We are one of the oldest Vocational Secondary Schools in the southern region of Uganda.
The late Bishop John Vernon Taylor (UK) who served in a Church Missionary Society encouraged Revd. Dr. Isaac Nsereko to set up a school. The latter welcomed the idea and looked for a site in Nyendo Mukudde parish, Nyendo Ssenyange Division, Masaka Municipality.
In February 1996, one classroom block was erected on a piece of land which was 50 by 88 feet. The objectives of the school were to assist the needy, vulnerable children and orphans to get basic education integrated with vocational skills in computer science, driving, catering, tailoring, building and construction, motor vehicle mechanics, hairdressing, knitting, secretarial studies, and plumbing.
Since then, Nserester has produced over 100,000 responsible people, working in different parts of the country in various fields. Some of them are engineers, doctors, teachers, and accountants.
Towards the end of 2017, the Priest handed over the school to community elders and parents for direction, follow-up, control and management.