Former principal and president of St. Hubert, Joanne Walls is now back with the Bambies.
— With their school's future assured, St. Hubert students push for tuition aid from the taxpayers.
— Call it a blessing from the higher-ups at the archdiocese and from donors: St. Hubert High School is staying alive.
St. Hubert High School has formally appealed its ordered shutdown in June. Now it’s up to the archdiocese to decide if a reprieve for the institution is warranted.
Sister Mary E. Smith, principal Regina Craig and advisory board member Marie Gallagher prepared to formally appeal the archdiocesan decision to close the high school in June.
The girls at St. Hubert High School and their supporters aren’t about to let their beloved school close down without a fight. They’re raising funds as they appeal to the archdiocese.
For St. Hubert students, word that their school will close forever in five months spurs tears and much uncertainty.