Bishop John J. Snyder High School
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Bishop John J. Snyder High School is a private Roman Catholic high school in Jacksonville, Florida, United States. It was established in 2002 and located in the Roman Catholic Diocese of St. Augustine. It is named for John J. Snyder, bishop of the diocese from 1979–2000.
|Bishop John J. Snyder High School|
5001 Samaritan Way
|Religious affiliation(s)||Roman Catholic|
|Oversight||Roman Catholic Diocese of St. Augustine|
|NCES School ID||A0300789|
|Principal||Deacon David Yazdiya|
|Teaching staff||28.3 (on an FTE basis)|
|Student to teacher ratio||15.0|
|Color(s)||Red and gold|
|Slogan||"Competence... Conscience... Compassion..."|
|Accreditation||Southern Association of Colleges and Schools |
Bishop Snyder was established in 2002 to serve the growing Catholic population in the west Jacksonville area. The school was established on a 50-acre site with a cost of $11 million. It is named after Bishop John J. Snyder who had retired as the eighth Bishop of the Diocese of St. Augustine in 2000. The first students at Bishop Snyder were 75 freshmen in 2002.
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