St. Bernard's High School, in St. Paul, will be closing its doors after the end of the school year, due to financial troubles.
School officials are trying everything to raise money to keep the school open. "We're working all angles," Director of Development and Alumni Relations Michelle Ponsolle said, according to the Pioneer Press.
The school is reaching out to alumni, businesses and people of high standing in the community, according to the Pioneer Press.
Past alumni have expressed how much the school means to them like Steven Broszko, who is now a student at the University of St. Thomas, according to the Star Tribune
"I'm proud to represent St. Bernard's at St. Thomas," Broszko said. "You never know. The right person just might come forward and decide 'I want to save a school today,'" according to the Star Tribune.
St. Bernard's total debt has reached $4 million, and there is no promise of a strong Catholic population to keep the school going, said a spokesman for the Twin Cities Archdiocese, according to the Pioneer Press.