Season 1: Sports include the following:
• Primary Basketball
• Secondary Football / Soccer
• Secondary Swimming
Season 2: Sports include the following:
• Primary Football / Soccer
• Secondary Basketball
• Primary and Secondary Cross-Country Running
Season 3: Sports include the following:
- Secondary Volleyball
- Primary and Secondary Athletics
- Primary Swimming
**Please note, some fixtures, for various reasons, may need to be rescheduled. This will be communicated by the team coach & Sports Director.
KISU Basketball & Football Players Looking Smart in Their New Kits!
Players & Coaches are now dressed to impress, suiting up to a standard that matches the quality of their sporting play. Players and coaches are looking forward to collecting more victories in their new school colours! Many thanks to our Managing Director, Mr. Rajiv Ruparelia, for his continued and generous support toward the sports program at KISU!
KISU captures another team victory
It was another successful day in sport for KISU as nearly 70 secondary students competed in the ISSAK Cross Country meet at Entebbe Botanical Garden against ISU, HIS, RISU, AK, GEMS, AIS, and VC . Contributing to our victory were our 1st place finishes in the U12G, U13G, U13B, U15G, & U15B categories and 2nd in U14G & U20G. Results aside, our students, once again, displayed courage, kindness, perseverance, and responsibility to represent all that KISU is about. We are very proud of them and their achievement!
Podium Place Finishers:
|3||Chisty Lau||Ruben White
KISU Student Named Uganda Sports Personality of 2016!
Nicholas Malan, 13 years of age, has been named by the Uganda Sports Press Association, Male Sports Personality of 2016 for Swimming for his dedication to, improvement in, and achievements in swimming! Nic has been swimming since the age of 5 and, in recent years, his love for the sport has grown and he has taken up training outside of school, early mornings and evenings after school. He competes in the sport year round, internationally, and has represented KISU and Uganda in many championship galas over the last few years. As a result of his commitment and hard-work, he has seen significant gains in his performance (see summary of achievements below), collecting a handful of medals and setting numerous personal bests!
We are proud to call students such a Nic a KISU Lion and hope we can continue to support his endeavours in swimming! April: CANA Zone IV, Mauritius 1 Bronze in the 4x50 relay and silver in the 1km open water swim. (Uganda's first open water medal!) October: USF Independence Gala, KPS 4 Bronze, 1 Silver October: Mombasa National Age Group Champs, Mombasa, Kenya 1 bronze and 5 new PB's! November: CANA Zone III, Kigali, Rwanda 3 Gold, 1 Bronze and 3 relay Golds December: Vita-Thion Central Gauteng Champs, Johannesburg, South Africa 1 Bronze and made the finals in 5 of 6 events. Also qualified to swim at South African National Junior Championships with two qualifying times!