Pretty Parvin Nabakiibi with her mother Catherine Nabuule of Unique Garments Mukono cerebrating her victory.

St. Joseph Naggalama’s Best Scores 10 in 10

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Becoming a doctor is the dream career for Pretty Parvin Nabakiibi, a daughter to a business woman, Catherine Nabuule of Unique Garments in Mukono town.  

Nabakiibi sat for her Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE) examinations at St. Joseph’s Senior Secondary School in Naggalama, Mukono District and scored 10 aggregates in ten subjects. She is among the school’s best students.

Pretty Parvin Nabakiibi with her mother Catherine Nabuule of Unique Garments Mukono cerebrating her victory.

She scored a distinction in each of the following subjects; Mathematics, English, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Agriculture, History, French, Geography and Christian Religious Education.

After the release of the results on Thursday, Nabakiibi was found at her mother’s Unique Garments attending to customers. She said that she has spent the whole of the vacation doing this business.

Despite the fact that she scored 16 aggregates in her mock examinations, Nabakiibi said that she did not lose hope.

“That grade just woke me up and I pulled my socks. I doubled my efforts in reading, making consultations with my teachers and classmates,” she said.

Nabakiibi says she wants to do Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and ICT at A Level so that she can ably become a doctor.

Continuing students celebrating the school’s best UCE performance.

Her mother, Catherine Nabuule says she was rejected at Kings College Buddo where she had put her first choice for Senior One because she had scored six aggregates from St. Theresa Boarding Primary School in Namagunga.

Nabuule said that they therefore resorted to St. Joseph’s Senior School Naggalama which has enabled her to become the best in the school with 10 in 10.

Agnes Nsubuga, the school headteacher.

The school headteacher Agnes Nsubuga said that the school registered 293 candidates and out of those, 291 passed in first grade.  Nsubuga says that the school got 23 students with eight aggregates in eight subjects and five with 10 in 10. The school’s percentage pass is 99.3.

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