Masaka Secondary School

Masaka Secondary School | MSS is a mixed, day and boarding middle and high school, located in Masaka District, in Central Uganda. Masaka Secondary School | MSS campus is situated in the city of Masaka in Kimaanya sub-county, Masaka District, approximately 138 kilometres (86 mi) west of Kampala, Uganda. The Masaka Secondary School | MSS campus is located to the immediate southwest of the central business district of Masaka. It is bordered by Nakongolero Road to the west, by Yellow Knife Street to the north, by Bwala Hill Road to the east. Hill Road Primary School lie to the south of Masaka Secondary School | MSS. Masaka Secondary School | MSS is a public middle and high school, administered bay the Uganda Ministry of Education & Sports. With a student population in excess of 3,700 in 2012, the school is one of the largest secondary schools in the country. Founded in 1954, Masaka Secondary School | MSS is a member of the Uganda Muslim Education Association (UMEA) an umbrella body that brings together all Muslim founded schools. The first head teacher of Masaka Secondary School | MSS was Mr. Stephen Kerr. It has had a number of prominent head teachers in the country including Hajj Ali Ssendagire, Hajj Lubega Waggwa. In 2012, it received a grant of US$2 million (UGX:5 billion), from the African Development Bank, in collaboration with the Uganda Government, to construct new classrooms, a computer center, a library and new science laboratories.