Monday, April 4, 2011

PHOTO IMAGES OF ST. MARY'S COLLEGE KISUBI









































Standing, 2nd from left: Karugonjo (late); 4th from left: Kiddu (late); 1st from right: Twodong;
Squatting: 2nd from left: Fred Asaba (late)

The basketball picture: That tall guy is Engineer Hilary Onek (Hon)



















11 comments:

  1. This is my dream school, I look forward to coming to this school next year.LUKWAGO MERVYN TAMALE a candidate at CITY PARENTS SCHOOL.

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  2. My Son is dying for the school that his grandfather attended and that is SMACK. His Grandfather now in his 70's is his role model and on learning that he attended SMACK, the boy cant simply wait to Join the school.

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  3. The greatest boy's secondary school in the world.
    Ian

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  4. My son's dream school. He has been working hard since Primary five and finally in p.7 this year, I know he will be there come 2015. Good luck Keith Mark

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  5. Fond memories. I attended SMACK from 2001-2006, and how great it felt to be a finalist in the year this great school celebrated its 100 years of existence!

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  6. I just found an old letter from a student at St Mary's College, Kisubi . When I was a 16 year old student at Frederick Douglass High School in Baltimore, Maryland, USA it seems that our Math teachers started a pen pal project between the two schools. It certainly would be nice to locate or hear from Michael Engwedu who was also 16 at the time. Thank you Ms. Robinson.
    mary3robinson@juno.com
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  7. Anonymous October 3, 2014 at 12:57 pm

    My husband was a student at this great school and one of our sons Joshua W is working hard to join next year 2015. I pray the Lord rewards his efforts .

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  8. Thanx for the history through the lens!

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  9. Great school with very good students and teachers.

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  10. the college groomed me to what i am today even before finishing my Bachelors degree am already practicing Engineering in Germany, thank mother SMACK

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