CHICAGO (CBS) — Faced with falling enrollment and declining revenue, two Chicago Catholic schools will not open this fall, the archdiocese said Thursday.

St. Florian School, 13110 South Baltimore in Hegewisch, and Notre Dame High School for Girls, 3115 N. Mason on the Northwest Side, will close sometime around July 1.

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Enrollment to date for the next school year at St. Florian School was 49 students and enrollment for the next school year at Notre Dame High School for Girls was 31 students.

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“The Archdiocese is working with affected families to find alternative ways for their children to continue their Catholic education,” the archdiocese said in a statement.

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The Archdiocese of Chicago Catholic Schools serves more than 79,000 students in 229 schools in Cook and Lake Counties.