The Capuchin Province of Tanzania owns and administers Maua Seminary. The Seminary is located within the juridical boundary of the Catholic Diocese of Moshi which is in the North Eastern Tanzania at the slopes of Mountain Kilimanjaro, about 50 Kilometres from Moshi Town Centre. The altitude at the Seminary is 1666 Meters above the sea level.
Maua Seminary was established in 1970 by Franciscan Capuchin Missionaries from Switzerland; and it started with a small group of 30 students. Since then it has grown substantially. Currently we have 254 registered students of Form I-VI who study in Maua Seminary from different parts of Tanzania. The first Form IV graduated in 1973.
Providing a high quality secondary education to the students, with holistic formation aimed at forming Tanzanian boys for Priestly and Religious Vocation.
Our Spiritual life is based on faith and reason, this spiritual life helps us to be Christians who not only believe, but also understand why we believe.
As a Franciscan virtue and a part of formation, we do works such as gardening , livestock keeping e.t.c
All information about admission and qualifications required to join us.
Form Six Graduation 2021 in manual slideshow photos
A mustard seed sown on the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro
New 25 students to inspire others to do more
A movement for finding justice for all creatures and thinking on ways of saving mother earth from furious destruction.
See how useless farm product can become important and economic.(A research at frasema).
Saint Francis of Assisi was a unique spiritual personality who gave up a life of wealth and social position to embrace a life of poverty and chastity.