CHICAGO | A member of the school board for St. Florian’s Catholic School said Wednesday that Chicago Archdiocese officials were sympathetic toward a plan by Hegewisch neighborhood residents who want the school to remain open.
With college early decisions coming out soon, many high school students begin to make the greatest decision yet — which university to spend their next four years at.
NEW YORK | The seven Big East schools that don't play FBS football are considering making a break from the drastically reshaped conference — and how best to go about doing it.
It seems like whenever I see our Catholic leadership in the news, I'm reminded of the distinction St. Augustine made between the City of Man and the City of God.
For decades, Indiana's school-choice programs have helped send Hoosier students to the colleges of their choice and provided school books and bus transportation for children in private schools. Never before have programs like these been challenged on constitutional grounds. Until now.
EAST CHICAGO | St. Mary Catholic School on the city's north side remains closed pending a plan from the church to repair the building's crumbling upper floors.
HOBART | To secure its future, St. Bridget School in Hobart has radically changed its format.
INDIANAPOLIS | Public school districts must continue providing transportation to private school students, but are not obligated to incur extra expense doing so.
HAMMOND | Bishop Noll Institute is adding bus service to serve south-county students.
I read Gabriella Soto's attack against Catholic education in Sunday's letters section. It is not the first and will not be the last.
CHESTERTON | LaPorte County prosecutors may dismiss a misdemeanor battery charge against Lee Ann Cosh, the principal of St. Patrick's School in Chesterton, if she complies with whatever psychiatric treatment is ordered.
CRETE | Two south suburban Catholic schools are consolidating for next school year, and officials decided a new name would give the school a more contemporary identity.
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