The Board of Trustees at DeSales High School in Geneva has announced the school will close because of declining enrollment and the lack of needed money to keep the school operating.
The board said the decision was made at a meeting on Tuesday. Board Chairman Peter Cheney says the school tried many different ways to draw new students and additional resources, but the efforts fell short.
The school first opened in 1912 and it moved into its current location in 1930. Since that time more than 5,000 men and women have graduated from the school.