Established in 1996, Naalya Senior Secondary School – Namugongo had the ambition of educating and accommodating the growing number of students in Uganda. It was founded by Ugandan teachers alongside Nanseera Mixed Farm. The school was started from a single block structure, acting as both classrooms and an administration block for the school. Initially, the school accomodated only 25 students in total, with 5 staff members. Today, the Namugongo campus is able to accommodate hundreds of determined students, with excellent professionals guiding their way to success.
The first headteacher who set the school off to achieve greater things was Mr Senyonjo Moses in 1996, who later retired to persue personal business in 2013. The position was handed over to Mr Kikomeko from 2014 to 2016, and then to the current successor Mrs. Kasobya who joined in 2016.
The school has ample space to accommodate students and facilities that contribute towards the students comfort, knowledge and skills. These include dormitories, classrooms, computer and science labs, activity areas including; a football pitch, athletics track, basketball and netball courts, gardens for agricultural and horticultural work, home economics kitchen, a main hall , a sickbay, and a library.
There are several canteens onsite, stocked with goods for the students’ comfort and needs.
Naalya Senior Secondary School – Namugongo enrols both National and International students between the ages of 11-19. Conforming to the Uganda curriculum stipulated by the Ministry of Education and Sport, the school offers students the chance to study at O Level and A Level respectively. Upon completion of their studies, students will receive a Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE) or a Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education (UACE), dependant on the level taken.
Recent years have seen the Namugongo campus improve dramatically, and is currently recognised amongst the top 10 secondary schools in the country, producing students of a very high standard both educationally and morally.