Today, Nabisunsa successfully hosted the German Ambassador and 12 Kampala schools at the Annual Uganda German Language Festival. The theme of the highly celebrated day…
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.
Pink East has won the 2018 Inter-house Drama Competitions, scored 89 Points, which is 6 solid points ahead of their nearest rivals Yellow East (83)…
WE PRODUCE HIGH SKILLED AND PROFESSIONAL MUSLIM WOMEN.
Our girls should stand out, especially in the corporate world.
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I am grateful to have studied from Nabisunsa Girls' School. The timely support offered to me by the teachers and the prefect body was so fundamental to my career.
From being a timid young girl, to a brave woman. What a change Nabisunsa brought into my life! It's my wish that every girl child acquires such key values and morals as I did.
Excellent staff, excellent learning environment, great learning facilities and equipment. The school has made massive contribution to developing the country as a whole.