St. Sava's Serbian Orthodox Seminary (Libertyville, Illinois)

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St. Sava Serbian Orthodox School of Theology (Libertyville, Illinois) is the professional theological school in the Serbian Orthodox Church in USA and Canada. The school is located in Libertyville, Illinois, collocated with the St. Sava Serbian Orthodox Monastery.

St Sava provides a four year theological eduction for the priestly and religious education vocations in a program that grants a Bachelor’s degree upon graduation. The classes are open to both male and female students. Classes are taught in both English and Serbian.

The student body of St. Sava school is currently 23 (2006). The school possesses a library of 8,000 titles

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