Trinity College Nabbingo

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Trinity College Nabbingo
Nabbingo, Wakiso District
Type Public Middle School and High School
Motto "Be True"
Established 1942
Faculty 65
Number of students 1,010
Athletics Soccer, Cricket, Track, Netball, Volleyball, Lawn Tennis, Table Tennis, Hockey.

Trinity College Nabbingo (TRICONA), is an all-girls boarding school covering grades 8 -13 in Central Uganda.


The school is located on a hill in the village of Nabbingo, in Wakiso District, approximately 20 kilometres (12 mi), by road, south-west of Kampala, Uganda's capital and largest city, off of the Kampala-Masaka Road.[1] The coordinates of the school campus are 0°17'28.0"N, 32°28'40.0"E (Latitude:0.291111; Longitude:32.477778).[2]


TRICONA was founded in 1942 by the White Fathers, who are affiliated with the Roman Catholic Church. Thirty six years earlier, the same religious congregation had founded St. Mary's College Kisubi, a boys-only residential middle and high school along the Kampala-Entebbe Road. TRICONA was established, having realized that the secondary education of Catholic girls needed to be addressed as well. The objectives were to produce educated women who are "morally upright", "academically sound", "socially and physically capable" of serving God and their country. In the beginning, the school's administration was overseen by the Missionary Sisters of Our Lady of Africa (White Sisters), who later, in 1960 handed it over to the Canonesses Sisters of St. Augustine.[3]

Notable alumni[edit]

Some of the notable women who have attended Trinity College Nabbingo include the following:[4]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ (17 June 2016). "Distance between Kampala Road, Kampala, Central Region, Uganda and Trinity College Nabbingo, Busiro, Central Region, Uganda". Retrieved 17 June 2016. 
  2. ^ Google (17 June 2016). "Location of Trinity College Nabbingo" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 17 June 2016. 
  3. ^ Ssenkaaba, Stephen (14 July 2007). "Nabbingo Savours 65-Year-Old Fruit". New Vision. Retrieved 21 July 2014. 
  4. ^ Ssenkaaba, Stephen (14 July 2007). "Partial List of Notable TRICONA Alumni". New Vision. Retrieved 21 July 2014. 
  5. ^ Brian Mayanja, and Juliet Waiswa (15 December 2012). "Musisi's Deputy Speaks Out on Graft, Disputes". New Vision. Kampala. Retrieved 17 June 2016. 
  6. ^ Mazinga, Mathias (16 March 2013). "Nakatudde, Nabbingo's First Ugandan Headmistress". New Vision. Kampala. Retrieved 21 July 2014. 

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Coordinates: 00°17′28″N 32°28′40″E / 0.29111°N 32.47778°E / 0.29111; 32.47778