18.8 C
Kampala
Friday, September 24, 2021

Best Schools in UCE with Aggregates 8 in 8.

Must read

KAMPALA– The Uganda National Examination Board UNEB together with the Education Ministry on Friday released the 2020 Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE) examination results citing an improved performance in candidates.

This was disclosed by the Education Minister who stressed that despite the Covid-19 pandemic effects, students performed well an act that God has something special for our country.

Below is a list of schools in Uganda with the best performing students who scored Aggregates 8 in 8.

No. School District

1. Seeta High School Mukono 26

2. Uganda Martyrs Ss,Namugongo Wakiso 26

3. St. Marys College, Kisubi Wakiso 19

4. St.Marys Secondary School, Kitende Wakiso 12

5. St.Josephs Secondary School,Naggalama Mukono 9

6. Mt. St. Marys,Namagunga Mukono 7

7. Buddo Secondary School Wakiso 6

8. Kings College, Budo Wakiso 5

9. Namilyango College Mukono 5

10. Naalya Secondary School, Namugongo Wakiso 4

11. Nabisunsa Girls School Kampala 4

12. Our Lady Of Africa Secondary School Mukono 4

13. Seeta High School,Mukono Mukono 4

14. Merryland High School,Entebbe Wakiso 3

15. Nansana St. Joseph Secondary School Wakiso 3

16. Ndejje Secondary School Luweero 3

17. Seeta High School Green Campus, Mukono  3

18. St. Andrea Kahwas College, Hoima 3

19. St. Henrys College, Kitovu Masaka 3

20. St. Julian High School, Gayaza  Wakiso 3

21. Blessed Sacrament Ss,Kimaanya Masaka 2

22. Bp. Cipriano Kihangire Secondary School Kampala 2

23. Iganga Secondary School Iganga 2

24. Kawempe Muslim Secondary School Kampala 2

25. Mandela Secondary School, Hoima 2

26. St. Kalemba Secondary School Kayunga 2

27. Trinity College, Nabbingo Wakiso 2

28. Alliance Secondary School, Ibanda 1

29. Bishops Senior School, Mukono 1

30. Bugema Adventist Secondary School Luweero 1

31. Crane High School, Bwerenga Wakiso 1

32. Ekitangaala Transformation High School Nakasongola 1

33. Exodus College School, Mmende Wakiso 1

34. Forest Hill College, Mukono 1

35. Gayaza High School Wakiso 1

36. Gayaza Road Secondary School Kampala 1

37. Gombe Secondary School Butambala 1

38. Greenhill Academy, Kampala 1

39. Hilton High School, Mukono 1

40. Janan Secondary School, Bombo Luweero 1

41. Jeressar High School, Soroti 1

42. Kabale Brainstorm High School Kabale 1

43. Katikamu Secondary School Luweero 1

44. Kawanda Secondary School Wakiso 1

45. King Solomons  College, Kyatega Kyegegwa 1

46. Kisoro Vision Secondary School Kisoro 1

47. Kitende Secondary School Wakiso 1

48. Kitgum Comprehensive College Kitgum 1

49. Kyamate Secondary School Ntungamo 1

50. Light Secondary School, Nyabubare Bushenyi 1

51. Masaka Secondary School Masaka 1

52. Mengo Secondary School Kampala 1

53. Midland High School, Kawempe 1

54. Mityana Modern Secondary School Mityana 1

55. Mt.St.Henrys High School,Mukono 1

56. Namboole High School Wakiso 1

57. Namirembe Hillside High School Wakiso 1

58. Namiryango Secondary School Mukono 1

59. Ntare School Mbarara 1

60. Ntungamo High School Ntungamo 1

61. Royal Giant High School, Mityana 1

62. Sacred Heart Secondary School, Mushanga Sheema 1

63. Sseke Secondary School Lwengo 1

64. St. Andrea Kaahwa Schools,Kooki Kakumiro 1

65. St. Cyprian Chavanod College Luweero 1

66. St. Gracious Secondary School,Lira Lira 1

67. St. John Evangelist Seminary Kasese 1

68. St. Jude Secondary School, Masaka 1

69. St. Marys College, Rushoroza Kabale 1

70. St. Noas Girls Secondary School, Zzana Wakiso 1

71. Standard Secondary School, Kisoro 1

In a related story, Seera Asrah, a 13 years old student of Nabisunsa Girls School who got a first grade scoring 10 aggregates, wants to become a doctor to treat the needy people.

“I have always wished to work in a hospital to help save lives. There is my cousin Imran who was flown to India for an operation and I kept wondering why, yet we have many hospitals here,” she said.

Asrah says apart from helping the sick, the medical skill is lucrative and one cannot go wrong.

 “Recently an uncle, a cardiologist who works in Dubai visited us. He told my dad how doctors abroad on high demand and highly paid. This specific story really caught my attention and inspired me. Since that time I have nurtured my ambition and pray that God helps and guides me to become one.”

Asrah, daughter to Manafa Shaffi, the head of marketing membership development, Federation of Uganda Employers, is the first born in a family of three. Her younger brother Mwambu Arkam, 13 years scored 8 aggregates. Her baby sister Muduwa Afrah11 years is in primary five.

She attributes her success to God, supportive parents, teachers and a conducive learning environment at school.

“Specifically my mentor, Hajjat Mwajuma did a lot to inspire me and sometimes pushed me to the edge seeking the best out of me. Lastly, I celebrate our head teacher Hajjat Zulaika who was posted to Nabisunsa the year we joined S.1 and so we had to work hard as her pioneer S.1s not to disappoint her.”

- Advertisement -

More articles

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

- Advertisement -

Latest article