Religion at Bosco
At St. John Bosco High School we believe that faith is central to every person's life and that the study of religion is an essential part of a complete education. While the majority of Bosco students and faculty are Catholic, all major world religions are represented in the school. We welcome and respect all faiths and the school community is one that reflects tolerance, global concern, love and understanding among all students, parents, teachers, administrators and alumni.
Religious and Ethical Education
We consider it the prerogative of parents to indoctrinate their children in their family's faith tradition. It is the school's job to build character and train students in religious literacy, as a requirement of Citizenship and as a means of exploring their own spirituality effectively. Our goal is to help every member of the school community deepen their sense of reverence, ethical discernment, and understanding of their own faith traditions and the traditions of others.