Kampala International School Kampala Uganda
The school was formerly known as Kabira International School and moved to its present site in September 2008. The school is centrally located in Kampala and is situated on 14 acres of land. It has been purposely built to accommodate over 1000 students, increasing in line with the development of Kampala and Uganda.
Founded in 1993, Kampala international school Uganda (KISU) began as a small primary school with a curriculum based on the National Curriculum for England.
Today it offers an inspiring and well-rounded international education to students from 2 – 18 years +. Kisu has evolved considerably over the years and has undertaken an ambitious programme of expansion and development. It now boasts a purpose built school with excellent facilities. The school maintains its aims and teaching philosophy on par with the best international school across the globe.
The school infrastructure is among the best in Africa and visitors always acknowledge the warm and vibrant atmosphere. KISU is a safe haven for students and provides an aesthetically stimulating environment that informs, inspires the whole world school community and fosters happy and motivated children.
Students come from almost 60 different nationalities and, depending on the family’s contracts and nature of their work, stay in Uganda for varying lengths of time. The school is privately owned with an Advisory Board of Governors and the day-to-day running of the school is managed by the Director.