Dear Students and Parents/Guardians,
Welcome to Don Bosco Catholic Secondary School. We are pleased and honoured to welcome students and their families to our school community. The mission of our school community is the formation of the whole person, developing the spiritual, emotional and physical well being of each one of our students who grace our hallways. Don Bosco Catholic Secondary School's style of education is based on the philosophy of our patron saint and his ability to seek the best in all his students and prepare the young to make a positive contribution to society, and to live in preparation for heaven. Our pillars are based on Don Bosco's pedagogy of REASON, RELIGION, AND KINDNESS. Don Bosco provides a rigorous education rooted in Gospel values. Students are challenged to work towards their potential within a supportive environment guided by caring and supportive staff. Students at Don Bosco have access to programs and experiences designed to meet their individual needs, regardless of their post-secondary goals.
April 12: Meeting Bishop Boissonneau
The staff and students of Don Bosco were very excited to celebrate mass with Bishop John Boissonneau this March. Bishop Boissonneau stepped in for Cardinal Collins who was called to Conclave to elect the new Pope. A small reception was held following the mass where students had an opportunity to meet the Bishop one-on-one.
May 17th: DBCSS 14th Annual Garage Sale
March 28th: Help support Chisom Ogbanna
This is Chisom Ogbonna. He’s a gr.12 student with high aspirations. He brought to school a blanket from church. This blanket is special in that it has the power not only to clean up a little waste at the dump but also provide a good blanket to sleep on for some less fortunate in Haiti. Chisom is making blankets with discarded milk three bag wrapping a bag which, along with being ingenious, is also getting him some attention for his cause. These blankets will last almost for ever and help those who need it most. Three hundred and fifty bags are required to make one blanket so community support is welcome. These bags can be dropped off at the office at Don Bosco and are greatly appreciated by Chisom, the community and those back in Haiti that are using them as beds instead of dirt floors.