NORTH ARLINGTON, N.J. -- Unless Queen of Peace High School can raise $1 million in a month, the 83-year-old school will be closing its door, officials said, according to a report on northjersey.com.
The school administration broke the news to the community at a meeting last Thursday, said the northjersey.com story.
"Queen of Peace High School is launching the Save QPHS Fund," said a posting on the district's website, according to the northjersey.com story. "We need your help to Save QPHS. The goal of this campaign is to raise $1 million by June 30, 2016."
According to the site, donations are refundable if the campaign is unsuccessful, northjersey.com reported.
An archdiocese spokesperson declined to say if the school would remain open if the goal is reached, according to the northjersey.com story.
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