Our School

School  Values

Core Values

Our school is a centre of learning where Christian values predominate, where each student is respected as a unique human being, where staff and students are impressed with an awareness of human dignity and where success in all aspects of life is seen as a highly desired and a highly promoted goal. Our school motto is ‘LOVE AND EXCELENCE IN LIFE”


 

Vision

Our Vision is to be a leading school for girls, providing excellent education for every student and continuing to innovate for each student to thrive and excel in life in a caring Christian community of learning.

Mission Statement

The Mission of St. John Baptist is to holistically prepare, empower and
inspire each and every student through an excellent education in a supportive and caring environment for life in the 21st Century.


 

  • ATTENTIVENESS TO GIRL-CHILD LERNING NEEDS

  • INNOVATION

  • EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION

  • OUTSTANDING ACADEMICS

  • BALANCE OF MIND, BODY AND SPIRIT

  • DIVERSITY

  • FUN AND JOY

  • LEADERSHIP AND

  • ENHANCING INVIDUAL POTENTIAL

WHY ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST GIRLS SCHOOL:

  • The need for Girls education has long been identified within the Community. The benefits are numerous. The School provides to all Girls, with Secondary education and life-skills education (Vocational: the subjects of Fashion and Design, Home economics/catering, Beauty and Hairdressing, Agriculture and Farming are taught).  The Secondary started with a mission to educate, empower and inspire all our students through an excellent education in a supporting and caring environment for the 21st century.

  • Since the inception of a vocational department, the school has trained over

  • Over 2000 women (Mothers) are trained in farming and Adult education.

  • The School also has a farming demonstration gardens for some practical Agriculture training and for incoming generation for future sustainability.

  • Much as training has been offered to both girls and boys, St. John the Baptist is now focusing on the girl’s Quality Education.Focusing on girls will bring more results to the communities as girls are left without education in most of these rural communities.

  • Young Girls are often denied the same educational opportunities as boys due to cultural attitudes and poverty. Girls are more likely to marry young, have children early, and spend their life in poverty and HIV/AIDS. Yet, when girls are given the opportunity to receive an education, they improve their own lives and those of their families, helping to break the cycle of poverty and they are the future of the nation in all aspects.

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Contact Us

Tel: 256 772 357 908

Email: info@stjohnbaptistschool.com

Address

St. John the Baptist Girls' Secondary School
P.O. Box 1136, Masaka