Students attend morning assembly three times per week where there is singing, dancing and announcements.

Students are served lunch each school day, eat their meals in the school dining shed and wash their own dishes. We serve eggs from the school’s chicken farm once a week. Other foods we serve include rice, beans, posho, matooke, groundnuts, fruit, chicken and beef. The school also operates a canteen where students may buy snacks during breaks in the day.  

School Life

Students participate in physical education daily at Circle of Peace School.


The school is equipped with swings, a merry-go-round, and small areas for playing soccer and other games. Some students participate in monthly swimming lessons at a local pool. 


Our school is grateful to donors who have supplied team uniforms and equipment to our several sports teams.  

Currently, there are 13 boys living in the boy’s dorm and 12 girls living in the girl’s dorm on campus, and there are 15 orphaned or abandoned girls staying with relatives outside the school grounds.


We are purchasing, renovating and furnishing a building to serve as a new girl’s dormitory. Once this is finished we will have enough space to house all the girls.


The school covers all costs for children who live in the dorms: education, medical support, food and lodging and more.  We are looking for sponsors for each of these deserving children so that they may have every opportunity to succeed at Circle of Peace School and afterwards.

Our students have a full and rich school day, from morning assembly and classroom learning and activities to sports, physical education and dormitory life.

Sports & Physical Education
Morning Assembly
Meals and Snacks
Dorm Life


​Write Us: 

In Uganda: 22 Mobutu Road, Mubarak-Kanisa Road, Kyandodo Sub-Country, Makindye Division, Kampala District, Uganda


In the US: 2404 Prestwick Rd, Henrico, VA 23294

Call Us:

In Uganda: (011) 256-789-043612        In the US: 1-804-247-1177 


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Circle of Peace School is supported in part by Circle of Peace International, a US-based 501c3 nonprofit organization founded in 2010 to assist Circle of Peace School in meeting the educational needs of its students.

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