Bloomfield High School (Connecticut)

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Bloomfield High School
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5 Huckleberry Lane
Bloomfield, Connecticut, (Hartford County) 06002
United States
Coordinates 41°49′41″N 72°43′34″W / 41.828°N 72.726°W / 41.828; -72.726Coordinates: 41°49′41″N 72°43′34″W / 41.828°N 72.726°W / 41.828; -72.726
School type Public
Motto Knowledge is Power
School district Bloomfield School District
Superintendent James Thompson
Principal Daniel Moleti
Grades 9-12
Number of students 603 (2014) [1]
Color(s) Blue and orange         
Slogan Raising the Bar is Taking us Far.
Team name Warhawks

Bloomfield High School is the sole public high school serving the town of Bloomfield, Connecticut, United States.


Bloomfield High School has been a four-year high school since 1985, changing from a three-year high school as the school age population and public school attendance declined. The campus consists of the Bloomfield High School main building and the Harris Agricultural Science Center.


The Lady Hawks won the Class S State championship on June 2, 2008.

The boys' track team has won nine consecutive track championships, led by head coach Garfield White. The boys broke the state record last season when they placed over Canton High.

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