Teachers Training on Emotional Hygiene
Our DBTI Henderson and DBRTC teachers have undergone a week training on Emotional Hygiene. The workshop was conducted by Fr. Joe Kokkandathil, SDB from India. As part of the institute professional development plan, all teachers responded positively and participated actively. The workshop took place in DBTI Henderson from 3 to 6 pm, from Monday the […]
Awareness and Career Talks
It is part of the school plan to offer opportunities for us students to be aware of what the society needs from us more than what we learn from books. Thus, for this term 2 the school has respectively organized career talks and awareness. On the 2nd and 16th of May the school held talk […]
Mary Help of Christian Celebration
While the Salesian world celebrated on 24 May the solemnity of Mary Help of Christians, DBTI Henderson celebrated on the 25th of May. After a week of festive activities, such bulletin board decoration with Marian Picture, Novena and competitions, on that Friday Fr Angelo, SDB came to be the main celebrant of the Holy Eucharist. […]
Feast Day of St. Domininc Savio
On the 4th of May, we Bosconian students of both DBTI in Henderson and Tetere celebrated our first model bosconian saint St. Dominic Savio with high colors and laughter. This joint celebration of the schools gave a feeling of gratitude and camaraderie to all the students as it was after long time that both institutes […]
Welcome to our KOICA Volunteers
DBTI Henderson has been blessed with the presence of two new volunteers last May. Mr. Lee and Mr. Jun are both from South Korea under the KOICA organization. Their first impression of Solomon is beautiful, while that of Don Bosco is enriching. They will be respectively attached to Automotive and Information Technology Departments. For their […]
SALT Program 2018: Whispering the Gospel Through Service
DBTI Henderson has organized its SALT Program 2018. The activities started on Friday 20/04 with an overnight camp. On the schedule were Fun Games and talks on the theme of “Whispering the Gospel through service.” The two facilitators of the camp were Fr. Moise, and Mr. Thomas Kevaro. Respectively they highlighted the power of action […]
Don Bosco

Don Bosco was creative, enthusiastic and enterprising in his work. He wrote and edited booklets, school texts, histories, digests, magazines, fliers, plays. From his earliest years as a priest, Don Bosco communicated through his whole demeanour and person, through games, talking, visiting, preaching, and publishing. Communicating through the internet and publishing is a priority for Salesians. Inspired by this example of Don Bosco and the early Salesians, Social Communication continues an important priority.