Baltimore school claims old facility as new home

May 11, 2009
Building that will house Mother Seton Academy hasn't been used as a school since the early 1970s

From The Baltimore Sun: Nearly four decades after the last pupil at what was then St. Ann's School closed a composition notebook, the three-story building in East Baltimore is being readied to accept a new school. Donors have given $7 million to renovate the building to accommodate Mother Seton Academy, a 15-year-old school now housed in a convent in the Fells Point neighborhood. The school will move in July, and students will arrive Aug. 24.

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