PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Vincentian Academy Parents registered as an official association this week.
According to a press release, the Vincentian Academy Education Association formed with plans to soon to be recognized as a non-profit.READ MORE: KDKA-TV Program Alert: Continuing Coverage Of Bridge Collapse
The newly formed association is working to attempt to secure a space to continue the Catholic school in the North Hills.
The association will begin a fundraising campaign on Sunday with the goal of securing enough donations for the current students to finish high school at Vincentian Academy.
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“We are thrilled with the significant steps that friends of the Vincentian Academy family have made in just a few short weeks. With the help of generous people and the assistance of many gifted and talented friends, we see a very bright future for this beloved school. Vincentian Academy is a truly special place, one that provides a positive atmosphere for our young people to succeed academically in a faith-based environment.,” said Anita Brak, VAEA Spokesperson.
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