List Of Missionary Schools In Uganda
A mission school or missionary school is a religious school originally developed and run by Christian missionaries. The mission school was commonly used in the colonial era for the purposes of Westernization of local people
Below are the List Of Missionary Schools In Uganda
St. Mary’s College Kisubi
Rainbow International School
Mount Saint Mary’s College Namagunga
Nabisunsa Girls’ Secondary School
St.Kizito senior Secondary School
Kampala International School Uganda
Gayaza High School
Doors Mission School
Mengo Senior School
Adilang Secondary School
Adumi Secondary School
Agweng Secondary School
Aidan College 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
Bubangizi Secondary Schools
Bubukwanga Secondary School
Budadiri Girls Secondary School
Budini Secondary Schools
Buhara Secondary School
Butiiti Centenary S S
Butogota Trinity College
Card E. Wamala Vocational Secondary School
What education is needed to become a missionary?
Ministry Educational Requirements If you are aspiring to be a director of a ministry, mission, or non-profit organization, you will most likely need a bachelor’s degree, although some organizations may not require a degree while others may prefer a candidate with a master’s degree in business administration.
Which schools did the missionaries build in Uganda?
On the request of Sir Apollo Kaggwa, the CMS Missionaries established Mengo High School in 1903, King’s College Buddo in 1905 and Gayaza High School also in 1905 for the daughters of the chiefs and of the most important Protestant families in Uganda.
What was the first missionary school to be built in Uganda?
The first class still stands at Mackay Memorial Primary School near Nateete, Kampala in form of a cave built in 1883. The Scottish missionary was born in 1849 to Rev. Dr. Alexander Mackay.
Who were the first missionaries in Uganda?
Shergold Smith and C. T.Wilson of the Church Missionary Society (CMS) were the first European Anglican missionaries to Uganda when they arrived in June 1877. They, along with others who arrived later, were based in the court of the Kabaka of Buganda near present-day Kampala.