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Teachers at several local Catholic schools say they're worried for their future after the archdiocese placed their schools on the "at-risk" list. The archdiocese says the schools on the list, which includes

News 12 Staff

May 22, 2014, 7:24 PM

Updated 3,682 days ago

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Teachers at several local Catholic schools say they're worried for their future after the archdiocese placed their schools on the "at-risk" list.
The archdiocese says the schools on the list, which includes five in Orange County, could potentially be shut down due to low admission rates.
The pastor at Sacred Heart, one of the "at-risk" schools, says he will be meeting with the archdiocese soon to go over how the school can be profitable and remain open.
Teachers say they're anxiously waiting to hear how the meeting goes.
5 Orange County Catholic schools make 'at-risk' list


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