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Shoshanna Coalson is among 26 students remaining at St. Scholastica Academy. Although the school has officially closed it's doors, a bare bones staff continues to offer a Senior Academy for their final graduating class. The extension program helps seniors avoid a schools transfer in their final year and a continuation of the school's International Baccalaureate program, a collection of classes not offered at neighboring schools. August 27, 2012 l Brian J. Morowczynski~ViaPhotos...For use in a single edition of Catholic New World Publications, Archdiocese of Chicago. Further use and/or distribution may be negotiated separately. Contact ViaPhotos at 708-602-0449 or email brian@viaphotos.com.

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Shoshanna Coalson is among 26 students remaining at St. Scholastica Academy. Although the school has officially closed it's doors, a bare bones staff continues to offer a Senior Academy for their final graduating class. The extension program helps seniors avoid a schools transfer in their final year and a continuation of the school's International Baccalaureate program, a collection of classes not offered at neighboring schools. August 27, 2012 l Brian J. Morowczynski~ViaPhotos...For use in a single edition of Catholic New World Publications, Archdiocese of Chicago. Further use and/or distribution may be negotiated separately. Contact ViaPhotos at 708-602-0449 or email brian@viaphotos.com.