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Rochester, MN (KROC AM News) - Rochester Lourdes High School staff and students will shift from a hybrid learning platform to full in-person classes beginning February 1.

The four other Catholic schools in the city are currently providing full in-person learning.

Rochester Catholic Schools has also announced a tuition freeze for the 2021-2022 school year “in recognition of the instability families have experienced over the last ten months.”

Director of RCS Admissions Monica Steinmetz released this statement:

“We understand the hardships many of our families are facing and are devoted to our mission of providing a quality, faith-filled education for all of our students. It is our goal and desire to partner with our families throughout the entire educational journey of their children from preschool through high school.”

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