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Friday March 24 Reduced Day HIGH SCHOOL ONLY

Friday, March 24, 2017
The WBHS Boys Varsity Basketball team will be competing in the State Semifinals vs. Clarkston High School at
1:00 PM at the Breslin Center on the campus of Michigan State University.

In order to best support our team, our school culture, and our students’ academic needs, we will be running a reduced schedule that allows for three classes to meet while still allowing for students to attend the game.

Students may purchase tickets to the game in one of three ways:

  1. $25 - Ticket Plus Bus Ride - Students may purchase their game ticket and bus ride from the WBHS Athletics Office at the end of the day on Wednesday, 3/22 and on Thursday, March 24th until sold out.  Only 200 of these tickets will be available and will be sold on a first come, first served basis.  Students will receive a permission slip upon purchase and must bring a signed permission slip AND a picture ID in order to board the bus.  See schedule below for students choosing to ride the bus.

  1. $8 - Individual Game Ticket (Pre-Sale) - Students, parents, or community members may purchase individual game tickets from the WBHS Athletics Office.  There are a limited quantity of pre-sale tickets available and they will be sold on a first come, first served basis.

  1. $8 - Individual Game Ticket - Individual game tickets will be available at the Breslin Center at the ticket booths.


Friday, March 24 - Reduced Day Schedule

1st Hour

7:10 - 8:10

3rd Hour

8:15 - 9:15

7th Hour

9:20 - 10:20


ALL STUDENTS DISMISSED at 10:20 AM - The school will be closed and all students must leave the building by 10:30.

Buses depart for Breslin Center at 10:30 AM

  • Students MUST have a signed permission slip and a picture ID to board the bus

  • Students MUST return to WBHS on the bus - No Exceptions

  • Students should expect to arrive at WBHS just after 4:00 PM.  Students must be picked up at this time.  There will be no supervision for them for more than 15 minutes after buses arrive back at WBHS.


Eric Pace, Ed. S.
Assistant Principal
West Bloomfield High School
@ericpaceAP on Twitter