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Christopher L. Rebuck

President

Bishop Lynch High School

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Bishop Lynch High School

9750 Ferguson Rd.

Dallas, Texas,75228

United States

Company Description

Bishop Lynch High School is excited to announce that we are embarking on a campaign that will help us realize the elements of our master plan and vision for the future. To maintain the academic and spiritual commitment to excellence that is the hallmark of a...more

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Rebuck named new president at Bishop Lynch | The Texas Catholic

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Rebuck named new president at Bishop Lynch
Chris Rebuck will become Bishop Lynch High School's new president, effective July 1, 2015. The hire of Rebuck means that for the first time in 33 years a new president will lead the school. "First and foremost I'd like to thank Bishop Farrell for the opportunity that he's given me and the confidence that he has in me being the leader of our Catholic community here at Bishop Lynch High School," said Rebuck, who was given a standing ovation from students, faculty, staff and alumni. Rebuck, a native of Charleston, S.C., will replace outgoing president Ed Leyden, who announced his retirement at the beginning of the 2014-2015 school year. For the past seven years, Rebuck has been the school's Dean of Students. Prior to arriving at Bishop Lynch, he held the prinicpal's post at St. John Catholic School in Ennis. At 37, he becomes the youngest president of a Catholic high school in the Diocese of Dallas. Rebuck told those in attendance that while much has been accomplished at Bishop Lynch, more work is still to be done. "Bishop Lynch has made a mark on the Diocese of Dallas," Rebuck said.


Expansion project offers new opportunities | The Texas Catholic

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Bishop Lynch president Chris Rebuck said the new buildings and renovations have injected a sense of excitement not just among students and faculty, but alumni as well.
"I get a unique perspective because I'm on the road talking to alums a lot," Rebuck said. "They can't believe how far their school has come. For the kids, it's like Christmas every year for them because they get to see something new." Rebuck said the architecture of the campus is symbolic in that the new entrance will now face west and feature the downtown Dallas skyline, a gesture he said was meant to symbolize the school's commitment to its East Dallas community and engender a sense of leadership and responsibility among the student body. Rebuck said the real game-changer for the school, however, will likely come with the introduction of four small and one large TEAL labs. The interactive learning spaces, based on models created by three physics professors at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, are intended to place a greater emphasis on collaborative learning through the use of new technologies. The four smaller spaces will hold up to 24 students, while the large lab can handle 50 kids. "This is going to be a space where students will be allowed to take on the curriculum in a way that is unique," Rebuck said. Rebuck said he anticipates classes that will feature cross-discipline assignments.


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