St. John's Cathedral High School

St. John's Cathedral High School was a Roman Catholic high school in Milwaukee, Wisconsin associated with the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist which operated from 1842, when it was founded as a school for boys (in the basement of the church at what is now the northwest corner of Jackson and State Streets)[1] to 1976. When it closed due to financial problems and declining enrollment, it was the oldest Catholic high school in Milwaukee.[2][3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Fait, Thomas. "The Proto-Cathedral of Wisconsin: The history of the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist" on St. John's Cathedral website
  2. ^ Jaques, Damien. "On The Weekend" Milwaukee Journal May 14, 1976; Accent section, p. 1, col. 7
  3. ^ UPI "Old school to close doors" The Telegraph-Herald November 20, 1975; p. 24, col. 4

Coordinates: 43°02′32.5″N 87°54′14.5″W / 43.042361°N 87.904028°W / 43.042361; -87.904028