Saint John Bosco High School invites you to join us on Sunday, February 26th for our Spring Fundraiser Where: Lady Hill Winery 8400 Champoeg Road NE St. Paul, OR 97137 When: Sunday, February 26th 3: 00 PM to 7: 00 PM Featuring Speaker: Daniel Rabourdin Daniel Rabourdin is a film and television producer. He graduated from the Thomistic school, Institut de Philosophie Comparée and the Sorbonne in Paris. He has starred in and produced such programs as EWTN’s Theology of the Table and Padre Pio: The Priest Who Bore the Wounds of Christ. Recently, Mr. Rabourdin has traveled promoting his recent feature film The Hidden Rebellion. The Hidden Rebellion is the untold story of the massacre of the Vendeans, who led a Catholic uprising against the French Revolution. The film’s website describes the film as raising “a number of important issues related to religious liberty and political tyranny that are even more relevant and timely in light of today’s geo-political climate.” For more information on Mr. Rabourdin and The Hidden Rebellion, visit the official...Read More
An excellent education is the best investment you can give your child. Saint John Bosco High School has a friendly learning environment with small class sizes that will embrace your family’s values. A Catholic education has proven results, but more importantly, it can have eternal rewards. Enroll your child in a first rate, college preparatory high school that gives students the academic skills to be successful at a four year university and life after high school. At Saint John Bosco a quality Catholic education is affordable. Discounted tuition is available for families enrolling multiple students and we offer convenient payment plans. Call today: 503-383-7101 to set up an enrollment interview. Proudly serving students in the Salem, Keizer, Gervais, Woodburn, Mt Angel, Silverton, St Paul, Canby, Wilsonville, Albany area. “The Council also reminds Catholic parents of the duty of entrusting their children to Catholic schools wherever and whenever it is possible and of supporting these schools to the best of their ability and of cooperating with them for the education of their children.”(28) VATICAN II, DECLARATION ON CHRISTIAN EDUCATION, GRAVISSIMUM EDUCATIONIS PROCLAIMED BY HIS HOLINESS POPE PAUL VI ON OCTOBER 28, 1965. St. John Bosco High School is a member of the National Association of Private Catholic and Independent Schools (NAPCIS). The NAPCIS accreditation association applies standards of excellence to criteria specifically selected to meet the educational quality and competence of operation of private Catholic and independent schools. ...Read More
St. John Bosco taught that an educated student should be instructed in both faith and reason. The mission of St. John Bosco High School is to educate the whole person within a harmonious relationship of faith and reason, all for the glory of the Triune God. With an authentic Catholic education students learn how to be defenders of the faith. By applying both faith and reason students have the ability to effectively respond to the modern world and the Church’s call to the new evangelization. “What is so new about the new evangelization is not only that it calls forth the efforts of every believer in Christ with no exceptions and no exemptions, but that it also is intended to target those who have suffered the loss of faith.” -Dr. Scott Hahn “Catholic education addresses the development of the whole person through spiritual and academic formation based on the Gospel of Jesus Christ. The mission of Catholic education provides a particular environment for the New Evangelization by presenting the Gospel anew within the school and parish communities.”-United States Conference of Catholic Bishops “Proclaiming the Gospel message to different cultures also involves proclaiming it to professional, scientific and academic circles. This means an encounter between faith, reason and the sciences with a view to developing new approaches and arguments on the issue of credibility, a creative apologetics which would encourage greater openness to the Gospel on the part of all. When certain categories of reason and the sciences are taken up into the proclamation of the message, these categories then become tools of evangelization; water is changed into wine. Whatever is taken up is not just redeemed, but becomes an instrument of the Spirit for enlightening and renewing...Read More
We currently offer Cross-Country and Boys and Girls Basketball. Athletics offer lessons in spirituality, stamina, teamwork, sacrifice, self-discipline and dedication. These character-building tools along with perseverance, the desire to play fairly and grace in winning and losing further the school’s goal of fostering individual growth and physical activity. Within the context of organized sports, the program seeks to nurture those principles through the development of athletic skills, physical fitness, teamwork and sportsmanship in a competitive athletic...Read More
As the premier Classical High School in the Mid Valley, our outstanding teachers educate students in: critical thinking skills; persuasive writing and eloquent speaking; reading and analyzing classical literature; integrating history, Catholic theology, arts, and languages; and fostering wonder through math and sciences. “We are living in an information-driven society which bombards us indiscriminately with data—all treated as being of equal importance—and which leads to remarkable superficiality in the area of moral discernment. In response, we need to provide an education which teaches critical thinking and encourages the development of mature moral values.” -Pope Francis Proudly serving students in the Salem, Keizer, Gervais, Woodburn, Mt Angel, Silverton, St Paul, Canby, Wilsonville, Albany area....Read More
The curriculum provides a strong foundation for successfully completing college entrance exams such as the ACT or the SAT. Students will be well prepared for writing college papers and how to defend a thesis. Our students learn to think clearly, to speak eloquently, to write persuasively, and to calculate accurately. This is accomplished through self-activity, mastery of progressively more difficult material, formation of the will through conscientious application of study habits, and an emphasis throughout on developing the ability to learn, to think and to communicate. Call today:503-383-7101 for an enrollment interview. Catholic education aims not only to communicate facts but also to transmit a coherent, comprehensive vision of life, in the conviction that the truths contained in that vision liberate students in the most profound meaning of human freedom. -Blessed Pope John Paul II...Read More
Pope John Paul II wrote about music, “As a manifestation of the human spirit, music performs a function which is noble, unique, and irreplaceable. When it is truly beautiful and inspired, it speaks to us more than all the other arts of goodness, virtue, peace, of matters holy and divine. Not for nothing has it always been, and will it always be, an essential part of the liturgy.” Students at St. John Bosco High School have the opportunity to experience and develop their abilities in classical music. The curriculum includes classical choir. Students must choose between Drama and...Read More
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