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Clancy's Trivia Night

Register here for the 12th annual trivia tournament, to be held in the Commons on August 26, 2017. Space is limited, so reserve your table early!

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Clancy Classic Golf Tournament

The annual tournament was held at Twin Hills Golf and Country Club on Monday, June 26. Many thanks to our sponsors, donors, and golfers for making the event a huge success!


Congratulations to the Bishop McGuinness Class of 2017 on their graduation!


Baccalaureate Mass was celebrated at St. John the Baptist Church on May 14.

Pier Giorgio Frassati Award

Charlotte Edmonds is presented the Pier Giorgio Frassati Award by Principal David Morton and Director of Campus Ministry Joseph Welch.

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BMCHS Dance Summer Music Video

Watch the BMCHS Dance classes perform their summer-themed routines!

Athletics Summer Camps

Register online for athletics summer camps!


Student Council 2017–2018

Elections were recently held for positions on next year’s student council.


All-School Mass

On May 2 red cords were awarded to graduating seniors with 300 or more Christian service hours. Sister Rosemary Nyirumbe spoke to students about Sewing Hope’s charity efforts in Uganda.

Red Cord StudentsSewing Hope

Chi Rhoan

Read the May 2017 edition of the student newspaper.

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Online Student Registration

Begin here to register students for the upcoming school year. You must have a snapcode provided to you by the school. If you do not have a snapcode, please contact Bekah Hightower at rhightower@bmchs.org.


Irish Eyes

Read our principal’s weekly message, and keep up-to-date with school events.

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Campus Ministry

We call upon our students, faculty, and staff to be a Christ-centered community that passionately serves others with integrity and experiences Christ in the Catholic tradition.

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Counselor Corner

The Guidance and Counseling Program at Bishop McGuinness Catholic High School is designed to meet the developmental needs of high school students. Realizing the unique giftedness of each student, the school’s qualified counselors dedicate their time and expertise to help students reach their potential.

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Bishop McGuinness Catholic High School’s philosophy is student-centric. We strive to provide a high school experience that encourages participation, exploration, and self-expression.


Bishop McGuinness Catholic High School recognizes students’ individual differences and varied learning styles. Our academic program challenges students while accommodating individual needs.


Faith formation is central to BMCHS’s Mission. Students are instructed in Catholic history, tradition, and doctrine according to the guidelines put forth by the Archdiocese of Oklahoma.


At Bishop McGuinness Catholic High School, we know that a strong and disciplined mind is enhanced by a strong, healthy body. We know the value of hard work, teamwork and sportsmanship.

“For our family, BMCHS means community. BMCHS is a faith based community that supports and sustains one another. This community prepares our children for education after high school and, more importantly, for a productive and fruitful life. The school has been a great blessing for the Sine Family.”

David Sine - 1980 Graduate

“McGuinness to me is a home that provided me with more spiritual, educational, and personal growth than I could have ever imagined. I found so much support and strength in the community that is McGuinness because of the pride that each student, teacher, parent and alum have in this school.”

Alexa Lienhard - 2011 Graduate