Accommodation and Boarding

There are staff bungalows and teachers’ flats where instructors of the students reside. There is also a Fathers’ residence which hosts the school’s chaplain and other priests of theRoman Catholic Diocese of Koforidua.

POJOSS houses most of its students through the provision of boarding houses. Currently, there are seven houses including the minor seminary.
 
The houses are as follows:
 
  • POPE JOHN HOUSE. This is the minor Seminary wing of the School. 
  • BOWERS HOUSE named after the founder of the School, Bishop Joseph Oliver Bowers. 
  • MPOSO HOUSE named after Nana Frempong MPOSO II, the then Chief of Effiduase who gave out the land POJOSS is currently situate on. 
  • ELSBERND HOUSE named after the first headmaster of POJOSS, Reverend Father Alphonse Elsbernd. 
  • BOAKYE HOUSE named after the first Ghanaian teacher in the School, Mr. Paul Ohene-Boakye. 
  • AMOS HOUSE named after the second headmaster of the school, Reverend Father Amos ¬†Fredrichs whose tenure was between 1961 to 1974. 
  • KALENGA HOUSE named after the former Apolistic Nunio to Ghana in 2008, Most Rev. Leon Badikebele Kalenga.

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