Don Bosco Secondary School to start in January 2014

Mansa 109Don Bosco Secondary School in Mansa is now completed. The School is set to welcome the fist groups of students in January 2014.
Don Bosco Secondary School is built and managed by the Salesians of Don Bosco, a religious congregation in the Catholic Church and registered as a society in Zambia. It is situated near St. James Catholic Church, off Kabunda Road at Chimese Village of Mansa District. The school is established with the aim to empower the youth of Luapula region by providing quality education to prepare them for a good future.

Don Bosco Secondary School, Mansa (DBSS), will start in 2014 to provide formal secondary school education to the young people of Luapula Region. We impart quality education with sound human formation based on Christian principles and the Preventive System of St. John Bosco.

The institution is equipped with spacious rooms and offices and there are plans to extend the current facilities in the near future. The School is intended to be a government aided mission school to offer Social Sciences but in the future to include Natural Science and Technology Career path curricula.

VISION
To create a just and humane society through empowerment of marginalized youth.

MISSION
The primary mission of Don Bosco Secondary School is to impart quality education to underprivileged youth so that they may achieve their full human potential.

We seek to create a conducive environment for all students and ensure that each student is a successful learner, is fully respected, and learns to respect others.

MOTTO
Education is a matter of the Heart.

OBJECTIVES
• To impart secondary school education with necessary skills for human development.
• To equip youth with life skills and self confidence.
• To facilitate higher education opportunities by net working with the government and other organisations.
• To address the educational needs of the youth, community and the society.

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