Don Bosco’s motto: “Give me souls, take away the rest.” expresses his zeal for the salvation of the young. The overriding concern for the spiritual welfare of the young that animated Don Bosco’s life still animates his schools today. Therefore, great emphasis is given to religious formation.

As a Catholic School, it requires all students to study the Catholic faith as a regular academic subject. Besides what is laid down in the commandments of God and of the Catholic church, students are expected to:


Belongingness to Jesus

Optimism and Joy

Service with Responsibility

Communion with the Church

Ordinary Life Spirituality




Delegates from Don Bosco Tarlac were present together with other Don Bosco settings at the 12th Live Pure Conference at the Ynares Sports Arena on October 14.

With the theme "Made Good", this year's Live Pure Conference focused on the good of sexuality through chastity.

"We want to remind young people about the beauty of our sexuality or the authentic manhood and womanhood," stated Live Pure National Coordinator Mr. Jam Michaelson.

Said conference began with a holy rosary led by Theodosia Kyla Barrozo and Carl Janzhen Malihan of DB-Tarlac, followed by the celebration of the Holy Eucharist presided by Fr. Juvrlan Samia, SBD, with Fr. Jose Isidro Torres, SDB.

After various talks by multiple invited speakers, the festivities ended with a concert from Universal Records' Issa Rodriguez and 4-piece indie alternative-folk band the Ridley's.

"I have been part of the Live Pure for more than four years. I have been serving different communities for this conference, but this is the first time that God has allowed me to be the speaker, and it was really memorable because I got to share my personal stories, and I also get to experience yung joy ng mga kabataan as I give the session," main session speaker Jhoie Cerdon commented.


Report by: Errol Arvy T. Salamatin and Jaina Julia Reign B. Bernardo

Photos by: Errol Arvy T. Salamatin and Lourice Gabriel Obiena


Excelsior 2023-2024: Spiritual Retreat of 12 Boscariol and Bragion

September 13-15, 2023

Remember that you are loved! He created you in His image and likeness. Transcend and Soar High! 

Excelsior: Upward and Onward to Greater Glory


Excelsior 2023-2024

Spiritual Retreat of 12 Glowicki

September 20-22, 2023

Go! Grow! Glowicki!

The world needs your glow, shrine brightly!


Upward and Onward to Greater Glory


Excelsior 2023-2024

Spiritual Retreat of 12 Iriarte

September 27-29, 2023

“I am not capable of doing big things, but I want to do everything, even the smallest things, for the greater glory of God.”

- St Dominic Savio


Upward and Onward to Greater Glory


Excelsior 2023-2024

Spiritual Retreat of 12 Monchiero

October 4-6, 2023

“There are no easy answers.

No quick solutions.

No clear paths for resolving the hardest in life.

But we can choose forgiveness.

We can choose grace.

No matter what, we can still choose love.”

-Lauren Fortenberry


Upward and Onward to Greater Glory


Excelsior 2023-2024

Spiritual Retreat of 12 Orsolin

October 11-13, 2023

“Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go.”

-Joshua 1:9


Upward and Onward to Greater Glory


Excelsior 2023-2024

Spiritual Retreat of 12 Schwarz

November 8-10, 2023

“To know that you are young is sufficient reason for me to care for your welfare. I care for you, because you have in your hearts the treasure of virtue."- St John Bosco


Upward and Onward to Greater Glory


LaMPs Retreat and Team Building 

October 27-29, 2023

Don Bosco Batulao

We thank our preachers: 

Fr Donnie Duya, SDB - Topic: Soulful Renewal

Fr Rene Lagaya, SDB - Topic: Maturing Joyfully

“Do not lose any time. Do good, do all the good you can and you will never regret doing it. Forget the services you have rendered to others, but not those rendered to you.” 

- St John Bosco

SY 2022-2023 RETREAT

EXCELSIOR Batch 2023 - Blue Patch

Spiritual Retreat 

Don Bosco Batulao & Mt Talamitam

Upward and Onward to Greater Glory

"Walk with your feet on Earth. But in your heart be in Heaven."

-Don Bosco


Mental health is not a luxury; it's a fundamental part of our well-being.💙

The Guidance and Testing Office is spearheading an awareness that emphasizes the importance of mental well-being for the students as well as for LaMPs. We understand that your mental health is not just an afterthought; it's an important part of growth, happiness, and success. We're here to remind you that seeking help is a sign of strength. 

At DBTI, it's not just a hashtag; it's a commitment to each one's mental health journey.

Let's prioritize it, talk about it, and support one another because the strength of a society lies in the mental health of its individuals.🗣️  

For more details on our Mental Health Awareness activities, please refer to the photos.