The late Bishop John Venon Taylor who served as a CMS Missionary encouraged Dr Isaac Nsereko to set up Nserester.
Started in 1996 on a 50 by 80-foot piece of land, with one classroom, under a Jack fruit tree. The centre was established to assist needy, vulnerable children and orphans to get elementary education integrated with technical skills, computer science competence, driving lessons. and give free counselling services to the local communities.
Nserester Complex is located in Nyendo Trading Centre, a few metres away from Masaka municipality, the institution emphasises academic excellence and skills development to enable students to become self-supportive.
Located in Nyendo Trading Centre, a few metres away from Masaka municipality, the institution emphasises academic excellence and skills development to enable students to become self-supportive.
Since 1996, Nserester has passed out over 1000 responsible people, employed many workers, brought in the country big money from various Donors and now our journey for self-sustainability.
Uganda faced massive unemployment and an education curriculum that couldn’t address the needs of its rapidly growing population.
It was against this background that Nserester Complex International was established 23 years ago. It transformed education, from the traditional (academic) form of instruction to a more integrated and vocationalisation approach.
Nserester Complex comprises of a recognised Vocational Secondary School with more than 20 subjects and a Technical & Business School section where students pursue technical subjects, plus integrated ICT (Information Communication Technology) skills, Entrepreneurship, English, Kiswahili and Mathematics.
Because of its unique curriculum, the school has attracted high ranking personalities to learn from its educational model. At the institution, students are given options to pursue academics, seek employment or become self-employed after S.4 or S.6
Students who excel are offered scholarships to pursue undergraduate and postgraduate courses in various universities.