List of Catholic Schools In Uganda

List of Catholic Schools In Uganda

A Catholic school is a parochial school or education ministry of the Catholic Church. As of 2011, the Catholic Church operates the world’s largest non-governmental school system. In 2016, the church supported 43,800 secondary schools, and 95,200 primary schools

St charles technical institute Butende

St Edward’s Secondary School Bukuumi

St Noa Girls Secondary School Zana

St. Agnes Catholic Girls’ Boarding Primary School, Naggalama

St. Augustine’s College- Wakiso

St. Henry’s College Kitovu (SHACK)

St. Henry’s Girls’ S.S. Buyege

St. Henrys Primary School Muyenga

St. Joseph’s College Layibi

St. Joseph’s Senior Secondary School Naggalama


St. Kizito S.S. Bugolobi

St. Maria Goretti Sen. Sec. School, Katende

St. Peter’s Senior Secondary School Nsambya (SPENSA)

St. Thereza Namilyango Girls’ Boarding Primary School

St.Savio Junior School Kisubi

Stella Maris College – Nsube.

Is Catholic school private?

It is rare that (public or private) Catholic schools require students or their parents to profess the Roman Catholic faith these days. It is usually enough that schools are allowed to teach Roman Catholic doctrine to children.

Do you have to be a Catholic to go to a Catholic school?

Most important, along with academics, many parents say, is that Catholic schools provide discipline and instruct students in morals and values through their religious teaching. Non-Catholic pupils are required to take Catholic religion classes, and attend Mass, although they do not take Communion

What do you learn in a Catholic school?

The leaders, teachers and students are required to focus on four fundamental rules initiated by the Church and school. This includes the Catholic identity of the school, education in regards to life and faith, celebration of life and faith, and action and social justice

Is Catholic school education better?

Do Catholic School Students Have a Better Chance of Getting Into College? Private schools overall have high graduation rates — about 95 percent on average — and the rate at Catholic schools is even higher: about 97 percent. (By contrast, the public school high school graduation rate is about 84 percent.)

What is the purpose of a Catholic school?

The purpose of the schools was and is to provide Catholic instruction and development. Large numbers of men and women, educated at minimum cost to their parents in Catholic schools, have abandoned the practice and support of their faith.