2019 Senior Class Legacy Gift

The Senior Class Legacy Gift provides an opportunity for the class to make a lasting gift in honor of their time here while recognizing the generosity of those who came before them.  By contributing to the Senior Class Legacy Gift, you will continue the legacy of Bishop Kelley alumni who leave a positive footprint on this great school.

 

At the direction of BK President, Father Gary Kastl, the legacy gift will no longer be a specific project; seniors are asked to make a financial gift and pledge "to the mission of the school."

 

The overall mission of the school includes projects to offer spiritual formation, continue academic excellence, offer more tuition assistance, and so much more. Gifts will help us improve facilities, purchase state of the art equipment, and recruit/retain outstanding faculty – all to make the lives of our students better.

 

Once seniors in the class of ‘19 have made their gift, it will be acknowledged in a new plaque on the donor wall next to the plaque honoring the senior class legacy gift provided by members of the class of ‘16.

 

It’s our hope that soon-to-be alumni will contribute to the 2019 Senior Class Legacy Gift (during their senior year) by pledging to give back to the school over the next several years. We suggest a gift of $25/year for 4 years, for a total of $100. However, our goal is for 100% participation by the Senior class. Each gift, no matter the size, counts and is important to the future of the school.

 

 

The school will mail pledge reminders to members of the Class of 2019 in order to aid them in fulfilling this pledge. We encourage a gift spread out over four years in hopes of creating a stronger culture of philanthropy and a habit of giving among BK alumni.

 

 

Class of 2015

funded the BK-branded floor inside the entrance of the main building.

 

Class of 2016

established the Brock Norton Tuition Assistance Endowment Fund in honor of their fallen classmate.

 

 Class of 2017
constructed a new flag plaza at the center of our campus.

 

 Class of 2018
provided a memorial fountain honoring students who passed away while attending Bishop Kelley.