Jinja Senior Secondary School

Jinja Senior Secondary School


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At Jinja Senior Secondary school, you will find resources and support to far exceed your academic goals. Our tradition of excellence means that we start you off on solid life lessons like self discipline and ethics.

Therefore what sets us apart is the genuine student centred nature of the classes and staff . Any student will find it easy to fit in and find their place in our community.


Let me hear you say 'The Mighty School'


"Work like you don't need the money, love like your heart has never been broken, and dance like no one is watching"


"Without music, life would be a mistake.... I would only believe in a God who knew how to dance."

SCHOOL 25/11/2010






General information

Jinja Senior Secondary School was originally called Government Indian Secondary School. It was started around 1946 by the Indian Community of Jinja with a goal of providing secondary education which was urban oriented. It was for parents who were not keen on sending their children to the boarding schools, most of which were managed by the Christian missionaries. Besides, the Boarding schools were full and could not meet the demand for education then. By the 1960s, Jinja Senior Secondary School had a student population of about 480, all at '0' level. Of these, less than fifty were black Ugandans. The rest were Indians. Up to the early 70's the bulk of the teachers were Asians. The government policy encouraged African stu¬dents to join the school. When the Asian community resisted, a strike by African students was staged and many Asian students and teachers were injured. The intro¬duction of African students in this school was not, by any means, an easy task. In class, the female students were separated from the boys. But as the number of black, male students increased, the female students; most of whom were Indians were allegedly interfering in the system of "apartheid" in the classrooms. This caused an uproar among the Indian Community. Thereafter, the Madhvani family set up a separate girls' wing now known as PMM or former Jinja Girls Secondary School. It was controlled by the Headmaster of Jinja SSS, though it had a deputy of its own. Later the girls' wing acquired its own autonomy. The thirst for education soon prompted Jinja SSS to acquire an advanced level status (HSC). In line with this acquisition, was structural expansion. The School incorporated the current HSC block. This originally was an independent primary school which later became a secondary school. It was relocated in the present site of St Peters. On the academic side, Jinja SSS had a broad curriculum. In the past, this included the teaching of Gujarati, Agriculture the sciences, the humanities, languages, among others. That is why the schools was popular. Furthermore, the school prided herself for a good academic atmosphere. The laboratories were spacious and well stocked. Books were abundant in the library and the Departments. The teachers were motivated. Those and other conditions accounted for the academic glory of the school for a long time. However, the regime of Idi Amin 1971 - 1979, ushered in a period of decline. This affected the performance. The Asians community departed, and the Ugandans joined the school in larger numbers. This overwhelmed the facilities. Economic collapse demoralized the teachers. The books became inadequate. At its largest, the school was a double session with one of the higher enrollments in East africa, with over 4000 students. But, the school inspite of the above, went on to become a centre for academic excellence. There poured forth many successful students who came to live up to the schools motto: BY QUESTIONING, BY REVERENCE, BY SERVICE.
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