St Catherine’s College school was founded by Mr. Susane Ddumba and Mr. Robert Kiberu Matembe in Febuary 1999. Ms Faridah Nabakiibi was the first headmistress for the school and the deputy was Mr. David Mikasa
The school started with ordinary level only with 45 students during the first year with a teaching staff of 9 teachers. Late in 2003 A level section was also opened with 14 students.
St Catherine’s College school has over 476 students with 26 teaching staff and support staff. The school is a mixed day and boarding senior secondary school with both O and A level.
The School Vision is to nurture a generation of well educated, disciplined, self reliant and God fearing citizens.
To “offer quality Education to all, the college also has adult education for disadvantaged adults”
Motto “Education is Light”
The School’s Objectives are;
To provide education at affordable charges
To maintain a strong highly motivated and committed teamwork in a conducive environment
To empower the girl child and disadvantaged ones at subsidized fee
To develop students talents by encouraging co- circular activities
To produce moral uplight and disciplined students
To impart knowledge and skills into students
To make them self-reliant To extend any other services proven suitable for the community
The college enrolls post primary students currently covering East African countries including Democratic Republic of Congo and Southern Sudan.
All Uganda National Examinations Board (UNEB) subjects are taught to Students from Ordianary Level (O-Level) to Advanced level (A-Level)
St Catherine’s College firmly believes that learning begins by giving all children a sense of who they are and where they belong in the world. The school aims to encourage respect for other people’s viewpoints and ways of life, allowing children to develop the ability to understand right and wrong and to work out appropriate ways of handling different situations.
This means that the school not only seek to inspire children to the highest academic achievement, but also nurture their personal, social, moral, spiritual and cultural development.
As well as giving children a broad-based and full curriculum, therefore, It ensure that they have the chance to enjoy a wide range of activities and experiences that will enhance their learning and meet their broader needsREVIEW HERE