Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Update on Former Catholic School Buildings

Channel 13 News has aired a story reporting on the status of several of the buildings formerly occupied by the 13 Catholic schools closed by Bishop Clark last June. According to Channel 13,

  • The Good Shepherd building now hosts about 90 kindergartners from the Rush-Henrietta School District. They will be there until an addition to the Leary School is completed.
  • The former St. Monica building is now the Rochester Academy Charter School, with about 165 students in grades 7 through 12.
  • The Holy Family School On Jay Street is for sale.
  • Holy Trinity School in Webster is leasing some classrooms.
  • St. Boniface hopes to open next year as a prep school.
  • Holy Cross in Charlotte is hanging on to its school, hoping someday it can open as a Catholic school again.

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