When you talk about SMASK, you cannot separate it from sports. Since 2001, our goal has been to be the leading and model school in academics and sports. With the help of the Almighty God, We have registered considerable success in the field of sports in our numerous disciplines locally and in the whole sub-Saharan region; Football, Netball, Basketball, Volleyball have been our main sports of focus.

 Currently, we now boast of some of the best sports facilities in the region; 4 football pitches from 1 in 2001, 2 netball and 2 basketball courts, a fully equipped gym and that is only the start.

Upcoming Events


Rev. Fr. Kasule Day

7:00 am - 2:30 pmSt. Mary’s Stadium

SMASK Candidates Dedication Mass

12:00 am - 11:59 pmSt. Mary’s Stadium

SMASK Thanksgiving Ceremony

8:00 am - 2:00 pmSt. Mary’s Stadium

Our goal is to be the model and leading school in sports locally, regionally and internationally.

Dr. Lawrence MulindwaExecutive Director

Our Sports Legacy

In just over 20 years, we have been able to register considerable success, setting and breaking records at will.

Read below our sports achievements in the different disciplines;

Boys Football:

Copa Coca Cola9 Titles

(2019,2015 2013, 2012, 2011, 2008,2007,2006,2004)

FEASSA (East Africa)-12 Titles (Record)


Wakiso District Championship13 Titles (Record)


Elite Schools Championship2 Titles (Record)




National Netball Championship12 Titles (Record)


FEASSA (East Africa)-16 Titles (Record)


Elite Schools Championship2 Titles (Record)


Girls’ Basketball:

National Basketball Championship8 Titles


FEASSA (East Africa)-1 Title



Inter-house Competitions

Annually, we hold the Interhouse competitions where students compete against each other in the fields of Athletics, football, basketball, Javeline  Netball. With many talented students around, they are very competitive and each house is always vying for top spot in all the disciplines . Six houses fight for the the ultimate prize: Mulindwa House, Kintu House, Kasasa House, Kasule House, Mukasa House and Kalibbala House. All these have their own patrons who are teachers and staff, and it’s compulsory for students and staff to belong to one of the houses.