Project Lead The Way

Bloomingdale Middle and High School stands poised to take a big leap in its efforts to prepare kids to compete in the global economy. Beginning with the 2017-2018 school year, Bloomingdale Middle and High School will offer Project Lead the Way (PLTW) engineering courses to its high school students. The goal of the Project Lead the Way program is to “give students access to real-world applied learning experiences that they will need to thrive in college, their careers, and beyond.” ...

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Celebrating Musical Success!

The Bloomingdale Band Program is celebrating an exceptionally successful school year!  Back in December, five of our 8th Grade Band students participated in the Michigan School Band and Orchestra (MSBOA) District 6 Middle School Solo and Ensemble Competition.  These students selected a piece of music, practiced it largely outside of the school day, rehearsed with a piano accompanist, and then gave up their Saturday to perform for an adjudicator and receive comments and a rating.  Of the five events that ...

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FIRST Robotics Team

This year Bloomingdale Middle and High School started a FIRST Robotics team.  FIRST stands for “For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology.” Our team name is CARDINAL.EXE and our team number is TEAM 6589. The team was made up of 10 high school students who spent six weeks building a robot to compete in two competitions.  At the Lakeview competition in Battle Creek on March 2nd-4th, the team finished 14th out of 40 teams. They took home the Highest ...

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The Bloomingdale Alternative Academy Graduates its Largest Group Yet

This has certainly been a year of changes, and the Bloomingdale Alternative Academy is no stranger to change. This school year we have seen enrollment double, we have already surpassed the number of credits earned by last year’s students, and our largest graduating group has just crossed the stage! The graduates who were recognized at the Board Meeting on March 27 include: Rosa Delgado, Catrina Smith, Rose Stanbro, David Mandujano, and Saul Gonzalez.

Each of these students had their own set ...

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