Don Bosco High School, a minority institute run by the Salesian Society has been recognized right from the outset but gets no grant-in-aid from the government.
about-us-db-borivliIn the year 1970 the Salesian Fathers started an apostolic school under the St. Paul’s High School with just 3 classes – Std. IX, X,XI named after the great missionary St. Paul. The Fathers saw the growing demand for a school for the children of the area as the exodus from the south was just beginning. So in 1971 the Fathers managed to obtain from the department permission to open Std VIII and IX.
The school expanded and the divisions doubled themselves in each class in course of time.Today the school has achieved remarkable standard in all areas.
The school that began its life with 13 boys in Standards VIII and 30 in IX is proud today to have more than 2000 students on its records from the Junior KG to Junior college and the NIOS. The system of education based on Don Bosco’s Principles – Reason, Religion and Kindness – became well-known to all those who came in contact with the school.
With the noble motto “Virtus in Arduis”, Virtue conquers hardships, the Fathers, Brothers and the members of the staff have toiled for its growth with single-minded commitment; as a result the school has grown to its present dimension and risen to prominence in the eyes of the people and Education department. The school inspections which have taken place have brought commendable reports to the credit of the staff and management
Updated on: [November 14, 2017]