Bishop Miege is nestled within a tree-lined, residential neighborhood of Roeland Park, Kansas. The school grounds are adjacent to the Shawnee Indian Mission historic site. Campus is centrally located in the Kansas City metro, just minutes from the Country Club Plaza.
The Kincaid Media Center
Within the last 10 years, Miege has undergone an impressive makeover, with additional classrooms, a beautifully renovated chapel, computer and science labs, the 12,400-square-foot Kincaid Media Center and a new stadium.
In an area large enough to house a space shuttle, students and teachers can access a collection of more than 16,000 volumes and a computer workstation equipped with 32 computers connected to high-speed Internet access. Students and staff use such integrated research tools as the library’s card catalog, online journal articles and searchable databases, including full-text periodicals, which can also be accessed from home with passwords.
Every classrooms is equipped with state-of-the-art technology in the form of SMART boards. These multimedia devices look like dry erase board but allow teachers to open video and Web sites, save their hand-written notes and even record their lectures.
St. Angela Merici Chapel
The St. Angela Merici Chapel at Bishop Miege High School draws generously from the great tradition of our faith. It is aesthetically pleasing, accessible, and appealing to the developing faith lives of Miege students.
The renovated chapel was dedicated on May 5, 2004, in a ceremony led by Archbishop James Keleher. The renovation sought to embody the liturgical reforms and vision of the Second Vatican Council and to draw upon the beauty and importance the Church has always lauded in sacred art.
In the Apostolic Letter Spiritus et Sponsa, December 4, 2003, Pope John Paul II writes, “Sacred art was another fruitful topic addressed by the conciliar Constitution. It gave rise to many developments. The council gives clear instructions to continue to leave considerable room for it in our day too, so that the splendour of worship will shine out through the fittingness and beauty of liturgical art. At the root of these guidelines is a vision of art, and sacred art in particular, that relates it to the infinite beauty of God in works made by human hands.”
Dixon Doll Stadium and North Campus
The school's ambitious renovation plan of the athletic facilities — The Future of Miege Athletics — which will take advantage of the North Campus and provide premier accommodations to serve the students of Miege for years to come. The North Campus, meanwhile, provides practice fields and gym and classroom space for multiple activities.