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Homecoming Week 2023

Homecoming Week 2023

Jamie Zousmer, Digital Content Manager September 29, 2023

Seniors Leah Saltsman (Left) and Adriana Badallo (Right): Subs from the sub line

Free meals program resumes

Taryn Saroken, Section Editor September 15, 2023

During the early years of the Covid-19 pandemic, the state of Michigan expanded their free lunch program to offer free school lunch to all students. This program was discontinued for the 2022-23 school...

The view from the top of GateKeeper, one of Cedar Points most thrilling attractions

Prepare to accelerate

Benjamin Saperstein, Editor in Chief May 19, 2023

Earlier this week on Monday, May 15, all physics students had the opportunity to attend a field trip to the amusement park Cedar Point. This field trip is an annual tradition that is organized by the only...

Starry Who?

Starry Who?

Eleen Vaupel, Staff Writer April 9, 2023

Sierra Mist, enjoyed for years by children, adults, and anybody looking for a carbonated lemon lime drink, has now been rebranded under a new name, Starry. The brand everyone knows and loves is now...

Students may begin selecting AP Precalculus on this years course selection sheet

Get out your calculators for AP Precalculus

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...

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 extinct.    The disappearance of the dusky...

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 has a few requirements to graduate and...

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 & Bail took place at BHHS during SnowCo week on Thursday,...

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 completion in November, stretched on  into February....

Standardized Tests Go Digital

Benjamin Saperstein, Section Editor December 3, 2022

For the first time this May, the College Board will allow schools the opportunity to partake in digital AP exams for 7 of its 38 courses. Of those seven, BHHS currently offers five: United States History,...

Hard at work. Bronco catches a nap in the choir room after a long day

Bronco becomes a Black Hawk

Annalise Griffin, Staff Writer December 1, 2022

Bloomfield Hills High School welcomes its first-ever four-legged staff member, Bronco.  Bronco loves to visit classrooms and give great hugs. When visiting students, Bronco is a great stress reliever...

News Analysis: Michigans Gubernatorial Race

News Analysis: Michigan’s Gubernatorial Race

Tyler Richmond, Section Editor November 1, 2022

   It’s that time of year again: the leaves are changing colors, the days are getting shorter, and pumpkins line the porches of eligible voters; it’s election season.     This year, candidates...

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