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New Faculty Join Bishop Lynch Community

Bishop Lynch High School is pleased to welcome five new faculty members to campus this school year. Please read more about each new hire. We’re excited about these fabulous additions to our top-notch teaching roster of faithful, caring and dedicated faculty!

Paula del Angel
Paula del Angel joined the science department at Bishop Lynch High School in the fall of 2019. Paula is from Tyler, TX and attended Texas A&M University earning her B.S. in biology. She is married to her husband Eric and has one daughter, two stepdaughters and a stepson.
Paula loves to read, travel and visit museums during her free time. She hits the jackpot when she can do all three at the same time. A fun fact about her and her husband is they met through, which was recommended by her priest.
Tom Bulmer
Tom Bulmer joined Bishop Lynch High School’s theology department in the fall of 2019. Tom is from Dallas and his wife is a Bishop Lynch alumna, so Tom is familiar with the BL community. Tom received his B.A. in philosophy from Texas A&M and later earned his MTh from the University of Dallas. He previously taught at Bishop Dunne middle school.
Tom is married to Sarah Bulmer and they are the proud parents of a son with a daughter on the way. In his free time, he enjoys being outside, especially fishing.
Bill Gilbreath
Bill Gilbreath joined the Bishop Lynch science department in the fall of 2019. Bill worked in education before coming to BL and earned his BS from NWOSU, MSEd from Kansas State University and MS from Texas A&M Commerce.
Originally from Rockwall, TX, Bill enjoys hunting, fishing, kayaking, and hiking during his free time. His favorite place to hike is in the Rocky Mountains with his wife Mary.
Alex McGinnis
Alex McGinnis joined the theology department at Bishop Lynch High School in the fall of 2019. Before coming to the Bishop Lynch community, Alex did mission work in Belize and taught high school theology in the Fort Worth diocese. She received her B.A. in theology from the Franciscan University of Steubenville.
In her free time, Alex enjoys traveling, hanging out with friends and family and perpetually searching for the best tacos in the DFW metroplex. If you ever see her in the morning, make sure she has some black coffee because that is her favorite.
Olivia Orrantia
Olivia Orrantia joined the math department at Bishop Lynch High School in the fall of 2019. Originally from El Paso, she attended Texas Tech receiving her B.A. with a double major in math and Spanish. She now attends Texas A&M University-Commerce where she will graduate in December 2019 with her MS in math and MS in secondary education.
Before coming to BLHS, Olivia worked in assistive technology for students with disabilities at Tompkins Cortland Community College in Dryden, New York. When she is not busy with work or her online classes, she is probably cross-stitching while watching some police drama. She has also recently started baking macarons and loves to experiment with new flavors. Olivia loves her black cat, Luna, and even taught her to sit, high five, shake paws, and they are working on spinning in a circle.
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