List of best A level schools in Uganda
The A Level (Advanced Level) is a subject-based qualification conferred as part of the General Certificate of Education, as well as a school leaving qualification offered by the educational bodies in the United Kingdom and the educational authorities of British Crown dependencies to students completing secondary or pre.
Here are the List of A level schools in Uganda
Immaculate Heart Girls School
Buddo Secondary School
St Mary’s College Kisubi
Naalya SS Bweyogerere
St Mark’s College
Namirembe Hillside HS
St Mary’s SS Kitende
Seeta High School
Our Lady of Africa SS
St Peters SS Nsambya
Kawempe Muslim School
Makerere College School
St Henry’s College Kitovu
Bweranyangi Girls SS
St Mary’s Voc. Kyamuhunga
Maryhill High School
St Andrea Kahwa’s College, Hoima
Citizens SS, Ibanda
Kiira College Butiki
St Mary’s College, Rushoroza
St Thereza’s Girls’ SS Bwanda
Kitgum Matidi Seed School
Gayaza High School
Uganda Martyrs’ Secondary School Namugongo
Kings College Buddo
Mt St Mary’s Namagunga
Seeta High School, Mukono
Mbarara High School
St Kizito Katikamu Kisule SS
Standard College Ntungamo
Christ the King SS Kalisizo
Tororo Girls School
Bishop Cyprian Kihangire SS
St Catherine Bujuuko
St Joseph’s Voc. School Mbarara
St Joseph’s Girls Nsambya
Seeta HSl Green Campus, Mukono
Kitabi Seminary Bushenyi
Mandela SS, Hoima
Kakungulu Mem. School
Central College, Mityana
Citizens SS Ibanda
St Joseph’s SS, Nagalama
St Bernard’s S, Mannya
Mbuya College School
Acorns International School Cambridge A level
Galaxy International School A level
Hana International School Uganda
St Lawrence A level
1. St. Mary’s Sec. School Kitende
2. St. Mary’s College Kisubi
3. Cornerstone Leadership Academy
4. King’s College Buddo
5. Kisozi High School
6. Namilyango College
7. Immaculate Hearts Girls School
8. Uganda Martys SS Namugongo
9. Madinah Islamic Secondary School, Nsangi
10. St. Henry’s College, Kitovu
11. Seeta High School Green Campus
12. Gayaza High School
13. God’s Way High School, Maganjo
14. Mt. St. Mary’s Namagunga
15. St. Joseph’s Sec. School Naggalama
16. Seeta High School
17. Hope Senior School Biira
18. Nalya Sec. School Namugongo
19. Iganga Se. School
20. Kawempe Muslim Sec. School
21. Naalya Sec. School, Bweyogerere
22. Holy Cross Lake View SS, Jinja
23. St. Mary’s College Lugazi
24. Nabisunsa Girls School
25. Kisubi Seminary
26. Mandela Sec. School, Hoima
27. Maryhill High School
28. Nyendo Mixed Sec. School
29. Our Lady of Africa Sec. School
30. Ndejje Sec. School
31. Ntugamo Girls’ High School
32. Ntare School
33. Christ the King, Kalisizo
34. Hope Boarding Sec. School Lutembe
35. St. Joseph’s Seminary, Nyenga
36. Ibun Masood High School, Makindye
37. Mehta Secondary School
38. St. Kaggwa Bushenyi High School
39. Ntugamo High School
40. Khadija Girls Islamic Sec. School
41. Bishop Cipriano Kihangire Sec. School
42. St. Paul’s Seminary, Kabale
43. Citizens Sec. School, Ibanda
44. Gombe Sec. School
45. Brilliant High School, Kawempe
46. Serwanga-Lwanga Memorial School
47. St. Andrea Kahwa’s College, Hoima
48. Namiryango Sec. School
49. Buddo Sec. School
50. Naggalama Sec. School
51. St. Edward’s College, Galamba
52. Kiira College Butiki
53. Bishop Cyprian High School, Kyabakadde
54. St. Jude’s Sec. School, Katende
55. Viva College School, Wairaka
56. St. Bernard’s Sec. School , Mannya
57. Light Academy Sec. School
58. Fairmont High School, Mukono
59. Kanjuki Sec. School
60. Wampewo Ntakke Sec. School
61. Trinity College Nabbingo
62. St Lawrence Citizens H/S Horizon
63. Bulooba Royal College
64. Tororo Girls’ School
65. Kitangaala Transformation School
66. Mengo Secondary School
67. Namirembe Hillside High School
68. King Solomon’s College Kyatega
69. St. Peter’s Secondary School
70. Seat of Wisdom Sec. School, Kasawo
71. Notredame High School
72. Seroma Christian High School
73. St. Maria Goretti SS, Katende
74. Kakoola High School
75. St. Joseph’s Girls’ School, Nkoni
76. Luigi Giussani High School
77. Mbogo High School
78. St. Charles Lwanga Seminary
79. Hopeful Future Sec. School, Kayunga
80. Makerere College School, Mulawa
81. Masaka Sec. School
82. The Academy St. Lawrence Buddo
83. Nakanyonyi Sec. School
84. Midland High School, Kawempe
85. Mugwanya Summit College
86. Mbarara High School
87. Seeta Hill College, Mukono
88. St. Kalemba Sec. School
89. St. Cecilia Girls’ SS, Bushenyi
90. Emirates College School, Kakiri
91. Stella Maris College, Nsube
92. Bukalasa Minor Seminary
93. London College of St Lawrence
94. Nakaseke Sec. School
95. St. Joseph’s Vocational Sec. School, Mbarara
96. St. John’s Sec. School Buyambi
97. Pope John Paul II High School, Nakaseke
98. Mengo Sec. School, Annex
99. Greenlight Islamic SS, Nansana
100. Luzira Sec. School.
What is the most expensive school in Uganda?
Most Expensive Secondary Schools In Uganda
- By Ian Ortega.
- Greenhill Academy.
- Kampala International School (formerly Kabira)
- Aga Khan Secondary School.
- Vienna College (Located in Namugongo, as of 2012, school fees at this school stood at USD 1584 per term.
- Kings College Buddo.
How many schools are there in Uganda?
There are over 20,312 Primary schools in Uganda on school guide and we bring you all of them here in 134 Districts.
What are the best secondary schools in Uganda?
Top 10 Secondary Schools in Uganda
- Bethany High School.
- St. Mary’s Secondary School – Kitende.
- Kgarden Groove College.
- Makerere College School.
- Uganda Marytrs S.S. Namugongo.
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- Canadian Undergraduate International Student Scholarships.
- U.S. Undergraduate International Student Scholarships.
What is the biggest secondary school in Uganda?
Masaka Secondary School
Masaka Secondary School is a public middle and high school, administered by the Uganda Ministry of Education & Sports. With a student population in excess of 4000 in 2016, the school is one of the largest secondary schools in the country and east Africa.
Which is the oldest school in Uganda?
Mengo SSMengo stands tall as Uganda’s oldest school that grew from humble beginnings of a mere elementary school that educated boys at a junior level to a secondary school. This year Mengo SS marks 117 years, having been founded in 1895.
How many public schools are there in Uganda?
The MoES regulates more than 30,000 pre-elementary, elementary, and secondary institutions spread throughout Uganda. At the elementary level, more than 59 percent of the more than 20,000 schools in 2017 are government-owned and -supported.