Wylie E. Groves High School

Inspiring all learners to positively impact their world.

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  • Reopening Plans for 2020-2021

    The Return to the Classroom guide with information on our proposed plans for learning in the 2020-2021 school year can be found here:

    BPS Return to Classroom Plans for 2020-2021

    FAQs on our Reopening Plans

    The guide offers draft schedules, safety  protocols, information and resources for those interested in our process and decision anchors, emotional health information and COVID protocols.

    Learn more at www.birmingham.k12.mi.us/virtualboard


    The deadline to enroll in BPS Virtual Academy has been extended to the end of day, Friday, August 7th

    BPS Virtual Academy Enrollment


    Learn more about COVID-19 


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    Please save the following dates for student registration for the upcoming 2020-2021 school year.  More information will be coming soon!

    Monday, August 17 - 12th Grade

    Tuesday, August 18 - 11th Grade

    Thursday, August 20 - 9th Grade

    Friday, August 21 - 10th Grade

    *A virtual option will be planned as well

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  • Diploma Pick Up

    If you did not attend the Diploma Day on Tuesday, July 28th, you may pick up your diploma in the Main Office, M-F, 9 am to 2 pm.  If you have additional questions, please call the Main Office at 248-203-3500 for assistance.

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  • Big Brother Big Sister

    Attention 9th Graders!  Welcome to Groves.  Please complete this information sheet.  We will give this information to your mentor.  They will contact you before school begins in August. 

    Freshman Information Sheet

    What is BBBS?

    Big Brother Big Sister is a high school transition program to help our ninth grade students adjust to the academic and social rigors of high school.  Our mentors contact their BBBS siblings in August and support them throughout their first year at Groves.  The BBBS program offers events and activities for our freshmen throughout the school year.  Mentors and siblings often develop great friendships and continue to stay in touch after high school.  Mentors are junior and senior students who have demonstrated social and academic maturity in their classes.  They are not afraid to step outside of their peer comfort zone to meet a new friend and build others up.

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  • Fall Athletics

    The athletic staff has been preparing for a return to sports this fall. Please visit  the Groves Athletics Website for current details about sport physicals, practices, game schedules and sports registration.


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  • Groves Summer Reading 2020

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  • Work Permits

    Work permits for student summer employment can be accessed below.  Please email Mrs. Rondello @ LRondello@birmingham.k12.mi.us for additional information.

    Work permit for student under the age of 16 years

    Work permit for student age 16 and 17 years

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  • 13 Mile Road Reconstruction Continues - Southfield to Evergreen Roads

    Please refer to the information provided by the Village of Beverly Hills as this project may affect your route to Groves.  13 Mile Reconstruction Project Information

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  • Summer Food Service continues through August 20

    More information can be found at Meet Up and Eat Up

    Please contact Pattie Guck at 248-228-7172 with questions.

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  • Do you have a Power School parent account?

    To access the online registration process, you will need a Power School parent account.  You will not be able to access the system through your student's account.  Please ensure you have an active parent login to PowerSchool.  If you require a password reset or new account set up information, please email Mrs. Reeves, Counseling Secretary, or call (248) 203-3501.

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  • College Admission Exams

    College Admission Exams 2019-2020 Schedule


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  • Birmingham Groves High School

    A Tradition of Excellence, since 1959

    Through its mission, Groves seeks to be a community of learners which values each individual and fosters intellectual excellence, personal development, social responsibility and ethical standards.  It only takes one step onto the Groves campus to see this mission quickly come to life. Exceptional teaching and learning inhabits classrooms while an air of encouragement and acceptance builds students' connections with each other and the community at large.  The Groves Advantage lies within the community that makes up Groves -- committed and enthusiastic educators, a compassionate support team of staff members, engaged parents and students eager to move themselves and each other toward successful futures.

    Dr. Susan Smith, Principal

    Othamian Peterson, Assistant Principal

    Darin Wilcox, Assistant Principal

    Tom Flynn, Athletic Director


    Learn More about Groves from the Moore Family