EDUCATION + SCHOOLS
A new location for Judge Memorial Catholic High School? It could happen
SALT LAKE CITY — Judge Memorial Catholic High School and Our Lady of Lourdes may be moving to a new location.
The Diocese of Salt Lake City is looking into the possibility of selling the property of the schools, church and rectory, which are located at 650 S. 1100 East.
“As many of you know, the current aging facilities at Judge Memorial Catholic High School and Our Lady of Lourdes are inadequate and renovation efforts are cost prohibitive,” said Mark Longe, superintendent of schools, in a news release.
Is Judge Memorial moving to a new location?
Longe says this is being done in order to move the schools to a new state-of-the-art facility. The new location of the schools is on an open space at the St. Ann complex.
“A move of this magnitude would be contingent upon the value of the property and the success of Judge Memorial’s capital campaign,” Longe said in the news release.
Longe says fundraising and search for a potential buyer of the property will begin soon.
In August, Judge Memorial celebrated its 100th year anniversary.
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