Maria's final class graduating
May 18, 2013 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- It's graduation day for the last class of a 101-year-old high school on Chicago's Southwest Side.
Maria High School is closing because of low enrollment.
The non-profit "catalyst school" is converting the all-girl catholic high school into a co-ed, public charter school.
This fall, the entire school becomes Catalyst-Maria.
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