Published at 2:49 a.m. on September 3, 2013
The Father McGivney Catholic High School in Maryville has almost tripled it's student enrollment, in only its second year of operation. The school occupies a portion of the existing St. John Neumann Catholic Elementary School, and started last year with a freshman class of 19 students. This year, they have a total of 51 students. Here, students are shown in an "early bird" art class taught by Art Teacher Mary Campbell, who also teaches at SS. Peter & Paul in Collinsville, and at St. John Neumann School. The students come in about an hour before the normal start of school for the art class. They are studying perspective and modeling.
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