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Archbishop Flynn S.S. is a catholic private secondary school for boys and girls located 1.5km off Latanya Road along Pader-Latanya Road. It is an Ordinary level and Advanced level secondary school. The school opened in February 2009 but was officially blessed and opened on 2nd August 2009 by His Grace John Baptist Odama the Archbishop of Gulu.

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THE SCHOOL MOTTO
Sapientia et servitium – Wisdom and service


SCHOOL VISION.
The vision of Archbishop Flynn secondary school is to be among the leading schools in the country through dedicated commitment in education.

SCHOOL MISSION
To provide excellence in holistic and quality education rooted in the Christian tradition with the aim of producing responsible and productive professionals for community transformation.

CORE VALUES
We focus and build on: the fear of God, charity, integrity, honesty, accountability and respect. The patron of the school is St. Joseph the Foster Father of Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior.

GOLDEN RULES
Do the right thing, at the right time, in the right place with the right intention.

SCHOOL PROPRIETOR
The Catholic Archdiocese of Gulu.

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STRUCTURES IN PLACE
· 16 classrooms completed and in use
· A dinning hall of a capacity for 1000 students, with attached kitchen and stores.
· Science laboratories (chemistry, biology, and physics) completed and in use.
· Girls’ hostel for 200 girls completed and in use.
· Convent for the Nuns complete and in use.
· School canteen completed, fully stocked and in use.
· Electric generator
· A water tower (43,000 lts) installed and in use.

PERSONNEL
The school has a highly motivated cadre of professional teachers, technical staff, and support staff. Besides, it has a full-time school Nurse.

Archbishop Flynn S.S. is a catholic private secondary school for boys and girls located 1.5km off Latanya Road along Pader-Latanya Road. It is an Ordinary level and Advanced level secondary school. The school opened in February 2009 but was officially blessed and opened on 2nd August 2009 by His Grace John Baptist Odama the Archbishop of Gulu.