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MAY 2017
A LETTER FROM OUR NEW PRINCIPAL

Dear Bishop Kelley Community,

Thank you very much for the extraordinarily warm and hospitable welcome you have provided me recently in the transition as incoming principal.

The Church has moved in the past few weeks from the season of Lent to the Easter Season. In recent days and in the month ahead, the daily readings will move through Acts, the early Church, and especially the sacrifices and leadership of two “greats” – two most significant leaders of the Church – Peter and Paul.
 
The examples of Saints Peter and Paul, early pioneers of the Catholic faith, shout the message of Jesus Christ to the world: “Follow Me.” The leadership these two servants of the Church exemplify is leadership to which we are all called in the journey of faith. We are all called to the holiness personified in Jesus Christ. This leadership, however, must be learned. The primary role of the Catholic school is in the formation of students as Christian leaders.

This issue of BK Connection features student, faculty and alumni accomplishments.  Success in life, in career, in marriages, in families and in all human endeavors is more driven by an individual's moral, spiritual and ethical compass than by any other component. Forming the whole student, addressing the spiritual, the emotional, the social, the academic, the athletic, the artistic components, is at the heart of what Bishop Kelley is about. Sts. Peter and Paul are marvelous examples of the type of leaders Bishop Kelley aims to form.
 
James P. Franz
Incoming Principal

**To read more about our new principal visit the article on our website here.
***You can view the video of the press conference here or the interview by student Lillie Burke here.
******Additionally, Father O'Brien has written an article detailing the differences between the President's duties and the Principal's.

STUDENT ACHIEVEMENTS

GIANNA BUSCH WINS NATIONAL MERIT CORPORATE SCHOLARHIP


Senior Gianna Busch, a National Merit Finalist, was recognized in the Tulsa World for winning a corporate-sponsored scholarship. She's one of only five Tulsa-area students to receive this type of scholarship. Congratulations!

MR. AND MISS KELLEY 2017


Congratulations to Enriq de Asis and Jessica Gray!

BK BASEBALL HAVING STRONG SEASON

The varsity baseball team had an undefeated week ending with a win against McAlester. Sophomore Parker Rowland hit a grand slam, which can be viewed on our Facebook page. Go Comets!

FOURTEEN ATHLETES SIGN WITH COLLEGE TEAMS


In April, we celebrated fourteen of our student-athletes who have committed to college teams. 

Alex Woodruff – Bethel College (Basketball)

Ryan Patrick – University of Tulsa (Football)

Ben Barkley – St. Louis University (Soccer)

Ellie Chapple – Sam Houston State University (Soccer)

Maggie Ertl – Arkansas State University (Soccer)

Adam Habib – University of Tulsa (Soccer)

Megan Holder – William Jewell College (Soccer)

Lily Murray – Oklahoma Wesleyan University (Soccer)

Meredith Wilson – University of Central Oklahoma (Soccer)

Austin Wormell – Creighton University (Soccer)

Jeryn Jack – Western Michigan University (Tennis)

Reagen Roth – Newman University (Volleyball)

Matt Smith – University of North Carolina (Wrestling)

Kyle Urich – Missouri University of Science and Technology (Football)

Congratulations to all of you!

BARKLEY BROTHERS HIGHLIGHTED IN
TULSA WORLD SOCCER ARTICLE


Following multiple big wins, Bishop Kelley Boys Soccer was mentioned in a Tulsa World article. These victories included notable opponents such as Bixby, Jenks and Union. 


Ben and Jack Barkley, sons of Head Coach Phil Barkley, were highlighted as the Varsity team's strongest offensive players. Jack currently leads the team in goals with 10 while Ben is noted as having 8 goals and 15 assists. Ben was also featured in the April Tulsa World article, "High school athletes in spring sports you need to go see play." Ben will be playing soccer for Saint Louis University in the fall.

SWIMMERS NAMED FINALISTS TO ALL-WORLD SWIMMING TEAM BY TULSA WORLD


Jack Callan and Patrick Callan have both been named finalists to the Boys First Team of the All-World Swimming Team. Beth Grundy was named to the second Girls Team. Honorable Mentions from Bishop Kelley include Grace Arnold, Laney Sims, Riley Crismon and Rafael Serrano. To read the article, click here.

BK STUDENTS WIN WITH
ACADEMIC BOWL ALL-STATE TEAM


Two members of the Bishop Kelley Academic Bowl team were selected for the All-State Competition. Devin Raine was the highest scoring player with 720 points and his team won the competition. Joseph Mellor's team placed second.
Congrats to both of you!

BOYS GOLF WINS TIGER INVITATIONAL


The Bishop Kelley Boys Golf team scored 311, beating their second-place opponent Hilldale by 24 strokes. Davis Woodliff and Dutton Hughes tied for individual third place with scores of 75. Well done!

STUDENTS WRITE RESUMES,
EXPERIENCE JOB INTERVIEWS


Miracle Boykin (pictured above) and other Speech II students got a chance to practice professionalism in the classroom through mock job interviews. Erin Clark and other faculty members interviewed the students who, prior to the interview, had put together resumes and researched their desired employers. 

BETH GRUNDY NAMED DANFORD SCHOLAR


Senior Beth Grundy has been named a Danford Scholar by Washington University in St. Louis. This honor was only given to
19 incoming freshmen students out of nearly 1,800 candidates. Congratulations!

TENNIS TEAMS WIN, PLACE IN OKC TOURNAMENT


The Girls Tennis team won the cup at the East/West Showdown Tournament in OKC.
The boys team placed second. Well done, Comets!

ELLIE LAGERE ACCEPTED TO SUMMER ARTS PROGRAM

Senior Ellie LaGere was accepted again to the Oklahoma Arts Institute at Quartz Mountain for her filmmaking skills. Two of her short films, Father and Bad Day, can be viewed here.

NINE STUDENTS EARN MAJOR SCHOLARSHIPS AT OU

Only about 200 students are chosen to receive the PCS (President's Community Scholars) or PLC (Presidential Leadership Class) scholarships at OU. Nine of the chosen students this year come from Bishop Kelley! Congrats to our six PCS recipients: Molly Grigsby, Andres Gonzalez, Maddi Duke, Torey Henderson, Ben Sands and Katherine Soulé, as well as our three PLC recipients: Enriq de Asis, Hannah Hunnicutt and Tushar Patel!

STUDENT ART AT 14TH ANNUAL BLUE DOME FESTIVAL

A group of Bishop Kelley students will be running the first student art booth at the Blue Dome Arts Festival in May. The festival will run May 19th - 21st and open each morning at 11 a.m. Come support our Bishop Kelley art students!

BISHOP KELLEY HOSTS DIOCESAN TRACK MEET


The Bishop Kelley track team worked behind the scenes at the Diocesan Track Meet for middle school students. They served as leaders in assisting the younger athletes throughout the meet and keeping track of individual times. Well done!

KATIE BURGESS IN UPCOMING FILM

Senior Katie Burgess can be seen in the upcoming film "Jurassic Games," which is scheduled for a 2018 release.

COMEDY CLUB HOLDS FIRST MEETING


The Bishop Kelley Comedy Club, started by Library/Media Specialist Lee Ann Parish, held its first meeting in April. Dozens of students attended and delivered their best jokes.

CHOIR GET SUPERIOR RATINGS AT STATE

Both of the Bishop Kelley women's ensembles and the men's ensemble made Superior ratings at the State Competition. Soloists Katherine Soulé, Luke Vaughn, Kelly Steichen and Michael Hanisch also made Superior ratings. Great job!

SPRING 2017 SPORTS SCHEDULE

The Spring 2017 athletic season is almost over!
Check the links below for the 2016-17 varsity schedules.

BOYS
Soccer
Tennis
Golf
Track & Field
Baseball
 
GIRLS
Soccer
Tennis
Golf
Track & Field
 
BELIEVE IN KELLEY

Below is our plan to achieve the school’s highest-ever annual fund goal of $500,000 by June 30th, 2017.
By the end of April, we have reached $315,000.

Our purpose for the annual fund this year is to provide three F's: Furniture, Frequency and Financial Aid. The tables in our cafeteria are 23 years old and in need of replacement. Our PA system, original to the school in 1960, needs to be replaced and expanded to new facilities on campus. Nearly one-fourth of our students are dependent on Financial Aid. All three of these goals, with the latter being of utmost importance, can only be achieved through the generosity of our donors.

If you would like to honor a beloved faculty member celebrating a service milestone and make a Believe in Kelley gift in their name, go to www.bishopkelley.org/give or call Doug Thomas in the Advancement Office at (918) 607-9115.

2017 SENIOR CLASS LEGACY GIFT
Thus far, 55 seniors (23% of the class) have given $5,500 to their class legacy gift this year, which will be the establishment of a flag plaza in front of the MQP main entrance featuring three, lighted flag poles that will carry the U.S., the State,
and the Vatican flags.

To support the Senior Class Legacy Gift, we suggest a gift of $25/year for 4 years (total of $100), with the first gift being made now. The BK Advancement Office will send students pledge reminders in ‘18, ‘19, and ‘20.  This will insure that the students’ names will be listed in four consecutive BK Annual Reports (mailed out to 10,000 constituents) in hopes of creating a philanthropic habit toward giving back to BK.

 

Pledge forms can be filled out online or can be found in the Main Office and the Advancement Office where students can see Katherine Devonshire, Director of Alumni Relations.

REMAINING ACT/SAT TEST DATES
FOR 2016-2017


 
 
ACT TEST DATES REGISTRATION DEADLINE
June 10, 2017 May 5, 2017

 
 
SAT TEST DATES REGISTRATION DEADLINE
June 3, 2017 May 9, 2017
   

ADVANCED PLACEMENT TESTING

 
AP tests will be given from May 1 through May 12. All students enrolled in an AP class are required to take the AP test for that class. The test day schedule is listed below. If your student has any conflicts for that day or if you have any questions, please contact Joey Beuchat at jbeuchat@bishopkelley.org.
 
AP EXAM DATE ARRIVAL TIME
Chemistry Mon May 1 7:45
Environmental Science Mon May 1 7:45
Psychology Mon May 1 12:00
Spanish Language Tues May 2 7:45
Computer Science A Tues May 2 7:45
Physics 1 Tues May 2 12:00
English Literature Wed May 3 *7:45

*This is a late start day, but not for AP English Literature students.
 
Physics 2 Wed May 3 12:00
US Government Thurs May 4 7:45
US History Fri May 5 7:45
Studio Art Portfolios Due Fri May 5 3:00
Biology Mon May 8 7:45
Calculus AB Tues May 9 7:45
Calculus BC Tues May 9 7:45
French Language Tues May 9 11:45
English Language Wed May 10 *7:45

*This is a late start day, but not for AP English Language students.
 
Macroeconomics Wed May 10 12:00
Statistics Thurs May 11 11:45
Microeconomics Fri May 12 7:45
Latin Fri May 12 11:45

Students taking afternoon exams will not report to 3rd block, but go directly to first lunch and then report to the testing room at the time indicated above.
 

DOZENS OF SIBLINGS ON SAME TEAM SPORT AT BISHOP KELLEY


There are over 65 groups of siblings at Bishop Kelley that play sports. Thirty-eight of these pairs play the same sport, many on the same team. Three of these pairs have given us insight into the sibling dynamic of their teamwork and competition.
 
Diana and Kelsey Griffin
Sport: Cross Country

 
Q: What grades are you in?
Diana: Senior
Kelsey: Sophomore
 
Q: When did you start playing your sport?
Diana: I did track freshman year and started cross country my sophomore year.
Kelsey: I started my sophomore year.
 
Q: What influenced your interest in the sport?
Diana: I started because I saw what a tight-knit community it was. My friends were doing it and it seemed like a great way to stay fit. You get to hang out in the summer and enjoy the friendship.
Kelsey: I joined because my sister was already in it. I saw how great the friendship was and, like Diana said, it felt like a community. I wasn’t very athletic, but I knew everybody on the team because of my sister and thought it would be
something I’d enjoy.
 
Q: Does being on a team strengthen your bond as a sibling? Challenge it?
Diana: It definitely helps. We did ice skating and volleyball as kids before this. I’m not easy to wake up for 6 a.m. runs, but Kelsey is, which really helps. We bonded over the mutual suffering (laughs).
Kelsey: (laughs)It was great to have someone to do it with.
 
Q: If you could do it again, would you be on the same team as your sibling?
Diana: YES.
Kelsey: YES.
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Jacob and Ryan Jeffries
Sports: Football and Basketball
 

Q: What grades are you in?
Jacob: Senior
Ryan: Sophomore
 
Q: When did you start playing your sport?
Jacob: Football in 6th grade, basketball in 1st grade.
Ryan: Basketball in 2nd, Football in 4th.
 
Q: What influenced your interest in the sport?
Jacob: TV exposure, watching all of the pro athletes play.
Ryan: I guess I was following in Jake’s footsteps.
 
Q: Does being on a team strengthen your bond as a sibling? Challenge it?
Jacob: It’s great to spend time together and have conversations as brothers on a team. We play the same position in football, so we play against each other a lot in practice. We practice basketball at home. I win most of the time.
Ryan: We get to hang out in practice together. We also like to be competitive playing 1-on-1 basketball at home. 
Jake does win most of the time.
 
Q: If you could do it again, would you be on the same team as your sibling?
Jacob: Yes, it makes transportation easier.
Ryan: Yes, it’s great to be brothers and teammates.
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Mariana and Marcela Valdez Martinez
Sport: Softball

 
Q: What grades are you in?
Mariana: Senior
Marcela: Senior
 
Q: When did you start playing your sport?
Mariana: I started my sophomore year.
Marcela: Junior year.
 
Q: What influenced your interest in the sport?
Mariana: It looked fun.
Marcela: My sister was in it, so I decided to try it out.
 
Q: Does being on a team strengthen your bond as a sibling? Challenge it?
Mariana: I’m really competitive and there’s always been competition between us, but being on the
team really grew our relationship.
Marcela: We got closer over the years, being together for every game.
 
Q: If you could do it again, would you be on the same team as your sibling?
Mariana: Together.
Marcela: Definitely together.

 

THAT'S A WRAP FOR
KELLEYWOOD - LIGHTS, CAMERA, AUCTION


Great news for the Kelley community, the 2017 Auction, Kelleywood – Lights, Camera, Auction, was a success in every way for Bishop Kelley. It was a wonderful gathering of over 400 friends in the Kelley community.  Kelleywood raised over $284,000 net proceeds which is the highest amount generated at Auction in the last ten years.  The money raised at Kelleywood will be used for tuition assistance and to purchase Google Chromebooks for all Bishop Kelley students for the 2017/2018 school year.  Thank you to everyone who attended, volunteered, donated, bid, or worked on the BK Auction.  

There are many people to thank for this special evening.
 

Auction Chairs, Kathy Brainerd and Beth Snapp

Decorations Chair, Shawna Rocco

Emcee, Frank Cooper

Music by the Bishop Kelley Jazz Choir

In-Kind Sponsors:  A&B Distributors, Bruce G. Weber, Jarboe Sales, Littlefield Agency and Integrity Lighting

Video produced by Michael Blazek, Russ Hembrey, and BK Journalism

BK students Tatum Cole and Samara Cain who shared their BK experience.

Thank you to our very generous Patrons. Go here to see the names of these great friends of Bishop Kelley High School.

Thank you to our over 400 guests!  You made this evening a gathering that truly represented the joy and generosity of the Bishop Kelley community.  

Thank you to each of you who donated to the Bishop Kelley Auction.  Your willingness to share your resources is appreciated and is a generous investment in the students of Bishop Kelley.

 

Thank you to the stars of the show, the Kelleywood Auction Committee!  Job well done.

 
 

Kerri Anthony

Calli Mathers

Kim Berrey

Rachel Mathis

Carol Berry

Jennie McCullough

Edana Brook

Kathy and Charles McDonald

Debbie Busch

Lori McNulty

Teresa Caruso

Julie Meshri

Karen Chastain

Laryn Moore

Julie Christner

Liz O’Connor

Heather Conklin

Ashley Olmedo

Mary Culver

Katy Plaisance

Laurie Davie

Kathy Raschen

Laura Duffy

Shawna Rocco

Amy Frisillo

Amie Slemaker

Afton Gray

Christine Steichen

Ann Hanisch

Erin Steichen

Tammy Hern

Tricia Stotler

Cindy Howard

Laurie Wollmershauser

Carrie Jarboe

Jennifer Wood

Holly Lehman

Katie Woodliff

Christy Lindsay

Julie Woolsayer

Monica Lissau

Jonell Ziola

Kathryn Lyons

BK Staff: Robin Lewis

 

Save the Date for the 38th Annual Bishop Kelley Auction Saturday, April 7, 2018!  
Join in the fun by contacting Robin at rlewis@bishopkelley.org.

TWO STUDENTS FROM TANZANIA SHADOW AT BISHOP KELLEY


The Janada L. Batchelor Foundation for Children is a Tulsa-based organization in Tanzania that provides quality education to girls. Chris Gates, Founder and CEO, brings a few of their students to the United States every few years to let them learn about our culture and education system. Although Chris is a Holland Hall graduate, he has a lot of ties to Bishop Kelley and knows of the wonderful things happening at this school.
 
Bishop Kelley student Eva Campbell, who has volunteered at the JBFC for two years, worked with Chris Gates and Bishop Kelley administrators to bring the two visiting students here. “They are taught completely in English after first grade there,” said Eva Campbell. The girls, Leticia and Salome, came to Tulsa in April. Salome shadowed Eva while Leticia shadowed another student, Kaylee Dawson. “They said they loved Bishop Kelley and how everything here was together, how we were doing things as a community,” said Kaylee.

BISHOP KELLEY WELCOMES TWO NEW PRIESTS THIS FALL


In August, Bishop Kelley will welcome two new priests to our community: Father Duy Nguyen and Father David Webb. Both will be ordained at Holy Family Cathedral on May 27th.

While we are excited to welcome our new additions, we are saddened to say good-bye to Father Todd Nance. He currently serves the people of St. Patricks in Sand Springs and Our Lady of the Lake in Mannford. In the near future, he will also be leading the Courage/Encourage ministry in the Diocese of Tulsa.

Father Ketterer will remain with us at Bishop Kelley, but his time on campus will reduce to one day a week.

NEW HEAD BOYS
CROSS-COUNTRY COACH NAMED


Ryan Smith, current Bishop Kelley assistant basketball coach, will be coaching boys cross-country starting this Fall. He concurrently serves as Athletic Director at Marquette Catholic School. Former Head Coach Tyler Bell will continue to be on the Bishop Kelley faculty and continue to serve as Head Coach for boys tennis.

LOCAL AUTHOR JENNIFER LATHAM
VISITS BOOK CLUB


Bishop Kelley Book Club recently read the work Dreamland Burning, a story set both in modern times and during the 1921 Tulsa Race Riot. The book's author, Jennifer Latham, lives in Tulsa and spoke at our last Book Club meeting about her work.

SAVE THE DATE FOR THE

2017 ANGELO PRASSA
MEMORIAL GOLF TOURNAMENT

The 2017 Angelo Prassa Memorial Golf Tournament will be held Monday, Sept. 11, 2017. Please mark your calendar and plan to support BK students. Watch your email this summer for details or contact Katherine Devonshire at kdevonshire@bishopkelley.org.

SPIRIT STORE HOURS

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The Spirit Store will be open during lunch hours from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday. The store is located in the BK Cafeteria.
 
Email spiritstore@bishopkelley.org or call 918.627.3390. Thank you for supporting Bishop Kelley with your purchase. Cash, Check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and
American Express are accepted.

MAY BOY AND GIRL OF THE MONTH

          

Congratulations to NIC MUSTO and HANNAH HUNNICUTT!

Nic Musto is involved in NHS and is on the basketball, cross-country and soccer teams. He will attend the University of Oklahoma in the fall to study engineering.

Hannah Hunnicutt is involved in STUCO and Link Crew. She's also a Comet Ambassador and Yearbook Editor. Outside of BK, she enjoys photography and being a nanny. She will attend the University of Oklahoma in the fall to study journalism. 

MARCH & APRIL TEACHERS OF THE MONTH

MARCH: Tyler Bell

Tyler Bell teaches AP Statistics, Geometry and ACT Prep. He is also Head Coach of boys tennis.


APRIL: John Roselle

John Roselle has taught Theology at Bishop Kelley for two years. 
BISHOP KELLEY PTO

Please visit the BK website for an updated list of Class Club events.  Our Club Chairpersons and their committees have many activities scheduled.  These events are a great way to meet and get connected with other BK parents.

Our final meeting for the school year is Tuesday, May 2nd at 10:45 for a brief meeting and a luncheon to celebrate our outgoing & new officers and committee members. Please join us!

Thank you for your continued support of Bishop Kelley PTO.

Happy Spring,

Kathy Sands
CLUB '19 LUNCH

May 19th at 12:30 p.m.
The Cheesecake Factory on 71st Street

BK COMET SIGHTINGS
 
James Clancy '02 was named Head Football Coach and Athletic Director of the new Klein Cain High School in Houston, Texas.

Father Kerry Wakulich '94, who is the Pastor of St. John the Evangelist in Stillwater, recently visited campus to talk to seniors who will be attending OSU in the fall.


Jordan K. Wolfe, M.D. '04 was chosen to serve as Chief Resident at the Brown University Emergency Medicine residency program.

Our priest chaplain Fr. Bryan Ketterer joined Adam Minihan '05 and David Niles '05 on their 50th episode of "The Catholic Man Show." You can listen to it here.

Dallas Keuchel '06 is having a great season with the Houston Astros.

Matt Reynolds '09 was recently called up by the New York Mets.

Donnie Walton '12 got his first hit of the season as a Modesto Nut (Seattle Mariners organization).

Michael Duke '13 was named the 2017 Outstanding Greek Senior by OU President Boren.

Kelsey Robbins '13 was inducted into the Seton Hall Spanish National Honor Society.

Jordan Chimento '14 hit a home run and three RBIs, leading the Boston College softball team to victory against Louisville.

Kendra Robbins '15 and Patrick McDonald '15 were recently inducted into OSU's chapter of Phi Kappa Phi.


Natalie Ames '16, a Nursing major, is the first freshman in University of Tulsa history to study abroad. She is currently spending her semester in Limerick, Ireland.

Taylor King '16  was accepted to the winter 2018 cohort of Michigan in Washington, a semester-long internship in Washington D.C. The University of Michigan only selects one sophomore per year for this program.

If you graduated in a year ending in 2 or 7,
2017 is your reunion year! 


Bishop Kelley's Reunion Weekend:
June 16 - 17, 2017
Formal invitation with details twill be sent out soon.
If you have any questions about your reunion,
please contact Katherine Devonshire '09,
Director of Alumni Relations,
at alumni@bishopkelley.org or 918-609-7146.

Let us know what's happening in your life!
With over 10,000 alumni, we want to make sure we get to share and celebrate important moments in your life.  If you have any sort of news, event, or announcement happen in your life that you want to share with your fellow alumni, please click here for your information to be included in our quarterly Alumni Updates. Contact Director of Alumni Relations, Katherine Devonshire if you have questions at kdevonshire@bishopkelley.org.


Weekly Alumni Update
Check out the BK Facebook page each Thursday for Throwback Thursday #TBT to identify alumni from yearbooks past and present. Recall fond memories and stay connected to BK. 


Check Your Mailboxes and E-Mail!
Information packets should be coming to you soon. To RSVP for your reunion, click here.
For questions, please call Katherine Devonshire at 918.609.7146 or email her at kdevonshire@bishopkelley.org.

CAN'T AFFORD COLLEGE? YES YOU CAN!

The state of Oklahoma will help pay college tuition through Oklahoma's Promise. This program is open to students in the 8th, 9th, and 10th grade whose family income is $50,000 or less and who agree to meet certain academic requirements and conduct standards. The requirements for the Oklahoma’s Promise program are described below:
 

**Be an Oklahoma resident
**Graduate from an Oklahoma high school
**Take 17 units of high school courses and achieve at least a 2.5 cumulative G.P.A. in those courses
(4 English, 3 Lab Science, 3 Math, 3 History and Citizenship, 2 Foreign Language or Computer courses, 1 additional course from those listed, and 1 Fine Arts course)
**Achieve a cumulative G.P.A. of at least 2.5 for all courses in grades 9-12
**Achieve at least a 2.5 G.P.A. in the 17 cores courses listed above
**Attend school regularly
**Do your homework
**Stay away from drugs and alcohol
**Don’t commit a crime or a delinquent act
**Apply for other financial aid during your senior year of high school

 
For more information, contact Maureen Lawler in the guidance office or go to www.okpromise.org or email okpromise@osrhe.edu.  Students may now apply on-line for the program at www.okpromise.org

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If you make a purchase through AmazonSmile, 0.5% of your purchase price will be donated back to Bishop Kelley. You can do all of your Amazon shopping through AmazonSmile and make a difference at BK! Simply go to www.smile.amazon.com, log in with your regular Amazon account (or create a new account), search for "Bishop Kelley High School" in the "Pick your own charitable organization" box, then either select Bishop Kelley High School or the Bishop Kelley High School Endowment Trust. Now you can shop guilt free knowing a portion of your purchase price will be donated back to Bishop Kelley! 

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