Kanye West's secretive Christian private school Donda Academy has closed for the remainder of the school year, according to an email obtained first by The Times of London.

The school's sudden closure comes at the same time West is losing corporate sponsorships and deals because of antisemitic comments.

Donda Academy launched last year and promised that students would "learn fundamentals, grow in their faith, and experience two enrichment classes." Parents were required to sign a non-disclosure agreement. The school is uncredited and tuition is reportedly $15,000 a year.

West started the school in honor of his mother, Donda West, who died in 2007 following surgical complications. It's located at a non-listed address in Simi Valley, Calif. northeast of Los Angeles.

The school's principal, Jason Angell, announced the closure in an email to parents on Wednesday, saying "at the discretion of our Founder, Donda Academy will close for the remainder of the 2022-2023 school year effective immediately, Thursday, October 27. THERE IS NO SCHOOL TOMORROW."

Donda Academy's principal announced the sudden closing of the school in an email to parents.

On Wednesday, the New York Times reported that two prominent boys' high school basketball tournaments rescinded invitations to the school, endangering the seasons of several high-profile athletes that attend the academy.

Following the report 3-star basketball recruit Chuck Bailey announced his departure from Donda Academy, leaving the fledgling basketball program without one of its major draws.

3-Star recruit Chuck Bailey announced his departure from Donda Academy on Twitter.

Angell said the school intends to "begin afresh in September of 2023."