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Early this year Madam Beatrice asked the BoG of the school to allow her step down so that she could get time to concentrate on her studies. The request was granted and after a daylong interviews, the Bog settled on Brother Charles Lwanga Mugisa BSCL, a brother in the Congregation of St. Charles Lwanga. Find here below his profile. Read and get a glimpse of his many years of experience as an administrator.
Bro.Charles Lwanga Mugisa BSCL
Diploma in Education. Institute Teacher Education Kyambogo- Uganda
Ba.Education Christ The Teacher Institute for Education CTIE catholic University Eastern Africa.
Certificate special needs Education from Kenya Institute of Special Education (KISE). Masters of Special Needs Education Kenyatta University, on Thesis writing.
1988 - 1990 as a Teacher in Uganda
1991 - 1993 formation as Religious in Uganda
1994-1996 deputy Head in Uganda
1997-1998 deputy Principal St. Charles Lwanga Sec. School Mukumu-kenya
1999-2005 Principal St. Joseph’s Technical Institute for the deaf Nyang’oma,Bondo Kenya
2006 manager St. Bernard’s Youth Polytechnic Diocese of Homabay.
2007-2009 Director and founder of St. Charles Lwanga Training Centre/High school for persons with Special Needs Ruai-Nairobi. Working with Watoto Wa Lwanga street children project at St. Charles Lwanga Boys town Ruai facilitating on their pursuance of Education.
2009-2013 July Director Goodshepherds Catechetical Training Centre-Katilu-Catholic Diocese of Lodwar-Lodwar.
2013 September to date, Principal St. Aloysius Gonzaga Secondary School-Otiende-Kibera-Nairobi- Kenya.
I thank God who in His opportune time has granted me time and chance to come and share what He has already instructed me all the years with the Children, staff, stake holders and entire St. Als family.
I feel privileged to have been allowed to serve this school as its Principal to bring to board the vast experience that God has so far granted me.
As a trained teacher for the special needs and from a teaching Congregation that caters for the youth and the less fortunate it is my prayer that a lot will be achieved together with the staff that is so dedicated and an able Board of management. I would like to add my effort to uphold the good work already done and strive ahead for even better performance in future. With the efforts of the fundraisers and the donors who willingly extend their kind hand to our request with almost 100%, It is our turn as staff to also encourage our students at whatever it takes to also work extremely very hard to produce results of 100% or there about.
I want to believe with all the well equipped libraries and laboratories of Science and IT we shall not go wrong.
All this for the Greater Glory of God.
Bro. Charles Lwanga Mugisa BSCL.
The journey to Music Festivals
The journey initially scheduled to begin at ten in the morning is delayed by two hours. There is however excitement in the air.
The students have really looked forward to this day and indeed they have worked hard to reach the Kenya Music Festivals
for school and colleges national competitions. The competition brings together schools and colleges from across all the 47
counties in the country. The best three in each category or class proceed to the national competitions. Our school is
earmarked to perform three choral verses: I don’t belong, The Mirror and Item Number Ten.