Kiira View Secondary School (meaning 'Nile View' due it's location near the banks for River Nile) opened in February 2009 in a rural area of Jinja district in eastern Uganda, serving the community of Butagaya, about 30 km from the city of Jinja.

The school has made enormous efforts to provide a welcoming and attractive environment for study, with beautiful gardens where students can study or relax when they are not in lessons. It is also one of the first PEAS schools to receive teacher housing, a facility that is crucial for attracting and retaining good quality teachers, especially in rural schools where there are few nearby good accommodation options.

The School Director Richard Obbo and Headteacher Richard Ayaga lead 15 teaching staff and 6 non-teaching staff to provide 13 'O' level subjects and 8 'A' level subjects. The school also has an arable income generating project growing beans and maize.