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The Amazima Secondary School

Desires to graduate young Ugandan men & women who will love the Lord with all of their heart, mind, soul, & strength.

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On February 13, 2017, after four years of planning, designing, building, and much prayer, The Amazima School opened for its first day of classes. Located on 70 beautiful acres just off the Nile River, approximately 800 vulnerable children will receive an exceptional Christ-centered classical education from a Ugandan perspective.

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Mission. To live out the love of Jesus by educating and empowering the people of Uganda and the communities we serve.

Vision. That every person we serve would know Christ and make Him known, resulting in transformed lives, restored relationships, and changed communities.

Admissions

Scholarship. Amazima’s Scholarship Program provides a safe learning environment, daily meals, extensive medical care and discipleship for every student. Why scholarship! –

In 2008, we learned about an epidemic present in sub-Saharan Africa that still exists today. Oftentimes, parents and/or guardians are forced to give up their guardianship to orphanages simply because they’re unable to provide the most basic needs for their children: food, medical care, and education. Children who have living, healthy family members can and do become orphans overnight.

Admissions

Scholarship. Amazima’s Scholarship Program provides a safe learning environment, daily meals, extensive medical care and discipleship for every student. Why scholarship! –

In 2008, we learned about an epidemic present in sub-Saharan Africa that still exists today. Oftentimes, parents and/or guardians are forced to give up their guardianship to orphanages simply because they’re unable to provide the most basic needs for their children: food, medical care, and education. Children who have living, healthy family members can and do become orphans overnight.

Facilities

Beading Circle. Women spend hours sitting on their banana fiber mats or old wooden stools, surrounded by their children and community members, making paper beads. These beads are made from recycled magazine paper, sealed with a shiny finish and threaded along with tiny glass beads to create unique jewelry.

Farming Outreach. In an effort to continually improve our programs and help the families we work with become more self-reliant, the Amazima Farming Outreach was started in 2012. A need was observed to assist parents and guardians of children in our Scholarship Program to become better equipped in caring for their families. Since our Education Scholarship Outreach operates in a rural area, the majority of our families are subsistence farmers.

Medical Outreach. We have a clinic in Buziika which serves our Scholarship Program students with the required care. If we are unable to handle the medical needs at our clinic in Buziika, we refer our patients to select hospitals in Jinja and Kampala for further specialized treatment and care.

Co-curricular

The Amazima School after-school clubs are optional activities that students can participate in at end of the official school day. These include: art and crafts, in-door games, soccer, basketball, netball and swimming.

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Excellent Performance

Rated 5 out of 5
August 23, 2022

I just love everything about MUMSA high school, Excellent Performance, They focus on every activity that nurtures a well disciplined citizen ready to face this compititive and challenging world.

Ssebatta umar
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