14 Catholic schools in Washington, D.C., area warn they could close

Nov. 24, 2009
Declining enrollment is making schools too costly
From The Washington Post: Pastors at 14 Catholic churches in the Washington, D.C., Archdiocese have warned that their schools could close or be reconfigured if enrollments continue to decline. The schools are split evenly between the District of Columbia and B, and all serve students in kindergarten through eighth grade.

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