St. John Bosco secondary School Doma is a citadel of academic excellence. With a student population of Six Hundred and Fifteen (615), the school has six different classes: three at the Junior Secondary Level (JSS1-3) and three at the Senior Secondary Level (SSS1-3). Each of these classes has three arms (A, B &C). At the junior secondary level, students offer the same subjects according to their different classes, while at the senior secondary level, students offer subjects according to their career lines.
The academic structure of the school is divided into seven different departments namely:
- English department
- Mathematics department
- Science department
- Management department
- Civic/Christian religious Knowledge department
- Computer department
- Social science department.
Being an outstanding institution of academic excellence, the school uses both WAEC and NECO curriculum/syllabus for the academic upbringing of their students. The school has about forty (40) qualified teachers, teaching different subjects who are gifted with intelligence, hard work and skill all put together in bringing out the best from their students.
As a result of the combined efforts of staff and students in the quest for academic excellence, the school has recorded commendable success in academic performance. This is evident in the outstanding performance of the students in the external examinations and competitions both within and outside of Nasarawa State. For three consecutive years (2012-2014), the school has produced the second best in 2012, overall best in 2013 and third best student in 2014 in the National Examination Council (NECO) conducted Senior Secondary School Examination, (SSCE) in Nasarawa State. These outstanding performances by these students have gained the school merit awards of academic excellence from Learn Africa Publishers, Nigeria plc.
In competitions, the school has also received awards of academic excellence from Cowbell, The NNPC and Olympiad among many others.