Monsignor Kelly Catholic High School

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Monsignor Kelly Catholic High School
Address
5950 Kelly Drive
Beaumont, Texas, (Jefferson County) 77707
United States
Coordinates 30°3′42″N 94°9′39″W / 30.06167°N 94.16083°W / 30.06167; -94.16083Coordinates: 30°3′42″N 94°9′39″W / 30.06167°N 94.16083°W / 30.06167; -94.16083
Information
Type Private, Coeducational
Religious affiliation(s) Roman Catholic
Established 1895
Principal Roger Bemis
Chaplain Rev. Dan Malain
Grades 912
Enrollment 445 (2016)
Hours in school day 8
Campus Urban
Color(s) Blue and Gold         
Athletics conference TAPPS
Team name Bulldogs
Publication Zephyr (literary magazine)
Newspaper The Pawprint
Yearbook The Medallion
Technology Director Grant Hare
Admissions Director Taylor Miller
Athletic Director Coach Ashby
Jr./Sr. Counselor Kari Hillin
Fr./Soph. Counselor Brandi Wulf
Website

Monsignor Kelly Catholic High School is located in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Beaumont. A majority of students at Kelly come from various grade schools within the Diocese of Beaumont and one Episcopalian elementary and middle school. Other students come from public schools throughout Southeast Texas.

Student Organizations[edit]

Spirit Organizations[edit]

  • Kelly Dance Force
  • Varsity and Junior Varsity Cheerleading
  • K-9 Krew
  • Marching Band[1]
  • Code Blue Crew

Service Organizations[edit]

  • Key Club
  • Anchor Club
  • Yellow Ribbon
  • Retreat Team
  • Student Ambassadors

Student Government[edit]

  • Student Council

Academic Organizations[edit]

  • National Honor Society
  • Mu Alpha Theta, Math Honor Society
  • Academic Challenge Team

Other Student Organizations[edit]

  • Art Club
  • Symphonic and Jazz Bands
  • Choir
  • Debate Team
  • Mock Trial Team
  • Drama Club
  • Zephyr[2]
  • Spanish Club
  • Latin Club
  • Journalism
  • Yearbook
  • Chess Club
  • Christmas Club
  • Key Club
  • Math and Science Club
  • Mock Trial

Notable alumni[edit]

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ Consists of both the Symphonic and Jazz bands
  2. ^ School literary magazine
  3. ^ "Kheeston Randall". NFL Enterprises LLC. Retrieved October 9, 2013. 
  4. ^ http://pressclubofsoutheasttexas.org/2016-Excellence-in-the-Media-Awards-winners-list

External links[edit]