West Hills Middle School is one of three middle schools in the Bloomfield Hills Schools district. Led by Principal…More Heidi Kattula, West Hills is an identified National Exemplary School and is fully accredited by the State of Michigan. In addition, West Hills is an authorized International Baccalaureate middle school in Michigan.
Situated on a wooded 52-acre parcel on Walnut Lake, West Hills offers more than 19 different sports and several enriching co-curricular clubs and activities, in addition to PTO, Parent Visitation Day, Parent/Teacher Conferences, Parent Coffees, Family Dinner Night, the International Club and many other regular and special events designed to promote family involvement at the school.
Maple Elementary School - CLOSED 7389 W Maple Rd, West Bloomfield, MI48322 Maple Elementary School is one of 14 elementary schools in the Walled Lake Consolidated School District and one of four…More located in West Bloomfield Township. In the 2009-10 school year, principal Susan Schreiber led this North Central Association-accredited school. It has 480 students enrolled and a staff of 65. Maple boasts two portable classrooms and 99 percent participation at parent-teacher conferences. Kathy Fargo is the president of the PTA at Maple.
Lone Pine Elementary School is one of four elementary schools in Bloomfield Hills Schools; it is located in West…More Bloomfield. Led by Principal Mary Hillberry and guided by state benchmarks, Lone Pine teachers design thematic units and integrate curriculum so that it is developmentally appropriate, open-ended and relevant. Parent-teacher conferences occur twice annually and are well-attended, while an academic resource room, media center, reading recovery room, general education resource teacher and learning resource center provide additional resources.
Lone Pine is a State Exemplary School Award winner in 1994 and 1997. It offers a school yearbook, International Club, D.A.R.E., New Parent Welcome Committee and Community Service Program. Children are kept entertained with a book fair, Spring Carnival, concerts and assemblies.
Eagle Elementary is one of fifteen elementary schools in the Farmington School District. The school serves…More 372 students (191 females, 181 males) in grades K – 5. There are twenty-three teachers and appropriate staff to meet the school’s needs. The teachers strive to build a safe and positive learning community that empowers students and helps them to become responsible citizens and life-long learners.
Eagle Elementary boasts an unusually high level of parent involvement; during two recent years, the number of parents who participated in at least one conference was 100%.