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Kalakan Plays at BK


On Friday, September 27th, Bishop Kelly held an assembly for the International Club. During this, BK was blessed to have the band Kalakan play for us. Kalakan is a Basque band that was formed in the northern Basque country in 2010. The trio consists of three members: Thierry Biscary, Jamixel Bereau and Xan Errotabehere. Kalakan uses many different types of ... Read More »

Fall Fashion Trends


With new seasons, comes new fashion trends. With fall just starting recently we have the fall colors: browns, oranges, yellows, and reds coming out to give our wardrobes a new look. Walking through these hallways we have many fashionable people that are absolutely rocking their new outfits. For girls, we have the knee high, leather boots which match just about ... Read More »

Father Rick Frechette: The Humanitarian


Father Rick Frechette is a humanitarian who has started a children’s hospital known as St. Damien’s in Haiti and saved lives in Mexico in his earlier years. Frechette actually studied to become a doctor in order to help those who have physical disabilities. He came to Bishop Kelly on September 13th to speak to the student body about his work, ... Read More »

Get to know Tony Quilici: BK’s new Assistant Principal

Mr. Quilici in his office. Behind him on the right, there is a painting that one of his former students from Borah High painted

Green color-loving, Italian food munching, Tony Quilici is our new Assistant Principle and Student Affairs Director. Tony Quilici is a family man, living with Sarah, his wife, along with their 3 kids; 5 year old JD, 3 year old Evelyn, and 2 year old Felicity and Eugene, the cat in his household. If his house was on fire and he ... Read More »

An Hour With Andreas


On one noisy Sunday evening, Andreas Kjeldsen spent fun times with his friends and family. On this day, I was able to get to know this student from Roskilde, Denmark. How do you like America? “Yeah it’s nice. I think it is fun to compare how it is in Demark to here and the differences. I like it so far, the ... Read More »

Uproar at the Rockstar Uproar Festival


September 5th was one heck of a day when Boise held the Rockstar Uproar Festival. With people handing out free Rockstar energy drinks and more than 20 rock bands playing, people were hyped up and ready to see some bands play. But with poor weather and rain, some of the bands weren’t able to play or weren’t able to play ... Read More »

First Swim Meet of the Season


The start of the swim season started off well with a win against Centennial and Rocky Mountain on September 3rd. This took place at the West YMCA and was a great start to the season. Every swimmer did a great job, some were worried about how they same though. Lauren Barley was worried about her knee, last year Lauren tore ... Read More »

First Pep Assembly


On Friday, September 6th, Bishop Kelly students filled the Carly Center to celebrate the start of fall sports in the first pep assembly of the 2013-2014 school year.  This student council event was a way to pep up the students and faculty for the first Varsity football game against Skyview Hawks later in the evening. It was filled with a ... Read More »

Football Season; Off to a Great Start


Date: September 6, 2013 A sweet victory one could say for our season opener against the Skyview Hawks. Bishop Kelly came out with a win the score being 14-10. Bishop Kelly walked into the game prepared to play a quick defense Coach Brennan states; “we knew that there offence was going to be tough so we were prepared defensively”   with the ... Read More »

Seattle: An International Center of Culture

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  When  I was visiting Seattle over the weekend, I witnessed the Boise State Broncos play the University of Washington Huskies.  The two were playing in a much anticipated Week 1 game. When I was there, I discovered an underground music environment, delicious restaurants, and an amazing atmosphere of culture and down time. The football game lived up to the hype ... Read More »

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