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KULWA KATONDA NE’GWANGA LYAFFE

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Busoga College Mwiri is a church of Uganda founded school established in 1911.

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Our History

Our History

Busoga College Mwiri, often known simply as 'Mwiri', is a boarding school in Jinja District, Uganda which was founded in 1911 with the name of Balangira High School. As the name suggests, it was meant for only sons of kings and chiefs but this later changed to include the sons of all Ugandans. Many prominent Ugandans, including former president Milton Obote, attended Busoga College Mwiri. It has been one of the best performing schools in Uganda since colonial times. The headmaster today is Mr. Wamala Lule George, a former head teacher of Kako Secondary School. Mwiri is a church of Uganda founded school. The school was established in 1911 in Kamuli and moved to the present site in 1933.

School Motto

‘KULWA KATONDA NE’GWANGA LYAFFE’ (literally translated as ‘FOR GOD AND OUR COUNTRY’)

Vision

The vision of Busoga College Mwiri is “to be the leading centre for academic, spiritual and social excellence within Uganda’s secondary education sector”

Mission

“To provide a holistic education that produces self-motivated, dependable and God-fearing citizens.”

The pursuit of Mwiri’s Mission is anchored in the following institutional values:

Our Core values

  • Transparency, Integrity and Accountability

  • Reliability and Hard work

  • Resourcefulness and Creativity

  • God-fearing and Respect

  • Discipline