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Changes At St. Mary's Central High School

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Seventh and eighth grade students who attend Bismarck Catholic Schools will move to the high school next year.

Right now seventh and eighth grade students attend the elementary schools, because there is no middle school.

Just like the Bismarck Public Schools, more students are attending the catholic elementary schools also.

"Much like the community we are growing also and we are going to move them this coming fall, they will start their seventh and eighth grade year up here at the high school," Cori Hilzendeger said.

The move won't be permanent, but it needs to be done temporarily to make room in the elementary schools.

"We know we need to build, we just don't know what we need to build yet, do we need a high school, a middle school, maybe another k-8 and so to alleviate the increased enrollments right now we're going to move them up here temporarily," Hilzendeger said.

An open house is being held tonight from 6:15 to 7:45 at Saint Mary's High School.

Parents are welcome to attend the open house and learn more about the transition.

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