Mwangaza College traces its roots back to 1973 when Bishop Ndingi Mwana Nzeki of the Catholic Diocese of Nakuru (CDN) opened a community center offering tailoring skills to residents from the surrounding slums. In 1993 it became a fully-fledged college offering business and technical courses, this is after CDN handed the college to the Brothers of the Christian Schools (De La Salle Brothers) to manage the college.
To be a world class institution of choice dedicated to excellence in service delivery guided by shared values and principles within an environment conducive to learning, fairness and continuous improvement.
Empower our students with knowledge; skills and human education to enable them face current challenges.
De La Salle Brothers
Under the management of the De La Salle Brothers , over 18,000 students have graduated as the college’s drive to enrich lives through education grows every day; this has been achieved through significant growth of programmes offered, development of modern infrastructure and a team of committed and passionate staffs. We currently have a population of 500 students, and we are still committed to offering quality and affordable training to youth within Nakuru County and beyond.
De La Salle institutions in Kenya
Mwangaza College in Nakuru Town
- St. Paul’s Secondary School in Marsabit
- St. Mary’s Secondary School in Nyeri Town
- St. La Salle School in Karemeno in Nyeri
La Salle Catholic School in Karen, Nairobi
School of Education in Tangaza University, Nairobi
- Child discovery Centre in Lanet, Nakuru
- Rongai Agri-tech Secondary School in Rongai, Nakuru
La Salle School in Homabay