Wylie E. Groves High School

Inspiring all learners to positively impact their world.

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  • Parent-Teacher Conferences for Trimester 2 will be held Wednesday, January 22, 2020 from 4-7 pm.  Click here for detailed information:  Parent-Teacher Conferences Information

    Groves High School Course Description Videos
    It is time to pick courses for the 2020-21 school year. To learn more about the array of courses we offer at Groves, please click the following link to see course videos created by the staff. They are fun to watch. https://www.birmingham.k12.mi.us/domain/2371

    Click here for the 8th Grade Parent Night Information from 1/22/2020.

    Lost and Found is located outside the main office (Attendance Door).  

    Order Your Yearbook!

    Saturday School Information 2019-2020

    High School Dress Code 2019-2020

    Attendance Phone:  248-203-3500, Press Option 2

    To report your student’s absence, tardiness, or any attendance concern, please call the main line 248-203-3500 option 2.

    If your student needs to leave early, please send a note and your student will sign out in the attendance office.  This makes it so much easier for a student to leave the classroom on time.  Calling the classroom is disruptive to the teacher and fellow students. 

    Groves PTA Letter 2019

    Groves PTA Volunteer Form

    Open Lunch Form for 11th and 12th Grade

    e-Funds for Schools Information

    Do You Have A PowerSchool 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 Power School.  

    If you require a password reset or new account set up information, please email Lisa Reeves or call (248)-203-3501.

    College Admission Exams 2019-2020 Schedule

    Groves Course Catalog 2019-2020

    Groves Course Numbers 2019-2020

    9th Grade Course Planning Guide

    Student Drop-Off / Pick-Up and Visitor Parking 

    Families are encouraged to use the district transportation service whenever possible.  Families choosing not to use district transportation are encouraged to carpool with friends and neighbors.

    Students may be dropped off and picked up from three (3) locations:
    the Front Circle Drive off 13 Mile Road,  the designated drop off lanes in the West Lot-the West Porch “designated drop off lane”  or the Pool Entrance area.   The “designated drop off lanes” will be marked by painted lines along the West Porch and Pool Entrance area.

    Parents are asked to pull up as far forward as possible when using the Front Circle Drive, the West Porch, or the Athletic area. Please pull into the area so student traffic can continue to move in the lot.  Left hand turns from the Front Circle Drive are strongly discouraged.
    Left hand turns may be unsafe and will cause traffic to become congested in the circle drive.
    These areas will become congested from 7:15 to 7:30 a.m. and from 2:45 to 3:00 p.m.  Parents are encouraged to drop students off prior to 7:10 a.m. and pickup after 2:50 p.m.

    All students must be picked up by 3:00 p.m. every day.  Students who are not participating in an after-school activity will have to exit the building.

    There will be no student drop-off or pick-up in the North Lot or North Lane because of safety issues. Drivers may not use the Music Circle Drive for drop-off or pick-up - this area is designated for buses only.

    Consequences for families who use the North Lot, North Lane or Music Circle drive for drop-off are at the discretion of the administration and are adjusted as necessary based on the severity of the situation.

    Parents who visit the school during the day may park in the Front Circle Drive or the visitor parking area at the entrance to the West Lot.  Visitors must check in with the front desk to identify their vehicle.


  • 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. Embekka Roberson, Principal

    Othamian Peterson, Assistant Principal

    Delois Spryszak, Assistant Principal

    Darin Wilcox, Assistant Principal

    Tom Flynn, Athletic Director


    Learn More about Groves from the Hafen and Moore Families.