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Bond Information

Voters in the West Bloomfield School District approved a bond proposal on Tuesday, May 2, 2017 with 3,321 "Yes" votes and 1,514 "No" votes.

This broad community support strengthens the position of the West Bloomfield School District in providing high quality learning experiences for every student. Information regarding the various elements of the 2017 Bond Proposal are included on this webpage as updates become available. 

For more information on the bond, contact Kyle Anderson, Asst. Superintendent for Business and Operations at kyle.anderson@wbsd.org

Bond Slideshow

Group of Staff and Students at Gretchko Ribbon Cutting
District admins and board members at Doherty Ribbon Cutting
students admins and board members at Sheiko Ribbon Cutting
Admins and Board Members at WBHS Ribbon Cutting
future WBMS students at groundbreaking ceremony
Right Size, Reimagine, Renovate, Refresh
Students on cover of 2017 bond brochure

New Middle School Information

As part of the 2017 Bond Proposal, the district will be constructing a new middle school combining the student populations from Abbott Middle School and Orchard Lake Middle School into one centralized location. The new West Bloomfield Middle School will be constructed directly behind OLMS with the building opening to students for the 2022-23 school year. 

For more information on the new West Bloomfield Middle School, visit the project's webpage:

WBMS Update - June 2021

District Bond Resources

Sally Drummond, Ted Stinson, Auch Construction manager at site of new Gretchko Gym
construction equipment at Doherty
Bond Team Touring WBMS Construction

Bond Projects by Building

Districtwide Bond Projects

District receives A1 rating from Moody's Investors Services

The West Bloomfield School District receives an Upgraded A1 Bond rating related to the District's sale of $67 million in outstanding bonds from the 2017 Bond Issue.  The rating reflects the District's sound financial management practices and performance since its last rating review.  This upgraded A1 Bond rating will have a positive effect on its sale of $67 million of outstanding School Building and Site Bonds by increasing demand and also providing the lowest possible interest expense to our taxpayers.  The Board of Education and District Administration is very thankful for the community support it received on the 2017 Bond Initiative and is committed to being good stewards of these funds and to complete the bond work on time and within budget.

Bond Breakdown Information