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The Board


The Bloomfield Hills Schools Foundation is managed by a volunteer Board of Directors composed of community members, BHS Board of Education trustees, BHS staff, and parents, all of whom are committed to continuing the BHS tradition of educational excellence.

Executive Director
Cathie Badalamenti

Mary Ellen Miller, President
Former BoE President

Bloomfield Boosters Board
Parent of BHS Alumni
Christine Tang, Vice President
Retired BHS Teacher
Parent of BHS Students, BHS Alumna

Purchase an Auditorium Seat Nameplate


The BHHS Performing Arts Center is a valuable district resource, home to many lectures, award ceremonies, plays, musicals, concert performances of band, orchestra and choirs, community events and more!

Your purchase of a seat nameplate supports theater initiatives and fine arts and special programming in Bloomfield Hills Schools.

A nameplate is available at three prices:

  • front main floor seats for $750
  • back main floor seats for $500
  • balcony seats for $250

To Purchase Auditorium Seat Nameplate click on the below link:

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Purchase a Brick


Help pave the entryway to the football field at the new Alumni Athletic Park with personalized bricks!

Don't miss out on this opportunity to create a beautiful pathway while recognizing family, students, alumni, friends, teachers, coaches and more.

Brick Options: (pictures below are for illustration only. All bricks will be claret color. Clipart and type size may vary.)

  • 4x8 Brick with or without clip art $150

  • 8x8 Brick with or without clipart $275

  • 12x12 Brick, 4-brick collage, $500

Purchase a replica mini-brick for yourself for $25.

The entryway will include a fence with 8 pillars. Each pillar will have an engraved plaque. Plaques are available for $5,000 each. Please email to inquire about purchasing a pillar plaque.

Your purchase of a brick supports the creation of an entryway to the BHS Athletic Fields.

For more information on the Brick program, please email,

Directed Giving- Stewart Scholarship in the Visual Arts


The Stewart Scholarship in the Visual Arts is awarded annually to a BHHS student specifically for additional visual arts instruction at approved organizations providing advanced studies in drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking, design, ceramics, photography, filmmaking, and more.
The scholarship was established in 2007 at Lahser High School as a tribute to Norman Stewart, artist/teacher from 1969-2006. It underscores the life values of integrity, excellence, performance, and vision Norman passionately instilled in his art students over nearly four decades.

Norman and his wife Susan, (former artist/teacher at Conant Elementary) are the founders of Stewart & Stewart, a renown printer and publisher of fine art prints. Their fine prints, created in collaboration with artists nationwide, have been displayed at the Detroit Institute of Arts, the University of Michigan Museum of Art, Cleveland Museum of Art and many other museums across Michigan and the country. Stewart & Stewart was one of the first printer/publishers inducted into the prestigious International Fine Print Dealers Association (IFPDA) in New York and is among the longest running independent printer/publishers in North America.

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Directed Giving-The Compass Fund for Social and Emotional Health


Directed Giving-The Compass Fund for Social and Emotional Health

The Andover and Lahser graduates of 1997 established the Compass Fund for Social-Emotional Health in November 2017 on the occasion of their 20th high school reunion.

The Compass Fund for Social-Emotional Health honors four 1997 Andover-Lahser classmates who tragically committed suicide. The Compass Fund focuses on BHS student social-emotional health and supports programming in anti-bullying, suicide awareness, inclusion, mental health initiatives, and other areas that help students who feel lost or who have lost their way.

The Andover and Lahser classes of 1997 are proud to work together on the Compass Fund and hope that other Bloomfield Hills alumni and/or community members consider contributing to this important cause.

April 2017 - First Compass Fund Grant Recipient - Wendy Olah, Social Worker, BHHS, for her program on Health Wellness Promotion for High School Students.

Donate in Tribute


A tribute gift tells someone you hold them in the highest regard. A donation in Tribute to the BHS Foundation also helps to ensure the continuation of important academic and enrichment programs across the district. Recognize a student, thank a teacher or staff member--make a Tribute Gift today. Each Honoree receives a beautiful acknowledgment from the BHS Foundation.

Honor a Student - Recognize the tremendous dedication and accomplishments of your student through a gift to the BHSF. Celebrate their success while supporting opportunities for others to succeed.

Honor an Educator
- Thank a teacher or staff member for their dedicated service with a contribution to the BHSF. Whether you’re considering an individual, class, or family gift, you can show your appreciation and support through a donation.

Commemorate a Special Occasion
in the life of a loved one (birthday, anniversary, graduation, bar or bat mitzvah).

Donate in Memory
of a loved one.

Download the form below and mail with your gift

BHSF Tribute Donation Form

Your donation supports the BH students, staff and community.

BHSF Grants Make a Difference


Since our restart in 2014, the BHS Foundation has awarded more than 200 grants.

Our grants have benefited every student in the district. They promote academic excellence and support creative thinking. Take a moment to learn more about our grants. We think you'll agree they enhance learning experiences and make a difference.

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