Bloomfield Hills High School

Bloomfield Hills, Michigan

  • FIRM

    Stantec Architecture

  • CLIENT

    Bloomfield Hills Schools

  • AREA

    350,000 sq.ft.

  • TOTAL COST

    $67,000,000.00

  • COMPLETION DATE

    8/2015

Associated Firms: Fielding Nair International (Educational Design), Barton Malow Company (Technology and CM), Acoustics by Design, Spalding DeDecker Associates, Inc., Food Service Designs LLC, Bill Robertson Pool Design, Schuler Shook Inc., and Allegion.

Design team
Jim Chatas, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP (Principal); Mike Baker, AIA (Senior Project Manager); ADDITIONAL INFORMATIONCAPACITY1,800FEATURED IN2016 Architectural Portfolio Stevens, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP BD+C (Senior Design Architect); Rick Bez, AIA (Senior Project Architect); Sean Gross (Project Architect); Rana Malik, IIDA (Interior Designer); Caz Zalewski, PE, LEED AP (Senior Mechanical Engineer); Scott Roberts (Mechanical Designer); Sean McIntosh (Mechanical Designer); Randi Paananen, PE, LEED AP BD+C (Senior Electrical Engineer); Niesh Hartzell (Electrical and Lighting Designer); Ewa Virga (Electrical Designer); Robert Long, PE (Structural Engineer)

Students at the new Bloomfield Hills High School are experiencing a first-of-its-kind learning experience when they go to school each day.
Completed in 2015, this progressive high school was designed by Stantec’s Berkley, Mich., office and Fielding Nair International. It is the first school in the United States with dedicated space for learning communities, each of which integrates core classes in a collaborative, technology-rich environment. Students are able to dine throughout the facility using a distributed dining concept that strengthens relationships within individual learning communities.
Designed to support pedagogy that emphasizes personalization and collaboration, the high school looks and functions unlike any other.