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UACE RESULTS 2019: Here Are The Top 500 Schools With A,B Principals…

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On Thursday, the ministry of Education and Sports minister Janet Museveni received the 2019 Uganda Advanced Certificate of Examinations (UACE) results from the Office of the President Auditorium in Kampala from UNEB.

The 2019 performance was better than that of 2018 with female candidates performing better than their male counterparts.

According to Mr. Dan Odongo, the UNEB executive secretary, 43,625 female candidates registered for the 2019 UACE exams.  Of this number, 17,907 female candidates (41.4%) passed with at least 3 principal passes, 11,453 female candidates (26.5%) passed with at least 2 principal passes, 8,858 female candidates (20.5%) passed with one principle pass while 4,671(10.7%) female candidates managed 1 subsidiary pass.

373 female students (0.9%) failed to get any principle or subsidiary pass.

This number is better when compared to the 20,830 (34.7%) of the boys’ candidates who passed with 3 principal passes at all levels and 15,533 (25.9%) who passed with at least 2 principal passes.

We bring you the schools with the greatest number of A’s and B’s. Schools in Wakiso and Kampala dominate the list with St. Mary’s SS Kitende in Wakiso district is topping the list with 261 As and 455 Bs, UGANDA MARTYRS SSS is second on the list with 242 As and 276 Bs, Kings College Buddo (Wakiso) has 184 As and 202 Bs. Others include Mengo SS, Gomba SS, Seeta High School, Citizens SS and Immaculate Heart. Below is the full list.

RANK SCHOOL DISTRICT As Bs
1 ST. MARYS SEC SCH KITENDE WAKISO 261 455
2 UGANDA MARTYRS SSS NAMUGONGO WAKISO 242 276
3 KINGS COL. BUDDO WAKISO 184 202
4 MENGO SEC SCH KAMPALA 172 252
5 GOMBA SEC SCH BUTAMBALA 145 270
6 SSETA HIGH SCH MUKONO 131 236
7 CITIZENS SEC SCH IBANDA 128 125
8 BUDDO SEC SCH WAKISO 100 256
9 IMMACULATE HEARTS  GIRLS SEC SCH RUKUNGIRI 89 231
10 ST. ANDREA KAHWA’S COL. HOIMA HOIMA 89 231
11 NTARE SEC SCH MBARARA 88 `143
12 ST. MARY’S SEC SCH, ANNEX, KITENDE WAKISO 83 170
13 ST. MARY’S COL. LUGAZI BUIKWE 81 210
14 NAMIREMBE HILLSIDE HIGH SCH WAKISO 81 174
15              OUR LADY OF AFRICA  S.S MUKONO 76 189
16 B.P CIPRIAN –KIHANGIRE SEC SCH KAMPALA 76 150
17 SEROMA CHRISTAIN HIGH SCH MUKONO 67 162
18 GAYAZA HIGH SCH WAKISO 66 89
19 KIIRA COLLEGE BUTIKI JINJA 65 110
20 NABISUNSA GIRLS SCH KAMPALA 64 159
21 IGANGA SEC. SCH IGANGA 64 155
22 MASAKA SEC SCH MASAKA 61 186
23 NAALYA SEC SCH NAMUGONGO WAKISO 59 151
24 NDEJJE SEC SCH  LUWEERO 54 122
25 ST MARK’S COL.NAMAGOMA WAKISO 52 164
26 MAKERERE COL SCH MULAWA WAKISO 51 127
27 NAALYA SEC SCH BWEYOGERERE WAKISO 51 122
28 LUZIRA SEC SCH KAMPALA 51 85
29 ST HIGH SCH GREEN COMPUS MUKONO 49 139
30 KIBULI SEC SCH KAMPALA 48 95
31 ST MARY’S COL RUSHOROZA KABALE 47 73
32 MT ST MARYS NAMAGUNGA MUKONO 46 97
33 ST MARY’S COL KISUBI WAKISO 46 84
34 KAWEMPE MUSLIM  SEC SCH KAMPALA 44 118
35 KABALE TRINITY COL KABALE 44 72
36 ST.HENRY’S COL KITOVU MASAKA 44 55
37 NAMILYANGO COL MUKONO 42 83
38 MBARARA HIGH SCH MBARARA 41 94
39 JINJA PROGRESSIVE SEC ANNEX JINJA 40 81
40 OUR LADY OF AFRICA MUKONO 39 103
41 KABALE BRAINSTORM HIGH SEC KABALE 38 33
42 NYABIKONI SEC SCH KABALE KABALE 38 33
43 MADHINA ISLAMIC SEC SCH NSANGI WAKISO 37 57
44 BULOBA HIGH SEC WAKISO 37 62  
45 BWERANYANGI  GIRLS SEC SCH BUSHENYI 36 113
46 MANDELA SEC SCH HOIMA 36 101
47 MARYHILL HIGH SCH MBARARA 36 100
48 MARYLAND HIGH SCH ENTEBBE WAKISO 36 83
49 ALLIANCE SEC SCH IBANDA IBANDA 36 72
50 LUBIRI SEC SCH ANNEX KAMPALA 35 82
51 KAKUNGULU MEM SEC SCH KAMPALA 35 61
52 BISHOPS SENIOR SEC MUKON0 34 109
53 STANDARD COL NTUGAMO NTUGAMO 31 91
54 ST PETER’S SEC SCH NSAMBYA KAMPALA 31 89
55 CENTRAL COL MITYANA MITYANA 31 85
56 IBANDA HIGH SCH IBANDA 31 20
57 ST PETER’S SEC SCH NAALYA WAKISO 30 116
58 ST.JOSEPH’S SEC SCH NAGALAMA MUKONO 30 71
59 PLUS TWO HIGH SCH BUSHENYI 30 61
60 KITENDE SEC SCH WAKISO 29 62
61 KAJJANSI PROGRESSIVE SEC SCH WAKISO 29 54
62 LONDON COL OF ST LAWRENCE WAKISO 29 51
63 KASHAKA GIRLS SEC SCH MBARARA 28 36
64 BULOOBA ROYAL COL WAKISO 26 63
65 NTUGAMO HIGH SCH NTUGAMO 25 123
66 TRINITY COL NABBINGO WAKISO 25 109
67 GOD’S WAY HIGH SCH MAGANJJO WAKISO 25 36
68 NAALYA SEC  SCH LUGAZI CAMPUS BUIKWE 24 94
69 KOLOLO SEC SCH KAMPALA 24 39
70 MITYANA MODERN SEC SCH MITYANA 23 53
71 KATIKAMU SEC SCH LUWEERO 23 52
72 LUWEERO SEC SCH LUWEERO 22 54
73 WAKISO MUSLIM SEC SCH WAKISO 21 46
74 LIGHT ACADEMY SEC SCH WAKISO 21 40
75 KASWABULI SS BUKONTE NAMUTUMBA 21 12
76 JINJA PROGRESSIVE SEC SCH JINJA 20 98
77 ST.LAWRENCE SEC SCH SONDE MUKONO 20 94
78 LUBIRI SEC SCH KAMPALA 20 66
79 JINJA SEC SCH JINJA 19 95
80 MT ST HENRY’S HIGH SCH MUKONO MUKONO 19 39
81 BISHO CYPRIAN HIGH SCH KYABAKADDE MUKONO 19 38
82 NTUGAMO GIRLS HIGH SCH NTUGAMO 19 19
83 ST JOSEPH’S VOC SCH MBARARA MBARARA 18 66
84 ST BALIKUDDEMBE SEC SCH KISOGA MUKONO 18 45
85 ST KALEMBA SEC SCH KAYUNGA 18 37
86 MAKINDYE SEC SCH KAMPALA 17 71
87 SSEK SEC SCH LWENGO 17 58
88 FORTPORTAL SEC SCH KABAROLE 17 23  
89 MBOGO MIXED SEC SCH WAKISO WAKISO 16 83
90 RINES  SEC SCH NAMUSERA WAKISO 16 61
91 IGANGA HIGH SCH IGANGA 16 59
92 KIGUMBA INTENSSIVE SEC SCH KIRYANDONGO 16 55
93 EAST HIGH SCH NTINDA KAMPALA 16 52
94 JERESSAR HIGH SCH SOROTI 16 38
95 BLESSED SECRAMENT S S KIMANYA MASAKA 16 34
96 MPOMA SCH MUKONO 16 34
97 GREEN HILL ACADEMY KAMPALA KAMPALA 16 32
98 BUBANGIZI SEC SCH MITOOMA 16 32
99 BUGEMA ADVENTIST SEC SCH LUWEERO 16 19
100 IGANGA PARENTS SEC SCH IGANGA 16 14
101 NGORA HIGH SCH NGORA 15 58
102 MBOGO COL SCH KAWEMPE KAWEMPE 15 32
103 VINE HIGH SCH KYEIZOBA BUSHENYI 15 28
104 STANDARD HIGH SCH ZZANA WAKISO 15 28
105 KISOZI HIGH SCH WAKISO 14 66
106 ST AUGUSTIN’S COL WAKISO WAKISO 14 43
107 WAMPEEWO NTAKE SEC SCH WAKISO 14 38
108 KINAAWA HIGH SCH KAWEMPE WAKISO 14 17
109 RUBAALE SEC SCH NTUGAMO 14 12
110 ST AGNES GIRLS SEC SCH BUSHENYI 13 76
111 KITAGARA SEC SCH SHEEMA 13 57
112 TESO COL ALOET SEC SCH SOROTI 13 42
113 ST NOA’S GIRLS SCH ZZANA WAKISO 13 39
114 FOREST HILL COL MUKONO MUKONO 13 39
115 ST NOA MAWAGALI SEC SCH JINJA BUIKWE 13 36
116 BULO PARENTS SCH BUTAMBALA 13 34
117 FIVE STAR HIGH SCH NTUGAMO NTUGAMO 13 28
118 KASUBI SEC SCH KAMPALA 13 22
119 KASHENSHERO GIRL’S SEC SCH MITOOMA 13 13
120 ST ELIZABETH SEC SCH NKOOWE WAKISO 12 56
121 GREEN LIGHT ISLAMIC SS NANSANA WAKISO 12 56
122 ST JOSEPH’S HIGH SCH NAMAGUNGA MUKONO 12 54
123 KAKOOLA HIGH SCH LUWEERO 12 46
124 HILTON HIGH SCH MUKONO MUKONO 12 45
125 VINNE HIGH SCH KABOWA KAMPALA 12 43
126 KINAAWA HIGH SCH MUGONGO WAKISO 12 34
127 ST THEREZA’S GIRLS SEC SCH BWANDA KALUNGU 12 34
128 KASAAWO SEC SCH MUKONO 12 32
129 KAMULI PROGRESSIVE COL KAMULI 12 27
130 RYAKASINGA CENTRE FOR HIGHER EDUC SHEEMA 12 26
131 HANNA MIXED SEC SCH WAKISO 12 23
132 PREMIER SEC SCH HOIMA 12 23
133 KINGS WAY HIGH SCH WAKISO 12 22­
134 ST JULIAN HIGH SCH GAYAZA ANNEX  WAKISO 12 19
135 KIGEZI HIGH SCH KABALE 12 16
136 HOPE BOARDING SEC SCH LUTEMBE WAKISO 11 54
137 MUNTA ROYAL COL BOMBO LUWEERO 11 44
138 UGANDA MARTRY’S HIGH SCH,RUBAGA KAMPALA 11 43
139 MIDLAND HIGH SCH KAWEMPE KAMPALA 11 38
140 WAGWA HIGH SCH KALUNGU 11 29
141 TORORO GIRL’S SEC SCH TORORO 11 28
142 EQUATORIAL COL IBANDA 11 27
143 MUHABURA SHINE SEC SCH KISOORO 11 24
144 BILAL ISLAMIC SCH BWAISE KAMPALA 11 16
145 BILAL ISLAMIC INSTITUTE WAKISO 11 15
146 KYAMAKADE SEC SCH LUKUNGIRI 11 9
147 ST JULIAN HIGH SCH GAYAZA WAKISO 10 59
148 ST KIZITO SEC BULOBA KAMPALA 10 59
149 BRILLIANT HIGH SCH KAWEMPE WAKISO 10 35
150 ST MICHEAL INTERNATIONAL SCH KAMPALA 10 30
151 CRESTED SEC SCH, KAMPALA KAMPALA 10 32
152 LIGHT SEC SCH, NYABUBALE BUSHENYI 10 25
153 KIREKA HIGH SEC WAKISO 10 24
154 GAYAZA ROAD SCH SCH KAMPALA 10 22
155 CENTRAL SCH,HOIMA HOIMA 10 19
156 HIGHLIGHT SEC SCH,KADAMA KBUUKU 10 18
157 ENTEBBE SEC SCH WAKISO 10 18
158 ST PAULS SEC SCH,BUKINDA RUKIIGA 10 11
159 BISHOP KIVENGERE GIRLS SCH KABALE 10 5
160 MBALE SEC SCH MBALE 9 59
161 ST MARY’S VOC SCH, KYAMUHUNGA BUSHENYI 9 54
162 PRIDE COL SCH MPIGI 9 49
163 ST JOHN PAUL II COL GULU GULU 9 43
164 JANAN  SEC SCH BOMBO LUWEERO 9 39
165 UBUTU HILL SCH WAKISO 9 361
166 NGOMA SEC SCH MBALE BUDAKA 9 33
167 ST THOMAS AQUINAS COL KAMWENGE 9 30
168 KYADDONDO SEC SCH WAKISO 9 26
169 KYAMATTE SEC SCH NTUGAMO 9 25
170  NYABUBARE SEC SCH BUSHENYI 9 25
171 MBALE PROGRESSIVE SEC SCH ANNEX MBALE 9 23
172 MBARARA ALLIED SCH MBARARA 9 22
173 NAJJEMBE HOME LAND SS LUGAZI BUIKWE 9 21
174 SHEEMA GIRL’S SCH SHEEMA 9 13
175 TORORO PROGRESSIVE SEC SCH TORORO 9 6
176 NAMUNGONA PARENTS SEC SCH KAMPALA 8 56
177 MBOGO HIGH SCH WAKISO 8 50
178 KINONI HIGH SCH MBARARA 8 39
179 LUGAZI HOMESTONE SCH BUIKWE 8 32
180 RENA COL MAYUGE MAYUGE 8 32
181 MITYANA STANDARD SEC SCH MITYANA 8 31
182 CRANE HIGH SCH, BWELENGA WAKISO 8 28
183 KENEDDY SEC SS KISUBI WAKISO 8 28
184 BOMBO SEC SCH LUWEERO 8 28
185 BISHOP OGEZ  HIGH SCH,ISHAKA BUSHENYI 8 24
186 EBENEZER SEC SCH,KYADONDO KAMPALA 8 24
187 GAYAZA CAMBRIDGE COL WAKISO 8 24
188 CORNERSTONE LEADERSHIP ACADEMY NAKASONGOLA 8 22
189 ST ANDEREA KAAHWA SCHOOLS ,KOOKI  KAKUMIRO 8 17
190 ST PETERS HIGH SCH HOIMA 8 15
191 ST LAWRENCE COL,PARIS PALAIS MPIGI 8 11
192 ST MICHEAL HIGH SCH,MUKONO MUKONO 7 49
193 KABOWA HIGH SCH KAMPALA 7 44
194 RUBAGA GIRL’S SEC SCH KAMPALA 7 36
195 KITANTE HILL SEC SCH  KAMPALA 7 35
196 MAKERERE HIGH SCH ,MIGADDE WAKISO 7 35
197 LUBIIRI HIGH SCH KAMPALA 7 30
198 KISUBI SEMINARY WAKISO 7 27
199 KYAMBOGO COL SCH KAMPALA 7 25
200 KISAASI COL SCH KAMPALA 7 25
201 KOLOLO HIGH SCH KAMPALA 7 20
202 KYENJOJO SEC SCH KYENJOJO 7 19
203 NOTREDAME  HIGH SCH MASAKA 7 18
204 GREEN FIELDS HIGH SCH IGANGA IGANGA 7 17
205 ST JOSEPH OF NAZARETH HIGH SCH MPIGI 7 17
206 RUBONGI ARMY SEC SCH TORORO 7 16
207 LUBUGUMU JAMIA HIGH SCH WAKISO 7 16
208 BOSTON HIGH SCH MPALA WAKISO 7 15
209 ST PAUL’S SEMINARY,NYENGA BUIKWE 7 12
210 NATEETE MUSLIM HIGH SCH KAMPALA 7 14
211 ST PAUL’S SEMINARY KABALE 7 15
212 ST CHARLES LWANGA SS ,KASASA KALUNGU 7 11
213 BUKALASA MINOR SEMINARY KALUNGU 7 11
214 MAMUSA HIGH SCH MITYANA 6 40
215 KIBIITO SEC SCH BUNYANGABO 6 33
216 KYEIZOOBA GIRL’S SEC SCH BUSJHENYI 6 31
217 ST JOHN ST SEC SCH,NTEBE TEBE WAKISO 6 30
218 EKITANGAALA TRANSFORMATION HIGH SCH NAKASONGOLA 6 29
219 MPIGI MIXED SEC SCH MPIGI 6 27
220 HOLY CROSS LAKE VIEW SS JINJA JINJA 6 26
221 CLEVERLAND HIGH  SCH MBARARA 6 24
222 RESTORE LEADERSHIP HIGH SCH GULU AMURU 6 24
223 BUTAWUKA MAGEZI NTAKE SS MPIGI BUTAMBALA 6 23
224 MACKAYMEMO SEC SCH NATEETE KAMPALA 6 23
225 ST EDWARD SEC SCH BUKUUMI KAKUMIRO 6 22 22
226 EMIRATES COL SCH,KAKIRA WAKISO 6 21
227 ST JANAN LUWUUM SEC SCH,KAMPALA KAMPALA 6 21
228 ST ELIZABETH GIRLS SS MITYANA MITYNA 6 21
229 NAMUGOONA SALAF SCH KAMPALA 6 21
230 BUGOBA HIGH SCH NAWERU WAKISO 6 19
231 SERERE TOWNSHIP  SEC SCH SERERE 6 18
232 MPIGI  LIGHT  COL MIGI 6 17
233 LIGHT VOC SEC  SCH LIRA 6 16
234 IBANDA SEC SCH IBANDA 6 16
235 BISHIP COMBONI COL ,KAMBUGA KANUNGU 6 15
236 ST ANDREW KAGGWA  GOMBE HIGH SCH KAMPALA 6 14
237 KOJJA SEC SCH MUKONO 6 14
238 AVE MARIA SEC SCH KYENJOJO 6 14
239 KIBIBI SEC SCH BUTAMBALA 6 13
240 IBU BAZ GIRL’S SEC SCH IGANGA 6 12
241 EXODUS COL SCH MMENDE WAKISO 6 11
242 EMMAWNUEL COL KAZO KAMPALA 6 10
243 HOIMA HALL HOIMA 6 7
244 IGANGA PROGRESSIVE SEC SCH IGANGA 6 5
245 SEDES SAPIENTIAE ACADEMIAE  SS KIRUHURA 6 4
246 KISUBI MAPEERA SEC SCH WAKISO 5 42
247 BETHANY HIGH SCH NAALYA WAKISO 5 34
248 ST BENARD’S SEC SCH MANNYI RAKAI 5 32
249 KISORO VISION SEC SCH KISORO 5 32
250 MENTOR SEC SCH,LIRA LIRA 5 30
251 JINJA COL JINJA 5 29
252 ST CATHERINE’S COL,NAKINYUGUZI KAMPALA 5 27
253 KITAGATA HIGH SCH SHEEMA 5 25
254 KASENYI SEC SCH MUBENDE 5 24
255 ST ANDREW’S COL ,SSANDA WAKISO 5 24
256 KAKIRA SEC SCH JINJA 5 24
257 ROCK HIGH SCH TORORO 5 23
258 BUSIIKA MUSLIM SEC SCH LUWEERO 5 21
259 VIVA COL SCH,WAIRAKA JINJA 5 21
260 ST JOHNS SEC SCH,NYABWINA SHEEMA 5 21
261 BUKOYO SEC SCH IGANGA 5 20
262 ST BRUNO SSENRUKUMA’S SS ,GGOLI MPIGI 5 20
263 CORNERSTONE LEADERSHIP ACADEMY WAKISO 5 20
264 WOBULENZI HIGH SCH LUWEERO 5 19
265 ST JOSEPH’S COL LAYIBI GULU 5 19
266   ROYAL GIANT HIGH SCH, MITYANA MITYANA 5 19
267 ALLIANCE HIGH SCH,NANSANA WAKISO 5 16
268 SACRED HEART SEC SCH,MUSHANGA SHEEMA 5 15
269 ONWARDS AND UPAWARDS SS BULOBA WAKISO 5 142
270 JAKAYZ SEC SCH,KABOWA KAMPALA 5 13
271 ST ZION SEC SCH,KITEGA MUBENDE 5 13
272 NILE HIGH SCH,MUKONO MUKONO 5 12
273 SOLBERG COL KABALE KABALE 5 12
274 ST CHARLES LWANGA SS MUBENDE MUBENDE 5 12
275 ITENDERO SEC SCH SHEEMA 5 11
276 AGA KHAN HIGH  SCH KAMPALA 5 11
277 KAMULI COL KAMULI 5 11
278 ST ADOLF HIGH SCH ,KYENJOJO KYENJOJO 5 11
279 ANKOLE SEC SCH IBANDA 5 11
280 TRUST HIGH SCH KABUBBU WAKISO 5 10
281 KAGADI SEC SCH KAGADI 5 10
282 KAPEEKA SEC SCH NAKASEKE 5 10
283 KABUKUNGE MUSLIM SEC SCH KALUNGU 5 9
284 NSAMBYA HILL SIDE HIGH SCH KAMPALA 5 9
285 BRIGHT SEC SCH,SEETA MUKONO 5 9
286 LUNYAZI COL BWEYOGERERE WAKISO 5 9
287 ROCK HIGH SCH KABALE 5 9
288 ST CHARLES LWANGA SS,BUKERERE MUKONO 5 8
289 EDEN HIGH SCH WAKISO 5 7
290 NAGGALAMA ISLAMIC INSTITUTE MUKONO 5 7
291 BUSOGA HIGH SCH KAMULI 5 6
292 ST JOHNS WAKISO SEC SCH WAKISO 5 5
293 IBANDA PROGRESSIVE SEC SCH IBANDA 5 4
294 BUJJUMBULI VOC SCH KYENJOJO 5 2
295 KICHWAMBA HIGH SCH RUBIRIZI 4 30
296 GOOD SHEPHERD HIGH SCH,BWEYOGERERE WAKISO 4 28
297 NAGABBI SEC SCH KAYUNGA 4 28
298 ST KILIGWAJJO SEC SCH,KARUNGUUZA KIBAALE 4 27
299 OLD KAMPALA SEC SCH KAMPALA 4 24
300 HAMUDAN GIRLS HIGH  SCH MBALE 3 24
301 POPE JOHN PAUL 11 HIGH SCH, NAKASEKE NAKASEKE 4 23
302 KINKIIZI HIGH SCH, NYAKATARE KANUNGU 4 22
303 ST. JODE SEC SC, MASAKA MASAKA 4 22
304 BUSIA TRUST SEC SCH BUSIA 4 21
305 KASAWO ISLAMIC SCH MUKONO 4 20
306 GOD MARK SEC SCH MUKONO 4 19
307 EZRA MEM SEC SCH KIBUKU 4 19
308 SEETA HILL COL, MUKONO MUKONO 4 18
309 EMMA HIGH SCH, KIKAAYA KAMPALA 4 17
310 WESTVILLE HIGH SCH KABAROLE 4 16
311 BWONGYERA GIRL’S SEC SCH NTUGAMO 4 16
312 NKOMA SEC SCH MBALE 4 14
313 ST. LAWRENCE CITIZENS H/S, NABBINGO WAKISO 4 14
314 BULOBA CHRISTIAN HIGH SCH WAKISO 4 14
315 NYAKINONI SEC SCH KANUNGU 4 14
316 ST. ANTHONY’S SEC SCH, KAYUNGA MASAKA 4 16
317 ST KIZITO HIGH SCH, NAMUGONGO WAKISO 4 13
318 KIHIHI HIGH SCH KANUNGU 4 13
319 NSAMBYA HILLSIDE- WESTERN CAMPUS MBARARA 4 13
320 WITS COL, NAMULANDA WAKISO 4 12
321 KANJUKI SEC SCH KAYUNGA 4 12
322 MATEETE COMPREHENSIVE SEED SCH SSEMBABULE 4 12
323 ST KIZITO KATIKAMU KISULE SS LUWEERO 4 12
324 KAKOOGE SEC SCH, NAKASONGOLA NAKASONGOLA 4 12
325 ST. AGATHA’S SEC SCH, KAKORA RUBANDA 4 12
326 ISAACNEWTON HIGH SCH KALUNGU 4 12
327 ST FRANCIS SEC SCH,BUSUJJU MITYANA 4 11
328 MOONS VOC SEC SCH KABAROLE 4 10
329 ST BERNABAS SEC SCH KABLE 4 10
330 RWASHAMAIRE HIGH SCH NTUGAMO 4 10
331 ST PIUS SEC SCH,KIZIBA WAKISO 4 9
332 LIGHT COL MUKONO MUKONO 4 9
333 VALLEY COL SEC SCH BUSHENYI 4 9
334 DESTINY EAGLES  SEC SCH MPIGI 4 8
335 KALIRO HIGH SCH KALIRO 4 8
336 KAGAMBA SEC SCH NTUGAMO 4 8
337 KIBOGA PROGRESSIVE SEC SCH KIBOGA 4 8
338 NAKASERO SEC SCH KAMPALA 4 7
339 ST PADRE PIO SEC SCH BUSUJJU MITYANA 4 7
340 MBARARA ARMY BOARDING SEC SCH MBARARA 4 6
341 KINAAWA HIGH SCH,.KASANGATI WAKISO 4 5
342 HERITAGE VOC SEC SCH MBARARA 4 5
343 PETTA COMMUNITY SEC SCH TORORO 4 5
344 NKUTU MEMORIAL SEC SCH,BUSESA IGANGA 4 4
345 BUKANDULA COL GOMBA GOMBA 4 4
346 MAKERERE DAY AND EVENING ADULT SCH KAMPALA 4 3
347   KYEIBARE GIRLS SEC SCH MITOOMA 4 3
348 ANSWAR MUSLIM SEC SCH WAKISO 4 3
349 KIJOMORO SEC SCH MARACHA 4  
350 NAMILYANGO SEC SCH MUKONO 3 58
351 KITEBI SEC SCH KAMPALA 3 53
352 KISIKI COL NAMUTUMBA NAMUTUMBA 3 50
353 ST MARY’S COL LUGAZI ANNEX BUIKWE 3 34
354 BUDINI SEC SCH KALIRO 3 32
355 ARCH BISHOP KIWANUKA SS KITOVU MASAKA 3 28
356 BAPTIST HIGH SCH KITEBI KAMPALA 3 24
357 KING SOLOM’S COL KYATEGA KYEGEGWA 3 24
358 BATISIBO SEC SCH SHEEMA 3 23
359 GLOBAL HIGH SCH OMUNGYENYI NTUGAMO 3 23
360 ST LUCIA HILL  SCH NAMAGOMA WAKISO 3 22
361 LIGHT COL KATIKAMU WAKISO 3 22
362 ST PETERS SEC SCH BOMBO KALULE LUWEERO 3 21
363 CALTEC ACADEMY MAKERERE KAMPALA 3 21
354 ST HENRY’S COL GANGU WAKISO 3 20
365   GULU CENTRAL HIGH SCH GULU 3 20
366 FAIHA HIGH SCH,KAWEMPE KAMPALA 3 20
367 METHA SEC SCH BUIKWE 3 20
368 SEBEI COL TEGERES KAPCHORA 3 20
369 BISHOP NKOYOYO SEC SCH,MATALE BUIKWE 3 20
370 ST LAWRENCE CITIZEN HIGH SCH HORIZON WAKISO 3 19
371 NAWEZI SEC SCH BUIKWE 3 19
372 BUWAMBO SEED SEC SCH WAKISO 3 19
373 ST JAMES BIINA  HALL ,LUZIRA KAMPALA 3 18
374 ST JEROME SEC SCH,NDAMA RUKUNJIRI 3 17
375 NYAKASURA HIGH SCH KABAROLE 3 17
376 ATLAS HIGH SCH,GAYAZA WAKISO 3 17
377 SOROTI MUNICIPAL SEC SCH SOROTI 3 17
378 ST THOMAS AQUINAS SS KAWEMPE WAKISO 3 17
379 ST MARY’S SEC SCH SSANJE RAKAI 3 16
380 ENTEBBE PARENTS SEC SCH WAKISO 3 16
381 ST EDWARD’S COL GALAMBA WAKISO 3 16
382 WELDEN  SCH MBARARA MBARARA 3 15
383 ST PETER’S COL TORORO TORORO 3 15
384 AMITY SEC SCH NANSANA GANDA WAKISO 3 15
385 MIDFIELD SEC SCH KAMPALA 3 15
386 KIBOGA LIGHT COL KIBOGA 3 15
387 MUKONO HIGH SCH MUKONO 3 14
388 MANDELA SEC SCH ANNEX HOIMA 3 13
389 EXCEL HIGH SCH WAKISO 3 12
390 ST FRANCIS HIGH SCH,NAMAGOMA WAKISO 3 12
391 WAKATAYI SEC SCH LUWEERO 3 12
392 KIBUBULA GIRL’S SEC SCH IBANDA 3 12
393 MUYANGA HIGH SCH KAMPALA 3 12
394 UGANDA MARTRY’S HIGH SCH  KIBOGA 3 12
395 MT ST JOHN’S COL KAGOMA JINJA 3 12
396 SOROTI SEC SCH SOROTI 3 11
397 MARYLAND HIGH SCH KATABI WAKISO 3 11
398 ST FRANCIS BORGIA HIGH SCH MUKONO 3 11
399 BULENBA SEC SCH KIRUHURA 3 11
400 ST STEPHENS COL,BAJJA KALUNGU 3 11
401 PROSPER HIGH SCH WAKISO 3 11
402 EXCEL HIGH SCH MUKONO 3 11
403 BWERA SEC SCH KASESE 3 11
404 KASHENYI SEC SCH RUKUNJIRI 3 11
405 KAYIKOLONGO SEED SEC SCH LWENGO 3 11
406 STELLA MARIS COL SCH,NSUBE BUIKWE 3 11
407 GOOD HEARTS SEC SCH JINJA JINJA 3 10
408 BUSIA SEC SCH BUSIA 3 10
409 ST ANDREWS SEC SCH,RUBINDI MBARARA 3 10
410 SHUHADAE ISLAMIC HIGH SCH MBARARA 3 10
411 JINJA SEC SCH ANNEX JINJA 3 9
412 ST JAMES SEC SCH HOIMA HOIMA 3 9
413 ST JOSEPH’S SEC SCH KAKINDU MITYANA 3 9
414 RUHINDA SEC SCH MITOOMA 3 9
415 ST JOHN BOSCO SEMINARY HOIMA 3 9
416 GODCARES HIGH SCH WAKISO 3 8
417 TROPICAL HIGH SCH,KAMPALA KAMPALA 3 8
418 SEAT OF WISDOM SEC KASAWO MUKONO 3 8
419 CODE HIGH SCH,SEETA BAJJO MUKONO 3 8
420 ST CHARLES LWANGA  KITABI VOC BUSHENYI 3 8
421 ZZANA MIXED SEC SCH WAKISO 3 8
422 SSAKU SEC SCH LUWEERO 3 8
423 ISHAKA ADVENTIST COL BUSHENYI 3 8
424 KAMURONKO SEC SCH KABALE 3 8
425 AMANANGA SEC SCH, BUKWO 3 7
426 TIMOTHY GIRLS HIGH SCH LWENGO 3 7
427 ST HENRY’S COL.,MBALWA WAKISO 3 7
428 NYABUHIKYE SEC SCH IBANDA 3 7
429 WESTERN COL MBARARA 3 7
430 ST DENNIS SSEBUGWAWO,GGABA KAMPALA 3 7
431 CENTENARY HIGH SCH ,NYENDO MASAKA 3 7
432 MUHANGA PROGRESSIVE SEC SCH RUKIIGA 3 7
433 ST JOSEPH’S GIRLS SCH,NKONI LWENGO 3 6
434 NSAMBYA SEC SCH KAMPALA 3 6
435 KISYORO SEC SCH, ISINGIRO 3 6
436 WAITAMBOGWE  SEC SCH IGANGA 3 5
437 KAKONI SEC SCH KIRUHURA 3 5
438 NAMUGONGO SEC & VOC SCH WAKISO 3 4
439 ST GONZAGA SEC SCH,BUSHENYI BUSHENYI 3 4
440 PUBLIC TRUST HIGH SCH,KYAMUKANA NTUGAMO 3 4
441 HORNBY HIGH SCH KABALE 3 4
442 BRIGHT FUTURE ACADEMY ,BULAGA WAKISO 3 2
443 KING JAMES COMP SEC SCH,LIRA LIRA 3 2
444 KILIMA COMMUNITY SS,KANUNGU KANUNGU 3 2
445 AGAPE  SEC SCH,BUSEMBATIA NAMUTUMBA 3 2
446 GAYAZA ROAD TRIANGLE SS,KIWENDA WAKISO 3 1
447 EXCEL HIGH ,KABALE KABALE 3 1
448 AIRFORCE SEC SCH,ENTEBBE WAKISO 2 31
449 LAKE SIDE COL ,LUZIRA KAMPALA 2 27
450 HALCYON HIGH SCH,SOROTI SOROTI 2 25
451 KAMPALA HIGH SCH KAMPALA 2 24
452 HIGHWAY SEC SCH,KIGANDA MUBENDE 2 21
453 MODER SEC SCH,MBIRIZI LWENGO 2 21
454 NANSANA ST JOPESPH SEC SCH WAKISO 2 19
455 RAINBOW HIGH SCH,BUDAKA BUDAKA 2 18
456 ST MARY’S GIRLS COL ABOKE KOLE 2 17
457 BOMBO ARMY SEC SCH LUWEERO 2 16
458 MATUGGA MIXED SEC SCH WAKISO 2 16
459 SAYIDINA ABUBAKER SEC SCH BUTAMBALA 2 16
460 CHRIST THE KING SEC SCH,KALISIZO KYOTERA 2 16
461 CHRIST THE KING GIRL’S SS ,MATUGA WAKISO 2 16
462 BUZIGA ISLAMIC INSTITUTE KAMPALA 2 15
463 MPANGA SEC SCH KABAROLE 2 15
464 IBUN MASOOD HIGH SCH,MAKINDYE WAKISO 2 15
465 ST MARIA GORETTI GIRL’S SCH KABAROLE 2 15
466 TRINITY SENIOR ACADEMY,ENTEBEE WAKISO 2 15
467 LUKWANGA SEC SCH WAKISO 2 14
468 GREAT AUBREY MEMO COL TORORO 2 14
469 OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL WAKISO 2 14
470 BUDDO SEC SCH(ANNEX) WAKISO 2 14
471 GREENHILL SEC SCH,KYAMULIBWA KALUNGU 2 14
472 LIGHT SEC & VOC SCH BULENGA WAKISO 2 13
473 STANDARD COL.SEC SCH NSANGI WAKISO 2 12
474 ST KAGGWA BUSHENYI HIGH SCH BUSHENYI 2 12
475 MITYANA SEC SCH MITYANA 2 12
476 IRMA PREIFFER BWEYA HIGH SCH WAKISO 2 12
477 ST CHARLES LWANGA,LWANGILI SS MUBENDE 2 12
478 ST BALIKUDDEMBE SEC SCH MPIGI 2 12
479 MASAKA SEC SCH ANNEX MASAKA 2 11
480 MBALE COMPREHENSIVE HIGH SCH MBALE   2 11
481 MARIAM HIGH SCH,KAMPALA KAMPALA 2 11
482 MM COLLEGE  WAIRAKA JINJA 2 11
483 MASAKA EXODUS VOC SEC SCH MASAKA 2 11
484 MPOMA ROYAL COL MUKONO 2 10
485 CENTRAL COL KAMULI KAMULI 2 10
486 KITGUM COMPREHENSIVE COL KITGUM 2 10
487 NAMAKWA SEC  SCH MUKONO 2 10
488 BWIJANGA SEC SCH MASINDI 2 10
489 BALIBASEKA SEC SCH WAKISO 2 9
490 HOPE SENIOR BBIRA SENIOR SCH WAKISO 21 9
491 ST JAMES SEC SCH,JINJA JINJA 2 9
492 MARACHA SEC SCH MARACHA 2 9
493 MASHERUKA GIRL’S SEC SCH SHEEMA 2 9
494 KAPCHORWA SEC SCH KAPCHORWA 2 9
495 ISINGIRO SEC SCH ISINGIRO 2 9
496 CENTRAL COL,KABIMBIRI MUKONO 2 9
497 KALAMBI SEC SCH KASESE 2 9
498 BUIKWE SEC SCH BUIKWE 2 9
499 KAGONGO SEC SCH IBANDA 2 9
500 MVARA SEC SCH ARUA 2 8
         

By Josephine Kauma

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FULL ADDRESS: MoE Janet Museveni Lays Out Education Plan For Schools After Lockdown – No End Of Term One Exams, Online Examinations Stopped, Holidays Will Be Shorter….

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Fellow Ugandans,
Ladies and Gentlemen,
1.0 Introduction
It is my pleasure to address you today on the Uganda Education Sector preparedness and response to the COVID 19 virus. In January, 2020 the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the outbreak of the new Corona virus disease a public health emergency of international concern. The World Health Organisation also indicated that it was spreading rapidly to other regions, countries and territories.
1.2 Impact of COVID-19 on Education
Following the outbreak, education systems worldwide have been significantly affected by the impact of the COVID-19 virus. According to UNESCO at least 165 countries have closed schools globally and more than 516,000 million children and youth are affected. 17 other countries are implementing localized school closure.
In Uganda, there are over 15 million learners enrolled in the education system.
In addition to that, approximately 600,000 more children are attending schools in the refugee settlements. Some of these settlements are located in high risk towns bordering countries that have reported confirmed cases of COVID-19, increasing the risks for the entire school system in Uganda.

The bulk of Ugandan students are enrolled in day schools while others are in boarding schools where many facilities are shared and learners are constantly in close contact with each other, their teachers and other visitors on a daily basis, presenting a conducive environment for easy transmission of the COVID- 19 virus.

In response to the danger posed by the pandemic to Uganda learners, His Excellency the President of the Republic of Uganda on Wednesday 18th March 2020 announced the closure of all schools and educational institutions from 20th March 2020 for a period of 30 days in a bid to avoid the possible rapid spread of new infections of COVID- 19 were schools to remain open. This measure resulted in the closure of more than 73,000 schools and institutions affecting more than 15,000,000 learners and 548,000 teachers.
1.3 What the Ministry of Education and Sports has done
In recognition of the impact of pandemic on the education system in Uganda, Ministry of Education constituted a sector response task force to develop and coordinate the education sector preparedness and response measures to mitigate the impact of the outbreak of COVID-19 on Uganda’s education system.
A response plan was subsequently developed to ensure a coordinated response by Ministry of Education and Sports, DLGs and stakeholders to COVID-19 outbreak. This plan directly targets an estimated 15,000,000 children and youth in primary and secondary schools, Universities and other tertiary institutions in Uganda, teachers, school administrators, parents and other key stakeholders.
Additionally, the plan addresses the education needs for the approximately 600,000 refugee learners in the 13 districts hosting refugees in the country.
This plan guides the response actions of Ministry of Education and Sports, Education Development Partners, District Local Governments and the entire school system on common response priorities.

The sector response plan is also aligned to the Ministry of Health’s National Plan for COVID-19 preparedness and response and directly contributes to two implementation pillars:
To date the Government of Uganda through the Ministry of Education and Sports has undertaken a series of measures designed to provide the much-needed support to improve coordination among stakeholders, enhance communication,build capacities of government systems at national and sub national levels as well as provide resources to ensure continuity of learning during the period of closure, which include the following:
1. Set up a sector Coordination Committee to coordinate efforts by education stakeholders to respond to the emerging needs of learners, teachers, education authorities and communities during and after COVID-19 outbreak.
2. Issued policy guidelines in a circular to all heads of schools on school closure operations.
3. We have collected the contact details of all District Education Officers and Head teachers for follow up actions in the local governments.
4. In a bid to ensure that the children are learning during this time of school closure, the ministry under the guidance of NCDC is developing standardised self study lesson packages in all the core subjects for primary and secondary education to be distributed to all learners, including special needs learners across the country.
5. The Ministry has directed Governing councils of universities and other tertiary institutions to ensure that measures are put in place to ensure continuity of remedial learning for all learners.

6. The Ministry has also directed all education institutions not to levy any extra fees in all education institutions following the resumption of education programmes in the current school term/ semester.
7. The ministry is also working with heads of primary and secondary schools to identify model teachers to prepare remedial learning to be delivered on radio and television stations across the country. Other delivery models are being explored to reach all children across the country.
1.4 Opening of schools
As you may be aware, the 30 days will end on 20th April 2020. At the right time the Government of Uganda will inform you of the date for re-opening. Our planning is that, if everything goes according to plan, God willing
(a) Pre-primary, primary, secondary schools, and Primary Teachers Colleges will open for continuation of Term I on 27th April 2020 up to 12th June 2020. Term 2:22nd June to 4th September and Term 3:21st September to 19th December 2020
(b)Universities and Other Tertiary Institutions, including BTVET institutions will open Continuation of the current Semester on 2nd May, 2020.
However, I would like you to note the following:
1. The Ministry will still operate 3 school Terms and 2 Semesters respectively. When schools re-open, it will be a continuation of Term 1. NO extra fees should be charged.
2. To recover the lost days, the first and second Term holidays will be shorter.
3. There shall be no formal test or exams at the end of Term 1. All the time should be used for teaching and learning. Cumulative end of topic class-based results should be used on end of term reports.
4. Candidates shall do only ONE school generated Mock Examinations at the end of Term 2.
5. Therefore all schools are herewith barred from engaging students in any externally set mock examinations this year, to ensure syllabus recovery time is not wasted.
6. We have received several complaints/concerns that some Universities are forcing students to pay for and do online Examinations during this period, yet quite a number of our students do not have the required facilities and the money to do this.
We have therefore, decided that all these Examinations be suspended until we are out of this crisis
1.5 In the event that school closure continues;
The Ministry recognizes that the possible spread of the virus in many parts of the country may result into prolonged school closure with a further reduction and loss of instruction time, low coverage of syllabus with significant impact on learning outcomes.
However, the MoES is committed to its vision of “Quality education and Sports for all”. Quality education is achieved when learners are developed holistically in the minds or heads, hearts and hands. This is achieved beyond the four walls of a classroom but reinforced by effective implementation of the whole curriculum. It involves a number of stakeholders in and out of school including the learners, teachers, school leadership and governance, parents, Local Government political and civil leaders, religious and cultural leaders, key central government Ministries and the Members of Parliament.
I recognize and appreciate the efforts of some of the Universities, schools and other citizens including the Buganda Kingdom to keep learners engaged through e- learning systems, Televisions and Radios. I, however, note that it is benefiting a small percentage of our learners and is not effectively coordinated.
We will send out a harmonized continuous learning programme for all Primary and Secondary school learners to all LGs and Association of Secondary Schools Headteachers of Uganda (ASSHU) where selected teachers will use Local Radios which can be accessed by most learners and TVs where possible. The teaching will be focusing on core basic concepts in what learners have already covered. This will be supplemented with printed material wherever possible.
The continuation of the systematic curriculum coverage will take place at school after the re-opening.
I appeal to all the stakeholders who will be involved according to the plan to ensure that every learner listens and learns at home during the designated time. Head teachers and teachers should listen to the lessons and eventually mark and give remedial lessons to the learners when schools re-open. Teachers are requested to use the recess to prepare all the lessons for the remaining part of Term 1, God willing.
All learners at all levels should continue to read, study and revise the work of the previous years since our curriculum is spiral and the concepts of one level are useful in the next level. Read novels, Newspapers and any other material you access to widen your knowledge base. This is very applicable to University and tertiary institution students since you already have course outlines and can get a lot of information on internet.

I further wish to request the parents to involve the learners in their home activities to give them skills for life such as cooking, cleaning, gardening, looking after animals, business, Art, music, physical play and sports and many others. Spend time with your learners to develop their values and positive attitudes.
Tell them stories, riddles and other life lessons and support their learning. Help your learners to make a craft or develop an innovation which will be required at school at the re-opening.
Counsel, guide and encourage children to wait for the re-opening of schools with enthusiasm and zeal. I appeal to all of us to work together to ensure that no child is left out. All our learners are valuable and should benefit from the efforts on continuation of learning amidst the COVID-19 crisis.
The Ministry of Education will continue to engage further with stakeholders in the event that the mandatory closure of schools persists beyond the thirty days.
1.6 Conclusion
It is important to realize that in this very difficult time, what must be the most important concern for all of us is the safety of our students and staff in the education sector and we are committed to undertake our responsibility to take every precautionary and preventative measure.
We will continue to actively monitor the situation and make further recommendations as guided by the Ministry of health,
including the decision as to whether students will return to school after the pronounced 30-day closure or continue their education at home. Ministry of Health has continued to advise that the best way to contain this virus is by limiting opportunities for human contact, good hygiene, and social distancing. I am happy to note that a number of Ugandans are embracing the values of good hygiene and I pray this continues.
I am deeply conscious of the impact that the school closures have on students, on families and on the wider community, and I pray that together we contain the spread and return to normal.
In the meantime, I encourage our parents and guardians to work together in the best interest of our children during this time when they are at home.
With a spirit of togetherness, let us help each other as much as possible as a community, by sharing childcare responsibilities with family members and other trusted individuals.
This is a tough time for everyone but together let us look after our children. I encourage children and young people to keep up with their schoolwork and to help their parents around the home. I urge you to remain engaged in physical play and sports while at home in order to keep healthy.
Finally, I would like to express my appreciation to all the government agencies, individuals, organizations and education partners for the support they continue to accord the ministry during this difficult time and in particular, I applaud all the health workers who are putting up a spirited fight for the recovery of the confirmed cases and prevention of further infections.

To all our Headteachers, teachers and lecturers, we are so grateful for all you do, particularly the effort that has gone into contingency planning, for our learners.
This disaster will certainly test us as a people, but, it may also teach us things we may live to remember and even appreciate and in any case with God in the centre no obstacle is too big to be removed. As we continue in this period of uncertainty, trust the Lord and remain calm.
I ask that we all adhere to the ongoing guidelines from Government, stay safe and pray for God’s mercy in the midst of this pandemic.
I will continue to update you on what is happening in the education sector as we receive new advice from the Ministry of Health. Please keep safe and ensure the safety of our young people.
I thank you all and God bless you!




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Parliament Has No Right To Stop The New Curriculum – NCDC Boss Baguma Shuts Up MPs….

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The Executive Director of National Curriculum Development Centre (NCDC) Grace Baguma

The Executive Director of National Curriculum Development Centre (NCDC) Grace Baguma has today told Journalist at Uganda Media Centre in Kampala that the parliamentary committee on education has no right to stop the newly introduced curriculum.

Baguma says that parliament can only support the Ministry of Education in its bid to implement the new curriculum.

“What parliament is trying to do is not proper. What they are supposed to do is to encourage and support the ministry in the implementation. The new curriculum is favoring and most importantly is aimed at producing skilled students since it focuses more on practical subjects,” she said.

Last week, Members of Parliament who sit on the committee on education and sports raised their concern over the late release of the new curriculum saying that teachers were not given enough time to study and get enough knowledge on the new curriculum.

During a heated debate in Parliament, the MPs argued that the suspension of the curriculum would allow government to prepare adequately for its countrywide roll out.

In response, Baguma says that the process of sensitizing teachers about the new curriculum will continue until mid-year (June) adding that this will help the teachers to understand the curriculum very well.

“Sensitizing teachers is not a one-month deal but a continuous process that will run until mid-year. In the new curriculum, Subject Topics were not changed but reduced so our teachers have the content but they just need to be told what to do,” she said.

Although 80 percent of the country’s economy depends on agriculture, the MPs noted that this subject wasn’t prioritized by the curriculum developers. But Baguma claims that Agriculture was made optional and students will have to be encouraged to do it since it contributes nearly one- thirds of the country’s Gross Domestic product (GDP).

She further notes that the new curriculum has got many benefits that will help lower secondary students compete with the world standards.

“The new curriculum will help to promote effective learning and hand on application, students will be able to receive a duo certificate that can help them gain experience as early as possible, students will not be loaded with useless subjects that do not help them in the market,” she said.

She further reveals that the Ministry of Education was given 10.3 billion shillings to sensitize and create awareness to the public about the new changes in the curriculum. Another 29 billion shillings is to be given to the ministry in three Months.

She adds that the Ministry needs 143 billion shillings completely train and create awareness of the new program.

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S.4 RESULTS: Here Are The Top UCE Schools In The Country, Number Of Div 1 They Have And Their National Ranking…

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Students of Immaculate Heart Girls' School Nyakibale, the No. 1 school in Rukungiri and one of the best in the country

The Uganda National Examinations Board (UNEB) yesterday released the 2019 Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE) results.

The ceremony held at the Office of Prime Minister, the Minister of Education and Sports Janet Museveni accused teachers of encouraging cram work and misleading novices with complicated words something she said is not helping students.

According to UNEB, a total of 337,697 candidates registered for the 2019 UCE exams, with 168,639 male and 169,058 female at 3,531 centres.

The Grapevine brings you the top 500 schools in the country according to yesterday’s result.

    SCHOOL DISTRICT DIV 1 STUDENTS  % DIV 1
1 BUKALASA MINOR SCHOOL KALUNGU 36 36 100%
2 LUBIRI SEC SCH ANNEX KAMPALA 13 13 100%
3 SEETA HIGH SCH MUKONO 206 207 99.%
4 MT ST MARYS NAMAGUNGA MUKONO 215 218 98.%
5 BP. CIPRIANO KIHANGIRE SEC SCH KAMPALA 171 174 98.%
6 ST. HENRY’S COL. KITOVU MASAKA 194 198 98%
7 UGANDA MARTYRS SS NAMUGONGO WAKISO 289 296 97.%
8 ST. JOSEPH SEC SCH NAGALAMA MUKONO 208 216 96.%
9 UMAR B A ISLAMIC HIGH SCH MUKONO 38 40 95.%
10 LIGHT ACADEMY SEC SCH WAKISO 62 66 93.%
11 ST. MARY’S SEC SCH KITENDE WAKISO 464 499 93%
12 SEETA HIGH SCH MUKONO MUKONO 217 234 92%
13 NSAMBYA HILSIDE HIGH SCH KAMPALA 214 232 92%
14 GAYAZA HIGH SCH WAKISO 178 193 92%
15 THE ACADEMY. ST. LAWRENCE BUDDO WAKISO 54 59 91%
16 ST. MARY’S HIGH SCH LUKAYA KALUNGU 21 23 91%
17 NOTRE DAME ACADEMY, BUSEESA KIBAALE 40 44 90%
18 MANDELA SEC SCH HOIMA HOIMA 86 95 90%
19 ST. MARY’S GIRLS’ COL, ABOKE KOLE 46 51 90%
20 ST. JOSERPH’S GIRLS, NSAMBYA KAMPALA 182 202 90%
21 IMMACULATE HEART GIRLS SCH RUKUNGIRI 278 310 89%
22 KISUBI SEM WAKISO 39 44 88%
23 NAMILYANGO COL MUKONO 168 191 88%
24 NTARE SCH MBARARA 188 214 87%
25 KAWEMPE MUSLIM SEC SCH KAMPALA 190 218 87%
26 ST. STEPHEN’S COL  BAJA KALUNGU 44 51 86%
27 ST JULIAN HIGH SCH GAYAZA WAKISO 68 79 86%
28 ROYAL COL NAMUGONGO, MUKONO MUKONO 17 20 85%
29 ST JOSEPH OF NAZARETH HIGH SCH MPIGI 62 73 84%
30 KING’S COL BUDDO WAKISO 254 310 84%
31 LONDON COL OF ST. LAWRENCE WAKISO 105 126 83%
32 NAMIREMBE HILLSIDE HIGH SCH WAKISO 50 60 83%
33 MERRYLAND HIGH SCH ENTEBBE WAKISO 84 101 83%
34 ST. MARY’S COL KISUBI WAKISO 249 300 83%
35 ST. MARY’S COLLEGE LUGAZI BUIKWE 142 175 81%
36 ST. JOSEPH SEM. NYENGA BUIKWE 24 30 80%
37 OCER CHAMPION JESUIT COL GULU 94 118 79%
39 GOD’S WAY HIGH SCHMAGANJO WAKISO 37 47 78%
40 NAALYA SEC SCH BYEYOGERERE WAKISO 106 136 77%
41 KIIRA COL BITIKI JINJA 130 168 77%
42 NAALYA SEC SCH NAMUGONGO WAKISO 113 147 76%
43 NDEJJE SEC SCH LUWEERO 220 289 76%
44 NABISUNSA GIRLS’ SCH KAMPALA 186 248 75%
45 SEROMA CHRISTIAN HIGH SCH MUKONO 70 95 73%
46 MARYHILL HIGH SCH MBARARA 184 252 73%
47 HAMZA ISLAMIC HIGH SCH LUWEERO 8 11 72%
48 BWERANYANGI GIRLS’ SCH BUSHENYI 184 254 72%
49 ST. CHARLES LWANGA SEM RUKUNGIRI 25 35 71%
50 SEETA HIGH SCH GREEN CAMPUS MUKONO 146 205 71%
51 TORORO GIRL’S SCHOOL TORORO 165 234 70%
52 JINJA POROGRESSIVE SEC SCH ANNEX JINJA 49 70 70%
53 TRINITY COL NABINGO WAKISO 211 303 69%
54 OUR LADY OF AFRICA SEC SCH MUKONO 145 209 69%
55 KISOZI HIGH SCH WAKISO 68 100 68%
56 BRIILLIANT HIGH SCH KAWEMPE WAKISO 73 110 66%
57 GOMBE SEC SCH BUTAMBALA 173 263 65%
58 ST. CYPRIAN CHAVANOD COL LUWEERO 51 79 64%
59 ST. MARY’S VOC. SCH MBARARA MBARARA 42 68 61%
60 CITIOZEN SEC SCH IBANDA IBANDA 51 83 61%
61 NTUNGAMPO HIGH SCH NTUNGAMO 107 180 59%
62 ST. JOSEPH’S VOCATIONAL SCH MBARARA 85 143 59%
63 HOY’S SEC SCH BUKOMANSIMBI BUKOMANSIMBI 20 34 58%
64 BISHOP CYPRIAN HIGH SCH MUKONO 95 262 58%
65 MENGO SEC SCH KAMPALA 288 489 57%
66 ST JOSEPH’S COL, LAYIBI GULU 63 115 54%
67 KIBULI SEC SCH KAMPALA 178 330 53%
68 NADIKET SEM MOROTO MOROTO 7 13 53%
69 POPE JOHN PAUL 11 HIGH SCH NAKASEKE NAKASEKE 29 54 53%
70 ST PAULS’ SEM KABALE KABALE 33 62 53%
71 ST PADRE PIO SEC SCH BUSUNJU MITYANA 40 76 52%
72 ST LAWRENCE SEC SCH SSONDE MUKONO 73 140 52%
73 NAMIRYANGO SEC SCH MUKONO 26 50 52%
74 ARCHBP. FLYNN SEC SCH PADRE 13 25 52%
75 ST MARIA GORETTI SS KATENDE MPIGI 60 116 51%
76 JINJA COL. JINJA 88 172 51%
77 CHRIST THE KING SS KALISIZO KYOTERA 46 9I 50%
78 WELLSTARS BRIGHT SEC SCH KIREKA MUKONO 17 35 50%
79 SACRED HEART SEM MUBENDE MUBENDE 13 26 50%
80 LINCON HIHG SCH, KABEMBE MUKONO 10 20 50%
81 LEGACY SEC SCH KIWAWU MITYANA 6 12 50%
82 BULOOBA ROYAL COL WAKISO 129 259 49%
83 ST. MARY’S VOC SCH BUSHENYI 82 168 48%
84 HILTON HIGH SCH MUKONO MUKONO 53 109 485
85 KENNEDY SEC SCH KISUBI WAKISO 56 118 47%
86 HIGHFIELD HIGH SCH OF EAST AFRICA WAKISO 7 15 46%
87 ST. JUDE SEC SCH  MASAKA MASAKA 34 75 45%
88 ST. JOSEPH COL , OMBACI ARUA 41 91 45%
89 MAKERERE COL SCH KAMPALA 127 282 45%
90 BUDINI SEC SCH KALIRO 72 162 44%
91 NSAMBYA HILLSIDE WESTERN CAMPUS MBARARA 8 18 44%
92 ST. PETER’S COL TORORO TORORO 35 79 44$%
93 ST THEREZA GIRL’S SS BWANDA KALUNGU 82 186 44%
94 WITS COL NAMULANDA WAKISO 44 100 44%
95 AGA KHAN HIGH SCH KAMPALA 16 37 43%
96 MBARARA HIGH SCH MBARARA 86 200 43%
97 KATIKAMU SEC SCH LUWEERO 58 135 43%
98 ST. JUDE SEC SCH KATENDE MPIGI 15 35 42%
99 RUGASA MIXED SEC SCH MBARARA 3 7 42%
100 EQUATORIAL COL SCH IBANDA IBANDA 68 159 42%
101 DARA CHRISTIAN HIGH SCH LIRA 27 64 42%
102 STELLA MARIS COL NSUBE BUIKWE 61 145 42%
103 KITABI SEM BUSHENYI 37 88 42%
104 MT. ST. HENRY’S HIGH SCH MUKONO MUKONO 68 162 42%
105 BUGEMA ADVENTIST SEC SCH LUWEERO 55 132 41%
106 METHA SEC SCH BUIKWE 25 60 41%
107 ST JOHN EVANGELIST SEM KASESE 5 12 41%
108 BUDDO SEC SCH WAKISO 167 401 41%
109 STANDARD COL , NTUNGAMO NTUNGAMO 74 178 41%
110 MUNTA ROYAL COL , BOMBO LUWEERO 51 124 41%
111 RUBAGA GIRLS SEC SCH KAMPALA 68 166 41%
112 GREENHILL ACADEMY,KAMPALA KAMPALA 51 126 40%
113 ST LAWRENCE HIGH SCH CROWN CITY MPIGI 23 57 40%
114 ST HENRY’S COL , MBALWA WAKISO 22 55 40%
115 KITENDE SEC SCH WAKISO 99 249 39%
116 LAKESIDE COL LUZIRA KAMPALA 59 149 39%
117 KITEREDDE SEC SCH KYOTERA 24 61 39%
118 FIVE STAR HIGH SCH NTUNGAMO NTUNGAMO 33 84 39%
119 NILE CITIZENS SEC SCH KALISIZO KYOTERA 34 87 39%
120 KIGUMBA INTENSIVE SEC SXCH KIRYANDONGO 57 147 38%
121 ST. KIZITO SEC SCH BUGOLOBI KAMPALA 72 186 38%
122 BISHOP’S SENIOR SCH MUKONO MUKONO 112 290 38%
123 KABALE BRAINSTORM HIGH SCH KABALE 76 197 38%
124 CHRIST’S CITY SEC SCH , MMANZE WAKISO 8 21 38%
125 TESO COL , ALOET SPOROTI 64 169 37%
126 ST. KALEMBE SEC SCH KAYUNGA 45 120 37%
127 LION OF JUDAH SEC SCH KAYUNGA 3 8 37%
128 MPOMA SCH MUKONO 31 83 37%
129 MITA COL KAWEMPE WAKISO 26 70 37%
130 ST RAPHEAL SEC SCH, NYAKANYINYA RUKUNGIRI 37 100 37%
131 NSAMBYA HILLSIDE HIGH SEC KAMPALA 14 38 36%
132 APOSTELS OF JESUS SEM , MOROTO MOROTO 7 19 36%
133 NYAKA VOC SEC SCH KAMBULA KANUNGU 15 41 36%
134 FORTPORTAL SEC SCH KABAROLE 38 104 36%
135 LUGAZI HOMESTORN SCH BUIKWE 40 110 36%
136 RAFIKI SEC SCH WAKISO 4 11 36%
137 ST. ELIZABETH GIRLS’ SS MITYANA MITYANA 36 100 36%
138 OUIR LADY OF AFRICA SS MUKONO MUKONO 80 223 35%
139 LINK EXCEL HIGH SCHOOL, IGOROLA IBANDA 10 28 35%
140 NANSANA ST. JOSEPH SEC SCH WAKISO 36 101 35%
141 OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL GAYAZA WAKISO 66 187 35%
142 MBOGO COL SCH KAWEMPE KAMPALA 30 85 35%
143 MAKERERE HIGH SCH MIGADDE WAKISO 13 37 35%
144 ST. PETER’S SEC SCH ,NSAMBYA KAMPALA 76 217 35%
145 NILE HIGH SCH MUKONO MUKONO 17 49 34%
146 ST. NOA GIRL’S SEC SCH ZZANA WAKISO 82 237 34%
147 MAKINDYE SEC SCH KAMPALA 39 113 34%
148 ST. MIHAEL INTERNATIONAL SCH KAMPALA 31 90 34%
149 VIENNA HIGH SCH KABOWA KAMPALA 33 96 34%
150 ADELLANTE AFRICA SEC SCH IGAYAZA KAKUMIRO 13 38 34%
151 JERESSAR HIGH SCH ANNEX SOROTI 52 156 33%
152 SEAT OF WISDOM SEC SCH KASAWO MUKONO 47 141 33%
153 MBOGO HIGH SCH WAKISO 43 129 33%
154 OTINO- WAA COMPREHENSIVE SEC SCH KOLE 11 33 33%
155 NALINYA LWANTALE GIRLS’ SCH LUWEERO 9 27 33%
156 ST ELIZABETH  SEC SCH NKOOWE WAKISO 28 85 32%
157 GOODHEART  SEC SCH JINJA JINJA 27 82 32%
158 BEXHILL HIGH SCH , KAMUTUUZA KALUNGU 15 46 32%
159 MITYANA MODERN SEC SCH MITYANA 67 206 32%
160 JANAN SEC SCH , BOMBO LUWEERO 52 160 32%
161 SACRED HEART BESC SCH MUSHANGA SHEEMA 87 269 32%
162 ST PAUL’S COL MBALE MBALE 28 37 32%
163 ST MARY’S COL RUSHOROZA KABALE 43 134 32%
164 MUNTUYERA HIGH SCH, KITUNGA NTUNGAMO 16 50 32%
165 ST AUGUSTINE SEC SCH ,NAKIFUMA MUKONO 8 25 32%
166 BUDDO CHRISTIAN SEC SCH WAKISO 6 19 31%
167 UGANDA MARTYRS’ HIGH SCH RUBAGA KAMPALA 38 121 31%
168 BAPTIST HIGH SCH KITEBI KAMPALA 43 138 31%
169 NGORA HIGH SCH NGORA 71 230 30%
170 KISUBI MAPEERA SEC SCH WAKISO 58 189 30%
171 TALENTS COL MUKONO MUKONO 7 23 30%
172 MIDLAND HIGH SCH KAWEMPE KAMPALA 52 171 30%
173 ST. BALIKUDEMBE SEC SCH, KISOGA MUKONO 41 135 30%
174 KAJJANSI PROGRESSIVE SEC SCH WAKISO 87 288 30%
175 BISHOP ANGELO NEGRI COL, GULU GULU 16 53 30%
176 ST. ANTHONY SEC SCH KAKOOGE NAKASONGOLA 16 53 30%
177 ST. AUGUSTINE’S COL WAKISO WAKISO 57 189 30%
178 PLUS TWO HIGH SCH BUSHENYI 38 126 30%
179 SEETA HILL COL ,MUKONO MUKONO 25 83 30%
180 LACOR SEM AMURU 9 30 30%
181 ST. ALOYSIUS SEC SCH BWANDA KALUNGU 9 30 30%
182 ST. THOMAS AQUINAS COL KAMWENGE KAMWENGE 29 97 29%
183 BLESSED SACRAMENT SS KIMAANYA MASAKA 83 280 29%
184 HOLY TRINITY SEC SCH MPIGI 8 27 29%
185 IBANDA SEC SCH IBANDA 23 78 29%
186 LUBIRI HIGH SCH KAMPALA 33 112 29%
187 KAMONKOLI COL BUDAKA 10 34 29%
188 CHRIST THE KING GIRL’S SEC SCH MATUGA WAKISO 5 17 29%
189 PAUL MUKASA SEC SCH MIKONO 47 160 29%
190 VICTORIA HIGH SCH, IGANGA IGANGA 30 103 29%
191 ST. THOMAS VOC. SEC SCH RUBIRIZI 52 180 28%
192 GLOBAL HIGH SCH OMUNGEYENYI NTUNGAMO 31 108 28%
193 NAMILYANGO HIGH SCH MUKONO MUKONO 14 49 28%
194 ST. JOHN BOSCO SEM. HOIMA HOIMA 10 35 28%
195 ST. MARK’S COLLEGE NAMAGOMA WAKISO 81 284 28%
196 KAKOOLA HIGH SCH LUWEERO 27 95 28%
197 ST. PETER’S SEC SCH NAALYA WAKISO 59 208 28%
198 KIREKA HIGH SCH WAKISO 26 92 28%
199 ST. JOSEPH’S HIGH SCH NAMAGUNGA MUKONO 26 92 28%
200 TRIANGLE SEC SCH, IGANGA IGANGA 20 71 28%
201 DR OBOTE COL, BOROBORO LIRA 45 160 28%
202 GREENLIGHT ISLAMIC SEC SCH, NANSANA WAKISO 38 100 28%
203 ST. LAWRENCE COL. PARIS PALAIS MPIGI 26 93 28%
204 AMPLE HIGH SCH, MUTUNDWE WAKISO 5 18 27%
205 ST. THEREZA SEC SCH KATENDE MPIGI 18 65 27%
206 PASSION CHRISTIAN H/S KYEBANDO WAKISO 16 58 27%
207 BWERA SEC SCH KASESE 33 120 27%
208 MBALE PROGRESSIVE SEC SCH  ANNEX MBALE 11 40 27%
209 SPRINGFIELD HIGH SCH MATUGGA WAKISO 14 51 27%
210 ENTEBBE SEC SCH WAKISO 35 128 27%
211 HOLY CROSS LAKEVIEW SS JINJA JINJA 48 177 27%
212 WINSTONE STANDARD SS, KAMPALA KAMPALA 14 52 26%
213 CENTRAL SCH, HOIMA HOIMA 25 93 26%
214 SSAKU SEC SCH LUWEERO 31 116 26%
215 ST. JAMES SEC SCH HOIMA HOIMA 59 221 265
216 CLEVERLAND HIGH SCH MBARARA MBARARA 19 72 26%
217 ST. CHARLES LWANGA KITABI VOC SS BUSHENYI 35 133 26%
218 UGANDA MATRYS VOCATIONAL & SS WAKISO 15 57 26%
219 NEW HOPE ACADEMY, LUWERO NAKASEKE 7 27 25%
220 WOBULENZI HIGH SCH LUWEERO 58 224 25%
221 ROYAL GIANT HIGH SCH MITYANA MITYANA 15 58 25%
222 ZAAKE SEC SCH KYOTERA 16 62 25%
223 IMPERIAL SEC SC, IBANDA IBANDA 18 70 25%
224 ST. JOSEPH HILL SS KYEMBOGO KYENJOJO 9 35 25%
225 MENTOR SEC SCH LIRA LIRA 21 82 25%
226 ST. JAMES BIINA HALL LUZIRA KAMPALA 57 223 25%
227 KABALEGA SEC SCH MASINDI 14 55 25%
228 EXODUS COL. SCH, MMENDE WAKISO 29 114 25%
229 WANYANGE GIRLS SEC SCH JINJA 31 122 25%
230 ST. LAWRENCE CITIZENS HORIZONE WAKISO 20 79 25%
231 BISHOP COMBONI COL , KAMBUGA KANUNGU 27 107 25%
232 HALCYON HIGH SCH,SOROTI SOROTI 93 372 25%
233 PREMIER SEC SCH , HOIMA HOIMA 23 92 25%
234 VIVA COL SCH WAIRAKA JINJA 11 44 25%
235 ST. PETER’S SEC SCH RWEIBUGUMYA KARUHURA 8 32 25%
236 MEMOLAND COL MUKONO MUKONO 7 28 25%
237 ST. GEORGE SEC SCH, MAKUKUULU BUKOMANSIMBI 22 89 24%
238 ST. FRANCIS SEC SCH, BUSUJJU MITYANA 16 65 24%
239 SHEEMA GIRLS’ SCH SHEEMA 28 114 24%
240 GAYAZA ROAD SEC SCH KAMPALA 14 57 24%
241 MITYANA STANDARD SEC SCH MITYANA 24 98 24%
242 LUGAZI HOMELAND COL BUIKWE 32 131 24%
243 ST. ANDREW KAGGWA GOMBE HIGH SCH KAMPALA 17 70 24%
244 ST. PONTIANO NGONDWE SEC SCH KAYUNGA 21 87 24%
245 KATATUMBA ACADEMY MBARARA 7 29 24%
246 ST. JOHN’S SEC SC H, NTEBETEBE WAKISO 26 108 24%
247 KING SOLOMON’S COL KYATEGA KYEGEGWA 37 154 24%
248 ST. CHARLES LWANGA SS MUBENDE MUBENDE 24 100 24%
249 ST. PETER’S SEM, MADERA SOROTI 6 25 24%
250 NAZARETH HIGH SCH KIRUHURA 11 46 23%
251 KIKAJJO SDA HIGH SCH WAKISO 11 46 23%
252 WAMPEWO NTAKKE HIGH SCH WAKISO 52 128 23%
253 ST. CECILIA GIRLS’ SS BUSHENYI BUSHENYI 22 93 23%
254 STS.PETER AND PAUL SEM ARUA ARUA 4 17 23%
255 MASAKA SEC SCH MASAKA 117 499 23%
256 LUBIRI HIGH SCH, BULOBA CAMPUS WAKISO 30 128 23%
257 CREASTED SEC SCH KAMPALA KAMPALA 18 77 23%
258 ST CATHERINE’S COL NAKINYUNGUZI KAMPALA 18 77 23%
259 ST. CHARLES LWANGA GTC KALUNGU KALUNGU 7 30 23%
260 COMBONI COL,  LIRA LIRA 20 86 23%
261 ST. FRANCIS DE SALES SEC SCH TORORO 10 43 23%
262 BETHANY HIGH SCH, NAALYA WAKISO 29 125 23%
263 ALLIANCE HIHG SCH, NANSANA WAKISO 30 130 23%
264 MAKERERE ESC SCH WAKISO 17 74 23%
265 CORNERSTONE SEC SCH, ARUA ARUA 13 57 22%
266 SOROTI MUNICIPAL SEC SCH SOROTI 23 101 22%
267 STANDARD HIGH SCH , ZZANA WAKISO 56 246 22%
268 NYANZA HIGH SCH, JINJA JINJA 5 22 22%
269 MBALE SEC SCH MBALE 95 419 22%
270 SEBEI COL, TEGERES KAPCHORWA 53 234 22%
271 BUSOGA COL MWIRI JINJA 12 53 225
272 NYABUHIKYE SEC SCH IBANDA 15 67 22%
273 MADINAH ISLAMIC SEC SCH NSANGI WAKISO 51 228 22%
274 REHABOTH INTERGRATED HIGH SCH BUIKWE 12 54 22%
275 EQUATOR HIGH SCH NYENDO – KASANA MASAKA 4 18 22%
276 CHRIST THE KING SS, KYEGULUALSO MUBENDE 4 18 22%
277 HOLY CROSS SEC SCH WOBULENZI LUWEERO 2 9 22%
278 BUKULULA SEC SCH KALUNGU 13 59 22%
279 MAMA KEVIN COMPREHENSIVE SS TORORO 57 260 21%
280 KYADDONDO SEC SCH WAKISO 61 279 21%
281 ST. THERESA GIRLS VOC IBANDA 10 46 21%
282 HILTON SEC SCH MBARARA ISINGIRO 5 23 21%
183 BISHOP OGEZ HIGH SCH ISHAKA BUSHENYI 55 255 21%
284 MT. ST. JOHN’S COL , KAGOMA JINJA 11 51 21%
285 DABANI GIRLS’ SCH BUSIA BUSIA 17 79 21%
286 CENTRAL COL.MITYANA MITYANA 107 499 21%
287 RUGANDO COL. RWAMPARA MBARARA 9 42 21%
288 BRIGHT SEC SCH, SEETA MUKONO 11 52 21%
289 FAITH HIGH SCH, SONDE MUKONO 11 52 21%
290 IGANGA HIGH SCH IGANGA 79 374 21%
291 NYAKASURA SCH KABAROLE 25 119 21%
292 ARCHBISHOP KIWANUKA SS, KITOVU MASAKA 51 243 21%
293 BUIKWE SEC SCH BUIKWE 26 125 20%
294 MUMSA HIGH SCH, MITYANA MITYANA 23 112 20%
295 RINES SEC SCH, NAMUSERA WAKISO 40 195 20%
296 OXFORD SEC SCH, IBANDA IBANDA 9 44 20%
297 KIBOGA PROGRESSIVE SEC SCH KIBOGA 16 79 20%
298 BULOBA HIGH SCH WAKISO 38 189 20%
299 LUWEERO SEC SCH LUWEERO 42 210 20%
300 ST. HENRY’S COL. GANGU WAKISO 32 160 20%
301 MBIRIZI HIGH SCH MASAKA 12 60 20%
302 ST. KALEMBA SEC SCH, VILA MARIA KALUNGU 9 45 20%
303 ST. JOHNS’ SEC SCH MUDUUMA MPIGI 6 30 20%
304 KAIROS HIGH SCH KAMPALA 4 20 20%
305 MIREMBE SEC SCH, BUNADDU WAKISO 2 10 20%
306 ST FRANCIS VOC. SS, BITOOMA BUSHENYI 17 86 19%
307 HILLSIDE COL. MITYANA MITYANA 11 56 19%
308 VINE HIGH SC, KYEIZOBA BUSHENYI 31 158 19%
309 KASHAKA GIRLS’ SEC SCH MBARARA 28 143 19%
310 ST. EDWARD’S COL. GALAMBA WAKISO 9 46 19%
311 HAWA SEC SCH KAMPALA WAKISO 7 36 19%
312 KICHWAMBA HIGH SCH RUBURIZI 27 139 19%
313 HOPEFUL FUTURE HIGH SC,KAYUNGA KAYUNGA 13 67 19%
314 KYEBAMBE GIRL’S SEC SCH KABAROLE 30 155 19%
315 ST. JOHN’S GIRLS’ SEC, NKONI LWENGO 12 62 19%
316 KIBINGO GIRLS’ SEC SCH SHEEMA 35 181 19%
317 KYAMBOGO COL. SCH KAMPALA 28 145 19%
318 NTUNGAMO GIRL’S HIGH SCH NTUNGAMO 25 130 19%
319 DESTINY HIGH SCH, KAATO MANAFWA 14 73 19%
320 KAWANDA SEC SCH WAKISO 27 142 19%
321 ALLIANCE SEC SCH, IBANDA IBANDA 25 132 18%
322 EDIOFE GIRLS’ SEC SCH ARUA 28 148 18%
323 TROPICAL HIGH SCH, IDUDI IGANGA 14 74 18%
324 MITYANA EBENEZER SEC SCH MITYANA 7 37 18%
325 NAJJEMBE HOMELAND SS, LUGAZI BUIKWE 27 143 18%
326 HOPELAND HIGH SCH, NAJJA BUIKWE 6 32 18%
327 MOTHER MARY HIGH SCH KAGADI 3 16 18%
328 LOHANA HIGH SCH KAMPALA 3 16 18%
329 DUHAGA SEC SCH HOIMA 11 59 18%
330 GREAT LAKES HIGH SCH KANUNGU 11 59 18%
331 ST. PATRICK SEC SCH, NABISOIGI NAMUTUMBA 7 38 18%
332 RESTORE LEADERSHIP  HIGH SCH,GULU AMURU 11 60 18%
333 BWEYOGERERE SEC SCH WAKISO 19 104 18%
334 NAMBOOLE HIGH SCH WAKISO 21 115 18%
335 KAKUNGULU MEMORIAL SEC SCH, KAMPALA KAMPALA 48 264 18%
336 LIGHT SEC SC, NYABUBARE BUSHENYI 36 198 18%
337 KINAAWEA HIGH SCH, KAWEMPE WAKISO 24 134 18%
338 EMMA HIGH SCH, KIKAAYA KAMPALA 8 44 18%
339 ST. MARY’S SEC SCH, SSANJE RAKAI 49 273 17%
340 SUNRISE SEC SCH,NEBBI NEBBI 7 39 17%
341 RWASHAMAIRE HIGH SCH NYUNGAMO 19 106 17%
342 KIKONI  HIGH SCH MBARARA 29 162 17%
343 GREENFIELD HIGH SCH IGANGA 16 90 17%
344 MOTHER KEVIN SEC SCH, JINJA JINJA 9 51 17%
345 KASHENYI SEC SCH RUKUNGIRI 28 160 17%
346 ZANA CHRISTIAN HIGH SCH WAKISO 7 40 17%
347 RUSHANJE GIRLS’SEC SCH MBARARA 8 46 17%
348 DORAH BLOCH INTERNATIONAL COL. KIRYANDONGO 17 98 17%
349 HAMDAN GIRL’S HIGH SCH MBALE 17 98 17%
350 COUNTRYSIDE COL. MUKONO MUKONO 14 81 17%
351 KISORO VISION SEC SCH KISORO 29 168 17%
352 AMITY SEC SCH, NANSANA GANDA WAKISO 15 87 17%
353 SEETA SEC SCH MUKONO 5 29 17%
354 KINGSWAY HIGH SCH WAKISO 16 93 17%
355 ST. SEBASTIAN SEC SCH BETHLEHEM KYOTERA 21 123 17%
356 NAGONGERA SEM TORORO 8 47 17%
357 UBUNTU HILL SCH WAKISO 17 100 17%
358 CHRIST SEC SCH BUNDIBUGYO BUNDIBUGYO 10 59 16%
359 TAIBAH INTERNATIONAL SCH WAKISO 10 59 16%
360 HOPE SEN SEC SCH, NAKIREBE MPIGI 12 71 16%
361 ST. KAGGWA BUSHENYI HIGH SCH BUSHENYI 14 83 16%
362 KAKIRA SEC SCH JINJA 22 131 16%
363 KIGEZI HIGH SCH KABALE 16 96 16%
364 ATLAS HIGH SCH GAYAZA WAKISO 16 96 16%
365 ST. CHARLES LWANGA SS KASESE KALUNGU 11 66 16%
366 LIGHT AFRICA SEC SCH, MASANAFU KAMPALA 8 48 16%
367 BROADWAY HIGH SCH, KAMPALA KAMPALA 7 42 16%
368 EBENEZER CHRISTIAN HIGH SCH BULENGA WAKISO 7 42 16%
369 VICTORY HIGH SCH MASINDI 2 12 16%
370 JOY HIGH SCH, ENTEBBE WAKISO 2 12 16%
371 IAN COL. LYANTONDE LYANTONDE 13 79 16%
372 BETHEL ROYAL HIGH SCH NAKASONGOLA 11 67 16%
373 PARENTAL CARE SEC SCH, MBARARA MBARARA 10 61 16%
374 BWONGYERA GIRL’S SEC SCH NTUNGAMO 21 129 16%
375 KIGEZI COL. BUTOBERE KABALE 112 74 16%
376 KIGUMBA POARENT’S SEC SCH KIRYANDONGO 15 93 16%
377 ST. BRUNO SSERUNKUMA’S SS GGOLI MPIGI 15 93 16%
378 LUYANZI COL. BWEYOGERERE WAKISO 5 31 16%
379 ST. ANDREA KAAHWA SC, KOOKI KAKUMIRO 29 180 16%
380 KAKO SEC SCH MASAKA 9 56 16%
381 EAST HIGH SCH, NTINDA KAMPALA 17 106 16%
382 CRANE HIGH SCH, BWERENGA WAKISO 25 156 16%
383 ST. HENRY’S BUYENGA SEC SCH WAKISO 16 100 16%
384 HOPE COMPREHENSIVE SEC SCH KALUNGU 4 25 16%
385 GREEN ACRE COL. MUKONO 4 25 16%
386 MIDLAND HIGH SCH, BUNTABA MUKONO 4 25 16%
387 AVE MARIA SEC SCH KYENJOJO 14 88 15%
388 GREEN VALLEY HIGH SCH KAYUNGA 10 63 15%
389 HOPE CHRISTIAN HIGH SCH, LUGAZI BUIKWE 19 120 15%
390 NOTREDAME HIGH SCH MASAKA 15 95 15%
391 MASHERUKA GIRL’S SEC SCH SHEEMA 6 38 15%
392 FAITHFUL SERVANTS CHRISTIAN HIGH SCH JINJA 3 19 15%
393 BOSTON HIGH SCH, MPOLA WAKISO 16 102 15%
394 SAVIOUR HIGH SCH, KIBOGA KIBOGA 21 134 15%
395 VISION COL. KIKAJJO WAKISO 15 96 15%
396 BUZIGA ISLAMIC THEOLOGICAL INST KAMPALA 14 90 15%
397 ST. THOMAS AQUINAS SS KAWEMPE WAKISO 18 116 15%
398 MUSANA VOCATIONAL HIGH SCH IGANGA 11 71 15%
399 LUBIRI SEC SCH KAMPALA 68 439 15%
400 KITANTE HILL SEC SCH KAMPALA 38 246 15%
401 MBOGO MIXED SEC SCH WAKISO 33 214 15%
402 ST. NOA MAWAGALI SEC SCH, JINJA BUIKWE 22 143 15%
403 ST. LUCIA HILL SCH, NAMAGOMA WAKISO 2O 130 15%
404 ST. KIZITO SEC SCH, KABOWA KAMPALAS 8 52 15%
405 GAYAZA ROAD TRIANGLE SS KIWENDA WAKISO 6 39 15%
406 HOPE BOARDING SEC SCH, LUTEMBE WAKISO 27 177 155
407 ABDULRAHAMAN BIN AUF SEC SCH KAMPALA 7 46 15%
408 TRINITY SEC SCH RWASHAMAIRE NTUNGAMO 17 112 15%
409 MARIAM HIGH SCHOOL ,KAMPALA KAMPALA 8 53 15%
410 NUMASA SEC SCH MASAKA 32 213 15%
411 KIRYOKYA PATRENTS SEC SCH MITYANA 9 60 15%
412 HILLCIYT SEC SCH LIRA LIRA 6 40 15%
413 HANA MIXED SEC SCH WAKISO 3 20 15%
414 TRANSFORM EDUCATIONAL CENTRE WAKISO 3 20 15%
415 ST. CHARLES LWANGA SEC SCH SHEEMA 28 187 15%
416 KINAAWA HIGH SCH, KASANGATI WAKISO 13 87 14%
417 HILL VIEW COL. BULANGIRA KIBUKU 18 121 14%
418 NGOMA SEC SCH, MBALE BUDAKA 36 2453 14%
419 ST. JOHNS COMPREHENSIVE SS LYANTONDE 20 135 14%
420 LORDS MEAD VOCATIONAL COL. NJERU BUIKWE 8 54 14%
421 ST. JOHN’S SEC SCH, BUIYAMBI MITYANA 9 61 14%
422 KASAWO ISLAMIC SCH MUKONO 23 256 14%
423 MOTHERLAND ACADEMY WAKISO 10 68 14%
424 EVERLIGHT COL., KALUNGU, BBUNGA KAMPALA 5 34 14%
425 KINAAWA HIGH SCH, MUGONGO WAKISO 23 157 14%
426 ST. CHARLES LWANGA KOBOKO KOBOKO 6 41 14%
427 ST. MAECHEL HIGH SCH MUKONO MUKONO 15 105 14%
428 M.M.COL. WAILAKA JINJA 8 55 14%
429 KIBAALE COMMUNITY SEC SCH RAKAI 8 55 14%
430 ST. CHARLES LWANGA INT. SEC SCH WAKISO 11 76 14%
431 NYAKAYOJO SEC SCH MBARARA 12 83 14%
432 KABALE TRINITY COL. KABALE 32 223 14%
433 PEAS NOBLEHIGH SC, RUKIRI IBANDA 20 140 14%
434 CENTENARY HIGH SCHOOL, NYENDO MASAKA 18 126 14%
435 ST. MARY’S SEC SCH , NAMALIGA LUWEERO 12 84 14%
436 TRINITY SENIOR ACADEMY , ENTEBBE WAKISO 7 49 14%
437 EXCEL SEC SCH,KASUBI KAMPALA 2 14 14%
438 OAKS OF RIGHTEOUSNESS HIGH KIRYANDONGO 2 14 14%
439 NYABIKONI SEC SCH KABALE KABALE 26 183 14%
440 WESTERN COL. MBARARA MBARARA 19 134 14%
441 KANGOLE GIRLS’ SCH NAPAK 11 78 14%
442 ST. JOHN PAUL 11 COL. GULU GULU 19 135 14%
443 COMPREHENSIVE COL. KITETIKKA WAKISO 16 114 14%
444 ST. DANIEL COMBON COL. NEBBI 7 50 14%
445 GOD MARK HIGH SCH MUKONO 13 93 14%
446 ST. BERNARDS SEC SCH KISWERA LWENGO 19 136 14%
447 ST. MARIA GORETTI GIRL’S SCHOOL KABAROLE 6 43 14%
448 TURKISH LIGHT SEC SCH WAKISO 6 43 14%
449 BUSIIKA MUSLIM SEC SCH LUWEERO 17 122 13%
450 ST. MARY’S SEC SCH ANNEX, KITENDE WAKISO 33 237 13%
451 MUGWANYA SUMMIT COL. WAKISO 16 115 13%
452 BUWAMBO SEED SEC SCH WAKISO 15 108 13%
453 ST. JOHNS SEC SCH , NYABWINA SHEEMA 17 123 13%
454 ST. ANDREWS COL. SSANDA WAKISO 20 145 13%
455 ST. JONAH HIGH SCH NAMUGONGO WAKISO 12 87 13%
456 KIGARAGARA VOC. SEC SCH ISINGIRO 8 58 13%
457 NAKANYONYI GIRL’S SCH JINJA 8 58 13%
458 BULEMEZI SEC SCH,VVUMBA LUWEERO 11 80 13%
459 LUBAARE SEC SCH NTUNGAMO 17 124 13%
460 NAMUNGOONA PARENTS SEC SCH KAMPALA 19 139 13%
461 CALDINAL NSUBUGA MEM SEC SCH MPIGI 12 88 13%
462 RAYMOND VOC. SEC SCH KIGANDO MUBENDE 3 22 13%
463 MUKONO TOWN ACADEMY MUKONO 3 22 13%
464 KABOOWA HIGH SCH KAMPALA 20 147 13%
465 BUBANGIZI SEC SCH MITOOMA 22 162 13%
466 USHINDI SEC SCH ARUA 8 59 13%
467 ST. ANDRWES’ ACADEMY, KISORO KISORO 18 133 13%
468 BISHOP MCALLISTER COL. KYOGYERA SHEEMA 19 141 13%
469 NGANWA HIGH SCH SHEEMA 7 52 13%
470 EBENEZER CRISTIAN SS ENTEBBE WAKISO 9 67 13%
471 CALTEC ACADEMY MAKERERE KAMPALA 11 82 13%
472 CRANE HILL SEC SCH MAKERERE KAMPALA 13 97 13%
473 CENTRAL COL KAMULI KAMULI 22 165 13%
474 RWENTOBO HIGH SCH NTUNGAMO 14 105 13%
475 TOROROMIXED SEC SCH TORORO 12 90 13%
476 MUGONGO SEC SCH , KYENGERA WAKISO 112 90 13%%
477 ST MARYS’ SEM.FORTPOTAL KABAROLE 4 30 13%
478 ST. MBUGA VOC. SS KAMPALA KAMPALA 4 30 13%
479 SOS HERMANN GMEINER SCH WAKISO 4 30 13%
480 WANYANGE PROGRESSIVE SS JINJA 2 15 13%
481 ST. ELIZABETH SEC SCH GGULAMA MASAKA 2 15 13%
482 ST KIZITO HIGH SCH NAMUGONGO WAKISO 19 143 13%
483 ST. MARYS’ COL. LUGAZUI BUIKWE 24 181 13%
484 NAMUGONGO SCH AND VOC. SCH WAKISO 10 76 13%
485 ST JUDE BUKOTO VOC. SEC SCH MASAKA 5 38 13%
486 ST. JOHNS WAKISO SS WAKISO 5 38 13%
487 NNALINYA NDAGIRE SEC SCH KAYUNGA 21 160 13%
488 ST. JOSEPH’S CENTENARY SS NDEEBA KAMPALA 8 61 13%
489 FRANCIS AYUME MEM SS KOBOKO KOBOKO 8 61 13%
490 ST. BARNABAS COL. MIGADDE WAKISO 8 61 13%
491 ST. JUDE VOC. SEC SCH, BUSHENYI BUSHENYI 11 84 13%
492 BULOBA CHRISTIAN HIGH SCH WAKISO 9 69 13%
493 GREENSTARS HIGH SCH, ENTEBBE WAKISO 9 69 13%
494 MPIGI MIXED SEC SCH MPIGI 13 100 13%
495 ST. ADRIAN SEM, RUBANDA RUBANDA 7 54 13%
496 BADRU KAKUNGULU SS, KYAZANGA LWENGO 18 139 12%
497 LUZIRA SEC SCH KAMPALA 60 464 12%
498 ST. JOHNS’ SEC SCH MUKONO MUKONO 24 286 12%
499 LIGHT SEC AND VOC. SCH, BULENGA WAKISO 33 257 12%
500 KAIHURA PARENTS SS KYENJOJO KYENJOJO 10 78 12%

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