Recent News

Senior to Senior Ball

February 15, 2018

In an annual tradition, seniors at Bishop Kearney and seniors at one local retirement community came together for the Senior to Senior Ball.

Seniors from Bishop Kearney’s National Honors Society traveled to St. Ann’s Community for the event, where they danced, socialized and participated in activities throughout the afternoon.

The event is the culmination of a two-month fundraising effort by the students who raised enough money to purchase carnations and other gifts for each resident.

“My definition of old has really changed,” says Jackie Giacovelli, a senior at Bishop Kearney, “There’s some people who are in their late 90’s, and they are still full of life and energy and they don’t even need to be here, but they are, and it’s so inspiring and I want to like that.”

This was the 23rd annual Senior to Senior Ball. Bishop Kearney is proud to partner with St. Ann’s on inter-generational programming across all grade levels.  The local evening news spotlighted this wonderful tradition:

NHS Blood Drive Feb. 6

February 3, 2018

The National Honor Society is hosting a blood drive on Tuesday, February 6, 2018 from 9:00am – 2:00pm in the Ed Nietopski Gym

Parents & Alumni are welcome to stop in at any time during this drive to give blood. All that is required is that they sign in with the main office first, get their pass, and come into the gym to sign up with the Red Cross to give.

Questions can be directed to Mrs. Sikora, National Honor Society Advisor at

 Blood Drive Feb 6th


Soup-er Bowl a Success

February 2, 2018

Bishop Kearney held it’s 2nd annual Soup-er Bowl this week in the cafeteria. Students and faculty brought in soup cans and other canned goods to help feed the hungry. Soup cans were placed on either the Eagles or Patriots table, the table with the most cans is the presumptive winner of the real Super Bowl.  The results of the BK Soup-er Bowl were quite clear based on soup cans:


All goods collected will be donated to feed the hungry. Bishop Kearney proudly follows Christ’s example to help the poor and hungry in our community.

It’s Good to be a King!

December 23, 2017

What’s it like to be a Bishop Kearney King?

Contact our admissions office today to set up a shadow day or tour (email: or call 342-4000×246).

Video Christmas Card

December 21, 2017

Merry Christmas from our students at Bishop Kearney!

Bishop Kearney (grades 6-12) will re-open for classes on Tuesday January 2, 2018.  Safe travels to all of our students across the country and around the world who are traveling back to Bishop Kearney.

Service above self at BK

December 20, 2017

BK students perform thousands of hours of service

At Bishop Kearney, our mission is to develop the mind, body, and heart of every student. While a Bishop Kearney education will develop a student’s intellect and academic talents, we also know that being a Kearney student will empower them with a greater sense of purpose. In essence, every Kearney student throughout the school year is engaged in meaningful opportunities to positively impact those in our society that have been marginalized by poverty and injustice. These experiences allow our students to live their faith and give their time, treasure, and talent to those who are less fortunate.

Bishop Kearney students performed over 5,000 hours of community service in November and December delivering gift baskets, wrapping presents, collecting food/clothing, and donating thousands of items to those in need during the holiday.  These experiences empowered our students to have a greater sense of purpose and it brought happiness and comfort to the poor, sick, elderly, and most fragile members of our community.