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St Joseph College, Aalst

St Joseph's College (Dutch, Sint-Jozefscollege) is a Roman Catholic subsidized free school for general secondary education founded by the Society of Jesus in Aalst. The school building is a protected monument.[1]

History

In 1622, the Jesuits founded a school dedicated to Saint Joseph at the Pontstraat in Aalst. A century later, a church hall with a baroque facade was added. St Joseph College was continually expanded over the centuries and rebuilt. In 1997, the school complex was made a protected monument.[1][2]

Former students

Notable students of the school include:[2]

Galllery

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Databank of Intermediary Structures retrieved 20 February 2014
  2. 2.0 2.1 St Joseph Aalst site retrieved 20 February 2014

External links

St Joseph's College site


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