By Weswa Ronnie
Mbale Secondary School has withheld UCE results of 69 students because of not completing school fees.
This was revealed by Moses Buyela, the head teacher of Mbale secondary school while addressing the media at his office on Thursday, 9th February, 2023 shortly after UNEB results the results.
According to Buyela, Mbale Secondary School had 740 students who sat 2022 Uganda Certificate of Education with the best getting 14 aggregates. He revealed further that106 passed in division one, 201 in division two, 181 in division three, 121 in division four, and 1 in division 9
He adds that those students whose results have been withheld will first clear school fees before accessing their results.
Meanwhile, Joseph Awusa, the director of St Mary’s High School has attributed their good performance to the good working relationships between teachers and students.
He also says they expected to perform better than that but were affected by the outbreak of covid 19 which made students sit at home for two years.
St. Mary’s had 82 students who sat for the Uganda Certificate of Education exams in 2022, 20 passed in division one, 50 in division two, and 12 in division three.
Sharon Naume and Fatuma Mukhama, some of the students who performed well at St Mary’s High expressed joy about their good performance saying that they want to be doctors in future after doing well in sciences.
Meanwhile, Sironko Parents Secondary located in the Sironko district has emerged as one of the best private schools in the district in the recent UCE 2022 results.
According to Sasaga Isaiah, the Member of Parliament representing Budadiri East Constituency in Sironko district and director of the school expressed his happiness with the performance saying this was due to the hard work of parents, teachers, and students.
The best student got 39 aggregates.