BKHS Annual Report 2021-22

Dear BK friends,

I am proud to share this first annual report with you as we highlight the 2021-22 school year and our commitment to a sustainable business model that fulfills our current needs, while allowing us to plan and grow to meet future demands. It is a rewarding part of my job to meet with many of our “Crusaders beyond Kingman,” and I am delighted this year's annual report shares some of their stories with the greater Bishop Kenny community. Join me in thanking these individuals for their generosity and the vision that provided for the new and newly renovated classrooms this year’s students are enjoying.  Pope Francis reminds us, “there is a spark of divine light within each of us.” The students, alumni, and friends of BK profiled have fanned those sparks into bright fires and are lighting a path into the future for Bishop Kenny.   

Our plans for the future are ambitious, and your passion in supporting new projects is exciting.  In order to build the BK of tomorrow, the faithful generosity of our community is more important than ever. Tuition alone does not cover the cost of operating our school, expanding our offerings, and keeping Bishop Kenny accessible to the many families that need help providing a Catholic education to their children.  I am immensely thankful for the many people that walk beside us as we tackle these goals.  If you have never given to the school, I hope these pages will inspire you to join them.

I thank each of you for being a part of our 70-year-strong Catholic mission. My father’s letterman jacket hanging in my office is not only a reminder of his time at Kenny, but also a reminder that I am part of his legacy in this community. I look forward to rising to the challenge of helping build BK’s legacy, and as always…

Go Crusaders! 

Vincent F. Saladino ‘95, M.Ed., MBA
Vice Principal of Institutional Advancement