(KMOV) -- A north St. Louis high school is expected to remain open despite growing violence on campus.
Parents of students attending Sumner High School are expected to officially hear the school is not closing at a school board meeting Thursday night.
The superintendent is giving the school one last chance to clean up its act with support from alumni and students.
Dr. Kelvin Adams has a list of goals he wants the school to achieve this school year or else Sumner High School will close by summer. Dr. Adams plans to have alumni mentor students and to move students who cause trouble to other schools.