Parents, teachers plead for BK school to stay open

Parents, teachers and students are putting in a last ditch effort to save a Brooklyn middle school from closure.

Brooklyn Jesuit Prep School serves 102 low income

Brooklyn Jesuit Prep School serves 102 low income students in Crown Heights. (Credit: News 12)

CROWN HEIGHTS - Parents, teachers and students are putting in a last ditch effort to save a Brooklyn middle school from closure.

Brooklyn Jesuit Prep School serves 102 low income students in Crown Heights with a tuition of $75 per month.

The school's board of trustees is expected to decide on the closure this weekend.


Parents have raised $20,000 and are planning to continue until the school is saved.

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