High School is an exciting time in your sons life. We know that selecting the best possible school for your son is an important process, and St. John Bosco's Admissions team is committed to helping you and your family through each and every step while making your family’s experience as individualized, relaxed and personal as possible.
To help all of us make the determination, we have designed an admission process that is informative, comprehensive and, we hope, hassle-free.
Each applicant to Bosco has full access to our admissions team who will guide you through the process, and you should feel free to contact them any time you have a question.
As part of the admission process, we will request information about past and present academic performance and personal interest. You will be asked to visit campus and participate in an interview with a St. John Bosco Faculty or Staff member, and you will be asked to submit scores from a standardized test.
If you would like more information about St. John Bosco High School before applying, you can fill out an inquiry form or call the admissions office at (562) 920-1734 ext. 313 or emailing us at email@example.com.
We go out of our way to make the admission process enjoyable for prospective students and their families.
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- Does St. John Bosco offer scholarships?
- Is there any sort of tuition assistance available?
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The only scholarships available are for a select number of highly qualified students through our Presidential Scholars Program. Otherwise, the assistance Bosco offers is need-based financial aid as determined by the school. Bosco's financial aid is designed to supplement family resources to allow qualified students to enroll who would not have been able to do so without the school's assistance. Click here for more information
Each year, Bosco offers need-based tuition assistance to make its educational experience accessible to qualified students, regardless of their socio-economic background.