Monthly Archive: January 2019

Cars on Parade – March 22

January 28, 2019

This is a rare opportunity you don’t want to miss. Only 100 tickets will be sold!

Join Jerry Archibald ’70 and dozens of BK students for an exclusive, behind the scenes look at his private classic car collection currently housed at Artisan Works. More than 40 unique cars will be on display. This collection is not regularly open to the public.

Proceeds from this one-time, special event will fund scholarships for low-income students who live in the Rochester City School District. At Bishop Kearney, these students receive personal attention in a family centered environment. Our approach is proving successful as 100% of Bishop Kearney students graduate and are accepted to college, regardless of their socio-economic status.

Bishop Kearney students will be stationed at various vehicles to talk about the make, model and history of these classic cars.

$35 for Adults $15 for students age 17 and under.

Event ticket includes open bar (wine & beer), hand passed & stationary hors d’oeurves, silent & live auction. This ticket will ALSO get you in to see “The Addams Family” Musical at Bishop Kearney on either April 5th or 6th.

Click below for sponsorship levels and for the sponsor form.

You can also sponsor or purchase a ticket by Contacting VP of Advancement, Melanie Barnas-Simmons at mbarnas@bkhs.org or 585-342-4000 ext. 202.

You can purchase your tickets online now:

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5 BK students on the national team

January 8, 2019

Good luck to our Selects Academy/Bishop Kearney students who are representing us on the USA National Team at the U18 World Championship in Japan this week (Lauren Bernard, Caroline Harvey, Haley Winn, Kiara Zannon).

Best of luck to Nina Christof who is representing Selects Academy/Bishop Kearney on the German National Team at the U16 World Championship in Austria. These 5 ladies are leaders in the classroom and on the ice. They live out our school motto “Do All Things Well”. Good luck this week representing your school and your country!