At The Ark International School, we understand that every child is unique and has different needs. That’s why we offer both the Accelerated Christian Education (ACE) curriculum and the Uganda National curriculum, separately, giving parents the choice to pick the one that best suits their child. Our ACE curriculum, an international Christian curriculum that is individualized, promotes academic self-learning and emphasizes character growth through Biblically-based principles.

While the Uganda National curriculum, designed for the 21st Century Child, provides a well-rounded education that caters to the individual needs of each child.

Our dedicated team of mentors will guide and encourage your child to become a responsible, reliable and compassionate individual who will positively impact their community for Christ. Give your child the best education tailored to their needs, join us at The Ark International School today.”

The school is well resourced, enabling children to learn through play, investigation, experimentation and practical involvement. Children are encouraged to interact with others; this enhances their learning process and develops their social skills.


The ArkĀ  School aims at offering all our students a broad and balanced curriculum that provides rewarding and stimulating activities to prepare them for the best social and cultural life.

Our Education programmes emphasizes


Writing & Reading The Ark Christian Schools follows guidelines from the Ugandan Ministry of Education and Sports.


Humanities, i.e SST, Science, Geography The Ark Christian Schools follows guidelines from the Ugandan Ministry of Education and Sports.


Reasoning, Calculations & Mental Maths The Ark Christian Schools follows guidelines from the Ugandan Ministry of Education and Sports.

Creative Art & Design

Incorporating Creative Art and Design ito into our curriculum gives students the skills, concepts and knowledge necessary for them to express their responses to ideas and experiences in a visual or tactile form. It fires their imagination and is a fundamental means of personal expression.

Religious Education & Bible Study

The Ark Christian School encourages children to study the Bible. Through Bible study, we teach them to put their trust and faith in the Lord and that with Him by their side, they have the strength to overcome any challenge that they may face now or in the future.


Learning more modes of communication from different parts of the world.

My S.P.A.C.E


At The Ark, we strive to give children the chance to enjoy and succeed in speaking French, and to have confidence that they can learn a new, foreign language. Children at The Ark have the opportunity to learn to read, speak and begin to write French, as well as, develop an intercultural understanding of another country. Activities at The Ark are stimulating, engaging and challenging. The teaching and learning of French is relevant and meaningful for our children and incorporates some child-led learning. Language will be used naturally and reinforced in everyday contexts so that children are able to develop their abilities subconsciously. Intercultural understanding is at the heart of our incorporating French into our curriculum, teaching and as a result, we aim to encourage children who are knowledgeable and accepting of other cultures. We want our children to be able to make connections between their own local experiences and those of others internationally.


We provide a platform for children to develop more skills in other learning areas. After school Clubs include; Scouting & girl guides, Ballet, Music, Robotics & Chess


We maintain conducive small size classrooms with an excellent team of teachers, administrators and support staff. A clean kitchen where healthy snacks & Lunch are prepared. Spacious environment for children to play. Standard computer programs for young learners. A well-equipped library. A table tennis area. Basketball Court


Communication & Speaking, Listening, reading & writing, application of numbers & developing a range of mental calculation skills, ICT, Robotics, Working with others, Problem Solving, Thinking skills, Research Skills, PHSE (Personal Health Social Education), Project Work