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. Until she constructed a building at Cuadra St. back of DBP, and state Theatre. Student continued to flock to take Typewriting, Stenography and Bookkeeping and other Vocational Courses. Other Technical courses were added like Computer Hardware Servicing NC II, Consumer Electronics Servicing NC II, Caregiving NC II, Hair Dressing NC II, Beauty Care NC II, Dressmaking NC II, Tailoring NC II, Commercial Cooking NC II and Household Servicing NC II.
Today, the school still continued to help the poor but desiring students to reach their goal making VICTORY BUSINESS COLLEGE Courses as their stepping stones.
The college advocates a progressive and dynamic technical educational system that will facilitate a career skills necessary to achieve quality learning and lifelong success to be socially and morally responsible individual in his community and country.
Provide quality technical education, producing individuals equip with career skills, socially and morally responsible, value-oriented, high performing and innovative leaders in technical field.