An uncertain future for St. Agnes High School in St. Paul has been transformed into the bedrock of a better tomorrow, school and archdiocese officials said this afternoon.
In the 19 days since school officials told their community that the future of the high school was in doubt because of mounting debt and declining enrollment, the school has raised more than $3 million and added 67 new students.
To the raucous cheers and screams of a packed gymnasium, the Rev. John Ubel said St. Agnes' future is secure for next year and "hopefully many, many more." StarTribune
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