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Graduate Profile

A Bishop Lynch High School senior graduates with much more than just a diploma. Bishop Lynch graduates acquire a total formational experience rooted in the four pillars of Dominican life - prayer, study, community, and service. 

“First the bow is bent in study. Then the arrow is released in preaching.”

(Hugh of St. Cher, OP, 13th century)

A graduate from Bishop Lynch High School:


Understands and embraces the importance of prayer in daily life as a pathway to a deeper relationship with God

Understands and appreciates the teachings of the Catholic Church

Finds prayer as an opportunity to see the reflection of God in others

Cherishes liturgical and devotional prayer (such as the rosary) as the inspiration for service


Lives a life that reflects formation in the Catholic intellectual tradition

Seeks God as the “the true, the good, and the beautiful” in all forms of study and inquiry

Thinks critically and independently in the pursuit of Truth

Manifests a love for lifelong learning and all things truly human

Shows profound respect for the intrinsic dignity of every human person


Honors Dominican heritage and tradition with a joyful spirit

Fosters authentic friendships and connectivity within the BL community

Respects life and promotes stewardship of God’s creation

Seeks the peace of Christ

Recognizes and appreciates the diversity of individuals

Communicates effectively and confidently


Demonstrates gospel values through daily living

Seeks Christ-like service to others in our community and works for justice in the world

Respects life as a gift from God and promotes stewardship of God’s creation

Shows concern for the well-being of others, especially the vulnerable and disinherited