UPDATED: Friday, April 13, 2012 - 8:54am
BRYAN -- It's been almost six weeks since St. Michael's Episcopal School in Bryan announced they may have to shut their doors for good but since then, the school's future is looking much brighter thanks to a little competition.
The contest "Power a Bright Future," sponsored by Clorox, awards five different grants to schools all across the U.S. One $50,000 grant and four $25,000 grants.
The contest started a week ago and now St. Michael's is asking for your help to vote them number one to help keep their fine arts program alive.
Ann Willaert, dean of admissions said, "We think it would be a big boost for Bryan to have us in the national news, to see that the whole community pulls together to nominate a fine arts program when you know fine arts programs are disappearing all over the country."
You can vote twice a day. Once by text and once online.
"Power a Bright Future" runs through December 9th and the five winners will be announced in January.
If you'd like to vote by text, text clorox7270 to 44144 or if you'd like to vote online, click here.