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Our Impact

For 12 consecutive years,  DBCR has maintained a 100% college acceptance rate with more than 95% direct enrollment in college.

See Why Students Love DBCR

Having immigrant parents had an impact on my transition to DBCR. My expectations were high and I didn’t have the resources to help me fully. As a first-generation student, I’m incredibly grateful for all the resources Don Bosco has provided me.

Rebecca a.

I value being a member of the Youth Ministry team. I want to give a big thank you to Fr. John Serio and his fellow Salesian priests; they have been guiding me both spiritually and mentally. The faculty and staff at Don Bosco always help me rise when I’m not at my best.

 Samuel A.

My favorite part of DBCR is the small community, it’s very nice and very inclusive to everyone—feels like a great environment where I can express myself and I feel like I wouldn’t get it anywhere else.

Estephanie A.

Alumni Highlights


Karen Salmeron '12
Villanova University '16
Georgetown University MA '22

Karen, our first alumni to serve on our Board of Directors, is working as the Engagement Coordinator at Georgetown University’s Office of Government Relations and Community Engagement, while pursuing a master’s degree.


Cesar Cisneros '19
Cornell University '23

Cesar, is our first alumni to be accepted to an Ivy League school.


Julio Salmeron '18
Georgetown University '22
Georgetown University's Walsh School Of Foreign Science '24

Julio won the 2022 prestigious Thomas R. Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellowship! Summer of 2022, Julio joined the McLarty Associates as a Graduate Fellow in Mexico and Northern Latin America Practice and is starting graduate school.