quote:you obviously don't know much about Holy Cross, and think very highly of BM. HC has been around since the 1870's, I would think being a legacy there means a bit more than at BM, which has been around in its current state, for 90 years less than HC
Also, I think the idea of being a legacy at those schools don't matter as much as they do with BM and Jes
Also, I think the idea of being a legacy at those schools don't matter as much as they do with BM and Jes.
I know more about the schools enrollment than you do
quote:which has very little to do with HC
I have family that works for the Archdiocese though.
quote:CSB, I have intimate knowledge of HC's enrollment figures, more so than any teachers at some other random Archdiocese schools would know about
I also have friends that teach/coach at a couple Archdiocese schools whom I talk to all the time about their schools
quote:doesn't change the fact that you really don't know what you are talking about in regards to Holy Cross
I'm not just reading NOLA articles and commenting.
Rummel and Shaw, and probably HC too, also are struggling because they cater to a lot of middle class working families and there aren't many rich alumni giving back. Also, I think the idea of being a legacy at those schools don't matter as much as they do with BM and Jes. Plenty of Shaw and Rummel grads would send their kids to other schools, especially the charters, without thinking too much about it.