Our Lady of Guadalupe


This is a brain child of St. Kizito High School Bethany and it almost has everything in common like its mother save for it being a mixed school. It was founded and started by the Sisters of IHMR in 2011 in the person of Sr. M. Salome Nambi and a group of friends from America who hail from Wisconsin.

 It was in 2006, when a group of people from the neighboring villages of St. Kizito high school, namely: Kireku, Kikoko, Busolo, Ngugulo, Sugezi, Mpogo, Buteeteeyi, Buwemula and Mayirye approached Sr. Salome the headmistress of St. Kizito High –Bethany, on the need to have a School in the area that can accommodate both boys and girls at a secondary level and at an affordable cost. This was seen as an urgent need for in the entire Parish of Mpogo the only nearest secondary school was within a radius of 13 kilometers and this hindered many potential students from walking to the school. This was leading to many school drop-outs after Primary level.

This school is named after the Patroness of the America – Our Lady of Guadalupe, who appeared to Juan Diego in Mexico.


Faith in God and self discipline


To nurture god fearing boys and girls for a productive and fruitful life


Molding god fearing and versatile individuals by exposing them to a variety of skills


It is located two and a half miles from St. Kizito High School Bethany but in Gomba district while its Mother school, St. Kizito is in Mityana District (boardering Mityana and Gomba districts)

 Current Situation

It has 250 students with Sr. M. Salome Nambi as the administrator deputised by Sr. M. Resty Nanteza Kitiibwa and assisted by a staff of 14 teachers. The school has members of a support staff totaling to 5. Although it started in 2011, It is already a registered, day and boarding school with a UNEB CENTER and had its first set of students sit for their final Exams in 2012 with good grades.

 Future  Plan

  • To furnish and equip the Laboratory building

  • To start a live stock project for feeding of students

  • To have more plantations to help with securing food


Our Lady of Guadalupe

P.O Box 40

Maddu Gomba