Welcome, once more, to the WRX Property Group blog, a place for anyone interested in Kitchener-
Waterloo real-estate, and Kitchener-Waterloo in general. Over the past few days, we’ve covered the
two Catholic secondary schools in Kitchener (Resurrection Catholic Secondary School and St. Mary’s
High School) and the one in Waterloo (St. David Catholic Secondary School). Today we turn our eyes to
another Catholic secondary school of a different variety: St. Don Bosco Catholic Secondary School. This
alternative high school serves primarily senior-level students who have experienced personal or
educational difficulties during their time in school. Over the course of this article, we’ll give a survey of
the school itself, and outline some of the services it provides. Let’s get started!
In this article we’re going to take a glance at secondary schools in Kitchener-Waterloo under the Waterloo Region District School Board. If you want to look at Catholic schools, you can see our overview of Catholic High Schools in Kitchener-Waterloo.
Waterloo Region is proud to host very successful post secondary institutions, featuring an assortment of programs, specializations, activities, as well as sports. Each school in the area has it’s own story and it’s own unique offerings to students, so let’s explore what they’re all about.
The Waterloo Catholic District School Board, headquartered in Kitchener, is the eighth largest school board in Ontario, employing 3,000 full-time staff and teaching a student body of 30,000.