St. Anthony School in downtown Greenville has been the Catholic Church’s mission to increasing the graduation rate of African Americans since 1943. The Sisters of St. Francis of the Neumann Communities have led the school since its inception and strive to instill life-long learning, leadership and service in each student. Read more at 1063word.radio.com.

Photo caption:  Sister Catherine Noecker, second from left, served as principal of St. Anthony School from 1989-2015.