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Kibuli Secondary School

Kibuli Secondary School
Location
Kibuli, Kampala, Makindye Division
Uganda
Coordinates
Information
Type Public Middle School and High School (8–13)
Motto "Seek Knowlwdge"
Established 1959
Headteacher Ali K Mugagga
Faculty 98 (2014)
Number of students 1,567 (2014)
Athletics Soccer, track, tennis, volleyball, basketball
Website

Kibuli Secondary School (KSS), is a mixed boarding middle school (grades 8-11) and high school (grades 12 to 13), in Uganda, the third-largest economy in the East African Community.

Contents

  • Location 1
  • Overview 2
  • History 3
  • Alumni 4
  • References 5
  • External link 6

Location

KSS is located on Kibuli Hill, in Makindye Division, is the south-central pat of the city of Kampala, Uganda's capital and largest city. The coordinates of Kibuli Secondary School are:0°18'38.0"N, 32°35'51.0"E (Latitude:0.310556; Longitude:32.597500).[1]

Overview

The school is affiliated with the Muslim faith, but admission is based on academic performance and is open to any interested student, regardless of religious beliefs. The schools has a reputation of being a leading academic center with a history of sporting achievements.[2]

History

Prince Badru Kakungulu, a Buganda Royal, who lived during the early 20th Century, donated the 80 acres (32 ha) on Kibuli Hill, where the school was constructed. The school was founded in 1959.[3]

Alumni

The following are some of the prominent people who have gone through the school:

References

  1. ^ Google, . "Location of Kibuli Secondary School At Google Maps".  
  2. ^ Kiyonga, Ismael (11 May 2014). "Kibuli Secondary School Clinches 9th Copa Coca Cola Championship". Kawowo.Com. Retrieved 5 September 2014. 
  3. ^ Nalubwama, Jackie (2 November 2006). "The Caning And Footballing Kibuli Secondary School".  

External link

  • Kibuli Secondary School: General Information
  • Fire Guts Kibuli Secondary School Dormitory
  • When Will New Katikkiro Visit Kibuli Mosque?
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