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John Paul II Open House

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Caroline Nye Caroline Nye
Isaac Kimmel Isaac Kimmel
Krystal Cochran Krystal Cochran

CORPUS CHRISTI (Kiii News) - Caroline Nye, Isaac Kimmel and Krystal Cochran join John Thomas on 3 News First Edition to talk about an open house being held at John Paul II High School.

The open house will give the public a chance to see the beautiful campus at John Paul II, as well as receive a tour by the students to learn about the academics, sports and various clubs at the school.

Isaac Kimmel is a student at John Paul II, and says his education from the school has lead him to wish to pursue a career in politics. After high school, he says he is considering attending Catholic University of America to study pre-law and sociology.

Krystal Cochran, another student from John Paul II, hopes to go to either Baylor or Texas A&M University. She says she wants to study to be a veterinarian, as she has a passion for helping animals.

John Paul II Open House
Thursday, February 9
John Paul II
(3036 Saratoga)
6 PM
www.jpiihighschool.org

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