DONBOSCO HIGH SCHOOL
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About Us

Don Bosco school is situated in Makarpura road Vadodara near to Kabir Complex. This school, is run by the Salesians of Don Bosco, a Christian religious organization within the Catholic Church.It was founded by Don Bosco - acknowledged as the Father and Teacher of youth . Don Bosco High school Vadodara is a English medium school and recognized by the Department of Education, Gujarat State. It started in 1977 and as a Pre-primary, Primary, Secondary and a Higher Secondary Section both science and commerce. KG to Std III and the HSC is co-ed, Std. IV to X is for boys only.  Don Bosco high school is primarily for the catholic Christian minority and is conducted under minority rights . However it offers its service to all without distinction of caste or creed.

Aim, Vision & Salient Features

Our Aim:
 
To provide each student with an ideal learning environment to grow and excel from the time he/she begins education journey with us.
 
Our Vision 2020:
 
Stress - free educational environment.
 
Quality education to the disadvantaged.
 
Our Salient Features:
 
Imparts value – based education
 
Prepares the student for life
 
Creates a child – centered environment
 
Builds good educator – student bonds
 
Fosters freedom and openness
 
aims at building a family spirit
 
Provides skill – based training
 
Gives preference to the marginalised

DON BOSCO'S TIPS TO STUDENTS

  • Never waste time. Time is precious. Use it well.
  • Eat at regular hours. Overeating will mean an inability to apply yourself to study.
  • Be God – fearing. Take care never to offend God.
  • Avoid bad companions as you would avoid poisonous snakes.
  • Choose some studious boy as a friend.
  • When it's time to play play, get in there and play.
  • Avoid day dreaming. Keep your mind only on your books when studying.
  • Above all, pray!

Principal's Desk

"Each movement is a golden opportunity, an opportunity to learn, to give, to help, to love and to live fully ". 
Education today is no longer confined to the four walls of the classroom. All round efforts are being made to provide qualitative, value based, activity oriented education in our school. Our striving for excellence in this direction has led us to believe that the interest and curiosity of a child has to be kept ever alive. We have also been successful in providing a conductive and congenial atmosphere in the school so that the activity of teaching and learning is done successfully. 
"Education has to be a process which prepares the student to learn to develop a way of thinking, that is known success, academics alone is not our aim but to create good and thinking individuals with a right and positive attitude and also equip them to face real life situation".
 
                                                                 Fr. Anthony Pinto
 

Salesians of Don Bosco

OUR FOUNDER – DON BOSCO, The Father and the Teacher of the Youth.
God, it is said, sends the world saints when they are most needed-not men and women of "general holiness," but specialized experts who fit into the pattern of the times and are capable of giving God's tone to their century. And so it was that on August 16, I8I5 "a man was sent by God whose name was John." He came to the scrubby stone cottage of Francis and Margaret Bosco on the hills of Becchi, near Castelnuovo, Piedmont, Italy. Francis died two years after John's birth.
John experienced the pains of poverty at a very fragile age. He was educated in the faith and in living according to the Gospel message by his mother. He was just nine years old when he had a dream, which called him to dedicate himself to the education of young people. While still a boy he began to entertain his peers with games alternated with work, prayer and religious education.
On becoming a priest at the age of twenty-six, he was called as Don (Father) Bosco. He began his work among poor young people with the founding of the Oratory, which he placed under the patronage of St. Francis of Sales.
He led young people by the means of his educational style and pastoral practice: based on Reason, Religion and Loving Kindness (the Preventive System). Don Bosco's method of study knew nothing of punishment. He held that the teacher should be a father,  an adviser, and a friend, and he was the first to adopt this method. On this note he often said: "Try to gain love before inspiring fear." St. Dominic Savio stands out among the most outstanding fruits of his work. 
He recognized that gentleness and persuasion alone were not enough to bring to the task of education. He thoroughly believed in play as a means of arousing childish curiosity — and for the rest he adopted St. Philip Neri's words: "Do as you wish, I do not care so long as you do not sin." In the centenary of his death, which took place on January 31, 1888, Pope John Paul II proclaimed him The Father and Teacher of Youth.
 
The “Salesians of Don Bosco” are a Christian religious society within the Catholic Church, founded by Don Bosco. It works with a mission to be signs and bearers of God’s love to the young, for their development and education irrespective of religious differences or social inequalities. This society conducts educational centres in more than 128 countries around the world.

School Anthem

(Lyrics & Music by Late Fr. Desmond Paes, SDB)
 
CHORUS: Long live Don Bosco, Don Bosco Baroda,
We will always keep our banner flying high.
Long live Don Bosco, Don Bosco Baroda.
For our school we’re prepared to do or die.
 
And even when we meet with troubles and with care,
We’ll keep on smiling, ever hope and dare:
If the going is sometimes hard and tough
We will deal with the smooth and the rough.