The Joos Family Endowment Fund

An endowment established by Mr. and Mrs. William J. Joos in 2005 to honor the memory of Genevieve and Louis Joos. This planned gift benefits the academic programs at Bishop John J. Snyder High School. The Joos fund ensures a permanent funding to offer the latest in teaching tools for our faculty and students. Outside contributions to this fund are welcome and will be used solely for academic and scholarship purposes.

The Vallencourt Scholarship

In 2006 the Vallencourt family of Orange Park honored their parents, F.E. and Barbara Vallencourt, by establishing an endowed scholarship of $100,000. Two scholarships are given each spring to a rising senior boy and girl who exemplify the work ethic valued by this family.

Nu-Trend Plastics Scholarship

The Nu-Trend Plastics Scholarship is designated each spring for a rising 8th grader from St. Matthew’s Catholic School or St. Paul’s Catholic School who has chosen to attend Bishop Snyder High School. This generous gift comes to us through the generosity of the Mr. and Mrs. Michael Corrigan, Sr. and their children’s families.

Jan and Lou Walsh Family Foundation – Catholic School Teachers’ Children Scholarship

This scholarship is open to families who have a parent employed by the Diocese of St. Augustine as a Catholic school teacher.

The McGee Family Scholarship

Former parents, Dr. Terry and Mrs. Erin McGee, have established our newest scholarship which benefit the school’s ability to provide tuition assistance to future students.


To discuss how your gift can help Bishop John J. Snyder High School grow, please call our Development Office. Should you wish to learn more about establishing a scholarship or other permanent fund, we would be delighted to help you set a path that will truly make a difference in many lives.

Scholarships may be funded in one of two ways: a funded scholarship requires an annual minimum contribution of $1,000.00 and an endowed scholarship requires a minimum gift of $100,000. Endowments may be made in any gift range; an endowment allows the principal funds to remain intact in perpetuity while the interest in used for purposes as outlined by the donor.

“We’ve got a lot of happy people here!” Bishop John J. Snyder