Our wonderful school is founded on the teachings of St John Bosco (1815-1888), and of all his words of encouragement to his teaching staff, then and now,
I believe the most powerful to be:
“It is not enough that our students are loved, they must know they are loved.”
Bosco knew that an evangelizing community, one that ‘goes forth’ in the world to bring the good news of God’s love for us (Jn 4:19), must be seen to be fully involved in the lives of others through active participation. For those involved in education today, this means:
Here at Salesian College, I see daily examples of how our staff reach out to our students and are prepared to become involved fully in their lives:
I know when I speak with members of our Alumni about their experience of a Salesian Education, their overwhelming memory is one of being welcomed and known
by a community that cares. Bosco would be very proud of what we have achieved here in Sunbury.