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Bishop Verot High School

Bishop Verot High School is a private, Roman Catholic high school in Fort Myers, Florida. It is located in the Diocese of Venice, Florida.

History

Bishop Verot Catholic High School was established in 1962 as Fort Myers Central Catholic High School. The school was renamed Bishop Verot when they moved to their newly constructed location in 1964. The school is named after Bishop Augustin Verot, the first Bishop of Florida. The current principal is Reverend J. Christian Beretta, OSFS.

Athletics

The school's sports teams are nicknamed the "Vikings." The outdoor teams play on field turf installed in 2005. The indoor teams play in the John J. Nevins Gymnasium.

The school's main rival is Fort Myers Senior High School in all sports except football. There are two main football rivals: LaBelle High School and Cardinal Mooney High School. The school has a fledging district rivalry with Dunbar High School in basketball.

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