Gayaza High School | GHS

Gayaza High School is the oldest all-girls boarding secondary school in Uganda. The school is Church-founded and government-aided.

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Gayaza High School is the oldest all-girls boarding secondary school covering grades 8 to 13 (Senior 1 to 6) in Uganda.

Gayaza High School (GHS) is a Church of Uganda founded and Government-aided girls’ boarding secondary school that offers both Arts and Sciences and a number of co-curricular activities and is accredited by the Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Sports.

The school has both the Ordinary and Advanced levels of education whose focus is on holistic development of an entire human being and follows the National Curriculum that is assessed by the Uganda National Examinations Board (UNEB).

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At Gayaza we believe in high level of academic excellence and this is a challenge that each student must face. Our goal is meet these expectations for all our students in a supportive, loving environment. With our ICT based education we endeavor to make sure that every student has access to the very best 21st century education by engaging our students in a hands-on learning in class. Our goal is to educate students to become citizens of our global society, ready to take on the challenges of this still new century.

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Examples would include sports, musical activities, debate, community service, religious study groups, charitable fundraising, projects, drama, clubs, and hobbies such as cookery and dance. Because these are not examined in the same way that the academic curriculum is and most of them take place outside lessons, such activities are voluntary.

By contrast, extra-curricular activities are less well organized and funded, being entirely voluntary for students and taking place outside the school timetable. School staff may be involved in running extra-curricular activities, but there is no obligation on them to do so and they do not normally receive extra pay for it. Clubs and societies in Gayaza High School fit this definition, as do non-academic activities in most schools and colleges throughout the world.

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