A Don Bosco institution, is a dynamic and co–educational school serving the needs of students since 2002. One enjoys a friendly, caring and safe environment where everyone is made welcome.
The school was founded by the Salesians of Don Bosco, dedicated to the education of youth. The Salesian’s daily presence in school life enriches the overall development of each student.
We consider each child to be a special member of our school community, each of them has something to offer whether it be a friendly smile, sporting abilities or academic abilities. We value each child for their own individual qualities. Every child is proud to proclaim.
My Dear Staff, Students and Parents,
Desmond Tutu who received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1984 said “Hope is being able to see that there is light despite all of the darkness.”
Four days have gone by and those who live and work within the city of Paris have gotten on with their lives. After all, isn’t that what we are supposed to do when we face a tragedy or a great loss—go on! But will we ever be able to simply go on? Something changed that day on the 13th of November and that will never simply go away.
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Dear Staff, Students and Parents,
With a deep feeling of gratitude to God, our management, staff, parents and students that I pen these few words on the very day all of us are overjoyed on receiving the “good news” about the excellent and enhancing results of our Grade XII students at the CBSE Board Exam 2015.
It only confirms our belief that the hard-work of our students – teachers combine, pays rich dividend.
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The Salesians are a worldwide organization founded by St. John Bosco, the third largest Catholic religious order in the world! Don Bosco gathered a number of priests and lay people together to found a religious congregation in the Catholic Church. He called this congregation the Salesian Society. It was named after St. Francis de Sales who was known for his kind and gentle manner, a trait which Don Bosco wanted his Salesians to acquire. He also chose Mary, Help of Christans, as the patroness of the Salesian Society.
THE SALESIAN FAMILY
The educational work of Don Bosco is carried on today by an organization linked by philosophy and purpose to a worldwide network called the Salesian Family. The Salesian Society (SDB), is a community of priests and brothers with religious vows. The Daughters of Mary Help of Christians (FMA), also known as the Salesian Sisters, is a similar institute for women. Lay persons who participate in the Salesian work from their homes or places of business are known as Salesian Co-operators. A secular Institute of men and women with religious vows who live in their homes without the outward signs of consecrated life are known as the Don Bosco Volunteers. The Past-Pupils Association consists of students who have been members of Salesian Institutions; they also form part of the Salesian Family.
As pioneers in the field of education of the youth, the Salesians can be found worldwide in many different initiatives on behalf of young people: schools, oratories, youth centers, technical and professional training centers, parishes, foreign missions, and activities in the realm of mass media and social communications.
The Salesians have started a school in the State of Kuwait since April 2002 under the title, "THE INDIAN ENGLISH ACADEMY SCHOOL".