IDENTITY OF THE SALESIANS
The Salesians of Don Bosco is a religious congregation founded in 1854 by St. John Bosco, a Catholic priest from Turin (Italy), in order to take care of young people especially the less privileged, preparing them for life, enriching them culturally & professionally, instilling in them strong religious values. .
The DBSS is a service offered to the boys who finished the Primary School. Particular attention will be given to the ones coming from poor quarters of the environments and five Scholarships each class are reserved for the worthy pupils from very low-income families. - As a Catholic School, DBSS is of Christian inspiration and shares in the mission of the Church to form good Christians. The School is open to young people of all denominations and religions. - As a Nigerian School, DBSS is an institution which endeavors to form upright citizens, imbued with authentic Nigerian values. - As a Salesian School, DBSS educates in the style of St. John Bosco through an educating community that is permeated by Family Spirit and characterized by the elements of Reason, Religion and Loving Kindness. In the words of St. John Bosco, DBSS seeks to form ‘Good Christians and Honest Citizens’
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Don Bosco Avenue Ibolo Layout Obosi, off KM 7, Onitsha-Owerri Road (Anambra State), Nigeria.