A Brief History of Our School
St. John Bosco High School was founded in 1999 as Marian Latin School by a group of Catholic families seeking to provide a superior education for their children. We were re-established with our new patron's saint name in 2009 as St. John Bosco High School.
In 2013, St. John Bosco High School purchased the former Elderidge School. Our rural campus is easily accessed at 10327 River Road NE, just north of Keizer, five minutes off the Brooks Exit 363 on I-5. This location provides our students and staff with the use of spacious classrooms, office space, a chapel, kitchen, and gymnasium on an eight-acre campus. We serve families across the Willamette Valley of Oregon, including Salem, Keizer, Silverton, Mount Angel, Wilsonville, Newberg, McMinnville, Woodburn, Lebanon, and Albany.