Catholic School Survival

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New York Times

Aug 20, 12:00 AM

To Survive, a Catholic School Retools for a Wealthier Market

Catholic schools have been bleeding enrollment and money for years, and many have been forced to close. But some, like St. Stephen of Hungary, on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, have found a way to thrive — attracting a more affluent clientele by offering services and classes more commonly found in expensive private schools.

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