Catholic high school planned in southern Illinois

Aug. 29, 2008
Diocese of Springfield will build $10 million campus south of Edwardsville

The Catholic Diocese of Springfield, Ill., is planning to build a new high school for the first time in 60 years. The Father McGivney Catholic High School is scheduled open in the fall of 2011 and cost an estimated $10 million to build. It would be situated south of Edwardsville, near the villages of Marysville and Glen Carbon. The school is scheduled to open with freshmen and sophomores and will add a class in each year to have all four classes by 2013. An architect has not yet been chosen.

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