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COVID-19: Altering the Status Quo
Catholic schools and parishes across the country are moving forward during this challenging time and forging a new vision for the future. We are in an ideal position to collect your questions and assemble some excellent examples of how others are successfully approaching the situation. Check out our latest series, COVID-19: Altering the Status Quo.
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For nearly half a century, local Catholic communities like yours have turned to Meitler to help guide them through challenging transformations. Our team of industry-leading experts consistently delivers innovative, data-driven plans that hit the mark.
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Saint Jeanne de Lestonnac School
Responding to a need and call for a Catholic high school in the Diocese of San Bernardino, the Sisters of the Company of Mary of Saint Jeanne de Lestonnac Catholic School in Temecula, California engaged Meitler to conduct a new school feasibility study. The study consisted of a data and enrollment potential study and financial analysis on the cost to plan, construct, open and initially operated a new high school. St. Jeanne de Lestonnac Catholic High School opened for the 2018-19 school year with 34 students. Initial projections and registrations indicate enrollment will double for 2019-20. Planned enrollment goal is 400 students.