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FAQ's

FAQS

When was Baptist High School started?
Baptist High School was started in 1997.

Who is the founder of Baptist High School?
The founder of Baptist High School was the late J.B Ssemakula. May his soul rest in eternal peace.

Where is Baptist High School located?
The School is located at Kitebi/Nnyanama boundary, Lubaga Division, Kampala District 15 Minutes drive from the city center.

What are the Co-curricular activities carried out in Baptist High School located?
A variety of indoor and outdoor games are available. The school holds annual sports days and Music Dance and Drama Inter-House festivals. The winners of these competitions each year are awarded a bull to roast. These activities include Music dance and drama, Netball, Football, Athletics, Cross country, indoor games like Basketball, scribal, etc.  

How are prefects elected in Baptist High School?
Students participate in the management of the School through a democratically elected and well trained prefects' body.

Is Baptist High School Licensed with the ministry of education?
Yes Baptist High School is Licensed, classified and Registered by the ministry of Education and sports with 'O' and 'A' Level UNEB Examination center.

How are health matters handled in Baptist High School?
The school has a fully stocked sick bay managed by two nurses. However we handle simple complains and sicknesses, complicated sicknesses are handled by near by hospitals like; Rubaga Hospital (3 Kms away), Mengo Hospital (4 Kms away) with the concent and co-operation of the parents / Guardian.

How is school fees paid?
School fees are paid in Centenary bank (any branch accross the country).Partial payments are allowed with permission from the school (students can obtain two partial bank slips from the school).

Is there after class entertainment ?
Students are occassionally entertained with a fully installed DSTV service every saturday.

Are there social clubs in the school ?
The school has quite a good number of social clubs. Among them; Peer educators, Nkobazambogo, Scripture Union, Wild life, Scouts and girlguides, Entrepreneurship club, Legion of mary, Red cross, Kite club, e.t.c

What meals are served in the school ?
Students feed on the best food(s) the market can offer. The school meals includes; posho(1st class), beans, matoke, beef, bread,eggs, to mention but a few.

Where can one buy Baptist's school Uniform?
For the sake of uniformity, all items of the school uniform except shoes and stockings/socks, are purchased from the school.

What are the requirements to visit a student ?
No visitors will be allowed to talk to students except one with a visitors card obtained from the school by the parent / guardian.

Are hair styles allowed in the school ?
All students are expected to have nicely combed, short, natural hair.

11 Oct
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Interact Club

Interact club

Background
The club was founded/ incorporated in 2008 by Yiga George William when he was in S.3. he also doubled as the club president from 2008 to 2010.
Due to his endless efforts, he managed to attract students to Club and a certificate of incorporation was acquired 
Interact is a rotarys Programme for young people ages 12 to 18yrs. It is sponsored by the Rotary club of Rubaga which provides support and moral guidance .it is self governing and self supporting.
Rotary international is world wide service organization for business and professional people. It is the mother organization of all Interact and Rotaract clubs.
Aims and Objectives

  • To reorganize and develop constructive leadership and personal integrity.
  • To encourage and practice thoughtfulness of and helpfulness to others.
  • To create an awareness of the importance of home and family.
  •  To build respect for the right of others based on recognition of the worth of each individual.
  • To understand the value of individual responsibility and hard work.
  • To advance international understanding and good will. 

Achievements

  • Many interact have developed leadership skills and personal integrity through attending interact leadership development seminars held each year in June.
  • Through community service carried out around the school, the value of individual responsibility and hardwork has been realized by interactors.
  • Through attending and participating in talent shows held by the club has developed and promoted talents.
  • The club has attracted many students to join it due toits developmental activities and a network of friends created.

Chain of leaders since it incorporation in 2008

  • Yiga George William              2008-2009
  • Muwebwa Matthias                2009-2010
  • Mwanjadenis                           2010-2011
  • Ntaledavid                              2011-date

Cabinet members
President:                   Ntale David
Vice President:           Kyagambiddwa Hamish
Legal Adviser:            Musingunzi Lynn
Secretaries:                 

  • Navubya Sharon
  • Kembabazi Cathy

Mobilisers:                  

  • Okirya Solomon
  • Namuli Faith

Treasurer:                    Kyolaba Edith
For more information contact the patron

  • Mr. Kabuye Emmanuel 0772-947475
11 Oct
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Legion of Mary

LEGION OF MARY (QUEEN OF PEACE)

Background
Legion of Mary was started in the late 2000 by Mr. Kiryowa Mathias and Madam Edna as its Patrons and 5 students. It has since grown and has over 50 members.

Objectives

  • To make Mary known to everyone.
  • To instill in students the importance of the rosary.
  • To promote unity amongst members in the school.
  • To carry out charitable works.
  • To promote friendship with other schools.

Current cabinet
President:                    Namirembe Brenda
Vice president:            Matovu Wycliff
Secretary:                    Namatovu Irene
Treasurer:                    Nakagayi Stella
Mobilizers:                  Miiro David Joseph,   Namalwa Esther.

Achievements

  • We managed to co-operate with other schools for example, Seeta High School, KisubiHigh and Luzira. We made a pilgrimage to Kiwamirembe, thus promoting friendship with other schools.
  • We as a club managed to organize rosary prayers everyday during the month of the most holy rosary at 1:35p.m during days and at around 10:00pm during the night. By so doing, we instilled in the students the importance of the holy rosary.
  • At some point, we managed to general clean the whole school voluntary from the office verandas, to the girls washing area and swept outside Baptist high school in front of the gate up to the main road near the bodaboda stage. This was part of the voluntary/charitable works.
  • As the legion of Mary, we organize the church and make it ready for mass every weekend and carry out meetings every Sunday where we get visitors like Sr.Margaret and Mum Ssenkumba. Our chaplain is Rev. Fr Kikomeko Frank but he is not always around so, Mr.Matovu Rochus volunteers to help us and we are so grateful.

For more details call:

  • Patron : Mr. Matovu Rochus  +256-704933068
11 Oct
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Patriotism Club

PATRIOTISM CLUB

PREFACE:
Patriotism is defined as the love of one s country and willingness to sacrifice for it.
Patriotism club is about developing nationalism and the love for one’s country in a student’s heart. This is done through patriotic studies like scouting, dealing appropriately with government policies and supporting the policies of government.
It teaches the students to observe the factors of discipline, determination, concentration and God fearing.
The club started in 2009 and was launched by the President of Uganda His Excellency Y.K. Museven the president of Uganda. It came into existence in Baptist High School

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

  1. To train students to be secret in terms of religion, gender but also to value all Ugandans irrespective of their tribes and religions.
  2. To promote discipline, self confidence, and self concept among students.
  3. To provide a dose of ideological knowledge to children.
  4. To train future leaders through equipping them with skills of self expression and patriotic hearts.
  5. To teach students to love themselves, Environment, their country, East Africa and Africa at large.
  6. To promote Africa Culture, Nationalism and Pan Africanism.

LEADERSHIP

  1. The club is founded on democracy i.e. one man, one vote.
  2. It has a dedicated strong board of student leaders guided and directed by a constitution of conduct.
  3. Besides the constitution, the club is guided by the school code of conduct in orderfor it to carrying out its activities effectively.

CLUB CABINET2011-2012.

PRESIDENT:                          MULEME JOHN BOSCO

VICE PRESIDENT:                TAREMWA ABRAHAM NICHOLAS

SECRETARIES:                   

  1. NABUNYA OLIVIA
  2.  KIBERU ALLAN

ADVISORS:             

  1. MUNGU JAKISA ALLAN
  2. KAJUBI DIRISA
  3. MUSINGUZI LYNN

CO-ORDINATORS: 

  1. LUWALIRA TIMOTHY
  2. MIIRO DAVID
  3. MATOVU WYCLIFF

MOBILISERS:          

  1. WASSAJJA RONALD
  2. AHEBWA NICHOLAS

TREASURERS:        

  1. MUGERWA JAAMADAH
  2. ABISINGUZA BONITOR

PUBLICITY:                          BULESA BRIAN AMOS

For more information, contact patrons: 

  • Mr. Ssendi Paul-   0757643003
  •  Mr. Waisswa E.P- 0712566887
11 Oct
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Kite club

Kite club

Background
The Kite club is one the oldest clubs of Baptist high school which was started in late 1990s by a group of students championed by Namisango Matha who alsodoubled as the first President of the club and under the care of Madam Nankabirwa Rose.
By the end of 2002 the club had a total of over 40 active and sound members with 1 representative in each class i.e. from S.1 to S.6.
Today the club has over 3 representatives in each class and an over all membership total of about 50 students and many well wishers.
The kite club is an organization in school (Baptist High School) which helps students identify and develop their in born talents.
Aims and Objectives

  • To help a students identify their hidden talents
  • To bridge the gap between the western culture and African traditional culture.
  • To rejuvenate African culture
  • To improve morals of youths
  • To widen the students thinking capacity beyond class room work
  • To provide high class entertainment to the school.

Activities

  • Singing
  • Dancing
  • Acting
  • Modeling
  • Craft making
  • Art and design
  • Training and playing musical instruments
  • Fellowships
  • Community works

Achievements

  • The musical instrumental trainings are under way every Saturday and Sunday after lunch.
  • Fellowships are always held every last Sunday of the month.
  • The number of students eager to join the club is increasing day by day.
11 Oct
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Peer educators club

THE PEER EDUCATORS CLUB

Introduction

The Peer Educators Club mainly organizes and participates in Debating and Quiz as its Cardinal objective.

Background

The debates and quiz started way back in 1997 when Baptist high school had just been established. However, due low participation and disorganization prior and during debates by students,
In 2003, the peer educators club was established by a strong and committed team of 20 students (Members)under the champion of two (2) strong and gifted staff members namely Mr. Ndugwa George William and Mr. Waiswa Emmanuel Pierce and Mr. J.B Ssemakula (RIP) as the Chief Advisor.
The following was first Cabinet of the club at its incorporation.
President:         Kinene David              S.4
Secretary:        

  • Kiberu John Richard    S.2E
  • Kwiri Mary                  S.6A

Publicity:        

  • Kiconco Diana             S.5A
  • Najjemba Catherine     S.2W

Treasurer:

  • Tumwesige Steven       S.2W
  • Kabanda Godfrey        S.3E

Mobilizer:

  • Mutegeki Emma          S.4
  • JakiraPeter                  S.3W

Chief Judge:    Ssempumbu Sebastian             S.4

Founder Patrons

  • Mrndugwa George William
  • Mr. waiswa Emmanuel pierce

Advisor:           Mr. J.B Ssemakula
Objectives of the club

  • To help the organize debate and quiz in the school whenever called upon.
  • To improve on students written and spoken English through participating in both debate and writing competitions internally and outside school.
  • To provide both moral and financial support to club members whenever required.
  • To enforce discipline and promote friendship amongst club members all the time.
  • To represent the school community in both Debates and Quiz competitions whenever called upon by the school administration.
  • To equip members with necessary skill in leadership and career guidance.
  • To improve on members public speaking skills and promote self expression.
  • To carry out community (charity) works in and outside school.

Achievements

  • External visits have been are still being carried out to different schools e.g.
  • St. Lawrence schools and Colleges
  • Kisubi High School
  • E.t.c
  • The club has participated in both competitive debate and quiz at national level for example
  • In 2004 the club participated in the Annual Capital Markets Authority Quiz and Writing competitions where the club emerged Number 2 country wide.
  • In the same year, through the British Council one of the Members in the names of MpanjaDaphine S.3WParticipated in the National Schools Debating Competitions and traveled to UK to represent the country Uganda and Africa at large.
  •  In 2007, the club participated in the Kampala Secondary School Debating Competitions held in Mengo-Rubaga Division where the school emerged No.2 after Rubaga Girls School.
  • The club has over 48 active and sound members from different classes and streams.
  •  The club organizes debates every Sunday which normally start after Mass/Service.
  • The club has trained future leaders i.e.
  • Mr. Njuba Charles                   Councilor L.C V Rakai District
  • Mr. Tumwesige Steven                        President (BAHOSA)
  • Among others

Current Cabinet 2011-2012

PRESIDENT:                           NATUMANYA GILBERT                  S.6
VICEPRESIDENT:                  SABIITI ERIC                                     S.5
CHIEF JUDGE:                       NAKABUGO ALICE                          S.6
ASST. CHIEF JUDGE:            NANYONJO LILLIAN                      S.5
GENERAL SECRETARY:      WADIYO RACHEAL                         S.6
ASST. GEN SEC:                    MUWAYA JOHN KELVIN               S.3
PUBLICITY SECRETARY:    MUDONDO KETRA                          S.6
TREASURER:                         KAMOGA JOSHUA                           S.6
MOBILISERS:                       WASSAJJA RONALD                         S.4
KEMIGISHA PHIONA          S.3
TIME KEEPER:                      SSEGUYA KENNY                            S.3
PATRON’SECRETARY:       BAREIJA COLLINS MAGEZI            S.5
CHIEF WHIP:                        JITTA FRED.                                       S.6

11 Oct
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Red Cross

RED CROSS CLUB:

Background
The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement is an international humanitarian movement with approximately 97 million volunteers, members and staff worldwide which was founded to protect human life and health, to ensure respect for all human beings, and to prevent and alleviate human suffering, without any discrimination based on nationality, race, sex, religious beliefs, class or political opinions
Until the middle of the 19th century, there were no organized and/or well-established army nursing systems for casualties and no safe and protected institutions to accommodate and treat those who were wounded on the battlefield. In June 1859, the Swiss businessman Jean-Henri Dunant traveled to Italy to meet French emperor Napoleon III with the intention of discussing difficulties in conducting business in Algeria, at that time occupied by France. When he arrived in the small town of Solferino on the evening of June 24, he witnessed the Battle of Solferino, an engagement in the Austro-Sardinian War. In a single day, about 40,000 soldiers on both sides died or were left wounded on the field. Jean-Henri Dunant was a shocked by the terrible aftermath of the battle, the suffering of the wounded soldiers, and the near-total lack of medical attendance and basic care. He completely abandoned the original intent of his trip and for several days he devoted himself to helping with the treatment and care for the wounded. He succeeded in organizing an overwhelming level of relief assistance by motivating the local villagers to aid without discrimination.


Back in his home in Geneva, he decided to write a book entitled A Memory of Solferino which he published with his own money in 1862. He sent copies of the book to leading political and military figures throughout Europe. In addition to penning a vivid description of his experiences in Solferino in 1859, he explicitly advocated the formation of national voluntary relief organizations to help nurse wounded soldiers in the case of war. In addition, he called for the development of international treaties to guarantee the protection of neutral medics and field hospitals for soldiers wounded on the battlefield.

  • On February 9, 1863, in Geneva, Jean-Henri Dunant founded the Committee of the Five  (together with four other leading figures from well-known Geneva families) as an investigatory commission of the Geneva Society for Public Welfare. Their aim was to examine the feasibility of Dunants ideas and to organize an international conference about their possible implementation. The members of this committee, aside from Dunant himself, were GustaveMoynier, lawyer and chairman of the Geneva Society for Public Welfare, physician Louis Appia, who had significant experience working as a field surgeon, Appias friend and colleague TheodoreMaunoir, from the Geneva Hygiene and Health Commission, and Guillaume-Henri Dufour, a Swiss Army general of great renown. Eight days later, the five men decided to rename the committee to the International Committee for Relief to the Wounded. In October (26, 29) 1863, the international conference organized by the committee was held in Geneva to develop possible measures to improve medical services on the battlefield. The conference was attended by 36 individuals: eighteen official delegates from national governments, six delegates from other non-governmental organizations, seven non-official foreign delegates, and the five members of the International Committee. The states and kingdoms represented by official delegates were, Austria, Baden, Bavaria, France, Hanover, Hesse-Kassel, Italy, The Netherlands, Prussia, Russian Empire, Saxony, Spain, Sweden-Norway, United Kingdom.

Among the proposals written in the final resolutions of the conference, adopted on October 29, 1863, were:

  • The foundation of national relief societies for wounded soldiers,
  • Neutrality and protection for wounded soldiers,
  • The utilization of volunteer forces for relief assistance on the battlefield,
  • The organization of additional conferences to enact these concepts in legally binding international treaties,
  • The introduction of a common distinctive protection symbol for medical personnel in the field, namely a white armlet bearing a red cross.

only one year later, the Swiss government invited the governments of all European countries, as well as the United States, Brazil, and Mexico, to attend an official diplomatic conference. Sixteen countries sent a total of twenty-six delegates to Geneva. On August 22, 1864, the conference adopted the first Geneva Convention for the Amelioration of the Condition of the Wounded in Armies in the Field. Representatives of 12 states and kingdoms signed the convention: Baden, Belgium, Denmark, France, Hesse, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, Prussia, Switzerland, Spain, and Wurttemberg. The convention contained ten articles, establishing for the first time legally binding rules guaranteeing neutrality and protection for wounded soldiers, field medical personnel, and specific humanitarian institutions in an armed conflict. Furthermore, the convention defined two specific requirements for recognition of a national relief society by the International Committee:

  • The national society must be recognized by its own national government as a relief society according to the convention,
  • The national government of the respective country must be a state party to the Geneva Convention.

Directly following the establishment of the Geneva Convention, the first national societies were founded in Belgium, Denmark, France, Oldenburg, Prussia, Spain, and Wurttemberg. Also in 1864, Louis Appia and Charles van de Velde, a captain of the Dutch Army, became the first independent and neutral delegates to work under the symbol of the Red Cross in an armed conflict. Three years later in 1867, the first International Conference of National Aid Societies for the Nursing of the War Wounded was convened.


Also in 1867, Jean-Henri Dunant was forced to declare bankruptcy due to business failures in Algeria, partly because he had neglected his business interests during his tireless activities for the International Committee. Controversy surrounding Dunants business dealings and the resulting negative public opinion, combined with an ongoing conflict with GustaveMoynier, led to Dunants expulsion from his position as a member and secretary. He was charged with fraudulent bankruptcy and a warrant for his arrest was issued. Thus, he was forced to leave Geneva and never returned to his home city. In the following years, national societies were founded in nearly every country in Europe. In 1876, the committee adopted the name International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), which is still its official designation today. Five years later, the American Red Cross was founded through the efforts of Clara Barton. More and more countries signed the Geneva Convention and began to respect it in practice during armed conflicts. In a rather short period of time, the Red Cross gained huge momentum as an internationally respected movement, and the national societies became increasingly popular as a venue for volunteer work.


When the first Nobel Peace Prize was awarded in 1901, the Norwegian Nobel Committee opted to give it jointly to Jean-Henri Dunant and Frederic Passy, a leading international pacifist. More significant than the honor of the prize itself, the official congratulation from the International Committee of the Red Cross marked the overdue rehabilitation of Jean-Henri Dunant and represented a tribute to his key role in the formation of the Red Cross. Dunant died nine years later in the small Swiss health resort of Heiden. Only two months earlier his long-standing adversary GustaveMoynier had also died, leaving a mark in the history of the Committee as its longest-serving president ever.


In 1906, the 1864 Geneva Convention was revised for the first time. One year later, the Hague Convention X, adopted at the Second International Peace Conference in The Hague, extended the scope of the Geneva Convention to naval warfare. Shortly before the beginning of the First World War in 1914, 50 years after the foundation of the ICRC and the adoption of the first Geneva Convention, there were already 45 national relief societies throughout the world. The movement had extended itself beyond Europe and North America to Central and South America (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Cuba, Mexico, Peru, El Salvador, Uruguay, Venezuela), Asia (the Republic of China, Japan, Korea, Siam), and Africa (Union of South Africa).

11 Oct
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YAMP CLUB

CLUBS

Youth Associates of the Missionaries of the poor (YAMP)

This club mainly improves on the morals of the students and also the elders in general.
Yamp Baptist.
  Baptist High School as a school started up the branch of Yamp in 2008.
Yamp Baptist is one of the most active branches at the monastery.
The monastery involves brothers and fathers who are religious people and increase morale in school.
Yamp Baptist enables the Yamp members to go out for prayers almost every Sunday because the monastery is not far from school.
The monastery is located in Wankulukuku off the main road.
The Yamp club Baptist has been in place for over 3 years since it was first began by Muwebwa mathias the first president of the Yamp club.
The activities of Yamp include.

  • Community service.
  • Visiting children homes.
  • Helping the needy. This may involve going to their dormitories and wash their clothing.
  • Helping the disabled and disadvantaged. These are the people who might have had a bright future if not for their natural problems with the brains and bones.

Yamp Baptist is invited to different occasions to participate in different church activities that we gladly oblige to do.
The most important aims of the club are;

  • To improve the students' morals 
  • To promote a good foundation of a student through teaching them how the world is outside.
  • To make students God fearing.
  • To Guide and council students in all aspects.
  • To give students a heart of helping through making them realise the good things of helping others.

Yamp generally involves God fearing and being kind hearted to help others.

YAMP UGANDA
Yamp Uganda involves adding up of all the schools with Yamp club as a club in them. When these schools meet at the monastery on Sunday, they interact and know each other well.
  As time passes, the brothers tell the Yamp members of Uganda to vote for the top Yamp members all over Uganda so we call them 'YAMP UGANDA'. These involve a chairperson and his/her cabinet.
Yamp Uganda members are the ones who monitor and supervise all activities of Yamp members all over Uganda and take the feed back to the father at the monastery plus a report on yamp activities.
I am glad to say that Baptist has Yamp Uganda Members of over four or five. This makes Yamp Baptist well known.
Yamp Uganda is the most wanted position of all Yamp members.
  Yamp membersof Baptist are over 29 members but most of them are not from the "O" Level. Most are "A" Levellers because Yamp needs alot of understanding and sacrifices.
More so, some Yamp members of the Baptist Branch include:

  • KYAMBIDWA HAMISHI
  • KAMOGA JOSHUA
  • NKONGE IBRAHIM.

These are the few of those on the committee of Yamp Baptist.
Note:
Yamp club is not all about enjoying life but mostly helping the needy and poor so it needs lots of sacrifice and hence the Lord God rewards you back.

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