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. Catholic schools participate in the evangelizing mission of the Church, integrating religious education as a core subject within their curriculum.
Below are the List Of Catholic Founded Schools In Uganda
Adilang Secondary School
Adumi Secondary School
Agweng Secondary School
Aidan College School
Akura Seed Secondary School
Alemere Comprehensive Secondary School
All Saints Secondary School
All Saints Secondary School Ociba
Amwa Comprehensive Secondary School
Angal Secondary School
Apostles Of Jesus Seminary
Aputi Secondary School
Arch Bishop Bakyenga Vocational Secondary School
Archbishop Flynn Secondary School
Archbishop Kiwanuka Secondary Schools
Archbishop Odongo James College
Aria Secondary School
Aripea Secondary School
Asili Girls Vocational Secondary Schools
Atyak Secondary School
Bilbao Secondary School
Bishop Angelo Tarantino Memorial Secondary School
Bishop Callist Mpungu Community Secondary School
Bishop Comboni College, Kambuga
Bishop Federicus Secondary School
Bishop Ogez High School
Bishop Robert Nyanja Secondary School
Bishop Robert Vocational Secondary School
Bishop Wandera Girls Secondary School
Blessed Comboni Secondary School,kigumba
Blessed Damian Secondary School
Blessed Jildo Irwa $ Daudi Oilelo
Blessed Mother Theresa Coll.
Blessed Sacrament Secondary Schools. Kayayumbe
Bubangizi Secondary Schools
Bubukwanga Secondary School
Budadiri Girls Secondary School
Budini Secondary Schools.
Buhara Secondary School
Buluguyi Secondary School
Buryansungwe Secondary School
Busalamu Secondary School
Bushwere Secondary School
Buswale Secondary School
Butiiti Centenary S S
Butogota Trinity College
Card E. Wamala Vocational Secondary School
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.
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.
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.