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We offer Science and Arts as Majors.

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ABOUT US

St Louis College, a girls school was established by the first proprietor Rt. Rev. Dr. John Reddington, the then Catholic Bishop of Jos on the 25th of January 1960, at the first site, Our Lady of Fatima Primary School, Laranto road Jos. It finally moved to the permanent site along Joseph Gomwalk road Jos on the 7th October 1960 with thirty girls.

Its establishment came shortly after the establishing of the boys students secondary schools: St Joseph College Vom and St Murumba College Jos. This is to cater for the secondary education of girls in this part of the country as part of the Catholic Diocese of Jos own contribution to the qualitative man-power development of the country, which was a greater need at the time when there was very little attention given to the education of girls.

The school started at Our Lady of Fatima primary school with Sr. Derinella now called Sr Patricia Moloney as the principal.

To be witnesses to the kingdom and vessels of truth, justice, love and service. To nurture all the members of the school of the community in a selfless model of Christ who came not to be served but to serve.
To offer sound intellectual, moral and physical education, aimed at character molding and leadership training. To prepare the young women to take their proper place in the civic and professional life of the society.

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Considering desire as primary motivation for the generation of narratives is a useful concept.

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I feel the presence of the Almighty, who formed us in his own image, and the breath.