The Genazzano FCJ College Archives hold many precious artefacts and documents that preserve and tell the history of the school and the close-knit community of students, FCJ sisters, teachers, parents and alumnae that surrounds it.

The Genazzano FCJ College archives are located on campus and contain a large collection of items that trace the history of the Order of the Faithful Companions of Jesus (FCJ) and of the school they founded in 1889.

The archival collection includes a variety of objects and documents. Some objects, such as photographs, architectural plans, yearbooks, school magazines, ledgers and reports, uniforms, and trophies, reflect the rich history of the school, and how it developed and changed over the years. There are also memorabilia items of a more personal nature, such as badges, albums, letters, and books, and they detail the lives, memories and experiences of the Genazzano students and community.

We welcome research inquiries into the history of the school and the students. We are also always delighted to receive offers of donations to the archives.

If you are interested in speaking with our Archivist or donating an item to our collection, please send an email to: [email protected]

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