Confirmed victory

Saint Hubert was first opened in 1941. Today, it is Philadelphia’s number one largest Catholic high school for girls. With over 800 current students and an extremely strong 30,000 alumnae, the school is far from just a building, it is a beloved tradition and second home to us. 

The reason we were told that our beloved school was going to be shut down was because of low enrollment and financial issues. The whole idea didn’t make any sense to anyone. There are plenty of current students that walk the halls of the school, and more than enough alumnae to keep this tradition going. If the archdiocese really goes through with it and closes Saint Hubert’s, a piece of everyone, a piece of our community, and a huge part of our lives will be lost. I truly hope that our efforts continue to keep Saint Hubert open, for the simple fact that I want every girl possible to experience the amazing things that myself and all alumnae did.

 

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Letter to
Archdiocese of Philadelphia
Metro Paper
Philly News
and 18 others
Philly Mag
Test
Reverend Michael J. Fitzgerald
Reverend Charles J. Chaput
Mayor of Philadelphia Mayor Nutter
Pope Benedict XVI
172nd Legislative District Philadelphia County Kevin Boyle
Arch Bishop Charles Chaput
St Huberts Principal
Archdiocese of Philadelphia
Blue Ribbon Commisson Faith In The Future
Director of Religious Education Sister Kathleen Schipani
catholicphilly.com Catholic Philly
Mr. Steven Bozza
St Huberts Contact Us
St Huberts Admissions
St Huberts Academics
ABC News
I just signed the following petition addressed to: Archdiocese of Philadelphia.

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Re-Open Saint Hubert Catholic High School for Girls

Saint Hubert was first opened in 1941. Today, it is Philadelphia’s number one largest Catholic high school for girls. With over 800 current students and an extremely strong 30,000 alumnae, the school is far from just a building, it is a beloved tradition and second home to us.

The reason we were told that our beloved school was going to be shut down was because of low enrollment and financial issues. The whole idea didn’t make any sense to anyone. There are plenty of current students that walk the halls of the school, and more than enough alumnae to keep this tradition going.

If the archdiocese really goes through with it and closes Saint Hubert’s, a piece of everyone, a piece of our community, and a huge part of our lives will be lost. I truly hope that our efforts continue to keep Saint Hubert open, for the simple fact that I want every girl possible to experience the amazing things that myself and all alumnae did.


We kindly ask for your reconsideration
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Sincerely,