To be an academically excellent senior secondary boarding school producing servant leaders for the good of Bundibugyo and God’s glory.
Christ School Bundibugyo is a Christian, co-educational secondary boarding school in western Uganda. We serve students from Senior 1 – Senior 6 (roughly 7th-12th grade). Students live on campus throughout each term, eating 3 meals a day and sleeping in dormitories. Along with classes, chapel, and Sunday church service, we also provide extracurricular clubs and sports opportunities.
To educate and raise up Christ-centered disciples in Bundibugyo requires a long-term coordinated effort. We seek to accomplish our vision by providing the following:
- Professional development of CSB Teaching Staff (leadership, education, discipline)
- Spiritual development of staff and students (biblical literacy, prayer and worship)
- Infrastructure development and maintenance (buildings, computers, books, utilities)
Our goal is to partner with community members and leaders to equip them for continuing and expanding the work we’ve begun. This includes our Board of Governors, which is made up primarily of Ugandans in Bundiugyo District. Aside from missionaries and staff, these board members are local government officials, elders in the churches and tribes, as well as accountants and business leaders. This helps provide a holistic perspective in staying true to our mission and vision at Christ School.
Also, many of our staff are from the surrounding villages, and nearly half have returned to serve CSB as alumni. Teachers live on campus, cultivating a familial atmosphere and community of faith. Our teachers offer encouragement and hope to our students as they strive to accomplish their long-term academic dreams.
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Kiiza B VincentFaculty
Peter AsiimweBuilding & Grounds
Secondary education in Uganda consists of two phases: Ordinary Level (O-Level) and Advanced Level (A-Level), which typically spans a total of six years. Students spend four years completing the O-Level, and then can choose whether they wish to complete the two years of intentional preparation for University through our A-Level program.
If students opt out of completing A-Level, they may choose to attend vocational/technical school OR complete a certificate program. University can still be a next step for these students, but this route is most often picked to obtain credentials needed to enter the working world instead.
Because it’s most easily equated to a two-year junior college in the States, success at Advanced Level is typically followed by enrollment at University. The A-Level program at CSB is focused on math and science to encourage the pursuit of professions in the medical and engineering fields, with the end goal of raising up qualified math and science professionals to offset the regional deficit of these specializations. We strive to equip community-changers for Bundibugyo and beyond.