Thank you for considering St. John Bosco for your son’s high school education. 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 making your family’s experience as individualized, relaxed and personal as possible.
Given our circumstances, we’re creating more ways to learn more about our school, teachers, students and community. We’ll host a series of online events and when we can, some small-group tours and “Brave for a Day” camps on our campus.
We welcome you to explore our website to see how St. John Bosco provides a top college preparatory education committed to a tradition of educating young men with reason, religion and loving kindness to become men of purpose.
At St. John Bosco, we accompany every student through his formative journey to manhood, creating bonds that last a lifetime. The young man who chooses St. John Bosco is challenged by a school which offers him opportunities to develop his “whole person” – growing spiritually, intellectually, socially, culturally, and physically.
We cultivate every student's God-given talents by expanding leadership opportunities in athletic, artistic and academic endeavors through a four-year male formation program, utilizing Don Bosco's Preventive System to develop every student with the core values of The Bosco Man -- Faith, Intellect, Leadership and Citizenship.
St. John Bosco is more than a high school, it's a place where young men can come and find an extension of their home -- where formation of our young men and the brotherhood is developed by the entire student body.
Bosco is like no other school. The faculty/staff are 110% committed to the success of these young men. My son has become a true man of faith and character and much of this is credited to his teachers who are top notch. We are confident that he would not be where he is today (Dartmouth College '23) without the support of his teachers and counselors at Bosco. Best investment ever!
-- Jeanna Myers, St. John Bosco Parent '19