Molly and Paul High School kibuye

Molly and Paul High School – Kibuye started in 1998 with s.1 and S.5 with an enrollment of 120 students. It is a mixed school, day school registered with the Ministry of Education and Sports. Our registration No. is UII62.

The school was founded by Molly and Paul in which its name was derived in 1998 with intension of supporting child education especially the orphans who could meet at least half of the school fees. It is now a full secondary school wit “O” and “A” levels and is located in Kampala suburb just a few kilometers from the main city.

Our curriculum which was set by the ministry of Education and Sports comprising of 16 subjects at “O” level, Those include Math, English, History, Geography, Agriculture, Art, Political Education, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, C,R E, Luganda, Computer, Accounts, Commerce, Literature. “A” Level we have 10 subjects; which are classified as the following, History, Geography, Economics, Divinity, Luganda, Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Math and Art

The school is managed by a committee members (Board of governors) comprises of Chairman, Secretary, Treasurer and other me members. The school also has a financial committee which is chaired by board members. Directors, Principal, and a teacher’s Representative. We now have 250 students with 110 boys and 140 girls. We are planning to get a boarding section for which we hope to increase school number

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