Interscholastic activities are an important aspect of Bishop John J. Snyder Catholic High School. Participation in high school athletics is an extension of what happens in the classroom. The opportunity for a student to participate in sports is a privilege, not a right. Thus, there is a higher level of expectation from our student athletes and they must abide by certain rules. Bishop John J. Snyder High School’s purpose is to stimulate and guide students in their spiritual, intellectual, moral, emotional, social and physical development through the acquisition and use of knowledge in the athletic arena.
To participate in athletics the following four forms must be completed prior to participation in any tryout or practice.
Looking for something fun to do this summer? Check out the athletic summer camps offered at Bishop Snyder campus this summer.
Click here for a flyer with sign up form.
Click here for the wrestling camp brochure.
Click here for the baseball camp brochure.
Congratulations to the 2013 Coach of the Year, Lou Turecky. Coach Turecky is our boys cross country coach and has been since BJS opened in 2002. Coach Turecky has had remarkable success in the past twelve years with many of his runners advancing to district, regional and state competition.
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