- Thank you for your interest in joining SENIOR FIVE at Jinja College. It is a Catholic founded; Government-aided Secondary School located at Lubaga Hill, 1km from Jinja town. The school was founded by Mill Hill Missionary Fathers in 1946. The vacancies are highly competitive.
Register below for more information regarding the admission procedure
The offer is subject to the following conditions:
- You accept to follow the school timetable and to observe the school rules and regulations.
- You pay the school charges before you begin the course.
- You report punctually to begin the course.
- Your success at Jinja College will very much depend on your co-operation with staff and fellow students in the pursuit of excellence.
The school motto: “Strive to excel” calls for dedication to organized work and a total commitment to the spirit of CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT.
APPENDIX 1: TERM I SCHOOL CHARGES
Besides the regular termly fees of Shs. 800,000, senior five students are
required to pay:
(a) Shs. 291,000/= to cover the school uniform and the school magazine.
|(b) Shs. 357,500/= to cover the following:|
|2.||SESEMAT & ASSHU||3,000|
|3.||Projects and Commitment||244,500|
|6.||House fee and hair cut||15,000|
|7. Bank charge||3,000|
Pay Jinja College using the set of bank slips issued by the school
SENIOR FIVE ADMISSION 2020
APPENDIX 2: SCHOOL UNIFORM AND PERSONAL EFFECTS.
- School Uniform:
The money (U.Shs. 291,000) included in the school
charges, covers two pairs of trousers, two shirts, two casual wear T-shirts, a
sweater, tie and a sports T-shirt.
You are, therefore, required to come with two pairs of black trousers for
casual wear, two pairs of black shoes, a black belt and five pairs of dark
grey socks in order to complete the school uniform. Other casual wear will not be accepted.
(b) Personal Effects:
- Foam mattress (not wider than 3ft)
- Bed sheets, blanket, towel, slippers, night dress
- Two pairs of decent sandals, old tyre sandals are strictly prohibited.
- Treated mosquito net
- Enough underpants, handkerchiefs
- Hair comb, toothbrush and paste
- 10 litre jerry can and a basin
- Fork, table knife and spoon
- Drier and a scrubbing brush
- Enough pocket money
- Transport money (enough to transport you back home at the end of
- 4,000/= to be paid at school for six rolls of toilet paper.
- A school bag
Note very carefully: Each student is expected to participate in at least one of
the out-door games played at this school. Those games are: Football, Volleyball
and Basketball. Whereas the school will provide you with the balls for the said
games, you will be expected to buy yourself appropriate footwear for the games
APPENDIX 3: MINIMUM INSTRUCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS_FOR A-LEVEL
1. All A-level students MUST have:
- Dictionary of English language
- Simple Scientific Calculator
- 12 counter books, enough writing paper, graph paper, files, pens and
- At least one textbook of each paper per subject taken.
- Students of Technical Drawing must have a set of Technical Drawing
- Students of Biology must have a Dissection kit, Dissection guide and a
- Students of Fine Art must bring:-
(i) The Textbook; Crafts and Studio Technology by Dr. Tibenkana S.
(ii) The materials appropriate to the papers they have opted for.
Note carefully: You are encouraged to provide more than the above minimum
APPENDIX 4: A- LEVEL RECOMMENDED BOOKS
- Advanced Biology by Michael Kent.
- Biological Science, 3rd Edition by DJ Taylor .NPO.Green.GW Stout
- New Understanding Biology for Advanced Level 4th Edition By Glenn and
- Dissection Guide, a combined edition, H.G.Q. Rowertt, M.A.
- Dissecting Kit
P310/1: PROSE AND POETRY
- Poetic Duet by Jane Okot P’Bitek and Sophie Nuwagira Bamwoyeraki
- Uganda Poetry Anthrology by Okot Benge and Alex Bangirana
- Echoes Across the Valley, Arthur I. Lurai and Kwamchetsi Makokha
- Richard III by William Shakespeare
- Oedipus the King plays by Sophocles
- The Way of the world by William Congreve
- The Floods by John Ruganda
- Tess of the d’ urberviles by Thomas Hardy
- The poor Christ of Bomba by Mongo Beti
- A Walk in the Night by Alex La Guma
- The Moon also sets by Osi Ogbu
- Master piece solution to ‘A’ Level; Agriculture
- Solutions to UACE Revision Questions (P515/ 1 and 2) with Notes Based
on New NCDC & UNEB Curriculum by Charles Naaya
- Model Questions and Answers for ‘A’ Level Agriculture ( Paper One P515)
and (Paper two P515/2 )by Omunyin Onyango
- Human and Economic Geography by Goh Cheng Leong & Morgan
- Landforms in East Africa by Collin Buckle
- Regional Geography of Uganda and Field work by Kichodo Henry
- Advanced Level Physics Combined Volume by Tom Duncan
- A-Level Physics by M. Ne1con and Parker
- A-level Physics by Roger Muncaster
SENIOR FIVE ADMISSION 2020
HISTORY PAPER ONE
- Nationalism and new states of Africa by Ali Mazrui and Ms. Tidy
- Focus on National Movements and New states by Ojok Jackson
HISTORY PAPER THREE
- History of Modern Europe (1789 – 1981) by HL Peacock
- An illustrated History of Modern Europe (1789 -1984) by Denis Richards
- The Promise (P245 j 1) by Sharkey and Welch
- The Fulfillment(P245j2) by Sharkey and Welch
- Modern Christians Living Today by Sharkey and Welch
- The Good News Bible (compulsory)
- Contemporary approach to Economics by Othieno Okoth
- A text Book of Economics by Hanson
- Introduction to positive Economics by Lipsey
- Principles of organic Chemistry by Peter R.S Murray
- Physical Chemistry by Heys
- Modern Inorganic Chemistry by G.P Liptrot
1. Art of Beginners by Baker Apollo Ntambirwoha
- Advanced Technical Drawing by Jackson
- Building Construction (Books 1, 2,&4)
- Building Construction Theory by Mutebi R