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Bishop Mora Salesian High School is an all-male Roman Catholic high school located in the Boyle Heights community of Los Angeles, California. The school mascot is the Mustangs. It was named after Francisco Mora y Borrell, Bishop of the former Monterey-Los Angeles Diocese. Salesian is also named after St. Francis de Sales. The high school is operated by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles and associated with the Salesian Society.Early historyWhen construction on Salesian High School began in 1958, there was speculation that the school would not be successful and would close quickly, but the community of Los Angeles and the ASB, were determined to help the institution. Throughout the early years of activity its facilities served as a place where local elementary schools and neighboring communities could hold events.AcademicsWith 99 percent of its graduates going on to college, Salesian is considered the premier Catholic high school in Boyle Heights/L.A. Salesian is known for serving local public and private elementaries, and for its Salesian Boys and Girls Club (a UC/CSU center of excellence), which helps young boys and girls in the community. Salesian also is known for their charitable events, "Project Santa", and for hosting several Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) athletic events. It is associated with two other southland ASB schools, including Don Bosco Technical Institute in Rosemead and St. John Bosco High School in Bellflower which all operate closely.
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