Bishop Kelley High School
In the 1950s, Bishop Eugene McGuinness made the initial arrangements for the construction of Bishop Kelley High School (named for the second bishop of Oklahoma, Bishop Francis C. Kelley) and its administration by the Brothers of the Christian Schools, better known as the Christian Brothers. Kelley High School is a co-educational Lasallian Catholic high school with approximately 950 students, grades 9 through 12, located in the center of the Tulsa metropolitan area on a 47-acre campus. The school was founded in 1960 and is operated in the Lasallian tradition of the Brothers of the Christian Schools.bishopkelley.org
Tulsa, OK, USA
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