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Nabisunsa girls' School is a Muslim school founded by Prince Badru Kakunkugulu in 1954. It began as a junior school, before changing to a secondary school four years later.
It started as a Girls’ Boarding School. In 1958 it became a Junior Secondary School. At its enrollment the Headmistress Miss E.N. Dimblebee said that 56 girls’ had been enrolled. Ten of the pupils were not Muslims since it had not been possible to find sufficient Muslim girls at that time. Later in 1964, it turned into a Senior Secondary School and attained ‘A’ level status in 1980.

Our vision is a versatile Girl child who is composed, dignified, morally upright and globally competitive.

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WE PRODUCE HIGH SKILLED AND PROFESSIONAL MUSLIM WOMEN.

Our girls should stand out, especially in the corporate world.

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God fearing is our number one core value and everything is done to ensure that this value is fulfilled. We welcome students of all religious backgrounds and aim at developing each girls’ understanding of personal faith and to encourage their capacity to discover spiritual values.
At Nabisunsa we are proud of our commitment to sports and recreational activities. We believe these activities play an important role in providing a wholesome and well balanced growth. This is reflected in our standing as one of the most successful girls’ school in sporting competitions.
Nabisunsa provides academic counseling, focusing on the academic development of students. The counseling department assists students with personal, academic and career goals during the course of their stay at Nabisunsa.

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