The school has been criticized by faculty, alumni and politicians for years because of the case.
The school will now likely have to face a hearing over a charge it discriminated against black student Allan-Michael Meads.
And it's got the backing of the national Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities.
The school has claimed for years that state anti-discrimination laws don't apply
City Council and Mayor Jim Kenney have spoken out against the Catholic school.
Fallout from "A Raisin in the Sun" led to an expulsion, and the matter is headed to court.
The school's lawyer says more than half of the resolution 'is just plain wrong.'