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Boost buoys Catholic schools

At many sites, enrollment has stabilized or risen

The Dorchester site of the five-campus Pope John Paul II Catholic Academy will open following the renovation of St. Margaret School (left) and the completion of a gymnasium building (right). The academy also has a Mattapan campus. The Dorchester site of the five-campus Pope John Paul II Catholic Academy will open following the renovation of St. Margaret School (left) and the completion of a gymnasium building (right). The academy also has a Mattapan campus. (George Rizer/ Globe Staff)
By Michael Paulson
Globe Staff / September 2, 2008

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A pledged investment of money and brainpower into several struggling Catholic schools in Eastern Massachusetts has stabilized, and in some cases increased, student enrollment. (Full article: 1312 words)

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