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NEW CATHOLIC HIGH PROPOSED
STUDENTS WOULD WORK TO PAY MOST OF THEIR TUITION
Detroit Free Press - Detroit, Mich.
Subjects: Students; Catholic schools; Secondary schools; Religious orders; Feasibility studies; Elementary schools; Catholic churches
Author: MONTEMURRI, PATRICIA
Date: Jan 30, 2006
Start Page: E.2
Section: NEWS
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The archdiocese shuttered seven Catholic elementary schools in Detroit, Hamtramck and Highland Park because of declining enrollments and skyrocketing debts. A feasibility study is under way, funded with a $50,000 grant from the Skillman Foundation, a $5,000 donation from the archdiocese and advisory work provided by members of the Monroe-based Immaculate Heart of Mary religious order and the Farmington Hills-based Sisters of Mercy of the Americas.

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