Incredible that you own a house in Southern California! We moved out of San Diego 6 years
Anyway, I would throw any and all extra cash made from the sale of the home to your existing student loans. Saving it may be tempting in order to create a comfortable nest egg for future school expenses, but there are always scholarships you can apply for to help offset school costs. If I were in your shoes, I would start by paying off the student loans with the highest interest rates first. Once I’ve eliminated a couple of high interest rate loans, I would then switch to paying off the loans in order from smallest dollar amount to largest dollar amount despite the interest rate. By the time you are in CRNA school you may have paid off several grand on your own!