Kinnick High School

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Nile C. Kinnick High School
... Kinnick High School is a DoDEA high school now located in US Fleet Activities Yokosuka, Japan ... It was renamed in 1959 for Nile Clarke Kinnick, Jr ... This school usually has 500 to 600 students and is about 45 km from Tokyo ...
Nile C. Kinnick High School - History
... Kinnick High School was first established in the Yamate district during the occupation following World War II ... In 1971, the school permanently relocated to Yokosuka ... Currently, Kinnick High School is located by the Main Street Food Court, the Purdy Gym, the Bowling Alley, and the Navy Exchange store on Yokosuka Naval Base, Japan ...

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