St John Bosco College
St John Bosco College (SDB) is a coeducational college and sixth form. The Salesians of Don Bosco built their first school in Battersea in 1895. The present school, which replaced Salesian College and St John Paul II school, opened in 2015, in a new building complex which also incorporates the Sacred Heart church and the Battersea Salesian community, a formation centre for young Salesians, and a hospitality centre for groups of young people and their teachers.
Savio Salesian College
Savio Salesian College (SDB) is a secondary school for girls and boys aged 11-16. The school opened in 1964 on another site in Bootle, and was initially known as St Martin's College. The school moved to the current site shortly after, when the buildings were completed.
Salesian School and College
Salesian School and Salesian Sixth Form College was founded as a boys' school by the Salesians in 1919, and merged with the Don Bosco Convent school for girls in 1971, to form a mixed school for students aged 11 to 16.
Salesian College (SDB) was established by the Salesians in 1901. It is an independent school for boys aged 11-16, with a coeducational sixth form.
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Thornleigh Salesian College
Thornleigh Salesian College is a secondary school with sixth form on the same site, educating boys and girls from 11-18. The Salesians founded the college as a boys' school in 1925.