This article offers background information on U.S. trends in Catholic school enrollment from 1965 through the present, and presents a case study of one school that is attempting to address issues of enrollment, identity, effectiveness, and the elusive but critical essence of making a difference in the lies of students. The importance of leadership, mission, and a sense of community are reconfirmed as essential elements to the future success of Catholic schools in the United States.
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Owens, R. F. (2005). Urban Revitalization: A Case Study of One Catholic Elementary School’s Journey. Journal of Catholic Education, 9 (1). Retrieved from http://digitalcommons.lmu.edu/ce/vol9/iss1/12