News Archive

2020

  • May

    Matt and Kathy Nevitt '73 working on the front lines of COVID-19

    Matt and Kathy Nevitt '73 took their Friar spirit to the front lines of COVID-19 volunteering to administer CDC COVID-19 tests to Cistercian monks. Kathy has been a nurse at Cistercian for several years and Matt joined her to help administer tests. 

    Thank you Matt and Kathy and to all of our alumni who are spreading their Friar love and helping in any way they can!
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  • April

    Jim "Mattress Mack" McIngvale '69

    Bishop Lynch alumnus Jim "Mattress Mack" McIngvale '69 does it again with his incredible generosity and a giant heart. Check out this touching video of Mattress Mack giving to his community during COVID-19 with the BL choir's rendition of "Here I am Lord." Thanks for all you do!
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  • Jennifer Makins '98

    Jennifer Makins '98 is the Director of STEM at Parish Episcopal and was asked to do an interview for Suzy Solis of KRLD for her series Difference Makers. 

    Jenn and her counterpart, Dave, are making face shields and intubation boxes for doctors fighting COVID-19. You can listen to her interview here.

    Jenn was also honored last fall, along with 124 other women in STEM, as IF/THEN ambassadors for The American Association for the Advancement of Science. Read more here.
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  • March

    Raymond "Redd" Henry ’80 - Bishop Lynch Saved My Life

    Most Bishop Lynch High School students grew up knowing they would attend BL or a similar Catholic high school after 8th grade. Many walk up and down the halls of Inadale and Ferguson each year without much thought as to what it truly means to attend Bishop Lynch, almost taking it for granted. Not Redd Henry ’80. Redd was reminded constantly throughout his four years at BL and his lifetime after, that this school was not only his saving grace, but his lifesaver.
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  • Success Spotlight - Annie Bourne ’11 WBCA's Thirty Under 30

    Congratulations to Annie Bourne ’11 who has been recognized by the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association as one of its Thirty Under 30. Annie has been an assistant women’s basketball coach at DePauw University since 2015. This special recognition program was established to honor 30 of the up-and-coming women's basketball coaches age 30 and under in the sport at all levels of the game.

    Click here to read more about Annie's outstanding accomplishment.
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  • February

    Success Spotlight - Kenleigh (Roden-Foreman) McMinn ’08 on Good Morning Texas

    Kenleigh (Roden-Foreman) McMinn ’08 was recently featured on Good Morning Texas to provide her insight on how to overcome anxiety.

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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