We know that the ever-changing climate of COVID-19 has caused many students, faculty and staff to experience stress on their mental, emotional, spiritual and academic health. This is a top concern for Bishop Kelley, and we are committed to supporting you during this time. If your child is showing signs of distress or struggling academically and would benefit from a customized approach, please contact one of the below Bishop Kelley departments. 

Academic Support

  • Tutoring:  Tutoring help is available both in-person and on-line in addition to the classroom teacher.  

    • Math Lab: 3:15 - 4:15 p.m. Daily M-Th

    • Writing Lab

      • On-line help: Join Google Classroom BK Writing Lab.  Join code is: zoi53ph

      • In school help:

        1. Mondays and Wednesdays: B-12 Classroom

        2. Tuesdays and Thursdays: B-11 Classroom

    • Rother Room Support
  • Study Area In School: The Library is a place for quiet study 7:30 a.m. - 4:15 p.m.

Emotional and College/Career Support

Spiritual Support

  • Bishop Kelley Chaplain: Bishop Kelley's full time chaplain is dedicated to serving the student, faculty, staff and parent communities with spiritual support and guidance 

Technology Support

  • All students have been provided a functional Chromebook for school related use while at Bishop Kelley.

  • If a Chromebook becomes dysfunctional, please contact the Bishop Kelley Instructional Technology department at IT@bishopkelley.org  Include a parent or guardian’s phone number so Technology can contact them quickly, if necessary.  Include student contact information.

    • Include a copy/paste of the error message or a screenshot of the issue to expedite resolution

    • Debugging the problem may involve calling, emailing, or remoting into the student’s Chromebook (with the student or parent’s permission) 

  • Students in-school can bring their Chromebooks to the library when they become dysfunctional.

2020-2021 Quarter Final Exemption Policy 

(Replacing the 8 x 8 Privilege for 2020-2021)

A student may be exempt from each quarter final if he/she meets the following criteria: 

  1. Minimum of a 70% average in the class by 8:00 a.m. two school days prior to final exams 

  2. No more than two zeroes in each class