News Archive


  • January

    BL’s Inaugural Esports Season Yields Big Results

    The first-ever Esports teams at Bishop Lynch High School competed in the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS) fall season. Teams competed in League of Legends, Rocket League and Smash Brothers and performed extremely well in their inaugural season.League of Legends went undefeated 19-0 and the team was named the TAPPS Fall State Champions. Smash Ultimate was also named TAPPS Fall State Champions in their division. Rocket League placed eighth.Clayton Nester teaches in the business department, and he is the Esports moderator. He credits these dedicated students and video game enthusiasts with initiating an Esports team at Bishop Lynch that regularly practiced and played in the school library.“These students were a joy to watch compete in their leagues. Their dedication, camaraderie and skill level are very impressive,” said Mr. Nester.Please congratulate the following students on their achievements:
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  • Four Friars Participate in Prestigious Perry Initiative

    Bishop Lynch High School students Mariah Cornelio, Katelyn Edgar, Avery McKnight, and Tapasya Ranka participated in a full-day medical workshop on Dec. 11 for the Perry Initiative Program. The program hosts young women in high school that are interested in medical careers. The students performed mock orthopedic surgeries, conducted biomechanical engineering and were able to hear from women surgeons and medical students about the study, profession and life of someone pursuing medicine.
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  • Friar Choir Participates in Master Class with “Hamilton” Cast Members

    Christmas came early for Bishop Lynch High School’s Friar Choir! Last week, choir members participated in a choreography and vocal master class with Krystal Mackie and Deejay Young, two artists currently in the touring production of “Hamilton.”The choristers learned dance steps to the iconic “My Shot” hit and got vocal warm-up tips. The artists also participated in a Q&A session and shared real-world professional musical theatre experiences.A Bishop Lynch graduate living and working in New York City connected the school with this opportunity.NBC5 covered the special event. You can view their news story here.
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Faithful to Catholic Tradition and to our Dominican heritage of scholarship and service, Bishop Lynch High School promotes the development of the total person by bringing together a diverse community in a rigorous, college preparatory environment where students are taught to strive for excellence, seek truth, and work for justice in the world. - Founded in 1963