A Pine Bluff Catholic school could soon shut down if they don't find the $200,000 needed to stay open.
Teachers, families and students at St. Joseph Catholic High School are trying to raise funds and the size of the student body, as quickly as they can. On top of the funding, they need about 30 more students to enroll before April 30th.
"It's a struggling economy, it's a struggling town. We need as many good schools as possible. When you lose a private school you lose options for parents as to where they can send their kids," said Matthew Foss, a faculty member.
According to Foss, the school has had financial issues since they opened back in 2000, but have continued to offer AP courses and unique extracurricular activities for their students.
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