Kampala International School Uganda (KISU) is an international curriculum oriented school (part of Council of International Schools- CIS )which was established in 1993 with about 67 students but has grown steadily over the years.
It now has about 600 students representing over 60 countries worldwide.
Kampala International School Uganda started as a primary section school known as Kabira International School.
Vision: “To educate today’s children for tomorrow’s world.”
The school enrolls children between the ages of 2 to 19 years in the early years programme, primary, secondary section as well as the IB diploma section.
It uses the National Curriculum for England (Primary section) and the International General Certificate for Secondary Education (IGCSE).
Co curricular activities. (swimming, sports, music, dance and drama, visual art)
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