Baltimore has a history of schools opening and closing.
On Wednesday, the Archdiocese announced it was closing some schools in Baltimore.
Those schools include:
* St. Thomas Aquinas School in Hampden
* Seton Keough High School in southwest Baltimore
* John Paul Regional School in Woodlawn
In addition, St. Clement Mary Hofbauer in Rosedale will merge with St. Michael the Archangel School in Overlea. Students and faculty from Hofbauer will move into the St. Michael building.
But this isn't the first time schools in the city have closed.
In 2010, the Archdiocese of Baltimore announced it would close the following schools at the end of the school year:
* Ascension School, Halethorpe
* St. Bernardine Catholic School, Edmondson Village
* Fr. Charles Hall Catholic School (elementary and middle schools), West Baltimore
* St. Clare School, Essex
* Holy Family School, Randallstown
* St. Katharine School, Queen of Peace Cluster, East Baltimore
* Mother Mary Lange Catholic School, Northeast Baltimore
* Our Lady of Fatima School, East Baltimore
* St. Rose of Lima School, Brooklyn
* Sacred Heart of Mary School, Graceland Park
* Shrine of the Sacred Heart School, Mount Washington
* St. William of York School, Ten Hills
* The Cardinal Gibbons School, Morrell Park