An All-Girls High School in Monmouth County? What Do You Think?
A local committee is looking to determine the need of a Catholic all-girls high school in Monmouth County.
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Since: Jun 09
#1 Sep 13, 2011
If they are able to sustain a high school, it shouldn't matter what the make up of the students are. High schools are extremely expensive to operate. But if this works, then all the more power to them.
#2 Sep 22, 2011
A private school should lessen the burden on local taxes. Should. In theory.
Is the issue people have with it being a new school, a Catholic school, or a girls school? I think people should be honest so they can be understood, or called out if they are making a BS statement.
Case in point: I have no objection to an all girls high school, but if you put it next to a boys' reform school, well, I might not put my daughter there...
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