- "Nabbingo College From Above" Video
- Motto, Mission & Vision
- School History & Specifics
- What are we famous for?
- Strategic Objectives & Values
- School Reputation
- School Events & Calendar Activities
- School Slang
College Mission: “To produce upright, academically sound, socially balanced and physically capable women to serve God and their country”.
College Motto: Be True
The school is an all-girls secondary school, fully accredited by the Ministry of Education and Sports and offers certificates of education both for ‘O’ and ‘A’ LEVELS.
Trinity College Nabbingo was founded in February 1942 by Bishop Edward Michaud of the White Fathers, who were affiliated to the Roman Catholic Church. Thirty six years earlier, the same religious congregation had founded St. Mary’s College Kisubi (SMACK), a boys-only high school located along the Kampala – Entebbe highway.
Nabbingo was established having realized that the secondary school education of Catholic girls needed to be addressed as well. It started with twenty(20) students who sat their school certificate examinations in 1951.
The objectives of founding the school were to produce educated women who are morally upright, academically sound, socially and physically capable of serving God and their country alike.
Suffice to note is that in the beginning, the school’s administration was overseen by the Missionary sisters of our lady of Africa (White Sisters) who later, in 1960 handed it over to the Canonesses Sisters of St. Augustine. This was the time when higher school certificate program
The first Ugandan Head teacher of the college was Mrs. Margaret Nakatudde Nsereko, in 1971, followed by Mrs. Yiga Theopista in 1987. Madam Kikomeko Cotilda Nakate is privileged to have been the third indigenous head teacher in the college since 2002.
The Board of governors has directed the following strategic objectives to be implemented in the next ten years.
1. To produce God fearing women.
2. To empower the young women to develop into citizens of high integrity.
3. To assist the young women develop a culture of love for knowledge.
4. To guide the young women to develop leadership skills and impetus to lead.
5. To assist the young women to develop the sense of belonging.
6. To sensitize the young women to love work.