Vision: “A centre of Academic Excellence”. In ten (10) years from 2015 we desire to see this school and a centre for the moral development of the youth.
Mission: We provide a conducive and enabling environment for quality science education for girls and boys and moral (upright character formation development).
Goal: The school is meant to increase access to secondary education to children especially girls, and to improve the quality of science education and is also in line with the world declaration on Education for all (1990).
Dr. Lucille Corti Science College is a Catholic founded private secondary school with a science biased curriculum and with preference in admission given to girls.
Founded in 2014 by the Little Sisters of Mary Immaculate of Gulu (LSMIG) under the supervision and guidance of the Ministry of Education and Sports and and Gulu Archdiocese, the mixed Boarding school sits in Koro sub-county in the northern Uganda district of Gulu.
In the morning of 11th October 2016 it was all excitement in senior one class at Dr. Lucille Corti Science College when Mr. Oyik Felix, the chemistry teacher entered the class, followed by two students holding glass science wares.
He started setting up the apparatus after writing on the chalk board “Experiment to prepare oxygen gas”. In their squeezed classroom students were scrambling to have a good look at the set up of the apparatus and chemicals for the lesson. Some climbed on their desks and others sat very close to the apparatus.
Toto Maria, located in the diocese of Kotido diocese, is a Vocational Training Centre for girls who have been victims of rape, forced marriage and defilement. Sr. Mary Angel Acayo LSMIG named the Centre after the Blessed Virgin Mary "TOTO MARIA" in Karamojong language and in English "MOTHER MARY", to draw wisdom and help to support the vulnerable girls who are victims of rape, forced marriage and defilement.
Sr. Mary Angel Acayo went to New York on 22rd March 2016 to talk in a United Nation Human Right endeavours on behalf of the Permanent Observer of Vatican. She presented cases of the vulnerable people in Karamoja and especially the girl children's plights like rape, defilement, early and forced marriages.
The talk represents an important issue which the Congregation of the Little sisters of Mary Immaculate is trying through Sr. Mary Angel Acayo to support. Gifts and donations are invited to uplift the needs of these vulnerable ladies.
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