New Pittsburgh Private School offers Student Jobs to offset tuition

Max Radwin:

A new Catholic high school opening this fall in Emsworth will provide jobs to students to help them pay their tuition and gain work experience.
 Holy Family Academy will open its doors to about 70 students Aug. 18, with plans to use its work-study program to give students something substantial to put on their resumes that also helps pay more than half of their Catholic school tuition.
 The new high school will be on Ohio River Boulevard in a building the Pressley Ridge School for Autism currently occupies. Pressley Ridge’s lease has expired, and it will be moving to a different location.