St. John Bosco Academy

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Each year, Graduation Rites, Commencement Exercises, Moving Up Ceremonies (whatever you may call them) bring profound joy not only to the students but most of all to the parents and guardians who are always working hard to provide for their children the best catholic education. St. John Bosco Academy has given to our beloved country and to the Universal Church graduates who have been formed and taught in a Christian way, who continue to bring honor to this Institution, and who are still standing tall in the society making St. John Bosco proud.

To you, dear students, it is always great to have someone to look up to. Being students of St. John Bosco Academy, I presume you have known our very own St. John Bosco like you know your best friend.
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In school,… it is far more honorable to fail than to cheat. Teach him to learn how to gracefully lose, and enjoy winning when he does win. Try to give my son the strength not to follow the crowd when everyone else is doing it. Teach him to listen to everyone, but teach him also to filter all that he hears on a screen of truth and take only the good that comes through. Teach him to sell his talents and brains to the highest bidder but never to put a price tag on his heart and soul.…. let him have the patient to be brave. Teach him to have sublime faith in himself, because then he will always have sublime faith in mankind, (and) in GOD.”
This story, I think is true to all parents who are here present and to all the parents in the world. You may not have written to you children’s teachers; however, I believe you share the same sentiment as President Lincoln. You all desire to see your children being taught the right Moral Values and Christian virtues which are invaluable riches and treasures compared to being wealthy and
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