West Bloomfield School District
West Bloomfield School District is located in the affluent town of West Bloomfield, Michigan. It was formed in 1949 and covers approximately sixteen square miles. In May of 2011, superintendent Dr. JoAnn Andrees succeeded Dr. Gary Faber in 2008. In July 2012, Dr. Gerald D. Hill succeeded Dr. Andrees as the Superintendent of West Bloomfield School District. The West Bloomfield School District has been recognized as one of the top public school districts in the country in 2010 .
As of 2013 the district has 6,633 students, with 5,703 living within the district and 1,326 from outside the district as part of its "Schools of Choice" program. A 2008 survey indicated that major non-English languages spoken in families of students included Albanian, Arabic, Chaldean, Chinese, German, Hebrew, Hindi, Japanese, Korean, Romanian, Russian, Spanish and Urdu.
- Gretchko Elementary
- Sheiko Elementary (formerly Green Elementary)
- Roosevelt Elementary
- Scotch Elementary
- Abbott Middle
- Orchard Lake Middle
- West Bloomfield High School
- Oakland Early College
West Bloomfield Schools are a voluntary member of the Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA). West Bloomfield High School is a member of the Oakland Activities Association which comprises 24 Oakland County Schools. It is divided into three or four divisions in order to develop equitable competition. Realignment takes place annually to ensure that the goals and criteria are met.
West Bloomfield Middle Schools, Abbott and OLMS, are members of the Farmington-West Bloomfield League. Swimming and Track are affiliated with schools outside of the FWB to create equitable competition.