’t like it. So why do...

Stay mindful, friends!
Stay Mindful: Finals Week Edition
Fiona Rudy, Section Editor • January 18, 2023

Finals: One of the worst times in a year to be a high school student, stress levels are at an all  time is high, studying takes precedence over sleeping...

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Page to Screen: Daisy Jones & The Six
Page to Screen: Daisy Jones & The Six
Amazon Prime's adaptation of the hit novel by Taylor Jenkins Reid premiered March 3
Carley Richardson, Staff Writer • March 30, 2023

Daisy Jones & The Six, a novel by New York Times bestseller Taylor Jenkins Reid, was recently adapted as an Amazon Prime series. The novel is loosely based on Reid’s experience growing up and watching Fleetwood Macs’ performances on television. The series takes place in the 60’s, where Daisy Jones is a coming of age singer in...

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BHHS Crossword Puzzle
BHHS Crossword Puzzle
Tyler Richmond, Feature Editor • March 9, 2023
Spring break essentials
Spring Break essentials
Charlotte Rockwell, Staff Writer • March 5, 2023
Best Christmas/Holiday Music
Best Christmas/Holiday Music
Grace Main and Ava Farah, Digital Content Manager and Staff Writer • December 22, 2022
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