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  MY DREAM SCHOOL!

My dream school has always been St. Andrew Kaggwa Gombe High School. I have always dreamt of a school with a good administrative body, just like that of St. Andrew Kaggwa Gombe High school, a school with well-equipped science laboratories, one with a curriculum that contains a variety of subjects. One with a library which is well equipped with an online section which enables students to research further. One with wonderful and satisfying meals which give us, the students, a balanced diet. Last but not least, a school with co-curricular activities that enable students develop their talents and one that caters for all religious denominations.

God bless our beloved Director, Mr. Kyewalabye Male David and God bless St, Andrew Kaggwa Gombe High School.

   ODRANGWA MICHEAL DOUGLAS

     Senior two, 2017.

 

 

           10 Things High School can’t be without.

  1. Which teacher lacks a nick name in high school because we might arrange for baptism soon? High school would be boring if you never called your teacher any funny names like Ghost Rider, Luswata, Lusuja, etc.
  2. Jazz of a funk. So when the boys or girls happen to visit some other school. It’s like a celebration. They will take like a week, jazzing about the funk; who rubbed, who was embarrassed who stared at a boy or girl and fell down etc. (people in single schools know this best)
  3. The “I know it all”; this person is definitely a loose mouthed and will walk miles to find out everything that happens in school (even staff room). They don’t even mind if it will cost them their studies.
  4. The cliques. This is when you get to think, “All animals are equal but some are more equal. “ Is the definition of these cliques the rich gang, hotties, wild kats……… If only they were not the opposite of the real people, we would be fine.
  5. That babe with a prince charming; That the whole school knows about, trust me it’s not what she wants but she tells one person then that one tells the other then like that till we all know and the best we can do is baptize her Mrs.……. and laugh with a beat. This is “Hi school”
  6. The mail fellows. These ones aren’t so pretty but have something that makes them receive mails every week.
  7. Complaints about meals. This is common for the girls even though its chicken for lunch, you will hear one say “Banange it had some feathers” but I wonder why such girls do not pour any and when it’s ‘posho’, they say the school is broke.
  8. I did not know who introduced slangs but he either did something good or bad for “high skulers” I t is surely nice because you can still make your book last for more months.
  9. Hmmm……!!!! This thing travels faster than light and sound. Yes! How fast and it’s always half true half wrong but it gets you all excited and jumpy because you want to know more.
  10. Gloria, Abigail certainly high schools without these names should be closed down.

                                                         RITAH      NAKAZIBWE

                                                               Senior six Arts, 2017.

 

  DO YOU SEEK WISDOM? Read me!

     What can you do to promote world peace?

Go home and love your family.

     We do not need guns and bombs to bring peace, we need love and compassion.

     Some people come into our life as blessings. Some come into your life as lessons.

       If you judge people, you have no time to love them.

       There is a thing you can do but I can not

And there is a thing I can do but you cannot, so let us make something beautiful together.

         Let no one ever come to you without leaving you better and happier.

         Be the living expression of God’s kindness: Kindness in your face, kindness in your eyes, kindness everywhere.

         If you are discouraged, it is a sign of pride because it shows you trust in your own powers.

         I know God will not give me anything I can’t handle. I just wish that he didn’t trust me so much.

         And so let us always meet each other with a smile, for a smile is the beginning of love.

         Not all of us can do great things, but we can all do small things with great love.

       It is easy to love people far away. It is not always easy to love those close to us. It is easier to give a cup of rice to relieve hunger than to relieve the loneliness and pain of someone unloved in our home.

Bring love into your home, for this is where our love for each other must start.

       Kind words can be short and easy to speak, but their echoes are truly endless.

       Even if you are on the right track, you will get run over if you just sit there.

       Smile at each other, smile at your wife, smile at your husband, and smile at your children. Smile at each other. It doesn’t matter who it is and that will help us grow up in love for each other.

       You may be exhausted with work; you may even kill yourself, but unless your work is interwoven with love, it is useless. To work without love is slavery.

       If we really want to love, we must learn how to forgive.

       Love begins by taking care of the closest ones- the ones at home.

       Love is a fruit in season at all times and within reach of every hand.

       If you are asked why you don’t participate in anti-war demonstrations, tell them that you will never do that, but as soon as they have a pro-peace rally, you will be there.

       The most terrible poverty is loneliness and a feeling of being unloved.      

                                                                                                   NAMUDDU SHEILA.

                                                                                                           S-3, 2017.

 

                          MATHEMATICS: MY JOY!

My most beloved subject is Maths! Why do I say this?

I say this because I have never got a D2 and below that since Primary four. I came to know that Maths was my best subject when I started consulting my Maths teachers and friends, plus praying to God, Something which helped me to improve more than I was in Primary Three because I could not perform well then. That is to say I could hardly get distinctions. I could perform SO poorly in Primary three that I almost gave up. I thank the teachers of senior one who are Committed to seeing me get a distinction one (D1) in Maths. I therefore don’t have any doubt whatsoever that Maths is my best subject.

                                                                              KIBONE VICKY

                                                                              Senior one,2017.

                   

 



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