Kamwala Secondary School

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Kamwala Secondary School
Type Government
Grades 10 - 12
Number of students 800+
Campus 1

Kamwala Secondary School, also known as Kamwala High School (previously known as Prince Phillip High School) is a high school located in Lusaka, Zambia.


During Northern Rhodesian times, the school was known as Prince Phillip Secondary School, and was a segregated school for Asian students.[1] At the time, its hostels (dormitories) were some of the highest buildings in the city. It has since developed into a multiracial, multicultural school, with Christian, Hindu, and Muslim students.[2]

Notable alumni[edit]


  1. ^ "45 years Zambia has put best foot forward", Zambia Daily Mail, 2009-10-24, retrieved 2011-04-20 
  2. ^ Banda, Gabriel (2011-01-08), "To the teacher", The Zambia Post, retrieved 2011-04-20 
  3. ^ Mwaba, Peter (2006-03-23), "Kamwala Boy Zumla Leads Fight Against Tuberculosis on World TB Day Launch", Times of Zambia, retrieved 2011-04-22 

Coordinates: 15°25′58″S 28°17′46″E / 15.43278°S 28.29611°E / -15.43278; 28.29611