WHAT SOME OF OUR FORMER STUDENTS SAY

I am a trained Livestock Development Scientist (BAP, MSC, PHD Candidate) lecturing in the college of Veterinary Medicine – Makerere University, Kampala.

I studied (Biology, Chemistry and Geography) at St Lawrence Citizens High school now Crown City from 2001 to 2002

A few words about St Lawrence: it made me who I am today.

 

AMULEN DEBORAH RUTH

KABAKAS LAKE (NOW CROWN CITY, 2002)

 

Currently am a director of ALEM PROPERTIES INTERNATIONAL and the Accountant/ General manager of Buyaya Technical Services Ltd. BTS is one of the leading hardware stores in Uganda, dealing in all hardware materials, boreholes, sanitary ware. Casing pipes, galvanized pipes and electrical appliances.

St Lawrence in two words: Discipline and hard work

 

MPANGA ANDREW, ACCOUNTANT

CREAMLAND CAMPUS, 2003

 

Iam a Kenyan and an old student of St Lawrence Creamland campus. I joined the school in 2008 to 2009. I must say I didn’t do well to my expectations in my O’Level education in Kenya but A’Level was the option to make it right and St Lawrence gave me that chance with open arms. I learnt leadership through being given such a chance as a prefect to lead and bring order.

I learnt a lot of virtues taught to me by Professor Mukiibi our dad. Through this chance, am now a 3rd year student of Law at Moi University, Kenya and I have St Lawrence to thank for that. It has made a lawyer out of me.

I would like to be an encouragement and inspiration to others in the 2014 prospectus. As an old student, I wish one day to come back and encourage the young souls there to realize  their path. Thank you

 

MUNYAO KENNEDY MUSYOKA LAWYER,

CREAMLAND CAMPUS, 2009     

 

I joined St Lawrence citizen high school- Horizon campus in senior 2 and later Paris Palais in 2005 finishing A’Level in 2006. I am currently the East African and Central Africa Cordinator of SMS international amd I am married with two children. I must say that am thankful to Ms. Tulina and the whole St Lawrence fraternity for the nurturing.

 

Catherine Karimi Nyumoo International Company Cordinator

Horizon Campus, Paris Palais, 2006

 

I am a Ugandan and an old student of St Lawrence Horizon Campus. I joined St Lawrence in 2009 to 2010. I currently work at NSSF as a property Estates officer Uganda and I am a proud old daughter of Horizon Campus because I was taught to be confident and creative through the extracurricular activities that used to take place at the campus. Our daddy (Prof. Lawrence Mukiibi) taught us to be creative and entrepreneurial minded at all costs. I would like to be a great encouragement and inspirational to others in the 2017 prospectus. Iam very honoured and grateful that I was a part of Horizon Campus of St Lawrence.

 

Nalukenge Leilah Kawooya

Horizon Campus, 2010

 

MY LIFE AT LONDON COLLEGE OF ST LAWRENCE

My name is Nassozi Tracy. Before joining the school, I was always attracted to it because of the beautiful scenery and the smart uniforms and when I finally joined in 2005, I was not at all disappointment.

I finished my O’Level in 2008 with very good results which encouraged me to join London College for my A’Level as well. I opted for History, Economics, Literature and Divinity as my combination. The teachers and administrators were always hands on and supported us through the 2 years of A’Level. They gave us a lot of emotional support as well to help us through the whole process of completing our advanced level. I completed my S.6 and emerged as one of the best female students with 22 points. I then joined Makerere University Business school in 2011 and completed my Bachelors degree in Business Computing in 2014 with a second class upper.

I really appreciate all the support given to me by all my teachers, fellow students and most of all, papa Mr. Mukiibi Lawrence. I will forever be grateful. My advice to the continuing students is to maintain a high level of discipline and maintain a positive attitude in whatever they do.

Thank you London College and thank you Mr. Mukiibi Lawrence for the never ending kindness.