Bishop Lynch High School has a rich history spanning over 60 years, during which it has nurtured the growth and development of nearly 13,000 students. Today, these alumni form a tight-knit community, bound by care and connection.
OUR PRESIDENT AND PRINCIPAL
Bishop Lynch High School utilizes a president/principal leadership model to provide a first-choice high school experience.
While the president represents the school to the wider community, including alumni and prospective families, the principal handles the day-to-day academic and on-site operations.
BL’s dynamic duo are joined by other top school leaders to form the senior leadership team.
Since 1963, Bishop Lynch students have been taught to strive for excellence, seek truth and work for justice in the world. We now have more than 13,000 alumni across the world who are living the BL mission and making a positive difference in their communities. That is a powerful testament to what a Catholic education can do.
Chris Rebuck, President
Today marks the official launch of the campaign for the Fund for Bishop Lynch, which is the primary source of support for our school and our operations outside of tuition.
At the onset of my presidency at Bishop Lynch, I set out to highlight gratitude in a special way by reflecting on thankfulness each Thursday. Thanksgiving has long been one of my favorite holidays and I have often wished for a more comprehensive approach to practicing this intentional gratitude throughout the entire year.
On Sunday, August 27, members of the Bishop Lynch community gathered for Mass to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the founding of our school. We had a wide variety of groups and supporters present to celebrate this important milestone in the life of BL.
Welcome to another exciting year at Bishop Lynch filled with potential, growth, and opportunity. As I reflect on 25 years of service to Catholic schools as a teacher, coach, athletic director, principal, dean of students, and now as president, I am humbled by the trust that I have been afforded by parents to walk alongside them on their journey to help their children find their path of promise and purpose. A driving force behind my purpose is the power of challenge and invitation to inspire others to build communities that are rooted in belonging. I believe that we are better together and thus we embark on this journey of a new school year in just that way.
Next week I have been given the opportunity to present on athletics at Bishop Lynch at the National Catholic Educational Association conference that will be held in Irving. While preparing for this presentation I have spent time reflecting on the topic of presence and how that exists within Friar athletics today.The best part of my role as director of athletics at Bishop Lynch is having the privilege of being present to celebrate the successes of our Friar student-athletes and coaches.