“Let your light shine before others,” Matthew 5:16

For the past 16 years, St. John Bosco Catholic School has been helping the light of God and quality education shine in our students and community. None of this would be possible without generous donors like you.

For the 2023-2024 school year, we are asking you to BE OUR LIGHT by financially supporting St. John Bosco Catholic School through donation(s) to our Annual School Fund Drive. By being our light, you allow us to continue to provide a high-quality education, both academically and religiously.

In addition to providing an excellent education, we have several initiatives for the year:

  • Complete the large boiler system upgrade
  • Update and improve school safety mechanisms
  • Undergo a facility assessment and create a facility improvement plan for the next 15 years
  • Increase enrollment by 5% by creating an annual marketing campaign to ‘Shine a Light’ on St. John Bosco Catholic School

Make Your Donation Count

We have three donor challenges this year. For each one of the following milestones that we reach, St. John Bosco Catholic School will receive an additional $5,000:

  • Receive 100 donations by October 20th, 2023
  • Raise $50,000 by November 15th, 2023
  • Obtain $5,000 in donations from new donors by November 30th, 2023

 

Please donate today to help us to not only unlock these additional donations, but also to continue to foster a positive environment where students can grow and learn.

 

How to Donate:

  • Online Donation:
    Donate electronically via the PayPal button in the righthand column.
  • Check:
    Make check payable to St. John Bosco.
    Drop off in school office or mail to:
    730 W. Maple Street
    Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235

 


thank you for your support to St. John Bosco Catholic School and our mission:

St. John Bosco School is shaping future leaders by providing academic excellence in a caring
4K-8 Catholic environment where God’s gifts are nurtured and where faith is put into action.


St. John Bosco Catholic School
is a consolidation of the three historic Catholic schools in Door County. We offer a value-based education, committed to nurturing and challenging our students mind, body, soul, and spirit.

For more information please contact our principal, Michael Robey at 920.743.4144