Tuition issues resolved, students back in class

March 18, 2009 2:56:20 PM PDT
All students at south suburban Marian Catholic High School are back in class after a controversy over unpaid tuition. School officials say the last 14 students returned to the Chicago Heights high school on Tuesday.

Earlier this month nearly 300 students were singled out over unpaid or late tuition. Some were sent home.

Donations poured into the school and Marian's emergency fund also kicked in to help.

Marian's president says all students are either current on their $8,000 a year tuition or have payment plans.