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About Acacia


Acacia's vision is to educate and inspire servant leaders for Christ.   

Read our Core Values and Expected Student Outcomes here.



The Junior School for our Early Years to Grade 5 is located in Muyenga at 'Rest Corner' on Zzimwe Road across from the Italian 'Tank Hill Parade' Supermarket near Fuego Restaurant.

The Senior School for Grades 6 to 12 is located on Kutta Road, off Kironde Road. Turn opposite Terraces Restaurant in Muyenga (about 850 meters from the Junior School campus). 



  • Junior School Reception: +256 (0) 752 403 961 / 0786014448
  • Senior School Reception: +256 (0) 786 014 448 / 0701014448
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  • Postal Address:  Acacia International School,  PO Box 6189, Kampala Uganda



Acacia is accredited through the Association of Christian Schools International and Middle States Association.  Acacia is a Cambridge International School and is fully licensed and registered with the Ministry of Education in Uganda.



Acacia purchased a 40 acre piece of land along the Southern Bypass between Speke Resort and the Serena Golf Resort. Read a summary of the Master Plan for more information.  




Acacia has a diverse range of students from 31 nations.  Our youngest class, 'K3', has students who have turned three-years-old by the 1st of September on the year they join the school.  Our oldest students, 'Grade 12', who are 17 going on 18 years of age, graduate from Acacia in June of each year. Our first graduation was held in June 2019.  



Acacia exists to serve Christian missionaries and missionary kids!  In our tenth year of operation we were honored to serve over 60 missionary kids from more than a dozen sending organizations. The Affiliate Member Program is designed to formalize the relationship between the school and our ministry partners so that together we can create a better school for everyone. Read more about Affiliate Membership here.  Here are some of our missionary partners:



Junior School:  Arrival 7:30-8:00 a.m.  Pick up 3:00-3:15.  Club pick up 4:15

Senior School:  Arrival 7:15-7:45 a.m.  Pick up 3:15-3:25  

ISSAK Sports Tue/Thur Pickup:  U9 4:00,  U11 4:30,  U13&U16 5:00

The school year starts in late August and continues through mid-June.  The school year is divided into four terms or "Quarters".

Acacia Calendar:   2022-2023



Acacia International School is an independent, non-profit organization committed to integrity, transparency and accountability in its governance and operations.  The members of the school's Board of Directors and the Acacia School Board are Christians with a shared vision for extending God's kingdom in Kampala by providing an excellent education. 



The Board of Directors are the legal custodians of the company and bear ultimate responsibility for the school.  They safeguard the long-term academic quality and Christian foundation of the school by appointing the School Board and by approving changes to the school's mission and vision, annual budget and annual audit.  The Directors are: 

  • Jade Acker (Chairman), Cooperative Baptist Missionary and Founding Director of Refuge and Hope International

  • Linda Carpenter, HR & Admin Manager at Acacia

  • Sam Baguma, Mission Aviation Fellowship Missionary, East Africa Regional Manager

  • Kirk Slater, World Venture Missionary (Co-opted member)

  • Jason Carpenter, Head of School at Acacia



The Acacia School Board is appointed by the Board of Directors to implement the mission, vision and values of the school by developing school policies and a comprehensive strategic development plan, by supporting the school administration, overseeing school assets and by attending to its own professional growth.   

  • Sam Baguma, (Board Chair), Mission Aviation Fellowship Missionary, East Africa Regional Manager

  • Nikki Tuggy (Secretary)  Missionary

  • Patricia Nyezi, Head of Corporate Services, BHC

  • Blain Teketel Mekisso, Program Officer, Oak Foundation

  • Dan Propst, Engineering Ministries 

  • Emily Greene, Engineering Ministries 

  • Daryl Burnette, World Venture missionary

  • Mauricia Kayizzi, Head of Global Product Management ENGIE Energy Access Africa

  • Jason Carpenter, ex-officio Head of School



All lead teachers employed by Acacia are certified to teach and have an international teaching background. Our teachers come from many different countries. Currently at Acacia we have American, Ugandan, British, Nigerian, Canadian, Ghanaian, South African, Tanzanian, Zimbabwean, Zambian & New Zealand teachers.



Acacia is a Christian school.  For us, this means that the board members and teachers are committed Christians and that our teachers approach their work with the belief that all students are created in the image of God, that each is uniquely endowed with creative and intellectual potential and inherently valuable.  Moral and ethical values such as honesty, integrity, compassion and justice are an important part of the holistic education students will receive. Bible teaching is integrated into the curriculum and students attend weekly chapels.  All students regardless of their faith background are treated with dignity, love and respect.

The school is independent and not affiliated with any denomination.  Download our Statement of Faith here.



Acacia's curriculum is based on a 'Classical' philosophy of education which is described in detail on our curriculum page.  In the Early Years and Kindergarten we use Jolly Phonics and Jolly Grammar for early literacy and Singapore Math.  In grades 1-8 we have adopted the Core Knowledge scope and sequence.  For writing and grammer we use the Institute for Excellence in Writing (IEW), and for history Susan Wise Bauer's 'The Story of the World' series.  In grades 9 and 10 we use the Cambridge curriculum as to prepare our students for the IGCSEs.  To see more visit our curriculum page.



Acacia aims to be family-friendly. Parents are a valuable asset to the school, participating in the school board and Acacia Parent Council (APC), the sports program, and many other areas of school life. Your input is not only welcomed - it is seen as an essential element of your child's academic growth and a vital ingredient in this school success.



Acacia International School

Plot 1222 and 1224 Zzimwe Road.

Minister's Village, Kisugu Parish Block 244.

Makindye Sub-County, Kyadondo County.  

Kampala District.

PO Box 6189 Kampala

Jason Carpenter : This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Phone:  +256 752403961 / 0786014448



Stanbic Bank (Forest Mall Branch) U.S. Dollars only

 Bank Account Name: Acacia Education Services Ltd

 US$ Bank Account Number: 9030015341377


Wire Transfer (Electronic Funds Transfer). U.S. Dollars only





US $ ACCOUNT NUMBER : 9030015341377




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