Trinity Catholic hosts open house following decision to close the school

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Students at Trinity Catholic High School got to look at their options for next year following last week's news that the school is closing.

An open house was held Wednesday for students looking for a new Catholic school to go to next year.

The students News 12 Connecticut spoke with say finding a new school is challenging and they are looking at all opportunities, including non-Catholic schools.

MORE: Trinity Catholic High School in Stamford to close after school year

The decision is also complicated for students who want to continue in sports.

"It will take adjusting, but there are some other players at my school that also are going to have to go to another school because they're underclassmen. We're trying to stick together so that we still have some kind of chemistry," said junior Andrew Saint-Louis.

 

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