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East High School Ntinda closes business after 23 years

According to a Circular dated January 12th, 2022, no students will be admitted this entire academic year, and therefore current students are advised to find places of admission elsewhere.

KAMPALA, UGANDA: East High School Ntinda, a secondary level institution in Ntinda, Nakawa division has announced it has closed business after 23 years of offering education service leaving its students and parents in utter shock.

According to a Circular dated January 12th, 2022, no students will be admitted this entire academic year, and therefore current students are advised to find places of admission elsewhere.

Mr. Abdul Khadir, the Director of the School pointed out that the school in the recent past had experienced a low turn up and the absence of commercial activity during the two-year covid-19 lockdown dilapidated its operation.

“I regret to inform you that business at East High School Ntinda has been put to a halt to facilitate the new development before resumption in the next academic year,” explained Mr. Kadhir in the circular.

Khadir, however, said the school has entered an arrangement with sister schools to enable their students to get admitted elsewhere at the same school fees rate.

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Among these schools include; St Mary’s College Lugazi, Gombe High School, Lowell Girls’ School, Mariam High School, Kawanda SS, Buziga Islamic School, Amitty Secondary School, and Muscra Education Services.

He said East High School Ntinda will continue to do the admissions to these different schools if necessitated but at no cost.
The school joins other institutions that have been humbled by the COVID-19 pandemic impact.


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