One of the oldest Vocational School in the Island of Negros
In 1940, Mrs. Lolita V. Lopez, put up a typewriting table and a blackboard under the tree and started to accept student who are willing to learn typewriting and stenography.
When the war broke up, classes were temporarily suspended. Lately in l942, classes resumed. When number of students increased Mrs. Lolita Lopez was forced to rent a room and typewriter, hired instructors to accommodate the rising number of students… read more