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(KSL News) -- Parents who have students attending Mountain Heritage Academy, a private school in South Jordan, are rallying together to come up with the money to keep the school open.
The school opened just four months ago and already it's deeply in the red. The school reportedly owes $50,000 in back rent and ultility costs, and teachers have yet to be paid for last month's work.
This is the second private school that focuses on LDS beliefs that has threatened to close in the past six weeks.
Neither school is affiliated with the Mormon church.