While many Catholic schools are struggling to keep up enrollment, some urban schools in St. Louis are seeing an uptick, and it’s non-Catholic students who are bumping up these numbers. Many of these students are from low-income families who receive need-based assistance, and see the school as a “bright spot” in the neighborhood. This St. Louis Post Dispatch article focuses on Most Holy Trinity in Hyde Park, where there has been a 25 percent increase in enrollment over the past three years. The school cites accreditation, curriculum format and enrollment outreach as just a few of the reasons for the increase in numbers.
February 3, 2017 Uncategorized