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60th Anniversary


We are delighted to commemorate six decades of academic excellence, spiritual growth, and a strong sense of community at Bishop Lynch High School, located in the heart of East Dallas. Since our first day of school on September 3, 1963, we have faithfully embraced our Catholic tradition and Dominican heritage, providing a transformative educational experience to thousands of students over the years.

Our journey began with a mission - a mission of creating an educational institution that would not only prepare students for academic success but also nurture their spiritual development and instill values that would guide them throughout their lives. Today, as we celebrate our 60th anniversary, we look back on the milestones we've achieved, the lives we've touched, and the profound impact we've had on our students, faculty, and the Dallas community.

Join us as we celebrate!

Heavenly Father, you are the Creator of every good thing. In your providence, sixty years ago, Bishop Lynch High School was created to be a place for students to study truth while deepening their relationships with God and one another. Help us to live faithfully the Dominican pillars of prayer, study, community, and service in a place where, in the words of Bishop Lynch, "the stars are brightest, where the fields are fairest, and which is filled with a people blessed with large hearts."

St. Dominic, Pray for Us!






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Celebrating 60 Years

School president and principal walking in front of school

We kicked off our 60th Year of Believing and Belonging on Tuesday, Aug. 15 with Mass with Bishop Burns for the Feast of the Assumption followed by ice cream at all lunches! Our staff, along with new Superintendent Dr. Rebecca Hammel, served up Sundaes for the 60th to all our students.

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Schedule of Events

Check back throughout the year for opportunities to celebrate our 60th year of believing and belonging! GO FRIARS!