Academic Programs

West Bloomfield High School has an estimated enrollment of 1820 in grades 9-12. The school offers a comprehensive curriculum with emphasis on a college preparatory and career education program.

West Bloomfield High School is accredited by AdvancED-North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement (NCA-CASI).

Program Features

High School STEAM Pathways

WBSD K-12 STEAM instructional initiatives are available at the high school level. STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) programs employ a Project Based Learning approach, and is offered through Project Lead the Way: Engineering.

Project Based Learning

WBSD offers hands on Internship based courses through Professional Apprenticeship, Medical Mentorship, Engineering Academy, Science PBL, Business and Fine Arts.

One-to-One Technology Devices

Instruction is enhanced with a one-to-one student to technology device policy. Advanced facilities, hardware, and programs allow students to perform research, gather experimental data, generate graphics and presentations, communicate with
other systems via the Internet and produce documents with desktop publishing.

Advanced Placement

24 AP courses are offered in American History, Art, Biology, Calculus, Chemistry, Computers, Economics, English, Environmental Science, European History, Global Language, Government, Music Theory, Physics, Psychology, Statistics and World History.

Mathematics Department

The Mathematics Department has a full range of courses that exceed the standards set by the State of Michigan. In addition to courses in Algebra and Geometry, courses in Precalculus, Advanced Placement Calculus (AB and BC) and Formal Topics of Algebra highlight the 4th year offerings. Independent studies in AP Statistics, Probability, Advanced Calculus and Trigonometry areas have also been provided.

Partnerships

Henry Ford Hospital (local physicians and veterinarians), Trillium Teamologies (Technology solutions & services in art/video), Ford PAS, Lawrence Technological University (Calculus III), and Cranbrook Institute of Science.