About Don Bosco, Matunga

 

Don Bosco Matunga, is an English medium school run by the Salesians of Don Bosco. This institution meant primarily for Catholics is established and administered by the Catholic Church but it is open to all irrespective of religion, caste or creed. The school is recognised by the Government of Maharashtra.

Don Bosco is perceived as a school apart, for it has a fine blend of academics, sports and culture. Considering the numerous activities that take place all the year round one wonders when the teaching and learning is done. Well, the secret is precise pre-planning with perfect execution and behold, you have a NEAT job done in every arena. A true testament to this claim are the innumerable laurels won by the students in every field. Don Bosco sends up on an average over three hundred students and secures a nearly cent percent result. This in itself speaks volumes about the overall academic performance of the school. Each standard has its syllabus meticulously charted in the syllabus book which also contains formats of the Test/Exam papers along with the distribution of marks. Every child is given this book at the beginning of each academic year. This enables the teachers to efficiently execute the syllabus and aids the parents to follow the work systematically done in school.

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FREE YOUR MINDS

16 August, 2017 FREE YOUR MINDS - Ms.Perpetual Nazareth Independence Days symbolise a time to reaffirm our pride in being Indians, at the same time it calls for a moment of reflection on the daunting problems and our determination to surmount them. The 70th...

DB Matunga u-14 Football team – State Champions!

14 August, 2017 DB Matunga u-14 Football team - State Champions! -Mr. Barrington Serrao The Don Bosco Matunga school football teams have made it three titles in a row in as many tournaments to begin the new football season on a dominating note. Our boys are no...

Nature Club Workshop “Story of a Bottle”

12 August, 2017 Nature Club Workshop “Story of a Bottle” -Ms. Nadar Ranjitham Selvaraj The first Outdoor Workshop for the Green Schools Campaign 2017-2018 called the “Story of a Bottle” was organized by the “Green-Line” organization on 10th Aug morning at Don Bosco...

A hiatus from the hectic

13 August, 2017 A hiatus from the hectic -Ms. Elizabeth Soares and Ms. Ashwini Gupte   The class IX and X students of Don Bosco High School, Matunga enjoyed a day of rejuvenation through an enriching retreat and a stimulating recollection on August 10. The Catholic...

STRENGTH LIES IN UNITY – Assembly X D

12 August, 2017 STRENGTH LIES IN UNITY – Assembly X D -Ms. Reshma Belgaonkar The boys of Class X D presented their annual class assembly on the 11th of August.2017. There is an oft repeated quote,”Your first impression is the last impression" and the striking backdrop...

We Serve To Save – Field trip Std. III

12 August, 2017 We Serve To Save – Field trip Std. III -Ms. Richa Singh To relate the topic of ‘Public Services for Community Life’ in EVS, the students of Std. III visited the Mumbai Fire Brigade Station at Antophill on 10th August,2017.  The students reached the...

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY Don Bosco!
16th Aug - Birthday of our Father and Founder St. John Bosco. This beautifully decorated statue in the lobby of the school building serves as a gentle reminder to seek blessings from this great educator saint.
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The school felicitated it's SSC toppers at the Independence Day program today. The chief guests, Mr. and Mrs. Singh, the proud parents of our SSC topper, Master Aman Singh, addressed the students and gave away the prizes. Much to cheer ...and wish for our achievers as they enter Junior College to pursue their careers. ...

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The assembly by the students of Std. VIII D under the creative direction of their class teacher Ms. Perpetual Nazareth was a passionate display of patriotism and freedom. The day's program was combined with the felicitation of the SSC toppers at the March 2017 Board Examination. The chief guests of the day - the parents of our SSC topper, Master Aman Singh - hoisted the flag. The presence of the NCC, RSP and Scout troupes added a solemn note to the day's proceedings. ...

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