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Wednesday, 16 November 2016 00:00

Culture in school

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Leadership is created and earned, it is not in born we are always tested in order for us to achieve without tests, and Life would be meaningless to hang on to.

God is amazing; his ways are sometimes meaningless to human beings. To the spirit, it’s a fruit of adoration. Believe and trust in God because he is the only one who shows the way.

Education still remains a risk, especially for young people, making it a great responsibility that must be handled with care, love, deep respect for a human person not only as a human right but as a great value. Teaching is inherited from Christ himself explaining why St.Kizito S.S Bugolobi is committed to excellence, producing competent persons empowered with gospel values. The School places equal value and esteem on all staff in achieving its mission and vision.

Friday, 22 January 2016 00:00

The dilemma of quality education

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Dialogue with young people is the sure way for effective correc­tion and career success. Below is a reflection of a lived experience of a teacher, social worker and school board member. What makes a good teacher? Is quality education an oxymoron? Is there relationship between education and discipline? We explore these and more factors affecting quality education in Uganda.

If you can read this, you have gone through the education system. You are an educated person. There is high correction between discipline and academic excellence. By far, many folks that have excelled academically are well behaved as well. And schools with a good disciplinary regime tend to perform better.

Thursday, 13 November 2014 14:48

Head Prefect's message

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Be the Salt of the Earth

It is always an honour and great pleasure to speak to the mind and hearts of men through writing.

God should always be our number one refuge through his son Jesus Christ. As students, we are called to a higher purpose of dignity and some of the principles we have to command are discipline, respect and order if we are aiming at pursuit for growth within ourselves.

Thursday, 13 November 2014 00:00

Message from the parish priest

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Education of the young person is a great responsibility that must be handled with care, love and deep respect for the human person. Education is a human right and a great value in any given society. When the Catholic Missionaries arrived in Uganda in 1879, they took education to be part and parcel of the work of evangelization. Wherever the Church was established, also a Church school was started.  That is how St. Kizito Secondary School came into being.

Thursday, 13 November 2014 00:00

Head teacher’s Message

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Sapere Aude. Dare to be wise. That’s the exhortation St. Kizito Secondary School, Bugolobi, gives us in its motto. A seemingly simple exhortation. But the more we reflect on it, the more we realise that these two words – daring and wisdom – cannot and should not be taken lightly. Perhaps the best way of discovering the meaning and power of these words is to look at the life and work of the patron saint of the school, St. Kizito. At a young age – he was fourteen years old when he was martyred – Kizito refused the fleshpots of Kabaka Mwanga's palace and chose to follow the glorious light of our Lord Jesus Christ, at whatever cost. In other words, he dared to be wise in the sense that he chose that which does not spoil (eternal happiness) over that which spoils (worldly happiness and pursuits). Young though he was, he was wise enough to see that following the heavenly King is all that mattered. And he was willing to seal his choice with his blood.

Wednesday, 12 November 2014 17:08

Discipline is the key to success

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What is discipline? Whe you are a youth in upper class, you tend to feel on top of the world. You have the youth masculinity and forget that you have a life to live. You are highly influenced by peer pressure as if you came to school with those friends of yours.

The choice is yours: will you succeed with your friends or alone?

Discipline is your ability to focus on key issues at school and ignore those activities which do not add value to your future success. Attending classes regularly and reading books, being polite to your teachers and requesting for their help, asking for permission to get out of the school gate, etc are some of the indicators of a disciplined child.

The worst thing which can happen to you is failing exams.

Next time someone whats you to fight, just run away. 

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