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Columbus area considered for new Catholic high school

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The Columbus-Seymour area is being considered as a potential site for a new Catholic high school.

The Archdiocese of Indianapolis, which oversees 137 parishes and 71 schools, is working with 13 parishes south of the city, including St. Bartholomew, to decide whether another Catholic high school is needed south of Indianapolis.

The archdiocese is studying the feasibility of building one in south-central Indiana and has identified four potential locations. Besides the Columbus-Seymour area, it is also looking at the Center Grove area, near Greenwood; Whiteland, along Whiteland Road between State Road 37 and Interstate 65; and the Bloomington area.

For more on this story, see Thursday's Republic.

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