BAYONNE – Last spring things didn’t look so good for the future of Marist High School.
The Marist Brothers announced they were no longer in a “financial position” to fund the Kennedy Boulevard high school and said it would close its doors at the end of the 2016-17 school year unless $1.5 million could be raised.
Students, family members, and the school community rallied to raise about $750,000 in about four weeks. Despite falling significantly short of its goal, the Marist Brothers agreed to remain open.
Now, nine months after the school seemed destined to close, the …read more
Source: NJ.com Hudson