Bloomingdale MS/HS Ranked 2nd Among All High Schools in Michigan School Districts by Mackinac Center

The Mackinac Center for Public Policy released its 2016 Michigan Public High School Context and Performance Report Card last month, and Bloomingdale Middle and High School (BMS/HS) received an “A” grade. More impressively, BMS/HS ranked 2nd among all traditional district high schools in the state. When charter schools and schools that “selectively” admit students are also included, BMS/HS ranks 11th among all Michigan public high schools.

This new report demonstrates a trend of improved performance from previous reports for BMS/HS. The ...

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Cardinal Closet

The result of a successful Senior Project was the creation of the Cardinal Closet. This ‘closet’ is a collection of gently used and new items that have been donated in efforts to assist any BHS student who may be in need. The Cardinal Closet has everything from winter clothing and prom dresses to new toothbrushes and backpacks.

If you would like to donate items (even hangers are appreciated), used items should be washed and size appropriate for middle and high school ...

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Student-Principal Advisory Team

On Wednesday, September 14, approximately 50 Bloomingdale Middle and High School students traveled to the Breslin Center on the campus of Michigan State University in order to participate in the 2016 Josten’s Renaissance Back-To-School Tour rally. While at the Breslin Center, the students listened as two featured speakers shared their personal stories and thoughts regarding how students can assume ownership in their schools and lives and create positive change on both a small and large scale.

The first speaker, Dr. Phil ...

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Bloomingdale Public Schools offers Free Breakfast every day to all students

All students will have an opportunity to get free breakfast every day at school.  Breakfast is offered 20 minutes prior to the start of the school day.  We have hot and cold options available throughout the week.   We are committed to making sure every student starts their day with a healthy nutritious meal.


USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

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Student of the Month for September

Students are nominated each month to be Student of the Month. One student from each grade level is chosen from all of those nominated. To be nominated for student of the month, students must exhibit good character and citizenship. Students are selected based on the nominations and the reasons given by the teacher. The September Students of the Month are: 12th grade Jessica Waldbusser, 11th grade Ashley Page, 10th grade Ezequiel Isidoro, 9th grade David Suranyi, 8th grade Olaisa Moss, ...

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Homecoming 2016

Homecoming is on Friday, October 14th against the Vikings of Bangor.  Students will be competing during the week of Homecoming in daily dress up days, hallway decoration and class banners that will be displayed at the parade and during the football game and of course, pep assembly games that are always entertaining!

Monday – Twin/Squad Day – Dress like twins, triplets, etc.
Tuesday – Career Day – Dress like your future career
Wednesday – Cartoon Day – Dress ...

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Thank you Bloomingdale Communications!

If you’re traveling on Kalamazoo Street please be sure to glance at the back of the Cardinal Stadium scoreboard.  Bloomingdale Communications graciously offered to purchase a design to cover the back of the scoreboard.  Bloomingdale students Austin Bertuca and Brayden Lopez created a one-of-a-kind original design with the assistance of high school teacher Mr. Mike Douglas.  We are very fortunate to have the support of Bloomingdale Communications, not just for a project such as this, but also for their continued ...

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Middle School Supply List 2016

Bloomingdale Middle School

6th, 7th and 8th Grade Supply List


List of Needed Items:

  • 1 – Package of highlighters (yellow, pink, green, blue)
  • 1 – Package of colored pencils
  • 1 – Pencil sharpener with shaving catcher
  • Composition Notebook (1 for 7th grade English and 2 for 8th grade English)
  • Loose notebook paper*
  • Pencils & pens*
  • Folders for each class for each trimester (Recommended colors: yellow = math, blue – social studies, green = science, red = English, other colors for elective classes)*
  • Cap erasers or handheld erasers
  • 3 – large brown ...
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Bloomingdale Middle School and High School Information 2016


Important Information for New Students in the Secondary Building

1.  Students enrolling in the sixth, seventh, eighth grades should bring their final report card from their previous school for the previous school year.  No appointments with the counselor are necessary.

2.  Students enrolling in the ninth, tenth, eleventh and twelfth grades should bring a transcript from their previous school showing all previous high school courses completed.  In addition to completing school enrollment forms, students entering the ninth through twelfth grades must schedule ...

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