|Namasagali, Kamuli District
|Type||Public Middle School and High School (8-13)|
|Number of students||840 (2009)|
|Athletics||soccer, rugby, track, tennis, volleyball, and basketball.|
The school is situated on a 496 acres (201 ha) campus at Namasagali, approximately 25 kilometres (16 mi), by road, northwest of the town of Kamuli, where the district headquarters are located. The school campus sits on the eastern shores of the Victoria Nile, between Lake Victoria and Lake Kyoga. This location is approximately 90 kilometres (56 mi), by road, north of Jinja, the nearest large city. The coordinates of the college campus are: Latitude:1.0118N; Longitude:32.9490E.
Namasagali College was established in 1965, as Kamuli College, located in Kamuli, at the premises now occupied by Busoga High School. Later that same year the school was relocated to its present premises and remamed "Namasagali College". In the beginning, the school was a joint venture between the Busoga Kingdom and the Mill Hill Fathers of the Roman Catholic Church. Busoga provided the infrastructure, while the Catholic Church provided administrative leadership. The first two headteachers were Mill Hill Fathers: Father Navel (1965–1966) and Father Damian Grimes (1967–2000). This arrangement was terminated in 2001, following the departure of Father Grimes; the school became a public school, under the administration of the Uganda Ministry of Education.
During the 1960s through the early 1980s Namasagali College was a prestigious middle and high school, sought after by the best students in Uganda. Over the years, the school has fallen into physical disrepair and its academic performance has declined. There are current efforts by the students alumni association; Namasagali Students Association (NOSA) to revive the school infrastructure and improve academic performance.
The college offers both "Ordinaly Level" (O Level) and "Advanced Level" (A Level) classes.
Notable alumni of Namasagali College include the following:
- Isaac Musumba - Uganda's former State Minister for Regional Foreign Affairs, 2006–2011
- Rebecca Kadaga - Deputy Speaker of the Ugandan Parliament, 2001–2011
- Miria Matembe - Uganda Minister of Ethics and Integrity, 1998–2003
- Charles Mbire - Chairman MTN Uganda and Eskom Uganda
- Juliana Kanyomozi - Ugandan recording artist
- Patrick Bitature - Ugandan entrepreneur, businessman and hotelier
- Jane Musoke-Nteyafas - Author and playwright
- Iryn Namubiru - Ugandan-born, performing artist, resident of Paris, France
- Location of Namasagali College At Google Maps
- The Memoires of Father Damian Grimes, Headmaster of Namasagali College from 1967 to 2000