Our History

Brief history

For the last 3 decades, 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.
1973 - Community Center
Bishop Ndingi Mwana Nzeki of the Catholic Diocese of Nakuru (CDN) opened a community center offering tailoring skills to residents from the surrounding slums.
1993 - College Status
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.