LITURGY & SPIRITUALITY

With Christ as guide and model, the Seminarians do their best to comply to principles and modalities of prayer and spiritual life

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ACADEMICS & STUDIES

The Seminary ensures an up-to-date National School Teaching Curriculum and has remained unrivalled in academic prowess

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MATURITY & FORMATION

Obedience, discipline and accountablity is our watchword. The Seminarians are trained to be responsible and matured in their endeavours.

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SOCIALS & SKILL AQUISITION

The seminarians are also exposed to the world of music and musical instruments, sports, languages, cultural dances and other human skills.

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Most Rev. Valerian Okeke

Proprietor

Fr. Charles Onwumelu

Rector

A DAY IN THE SEMINARY

A day in the Seminary comprises of the following activities from prayers, Eucharistic Celebration, functions, meals, Classes, studies, rest, games/labour studies etc.

SEMINARY CALENDAR

The Seminary Calendar runs from the middle of September to the end of July of the next year. The Seminarians go for Christmas break and Easter break respectively. The month of August and some part of September is for the Long Vacation.

SEMINARY FEAST

The Seminary celebrates her annual feast day on November 1st the Solemnity of All Saints. She got her name All Hallows from this very feast and celebration.

SEMINARY PUBLICATIONS

The Seminary has to her credit two magazines published every year. The Official School magazine is the "Tommorow" while the "Thinker" magazine is published by ONYCAS of which the Seminary is the headquaters.

SEMINARY NEWS & EVENTS

The Seminary has activities and events worth celebrating and rejoicing about. These activities are important to the Seminary and they form of the Seminary lifestyle.

PARENTS TEACHERS DIALOGUE (P.T.D)

The Seminary has two times in a year, a dialogue involving the Parents, Teachers, and the Seminary itself. This offers both the Parents, Teachers and the Seminary management an opportunity to work together for the good of the seminarians.

ALUMNI

The Seminary has her Alumni section call AHOBA - All Hallows Old Boys Association. This is an association of all who have passed through All Hallows seminary.

FRIENDS OF ALL HALLOWS SEMINARY ONTISHA (FAHSO)

FAHSO is group of individuals who have voluntarily come together as one because they love and share in the interest and concerns of the Seminary. This group offer assitance in planning and execution of some activities and events of the Seminary.

SEMINARY LIFE & ACTIVITIES

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