Welcome to Don Bosco High School & Junior College, Borivli

Don Bosco High School and Junior college is one of the most reputed schools in Mumbai, well known for its high standard of education, as well as for its academic, sports and overall accomplishments. The school / Junior college is a minority institution, run by the Salesian Society, and has been recognised right from the outset. The staff and management have toiled with a single-minded commitment of  “Virtus in Arduis”, i.e. “Virtue conquers Hardships.” As a result the school has grown to its present dimension, and risen to prominence in the eyes of the people and the education department.

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Our Vision

We the Salesians of Don Bosco inspires by the preferential love of Christ the Good Shepherd for the poor, and Don Bosco’s prediction for poor and disadvantaged youth, are an educating community committed to the education of the whole person in the spirit and style of Don Bosco accompanying the youth in their journey of formation towards becoming mature apostles among their peers, builders of a Christian community as women and men of Christian conscience,commitment,competency,and social responsibility.

The vision of Don Bosco Borivili, “Virtue conquers Hardship”  instills in every student deep conviction to be virtuous at all times by training their Head,Heart and Hands.

Our Mission

Our Goal therefore, is Integral Education, to which Don Bosco Borivli is primarily commited and towards which it directs all talents,activities and energies.

Latest School News

Green Schools Campaign 2021-22

Green Schools Campaign 2021-22

Greenline is an initiative by the green school’s campaign. Don Bosco High School and Junior college, Borivli West, is a part of this campaign since 2016. This campaign educates children and creates awareness about their responsibility towards the environment. The...

Sports Fest

Sports Fest

After the success of the virtual sports fest this year we had an overwhelming response for Sports and performing Arts Fest Saturday where over 400 students participated in various activities arranged by the various disciplines.

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