As Bishop Lynch High School embarks on an upcoming week of Homecoming activities and traditions to celebrate the blessings of our community and alumni, we will participate in a unique school-wide service project to remember those in our communities who are less fortunate.
On October 3, the entire student-body and faculty will work together to build “Blessing Bags” for the homeless during the special events portion of the Founders Day festivities. Each Bishop Lynch family has been invited to participate in the collection of goods which will later be assembled into small bags to donate to a local homeless shelter.
Schedule of Events:
9:35 a.m. All-school speaker: Stephen Howard, BL Class of 1988
10:45 a.m. Dismissal for Founders Day activities
11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Students will rotate throughout the day (lunch, service project and activities)
2:20 p.m. All-school Homecoming Pep Rally
Bishop Lynch High School is the largest co-educational private school in Texas and has twice been named a Blue Ribbon School of Excellence. A powerhouse in academics, athletics and the arts, BL has been awarded the TAPPS All-Around Trophy 13 times. Bishop Lynch hosts the largest Dual Enrollment program in the state, offering more than 50 courses a year including English, math, history, science and fine arts. The last four graduating classes of 2012, 2013 and 2014 have each taken over 3,000 credit hours with them to college, all earned free of charge for the student’s family while on the BL campus. Bishop Lynch High School is located at 9750 Ferguson Road in Dallas, and offers bus transportation from many areas of the city. Sponsored by the Catholic Diocese of Dallas, Bishop Lynch High School is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and the Texas Catholic Conference Accreditation Commission. For additional information or to acquire a BL Media Access Pass, please contact Kristin Mannari at 214.870.1770 or email@example.com.