About Bright Grammar School


About Bright Grammar School

Bright Grammar Primary school is a mixed boarding school that was established in 1989 as a boarding Junior School, on a 2 acre land located in Nyendo sub-bub of Masaka district.

Its major objective was to extend an education platform nearer to the children in the southern region of Uganda in order to redress the historical imbalance in regional education where the central region dominated more in providing the education service.

In 1995 Bright Grammar School registered its first P.L.E candidates with the likes of Katende Tonny scoring 4 aggregates. Its academic excellence continued thereafter.

From 1996 the administration decided to enlarge bright grammar, which they did. They transferred its location to a nearby 20 acre land in Nyendo due to the demanding population B.G had exhibited.

The school motto is “struggle for a bright future.” and the mission is “focused on producing extra ordinary quality results in all we do.”

With a Vision “To produce a skilled dependable individual” It attracts students not only from Uganda, but even from the neighboring countries like Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Somalia, and Sudan.

The school enrollment is 900 pupils. with 3 streams per class from pre-primary  to primary seven. The official medium of communication for all classes is English, which is also the official language in Uganda. We offer a very wide curriculum.

All our teachers are graduate teachers. We have a relatively stable staff with a lot of teaching experience ranging from 5 – 20 years with continuous in service/refresher training.

Bright Grammar School has an excellent record as regards the student’s performance in the P.L.E  examinations and continue excelling at post primary then to universities and other tertiary institutions not only in Uganda but also abroad.



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    The Bridge gets a 10th issue

    September 29, 2013

    The Old students association of Bright Grammar has released yet another issue of the Bridge Magazine. This issue will mostly look at the 25 yrs  Bright Grammar Scho... Read more