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Changing Landscape of a Catholic School - 14 Feb 2013 
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May 02, 2013 
A student at Leo Catholic High School is seen in a classroom in Chicago, Illinois February 14, 2013.... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
A student at Leo Catholic High School is seen in a classroom in Chicago, Illinois 
A student at Leo Catholic High School is seen in a classroom in Chicago, Illinois February 14, 2013. In places like Chicago's Leo Catholic boys' high school, student numbers have plummeted from 1,200 students in the 1950s to around 150 this year. This decline has implications for schools throughout the nation, say Catholic school supporters. According to the National Catholic Education Association, the 2 million U.S. students they serve save the nation approximately $21 billion a year in public school costs. Photo taken February 14. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION EDUCATION) 
USA-EDUCATION/CATHOLIC
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May 02, 2013 
Student athletes at Leo Catholic High School stretch in the hallway as they train for the track and field... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
Student athletes at Leo Catholic High School stretch in the hallway as they train for the track and field... 
Student athletes at Leo Catholic High School stretch in the hallway as they train for the track and field team at the school in Chicago, Illinois February 14, 2013. In places like Chicago's Leo Catholic boys' high school, student numbers have plummeted from 1,200 students in the 1950s to around 150 this year. This decline has implications for schools throughout the nation, say Catholic school supporters. According to the National Catholic Education Association, the 2 million U.S. students they serve save the nation approximately $21 billion a year in public school costs. Photo taken February 14. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION EDUCATION) 
USA-EDUCATION/CATHOLIC
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May 02, 2013 
Leo Catholic High School president Dan McGrath walks through the hallways at the school in Chicago, Illinois... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
Leo Catholic High School president Dan McGrath walks through the hallways at the school in Chicago, Illinois... 
Leo Catholic High School president Dan McGrath walks through the hallways at the school in Chicago, Illinois February 14, 2013. In places like Chicago's Leo Catholic boys' high school, student numbers have plummeted from 1,200 students in the 1950s to around 150 this year. This decline has implications for schools throughout the nation, say Catholic school supporters. According to the National Catholic Education Association, the 2 million U.S. students they serve save the nation approximately $21 billion a year in public school costs. Photo taken February 14. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION EDUCATION) 
USA-EDUCATION/CATHOLIC
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May 02, 2013 
A sign for Leo Catholic High School is seen in a parking lot across from the school in Chicago, Illinois... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
A sign for Leo Catholic High School is seen in a parking lot across from the school in Chicago, Illinois... 
A sign for Leo Catholic High School is seen in a parking lot across from the school in Chicago, Illinois February 14, 2013. In places like Chicago's Leo Catholic boys' high school, student numbers have plummeted from 1,200 students in the 1950s to around 150 this year. This decline has implications for schools throughout the nation, say Catholic school supporters. According to the National Catholic Education Association, the 2 million U.S. students they serve save the nation approximately $21 billion a year in public school costs. Photo taken February 14. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION EDUCATION) 
USA-EDUCATION/CATHOLIC
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May 02, 2013 
A worker at Leo Catholic High School is silhouetted against the stained glass windows at the school in... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
A worker at Leo Catholic High School is silhouetted against the stained glass windows at the school in... 
A worker at Leo Catholic High School is silhouetted against the stained glass windows at the school in Chicago, Illinois February 14, 2013. In places like Chicago's Leo Catholic boys' high school, student numbers have plummeted from 1,200 students in the 1950s to around 150 this year. This decline has implications for schools throughout the nation, say Catholic school supporters. According to the National Catholic Education Association, the 2 million U.S. students they serve save the nation approximately $21 billion a year in public school costs. Photo taken February 14. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION EDUCATION) 
USA-EDUCATION/CATHOLIC
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May 02, 2013 
A student at Leo Catholic High School sits in the hallway as he looks through a text book in Chicago,... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
A student at Leo Catholic High School sits in the hallway as he looks through a text book in Chicago,... 
A student at Leo Catholic High School sits in the hallway as he looks through a text book in Chicago, Illinois February 14, 2013. In places like Chicago's Leo Catholic boys' high school, student numbers have plummeted from 1,200 students in the 1950s to around 150 this year. This decline has implications for schools throughout the nation, say Catholic school supporters. According to the National Catholic Education Association, the 2 million U.S. students they serve save the nation approximately $21 billion a year in public school costs. Photo taken February 14. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION EDUCATION) 
USA-EDUCATION/CATHOLIC.
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May 02, 2013 
A worker walks through the reception area at Leo Catholic High School in Chicago, Illinois February 14,... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
A worker walks through the reception area at Leo Catholic High School in Chicago, Illinois 
A worker walks through the reception area at Leo Catholic High School in Chicago, Illinois February 14, 2013. In places like Chicago's Leo Catholic boys' high school, student numbers have plummeted from 1,200 students in the 1950s to around 150 this year. This decline has implications for schools throughout the nation, say Catholic school supporters. According to the National Catholic Education Association, the 2 million U.S. students they serve save the nation approximately $21 billion a year in public school costs. Photo taken February 14. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION EDUCATION) 
USA-EDUCATION/CATHOLIC
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May 02, 2013 
Velma Smith sings with one of the students in the library at Leo Catholic High School in Chicago, Illinois... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
Velma Smith sings with one of the students in the library at Leo Catholic High School in Chicago, Illinois... 
Velma Smith sings with one of the students in the library at Leo Catholic High School in Chicago, Illinois February 14, 2013. In places like Chicago's Leo Catholic boys' high school, student numbers have plummeted from 1,200 students in the 1950s to around 150 this year. This decline has implications for schools throughout the nation, say Catholic school supporters. According to the National Catholic Education Association, the 2 million U.S. students they serve save the nation approximately $21 billion a year in public school costs. Photo taken February 14. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION EDUCATION) 
USA-EDUCATION/CATHOLIC
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May 02, 2013 
A heart-shaped wreath is seen wrapped around an open Bible in the library at Leo Catholic High School... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
A heart-shaped wreath is seen wrapped around an open Bible in the library at Leo Catholic High School... 
A heart-shaped wreath is seen wrapped around an open Bible in the library at Leo Catholic High School in Chicago, Illinois February 14, 2013. In places like Chicago's Leo Catholic boys' high school, student numbers have plummeted from 1,200 students in the 1950s to around 150 this year. This decline has implications for schools throughout the nation, say Catholic school supporters. According to the National Catholic Education Association, the 2 million U.S. students they serve save the nation approximately $21 billion a year in public school costs. Photo taken February 14. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION EDUCATION) 
USA-EDUCATION/CATHOLIC
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May 02, 2013 
Leo Catholic High School teacher Bob Schablaske teaches a social studies class in Chicago, Illinois February... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
Leo Catholic High School teacher Bob Schablaske teaches a social studies class in Chicago, Illinois 
Leo Catholic High School teacher Bob Schablaske teaches a social studies class in Chicago, Illinois February 14, 2013. In places like Chicago's Leo Catholic boys' high school, student numbers have plummeted from 1,200 students in the 1950s to around 150 this year. This decline has implications for schools throughout the nation, say Catholic school supporters. According to the National Catholic Education Association, the 2 million U.S. students they serve save the nation approximately $21 billion a year in public school costs. Photo taken February 14. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION EDUCATION) 
USA-EDUCATION/CATHOLIC
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May 02, 2013 
Students play chess in the cafeteria at Leo Catholic High School in Chicago, Illinois February 14, 2013.... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
Students play chess in the cafeteria at Leo Catholic High School in Chicago, Illinois 
Students play chess in the cafeteria at Leo Catholic High School in Chicago, Illinois February 14, 2013. They are (L-R) Sergio Jacquez, Brian Fogery, and Dexter Dale. In places like Chicago's Leo Catholic boys' high school, student numbers have plummeted from 1,200 students in the 1950s to around 150 this year. This decline has implications for schools throughout the nation, say Catholic school supporters. According to the National Catholic Education Association, the 2 million U.S. students they serve save the nation approximately $21 billion a year in public school costs. Photo taken February 14. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION EDUCATION) 
USA-EDUCATION/CATHOLIC
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May 02, 2013 
A student take a test in the hallway outside the classroom at Leo Catholic High School in Chicago, Illinois... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
A student take a test in the hallway outside the classroom at Leo Catholic High School in Chicago, Illinois... 
A student take a test in the hallway outside the classroom at Leo Catholic High School in Chicago, Illinois February 14, 2013. In places like Chicago's Leo Catholic boys' high school, student numbers have plummeted from 1,200 students in the 1950s to around 150 this year. This decline has implications for schools throughout the nation, say Catholic school supporters. According to the National Catholic Education Association, the 2 million U.S. students they serve save the nation approximately $21 billion a year in public school costs. Photo taken February 14. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION EDUCATION) 
USA-EDUCATION/CATHOLIC
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May 02, 2013 
Student Justin Branch carries a Valentine's Day card through the stairwell at Leo Catholic High School... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
Student Justin Branch carries a Valentine's Day card through the stairwell at Leo Catholic High School... 
Student Justin Branch carries a Valentine's Day card through the stairwell at Leo Catholic High School for a student who was shot and is in rehabilitation in Chicago, Illinois February 14, 2013. In places like Chicago's Leo Catholic boys' high school, student numbers have plummeted from 1,200 students in the 1950s to around 150 this year. This decline has implications for schools throughout the nation, say Catholic school supporters. According to the National Catholic Education Association, the 2 million U.S. students they serve save the nation approximately $21 billion a year in public school costs. Photo taken February 14. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION EDUCATION) 
USA-EDUCATION/CATHOLIC
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May 02, 2013 
Student athletes at Leo Catholic High School stretch in the hallway for the track and field team at the... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
Student athletes at Leo Catholic High School stretch in the hallway for the track and field team at the... 
Student athletes at Leo Catholic High School stretch in the hallway for the track and field team at the school in Chicago, Illinois February 14, 2013. In places like Chicago's Leo Catholic boys' high school, student numbers have plummeted from 1,200 students in the 1950s to around 150 this year. This decline has implications for schools throughout the nation, say Catholic school supporters. According to the National Catholic Education Association, the 2 million U.S. students they serve save the nation approximately $21 billion a year in public school costs. Photo taken February 14. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION EDUCATION) 
USA-EDUCATION/CATHOLIC
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May 02, 2013 
A student at Leo Catholic High School trains for the track and field team in the hallway at the school... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
A student at Leo Catholic High School jumps over a hurdle in the hallways as he trains for the track... 
A student at Leo Catholic High School trains for the track and field team in the hallway at the school in Chicago, Illinois February 14, 2013. In places like Chicago's Leo Catholic boys' high school, student numbers have plummeted from 1,200 students in the 1950s to around 150 this year. This decline has implications for schools throughout the nation, say Catholic school supporters. According to the National Catholic Education Association, the 2 million U.S. students they serve save the nation approximately $21 billion a year in public school costs. Photo taken February 14. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION EDUCATION) 
USA-EDUCATION/CATHOLIC
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May 02, 2013 
A student at Leo Catholic High School jumps over a hurdle in the hallways as he trains for the track... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
A student at Leo Catholic High School jumps over a hurdle in the hallways as he trains for the track... 
A student at Leo Catholic High School jumps over a hurdle in the hallways as he trains for the track and field team at the school in Chicago, Illinois February 14, 2013. The team is the current Class A State Champions in Track and Field despite not having an outdoor track to train. In places like Chicago's Leo Catholic boys' high school, student numbers have plummeted from 1,200 students in the 1950s to around 150 this year. This decline has implications for schools throughout the nation, say Catholic school supporters. According to the National Catholic Education Association, the 2 million U.S. students they serve save the nation approximately $21 billion a year in public school costs. Photo taken February 14. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION EDUCATION) 
USA-EDUCATION/CATHOLIC
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May 02, 2013 
A student at Leo Catholic High School is seen in the gymnasium in Chicago, Illinois February 14, 2013.... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
A student at Leo Catholic High School is seen in the gymnasium in Chicago, Illinois 
A student at Leo Catholic High School is seen in the gymnasium in Chicago, Illinois February 14, 2013. In places like Chicago's Leo Catholic boys' high school, student numbers have plummeted from 1,200 students in the 1950s to around 150 this year. This decline has implications for schools throughout the nation, say Catholic school supporters. According to the National Catholic Education Association, the 2 million U.S. students they serve save the nation approximately $21 billion a year in public school costs. Photo taken February 14. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION EDUCATION) 
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May 02, 2013 
Students at Leo Catholic High School walk down the hallway together at the end of the day at the school... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
Students at Leo Catholic High School walk down the hallway together at the end of the day at the school... 
Students at Leo Catholic High School walk down the hallway together at the end of the day at the school in Chicago, Illinois February 14, 2013. In places like Chicago's Leo Catholic boys' high school, student numbers have plummeted from 1,200 students in the 1950s to around 150 this year. This decline has implications for schools throughout the nation, say Catholic school supporters. According to the National Catholic Education Association, the 2 million U.S. students they serve save the nation approximately $21 billion a year in public school costs. Photo taken February 14. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION EDUCATION) 
USA-EDUCATION/CATHOLIC
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May 02, 2013 
A worker at Leo Catholic High School prepares to lock one of the doors beneath a photo of U.S. President... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
A worker at Leo Catholic High School prepares to lock one of the doors beneath a photo of U.S. President... 
A worker at Leo Catholic High School prepares to lock one of the doors beneath a photo of U.S. President Barack Obama at the school in Chicago, Illinois February 14, 2013. In places like Chicago's Leo Catholic boys' high school, student numbers have plummeted from 1,200 students in the 1950s to around 150 this year. This decline has implications for schools throughout the nation, say Catholic school supporters. According to the National Catholic Education Association, the 2 million U.S. students they serve save the nation approximately $21 billion a year in public school costs. Photo taken February 14. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION EDUCATION) 
USA-EDUCATION/CATHOLIC
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May 02, 2013 
A detail photo of a door knob at Leo Catholic High School is seen in Chicago, Illinois February 14, 2013.... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
A detail photo of a door knob at Leo Catholic High School is seen in Chicago, Illinois 
A detail photo of a door knob at Leo Catholic High School is seen in Chicago, Illinois February 14, 2013. In places like Chicago's Leo Catholic boys' high school, student numbers have plummeted from 1,200 students in the 1950s to around 150 this year. This decline has implications for schools throughout the nation, say Catholic school supporters. According to the National Catholic Education Association, the 2 million U.S. students they serve save the nation approximately $21 billion a year in public school costs. Photo taken February 14. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION EDUCATION) 
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