Construction continues on what will eventually be  Pope John Paul II Catholic School on Friday afternoon at the  construction site on S.C. 170 in Okatie.  The school is being built by  the Diocese of Charleston and will begin serving students in grades 7 through 9, adding a grade each year until it serves seventh through 12th graders.
Construction continues on what will eventually be Pope John Paul II Catholic School on Friday afternoon at the construction site on S.C. 170 in Okatie. The school is being built by the Diocese of Charleston and will begin serving students in grades 7 through 9, adding a grade each year until it serves seventh through 12th graders. Staff photo
Construction continues on what will eventually be Pope John Paul II Catholic School on Friday afternoon at the construction site on S.C. 170 in Okatie. The school is being built by the Diocese of Charleston and will begin serving students in grades 7 through 9, adding a grade each year until it serves seventh through 12th graders. Staff photo

Permitting delays opening of Catholic high school in Okatie

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