The Office of Admissions invites you to learn more about Bishop Snyder High School by visiting our beautiful Jacksonville campus. Discover our college-preparatory academics, faith-filled environment, athletic opportunities and the extracurricular activities offered at Snyder. Admission is open to high school students of all faiths.
The High School Placement Test (HSPT) will be administered to all members of the Class of 2024. Incoming freshmen will take the test in the Office of School Counseling at a mutually agreeable date.
Eighth-grade students of area Catholic grade schools visit Snyder each fall as a class field trip. Students from other schools are invited to join us to become a Cardinal for a Day. Families of students who wish to shadow must make advance arrangements with the Admissions Office.
Parents are always welcome …
to tour Bishop Snyder High School.To set up a personal tour or schedule a Cardinal for a Day student visit, call Shelley Gudzak at 904-908-8978 or email her.
All parents of new students seeking admission to Bishop Snyder High School for the upcoming school year should call Shelley Gudzak in the Office of Admissions at (904) 908-8978 or visit our inquiry link to complete a brief questionnaire about your student.
Bishop John J. Snyder High School has an open admission policy. No person, on the grounds of race, color, gender, disability or national origin, is excluded or otherwise subjected to discrimination in the receiving of services. Nor does the school discriminate in hiring, promotion, discharge, pay, fringe benefits, job training, classification, referral and other aspects of employment on the basis of race, color, disability, age, gender, or national origin.
Bishop John J. Snyder High School is committed to providing an environment that is free of discrimination and harassment. In keeping with this commitment, the school will not tolerate harassment or discrimination on the basis of a person’s protected status, such as gender, color, race, ancestry, national origin, age, physical disability, mental condition, marital status, veteran status, citizenship status. All employees, faculty members and students are protected under this policy. In addition, this policy applies to all conduct occurring on school grounds, at assignments outside the school, or at school-sponsored events. All students are responsible for helping to assure that any harassment or discrimination is reported. If a student witnesses or learns of any conduct that violates this policy, the student must immediately report the incident to his/her principal. If, however, the principal is the individual who is believed to have engaged in the inappropriate conduct, the student should notify the Superintendent of Schools of the Diocese of St. Augustine. If an investigation reveals that inappropriate conduct has occurred, the school will take corrective action based on the circumstances.