Born on 26 October 1925, in Brusnik, Bitola. Participated in the NLM and was awarded Partisan Memorial 1941. He was a member of SKOJ from January 1941, member of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia from November 1943. He graduated from the Institute of Social Studies in Belgrade. Stankovski was Member of the Secretariat of the Federal Council of the Association of the Unions in Macedonia, Secretary of the Executive Committee of the Communist Party of Macedonia (CPM), President of the Conference of SSRNM, Member of the Presidency of Central Committee of CPM. On the 8th Congress of CPY he was elected as a Member of the Central Committee of CPY.
As a young man, Boshko Stankovski was included in the activities of the Youth Liberation Congress, and later he was elected as President of its Central Committee.
From 1947 to 1948 he attended the Party School of the Central Committee of CPM, and in 1951/1952 he was a teacher and deputy principal of this School. In 1952/1953 and 1953/1954 he was a student on the Institute of Social Studies in Belgrade, where he graduated with highest marks. From 1960 to 1962 he was Head of the Marxist Centre of the Central Committee of CPM.
Because of his dynamic social and political activity and work in the state government bodies, Boshko Stankovski is a laureate of many awards. He was awarded the Order of the Republic, Order of Labor with Red Flag, Order of Brotherhood and Unity with Silver and Golden Wreath and Medal for Courage. He also received several medals of honour from other countries.
At the Constitutive Session of the Assembly of Socialist Republic of Macedonia, third Meeting of the Delegates, held on 28th April 1982, on which the new composition of the Presidency of SRM and of the Executive Council were constituted, Boshko Stankovski was elected President of the Assembly of the Socialist Republic of Macedonia. On that joint meeting of all the Councils of the Assembly, the new members of the Presidency of SRM were elected: Dzemail Vejseli, Vancho Apostolski, Filip Brajkovski, Tome Buklevski, Angel Chemerski, Blagoja Taleski, Blagoj Popov and Fahri Kaja. Dragoljub Stavrev was elected President of the Executive Council of the Assembly of SRM.
Boshko Stankovski was President of the Assembly until 28th of April 1984. He tragically lost his life on 13th March 1987.