Watch this interview with Agaba Amos, one of our first CSB students and graduates, as he talks about the impact of Christ School on his life and the community of Bundibugyo....00
Tumusabe Benard “My dream has always been to be a teacher” Tumusabe Benard grew up in Bundibugyo District, the middle child of three in his family. He attended Semuliki High School, several kilometers up the road from Christ...03
Think of a time you’ve built something. It could be an actual building, maybe a house or even a shed. Maybe it’s more conceptual or relational, like a business, or a church, or a family. Possibly it’s just Legos or a...00
Schools have long been attempting to join the digital age. Ideally, our educational system will not only mirror society but also prepare students to successfully shape the 21st century economy. We are one-fifth of the way...02
4 reasons why the school closure is devastating for CSB students The precautionary measures related to COVID-19 swept through Uganda a month ago, like most places in the world. During the district football...01
More than 17 yeas ago, Christ School began in a remote area of western Uganda with 25 students. The school began in the midst of war, unrest, and adversity. It began with a vision for shaping future leaders equipped with a heart for...04
Christ School is changing the remote western town of Bundibugyo, Uganda. They are accomplishing this by providing the children of this community with a quality, Christ centered education that is paving the way for a successful future. This school is also caring for orphans by providing sponsorships for OVC (orphans and vulnerable children) kids in the community. Without Christ School these children would never be able to afford an education.
Child sponsorship and Christ School are changing the lives of the children of Budibugyo.