A new catholic high school in the East opens to its inaugural class Monday.
Pope John Paul II High School will use three existing classrooms at St. Gabriel's Catholic Church on Dickinson Ave. in Greenville. School officials anticipate that classroom space should be enough for the first two years. The first new building planned is a gymnatorium. Officials say the entire school will be built in five years.
About two dozen students are enrolled in the first 9th grade class.
Bishop Michael Burbidge will travel to Greenville Friday to celebrate a Mass for the new school.
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