WINDSOR TERRACE - Students and parents rallied Monday in an effort to save Bishop Ford High School after officials announced it would close in June.

Parents say they were not given enough notice to find other schools for their children and that they would like to see the school remain open.

Bishop Ford’s board of directors claims declining enrollment and a lack of revenue were the main reasons for the decision to close.

The school’s principal held a meeting at the school Monday night to address their concerns.