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As a college preparatory high school, Bishop Lynch provides a rigorous academic program for a wide range of learners. BL offers more than 120 classes, including Advanced Placement/Dual Enrollment, honors, regular, and essentials level courses. Students aren’t restricted to just one learning track. For instance, a student may be enrolled in AP English III and an essentials-level chemistry course. 

Our rigorous curriculum prepares students for college. Our faith-based education prepares them for life.

Graduation Requirements

Theology 4 credits
English 4 credits
Mathematics 4 credits
Social Studies 4 credits
Science 4 credits
World Language (consecutive) 2 credits
Fine Arts 1 credits
Communication Applications .5 credits
Computer Education 1 credits
Physical Education 1 credits
Health .5 credits
Electives 1.5 credits

27.5 credits

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Universal Design for Learning

Bishop Lynch High School has implemented Universal Design for Learning in its academic programming. By customizing classroom teaching and assessments for various learning levels, Bishop Lynch meets students where they are and positions them for growth. Bishop Lynch offers several learning levels for many of its content areas: Advanced Placement/Dual Credit, honors, regular, and essentials so a wider variety of learners can call BL home.  

Meet the Academics Team

Chad Riley

Chad Riley

Rachele Piazza

Rachele Piazza

Assistant Principal of Academics
Shannon Byrne

Shannon Byrne

Learning Specialist, Siena House
Lauren Caton

Lauren Caton

Director of Teaching and Learning, Ricci House