St. Vincent's Academy

St. Vincent's Academy (SVA) is a private, Catholic, all-female high school located next to the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in downtown Savannah, Georgia. The school operates within the Roman Catholic Diocese of Savannah and enrolls about 350 girls in grades 9-12.

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