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Mission Statement

The mission of Bishop Kelley High School is to carry on the teaching ministry of Jesus Christ by providing a Catholic, Lasallian education that develops individuals whose hearts and minds are prepared for a purposeful life.

Welcome from Fr. O'Brien

Welcome to the virtual home of the Bishop Kelley Comets! On this website you should be able to find all the information you’ll need to know about Bishop Kelley High School: our Catholic, Lasallian foundation, our academic, athletic and fine arts programs, and much more.

Lasallian Tradition

Bishop Kelley High School is a co-educational Lasallian Catholic high school with approximately 840 students, grades 9 through 12, located in the center of the Tulsa metropolitan area on a 37-acre campus. Founded in 1960, the school is owned by the Catholic Diocese of Tulsa and operates in the Lasallian tradition of the Brothers of the Christian Schools.

History

In the 1950s, Bishop Eugene McGuinness made the initial arrangements for the construction of Bishop Kelley High School (named for the second bishop of Oklahoma, Bishop Francis C. Kelley) and its administration by the Brothers of the Christian Schools, better known as the Christian Brothers.

Employment

Thank you for your interest in a professional position at Bishop Kelley High School. Our website allows you to acquire general information about our school and its mission and learn what we are looking for in a prospective employee.

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