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Don Bosco Courses

classes, graduation requirements, and handbooks

The instructional program of studies has been designed to enable each student to fulfill his/her potential for spiritual, academic, physical, and social growth. Students should plan a course of study with future goals in mind and be prepared to evaluate and revise their plans. The work of faculty and staff supplements the daily guidance offered by parents at home. The best results are achieved when school personnel and parents coordinate their efforts. To make an appointment with a teacher or administrator, contact the school office. Our College and Career Coach, Ms. Martin, works with students on scheduling.

A student entering Don Bosco must successfully complete 56 academic credits to be awarded a diploma. The 2024 and 2025 graduating classes will be held to the prior standard of 52 credits.

Don Bosco students have the opportunity to enroll in standard and advanced courses. We are currently working to update our course listing as we are adding electives for the 2024-2025 school year. Students who are planning to go to college are urged to take Algebra II, chemistry, and at least two years of a world language. 


Independent high school courses are offered with approval of school administration for recovery credit, schedule conflict, or other situations. 



Photography elective


Horticulture Class