Don Bosco Technical High School (Boston)
|Don Bosco Technical High School|
|330 Tremont Street
Don Bosco Technical High School(Changed to St. John Bosco in 1967) is a defunct all-boys Roman Catholic secondary school for grades 9 through 12. Founded for immigrant boys by the Salesians of Don Bosco, a religious order of priests and brothers, the school was situated at 300 Tremont Street near the red light district, Boston, Massachusetts, United States from 1955 until its closure in 1998. It was under the remit of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston.
Notable graduates of Don Bosco include Stephen Wright
- Steve DeOssie, former National Football League player
- Kevin Mackey, National Basketball Association scout for the Indiana Pacers
- Rob Watts, author
- John Shumski, Drafted St. Louis Blues 1982 Entry.
- Ryan Gobbi, Mass Maritime Academy, Cox Engineering Hockey White Team Captain
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