Saturday, January 31, 2009
John Paul II High School needs students
photos © Mark M. Hancock and The Dallas Morning News
John Paul II High School remains open in Plano on Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2008. The first Catholic high school north of Dallas opened in 2004.
Students walk to classes at John Paul II High School in Plano. The school has increased enrollment, but economic conditions concern officials about the school's future growth.
Sophomore Richard Joubert studies in class at John Paul II High School.
Athletes' lockers are decorated at John Paul II High School. The 17 area parishes in Collin Counties have helped keep the school afloat.
Students eat lunch in the cafeteria at John Paul II High School. The school was formerly an Alcatel corporate campus before the telecom bubble burst.
Students walk to classes at John Paul II High School in Plano. The school's goal is at least 900 students. It can accomodate 1,200, but current enrollment is 637.
Please read, "Plano Catholic high school struggles meeting enrollment goals" by Matthew Haag.