St Juliana high schools– Gayaza and Seeta Campuses are mixed boarding schools offering both Arts and Science Subjects for both ‘O’ and ‘A’ Level.They are founded by highly qualified and experienced teachers who have been teaching in top Schools in Uganda. The Gayaza campus is located at Jolwe, 3 Km off Gayaza-Kalagi Road. The Seeta campus is located at lumuli 2 km along Seeta Namugongo road.
Our Vision: To be a leading school in provision of all round education.
Objectives: To equip young people with valuable life skills.
Provision of quality education
Grooming and nurturing talents.
- School Uniforms
St Juliana High School is a mixed day and boarding secondary school in Wakiso district. it aims at offering quality education following the Uganda Nation Curriculum for secondary education.
St. Juliana High School aim is to be the leading secondary School in the provision of all round education and God fearing Citizens.
O’Level Subjects: English, Literature in English, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Agriculture, Home economics, Geography, History, Commerce, C.R.E./I.R.e, Luganda, Principles of Accounts, Political Education, Fine art, Music, Computer, Germany, Technical drawing/woodwork.
A’Level Subjects Inckude:- History, Geography, Economics, Divinity, Literature/Luganda/French, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Food and Nutrition, Fine Art.
‘O’ Level girls wear white short sleeved blouses and grey shirts, while the boys wear white short sleeved shirts and grey trousers
‘A’Level girls wear cream long sleeved houses and Khaki brown shirts, while boys put on cream long sleeved shirts, khaki brown trousers and Khaki brown base shorts
All students wear black shoes and black belts in combination with white stockings for girls and black stocks for boys
• The school is situated in an environment stretching 20 acres
• Medication is assured all times provided by the school nurse
• TheSchool has both the Hydro-Electric power and a stand-by generator
• The School has water 24-hrs supplied by a modern bore-hole system and piped water taps at the school campus