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How are you asking to Prom?


Throughout the years, Homecoming and promposals have gotten very creative. As you may know Prom is just around the corner. Being only a week after we get back from Spring Break,  Prom is April 5 at the Linen Building in downtown Boise. Throughout many schools across the country it is very popular to out due your components with promposals. You may ... Read More »

The State Debate

Credit to BK Debate team for the Photo

“The competition was amazing!” – Jacob Pintar This past weekend, Bishop Kelley’s Speech and Debate team went to Borah High School for the annual State Debate tournament. to compete against 33 other teams. The State Debate Tournament starts with students meeting in the cafeteria of the school. There, they can meet and talk to other teams, eat food, or relax ... Read More »

Ultimate Spring Break Playlist; 14 Songs for 2014


We all know that during Spring break, teenagers work on their tans and teachers work on their sanity. Below are 14 uplifting, catchy, and Spring-break-ready songs that will defiantly spice up your wonderful week off. This playlist includes EDM (Electric Dance Music), Alternative, and other surprises. At least one song on this playlist will be a song that you have ... Read More »

A Snapshot In Time; Mural Time-Lapse


The 1st period painting class  had the opportunity to paint a wonderful mural at Catholic Charities in Boise for Service Learning Day, with the help of the art teacher, Mrs. Wilson! The theme of the mural was around the world, showcasing painted polaroid pictures take were ‘taken’ by adventurous animals and crafty kids. Some of the places that the polaroid’s took ... Read More »

Track Season Gets a Running Start


Track season kicked off with the first meet of the season at BK on Friday, March 14. Both the boys and girls took home first place victories against Mountain Home and Skyview. Out of the 34 events, 23 of them were topped with a first place finisher from Bishop Kelly. First place finishers included Noah Elia (100 and 200 meters), ... Read More »

BK Goes on Spring Break

Ann Clarke

Where do students and their families go for Spring Break? Well, let’s find out. Some popular Spring Break destinations include Hawaii, Mexico, and California. Bishop Kelly students and families will be heading to a wide variety of places. I for one am going to Phoenix, Arizona with the baseball team to play in a week long tournament. Enough about me, ... Read More »

42 Still Hits The Curve

42 feautred

With baseball season starting I’ m sure everyone is looking for that one film to get them in the mood. Well 42 is the one to watch. 42, a film about Jackie Robinson, a black baseball player, helping with the fight against color discrimination in the 1940s. This movie shows his trials and tributes throughout his many years of rising to ... Read More »

“Between the Lines”


“She has her heart in line with her subject matter,” art teacher Jane Wilson had to say about her. Wilson also mentioned to me that her craftsmanship is really strong and she takes her art projects very seriously-”her work illustrates her passion.” That her, is Janey Beumeler. She is currently a senior at Bishop Kelly High School. She took drawing freshman year, painting sophomore ... Read More »

Knights State Basketball


On Thursday, March 6, the BK boy’s basketball team took on the Burley Bobcats in the first round of the state tournament at Borah High School losing 52-48. Ryan Matunas, senior post, was the top scorer for the Knights with 12 points and 9 rebounds. It was a close game with the largest point spread being just 6 points (Burley ... Read More »

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