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.

Recent News

Constitution Day Celebration-Secondary Section

Constitution Day Celebration-Secondary Section -Ms Jansi Dharamraj Virtual Constitution Day for standards 7 and 8 was celebrated on 26th November,2020 from 11:00am to 11:30am. The supervisor Ms Anita Philip, teachers Ms Raveena, Sir Sherone, Ms Arnaaz, Ms Natasha and...

Diwali celebration in the Sr Kg section

Diwali celebration in the Sr Kg section -Mrs. Rochelle D'Souza The sudden closure of the school for the Diwali vacation following the announcement by the Maharashtra Education department brought a sense of gloom over our teachers who had started preparing an online...

Diwali Celebration in the Primary section

Diwali Celebration in the Primary section -Ms. Anita Nadar Burn all the negativity like crackles and shine like sparkles! It's celebration time in Don Bosco Primary School, Matunga, what with two occasions-Children's Day and Diwali Celebration happening back to back!...

Keep Smiling Day-Std. III

Keep Smiling Day-Std. III -Mrs. Shahnaaz Abbas "A smile is the prettiest thing one can wear." In order to keep this smile pretty it is of paramount importance that we take care of our teeth. 'Take care of your teeth and your teeth will take care of you,' so goes the...

Children’s Day Celebration-Std. I to IV

Children's Day Celebration-Std. I to IV -Miss. Sonia Kasare "Children are the upcoming future creators, and if we need to preserve the future then it is our duty to build the future of our children in the right direction." These were the words of our first Prime...

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