Namirembe Hill Side High School

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Namirembe Hill Side High School
Location
Kamapala
Uganda
Coordinates 0°24′59″N 32°35′30″E / 0.41639°N 32.59167°E / 0.41639; 32.59167Coordinates: 0°24′59″N 32°35′30″E / 0.41639°N 32.59167°E / 0.41639; 32.59167
Information
Funding type Private
Established May 5, 1995 (1995-05-05)
Campus type Suburban
Website

Namirembe Hill Side High School is a private co-educational, non-sectarian and prime senior school.[1] it was started on 5 May 1995 at Bakuli (Namirembe) along Mujunja Road (Kampala District, Uganda). It started as an A-Level school with only sixty students. It was founded by Kiiza Hilary and Kyaligonza Robert.

Due to expansion pressure (1999), the school was shifted from Bakuli to Luteete (Wakiso District) eight miles from the city center. The school started up O-Level with two classes (Senior One and Senior Two) with only twenty five Pioneer students, and sat for their Uganda Certificate Examination in 2001.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Parents cry out as schools hike fees". New Vision. 3 February 2009. Retrieved 1 July 2011.