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St. Joseph's Secondary School

Pictures of the 70's
More Pics of The 70's
Pics of the 70's Cont.
More School Pics
Former Staff Members
School Song
Calendar of Events
St. Joseph's Primary School
Contact Us


Commemorative Plaque

                                    Esto Fidelis
                     - Be Thou Faithful -

Main Building

A high-quality education is one of the most important things that we can provide a child. Exposure to a variety of topics, people, and adventures all contribute to a fulfilling school experience.
The St. Joseph's convent website was set up to create an  audience through which past and present pupils and staff of this great institution can exchange information and be informed about events of the school. Apart from getting word out on our alumni organization, this website is hosts to a guestbook and pictues of our alma mata and members of our school band.
Established in 1868 by Roman catholic nuns from Italy, Ireland, and France, St. Joseph's Secondary School ranks amongst the Sierra Leone's top five schools in terms of academic and sport achievements. 

Science Faculty

This web site is a terrific way to access the information you need about our school, as well as serving as an educational resource. Whether you're currently enrolled or just curious about what we have to offer, you're sure to find a wealth of helpful information.
Profound appreciation to ex-conventonian, Geilo for providing the school crest, Peter Andersen for giving almost all of the pictures, and the Edwardian Alumni Asssociation for making this site a reality.

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2008-2009 School Year

Classes begin August 28
Holiday break December 23 - January 4
Classes end June 10 

School Address: 
Main Motor Road, Brookfields,
Freetown, Sierra Leone
Tel: +232 22240409
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The School Band

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Website courtesy of the Old Edwardians Alumni
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