Category Archives: PLE Results

St. Henry’s College, Kitovu

St. Henry’s College Kitovu is a boys boarding government-aided secondary school that was founded by the White Fathers in 1922. It is located in Masaka District, 120 km from Kampala, the capital city of Uganda. The College has located 4 km from Masaka Town and 2 km from the Nyendo surbub atop the Kitovu Hill near the  Roman… Read More »

St. Mary’s College Kisubi

Up boy’s truest fame lies in high endeavour. Play the game, and keep the flame burning brightly ever. St. Mary’s College Kisubi is a private, boarding middle and high school located in Wakiso District in the Central Region of Uganda. Established in 1906. Address: 4GCM+JFQ, Kisubi, Uganda Alumni: Smackists Houses: 4 Number of students: 1,400+ (2018) Founded: 1906 Nickname: SMACK, Eagles St Mary’s College… Read More »

St. Mary’s Sec. School Kitende

St. Mary’s Boarding Secondary School Kitende (SMASK) was established in the year 2001 by Dr. Lawrence Mulindwa, to provide world-class education and promote sports in Uganda. We have registered success in both the education and sports fields, breaking and making numerous records and milestones in the process. The SMASK Experience St. Mary’s Kitende environment is just ideal for… Read More »

Vienna College Namugongo

Vienna College is home to over four hundred students, most of whom reside on the extensive campus. The focus of their academic education is preparation and participation in the IGCSE and GCE “A-level” Courses. Vienna College is a Cambridge International (CIE) Centre UG010. Requirements This is the list of personal items a student has to bring to the… Read More »

Uganda Martyrs’ Secondary School Namugongo – Wakiso Town, Central Region

Uganda Martyrs’ Secondary School Namugongo is a privately sponsored secondary school in Uganda. The school is located in Kira Sub-County, Wakiso District, Uganda. NEW CURRICULUM FOR LOWER SECONDARY EXTRACTS FROM NCDC CIRCULAR 1/ DATED 2ND JANUARY N.B: General Science will only be done by Special needs students The choice for the elective subjects will be made from the following… Read More »

Uganda Bible Institute – Mbarara

Uganda Bible Institute Mbarara is a twelve-acre campus located in Southwest Uganda on the northeast side of Mbarara at Nyamityobora. In 2008, Uganda Bible Institute was granted a license to operate as a Tertiary Institution by the National Council for Higher Education. The programs currently offered are Certificates and Diplomas in Theology. Students have options of either full-time recess… Read More »

Trinity College Nabbingo – Nabbingo, Wakiso District

Trinity College Nabbingo was founded in 1942 by the White Fathers, who are affiliated with the Roman Catholic Church. TRICONA was established, having realized that the secondary education of Catholic girls needed to be addressed as well. Trinity College Nabbingo | TRICONA is located on a hill in the village of Nabbingo, in Wakiso District. This location lies… Read More »

Tororo Girls School – Tororo

Tororo Girls School (TGS) is an all-round girls boarding government-aided school with a current enrolment of 1415 both O’ and A’ level. TGS is composed of teaching and non-teaching staff, the teaching staff is composed of 60 teachers and 76 support staff. The trend of academics at TGS has been positively improving. This is due to the combined… Read More »

Serere Township Secondary School – Serere District

Serere Township Secondary School is a government-sponsored, private coeducational secondary school in Serere, Eastern Uganda. The school caters for both boarding and day pupils. The lower secondary provides 4 years of schooling at the end of which students sit Uganda Certificate of Education exams in up to 8 subjects. Address: Plot 18-34 Block J Serere Town council, Uganda Hours: … Read More »

St. Kaggwa Bushenyi High School – Bushenyi

ST. Kagwa Bushenyi High School was started in 1968 by the Mbarara Diocese and granted aided by the government in 1976. under the headship of Rev. Fr. Bruno Loiselle (RIP) from Canada. It has developed over the years with the support of the parents and the Uganda government. The government of Uganda has been paying salaries for some… Read More »