Trinity College Nabbingo Girls Secondary celebrates 80 years of existence
Trinity College Nabbingo Girls Secondary celebrates 80 years of excellence.
Trinity College Nabbingo Girls Secondary school today celebrates its 80th year of existence and excellence due to cooperation among the teachers, students, parents and catholic community under the patronage of the Most Holy Trinity that is celebrated today worldwide in the catholic church.
Based on the school’s vision, mission and goals, many important personalities such as administrators, and lawyers among others have all been natured through the motherly hands of the school.
The 80th year celebration started with the planting of trees in the school compound which was done by the main celebrant the Archbishop of Kampala Archdiocese; His Grace Paul Ssemogerere this was later followed by a colourful band and triumphant Holy Mass entrance procession. During the Mass, a total of 150 students received the sacrament of confirmation.
In his homily, His Grace Paul Ssemogerere called for peaceful coexistence among teachers, students, parents and others for a better living in the school and outside school. He advised the students to discover their talents and continue practising so that they impact greatly the community in which they live.
“We should make everyone happy in our neighborhoods, the students who are choirs go outside there and make vibrant choirs, the band students go and entertain people, let’s make ourselves valuable in the community,” said the ArchBishop.
He, however, appreciated the fact that young girls of Trinity College Girls Secondary School Nabbingo managed to get back to school amidst the COVID-19-related challenges that many could not battle.
“I would like to thank you, young girls, amidst the past two years of COVID-19, many of your fellow girls are not now in school due to challenges they got during the pandemic like getting pregnant.” He opines.
Meanwhile, the chief guest lady Justice Esther Kitimbo Kisakye who also doubles as the Old Girl (OG) of the school appreciates the Catholic community for founding such a powerful school that natured many girls regardless of their religion.
She further thanked the school management for standing firm on its vision, mission and goals since its inception saying it has helped it to stand firm and exist with excellence.
Dorothy Matovu, the head teacher of Trinity College Nabbingo appreciated the parents’ efforts to ensure they pay school fees for their children in time saying it has helped the school to get a new classroom black adding that with efforts from the parents, the school has been able to produce women of substance due to holistic formation they receive.
Trinity College Nabbingo Girls Secondary school was founded in 1942, with the catholic community giving a peaceful atmosphere for its operations up to date.