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After almost half a century of bloody civil war, peace came to South Sudan in 2005, and the Country became independent in 2011. Hopes were high and progress was made, but in December 2013 peace was shattered, and, ever since, much of the Country has suffered the tragedy of inter-tribal conflict.

Juba Diocesan Model Secondary School was opened in 2007 with an initial intake of 80 students.  Today there are 888 students, on the school roll, 50% of whom are girls. 798 applied for 240 places in Senior 1 because the school is now recognised as being exceptional being ranked the first at national level in February 2020. The School provides equal opportunities for girls, and the recent School Certificate results show boys and girls are gaining equal achievements. 

This website provides you with the news and history of our school as well as the opportunities to be involved in a school that strives for success and achieves it year upon year. With so much success there is still a great deal to be done. Funds are continually being raised to provide the students with the best opportunities and resources so they can achieve their dreams and shape South Sudan for its bright future.





School assembly