Catholic proposal focus of forum



A strong Catholic identity. Strong academics. Service learning opportunities.

Those are just a few of the qualities that parents and parishioners want if the Archdiocese of Indianapolis decides to build a new Catholic high school in the Columbus-Seymour area.

The archdiocese, which oversees 137 parishes and 71 schools, is studying the feasibility of locating a new high school in south-central Indiana.

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