Lahser High School
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|Lahser High School|
|3456 Lahser Road
Bloomfield Hills, Michigan 48302
|School district||Bloomfield Hills Schools|
|Color(s)||Black and gold|
|Website||Lahser High School|
Lahser High School was a high school in Bloomfield Township, Oakland County, Michigan, near Bloomfield Hills and in Greater Detroit. It was a part of Bloomfield Hills Schools. The school was opened in 1967. At the time it had 200 students, and enrollment reached later almost 900 students. In 2010 the decision was made to merge the school into one school with local sister school Andover High School, on Andover's grounds. Lahser's athletic facilities will be kept for use by the new high school. The school is to become Bloomfield High School. The school received the International Baccalaureate program for the class of 2013 and beyond. The football program has had five consecutive playoff-eligible seasons, 2002–2006, in both class 3 and class 2 MHSAA competition.
Lahser has won several MHSAA state championships including: men's soccer-1999, men's/women's tennis, women's lacrosse, and women's golf. Lahser currently competes within the Oakland Activities Association Blue Division for football. Most of Lahser's students come from Bloomfield Hills and Bloomfield Township. Lahser's crosstown rival is Andover High School, which is also located in Bloomfield Township.
Lahser offered several AP courses and will be introducing IB courses starting 2013. There are a variety of courses available to take, and departments include:
- Communication & Dramatic Arts
- Deaf/Hard of Hearing
- Family & Consumer Science
- Health & Physical Education
- IB DP (International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme)
- Man in Nature (MIN)
- Model United Nations (MUN)
- Music & Theater Departments
- Social Studies
- Support Services or Directed Studies
- Visual Arts
- World Languages
- Color Guard/Winter Guard
- Marching Band
- Cross Country
- Girls Golf
- Boys Soccer
- Girls Swimming & Diving
- Boys Tennis
- Girls Volleyball
- Girls Basketball
- Boys Basketball
- Color Guard/Winter Guard
- Boys Bloomfield Ice Hockey
- Girls Bloomfield Ice Hockey
- Boys Swimming
- Boys Baseball
- Boys Golf
- Boys Lacrosse
- Girls Lacrosse
- Girls Soccer
- Girls Softball
- Girls Tennis
- Track & Field
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