By Sandra Birungi
Kibuli Secondary School is going to make 68 years since its inception in 1945.
Kibuli SS is one of the oldest schools in the country with a Muslim background. It is known for its past glory of having some of the best students in the country although recently, the school has fallen a little bit off the grid. In the recently released 2012 UACE results, Kibuli SS took the 19th position in the whole country with 86% of its students passing with an A or B principal pass.
To celebrate, the school is holding a series of activities for the school staff, administration, old boys and girls and everyone associated with the school.
On 3rd March, Kibuli SS will hold a marathon and participants will be required to pay a fee of sh25,000. On 7th March, a commemoration dinner will be held at Serena Hotel. Participants will be required to pay sh150, 000.
Old students will be remembered in a sports gala which will be held at 16th March and will be free of charge. The sports gala will be especially for the old students of the school. A special prayer will then be held at Kibuli mosque on 22nd March and at the end of the activities, a grand celebration will be held on 23rd March.