Scholastic Philosophy

Don Bosco Preparatory High School offers a traditional college-preparatory liberal arts curriculum, the goal of which is to support each individual student’s needs and challenge all students to achieve their academic potential.

We set high standards for personal responsibility and place an emphasis on intellectual curiosity, integrity, and respect for others. Across academic disciplines, Don Bosco Prep seeks to develop strong critical thinkers, creative problem solvers, and effective communicators.  

Program of Studies

A Challenging, Rigorous Curriculum For Students

Our Faculty Promotes

  • Respect for all people and cultures.
  • The ability to think, speak, and write precisely and cogently.
  • Familiarity with and appreciation for various forms of literary, artistic, and musical expression.
  • An understanding of major historical forces that have shaped today’s society.
  • The development of mathematical and reasoning skills.
  • The skills necessary to use modern technology.
  • Knowledge of the Catholic faith and an appreciation for the beliefs and teachings of the Salesian order.

Graduation Requirements

  • 4 years of English
  • 4 years of Mathematics
  • 3 years of Lab Science (Biology, Chemistry, Physics)
  • 4 years of Social Studies
  • 3 years of World Language (4 years recommended)
  • 4 years of Physical Education
  • 4 years of Theology
Don Bosco Prep HS takes Academic Integrity very seriously. 
Please review our Academic Integrity Policy to learn more.

Our Curriculum

Don Bosco Prep's academic program strives to ensure that the academic realities and needs of all students are met so that they may fulfill their potential.

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  • College Prep (CP)

    The College Prep level is intended for students whose grades, test scores, and/or teacher recommendations indicate average or above-average academic promise.
  • Honors

    The Honors level is intended for students whose grades, test scores, and/or teacher recommendations indicated superior academic promise.
  • Advanced Placement (AP)

    The Advanced Placement level is intended for junior and senior students who have proven an aptitude and maturity to take college-level courses in high school.

FDU Middle College Program

Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Middle College Program (MCP) is a concurrent program that provides an opportunity for qualified high school students to get an early start on college education by earning college credits while still in high school.

The credits earned are recognized as high school credits toward graduation but are also entered onto the student’s permanent Fairleigh Dickinson University (FDU) transcript. Most MCP courses are transferable to four-year colleges and universities.

Students must meet the criteria established by their high school (made available during the course selection process) in order to enroll in these courses.

Contact Academic Department

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  • Mr. Craig Jandoli 

    Assistant Principal of Academics
  • Photo of Ermanno Morelli

    Mr. Ermanno Morelli 


Don Bosco Prep

492 N. Franklin Turnpike
Ramsey, NJ 07446
Phone: 201-327-8003 Fax: 201-327-3397
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