The online application will open on September 8, 2021 for current 8th grade students.
Standard Documentation for All Incoming 9th-grade Applicants
All documentation has to be submitted before an admissions decision will be made.
- Applicant's Photo
- Birth Certificate
- Immunization Records
- Transcript of middle school grades (6th, 7th and 8th) from your current public school or non-Catholic, area private school. Parents do not need to provide this if your student attends a Diocesan Catholic school.
- Educational testing, if applicable. Testing should be current (within the last three years).
Ways to Submit Standard Documentation
- Upload all required documents into your application or in your online account
- Mail: Bishop Kelley High School | Attn: Admissions Dept. | 3905 S. Hudson Ave. | Tulsa, OK 74135-5699
9th Grade Admissions Placement Test for Current 8th Grade Students
Applicants will take their placement test on one of the following dates:
November 6, 2021
January 8, 2022
by appointment after January 8, 2022
Students take the HSPT only once.
Rolling Admissions Process
Applicants with a completed applicant file, including the application, testing, and all required supporting documents, will be reviewed in the order in which they are received and an admissions decision will be made at that time.
The advantage to a rolling admissions process is that as soon as applicants complete the application process, they will receive an individual admission decision within weeks, as opposed to sending all decisions on a specific day.
Once we have met our student enrollment capacity, accepted applicants will be added to our waiting pool. As spots become available, applicants will be admitted from the waiting pool based on a point system. Each applicant will be awarded a point for each of the criteria below that they meet.
- Catholic family supporting a parish
- Child of alumni of Bishop Kelley High School
- Sibling of a current student at Bishop Kelley High School
- A student coming from a partner school
Applicants with the highest point value will be admitted before students with a lower point value. In the case of a point tie, the student whose applicant file was completed earlier will be admitted first.