HISTORY OF THE SCHOOL
The school today has undergone some transformation and reformation over the years. It started as St. Margaret's Secondary Modern School in January 1961 by the Roman Catholic Mission then under Ibonwo Parish.
The administration of the school was under the Parish Administration of Ibonwon. The school then prepared candidates for the secondary modern school certificate examination. The distance of the Parish Headquarters at Ibonwon created administrative problems, supervision became difficult. These problems led to an act of discipline by both, the teachers and the students. The school died a natural death in 1967 when most of the teachers fled the town for acts of the discipline.
The school remained closed until 1970 when the then Bishop of Ijebu-Ode Catholic Diocese, A. S. Sanusi's attention was drawn to the plight of the people of Iwopin. After the initial inspection, the school was re-opened in October 1972 with 46 students, but to be called St. Kizito's Vocational Institute. This was aimed at preparing students for the Commercial IV Examination and leave the school after three years.
The woeful performance of the 1st set in 1975 in both Modern III and Commercial IV Examination did not discourage the students and teachers. However, the 2nd set in 1976 performed excellently well that they scored 100% in Commercial IV and 67% in the Modern III Examinations.
On the 7th of July, 1976, the Ogun State Ministry of Education upgraded St. Kizito's Vocation Institute, Iwopin, and renamed it St. Kizito's Technical Secondary School, Iwopin.
On the 3rd of September, 1976, the school opened with 76 students in Form I (Technical School Section and 118 students in Modern II, III, and IV). Thus the school operated dual systems with gradual phasing out to the modern school section.
There was the scarcity of teachers in the school as only two Grade II teachers operated the school. Later five more were transferred to the school, but the first graduate teacher of the school was Mr. F. O. Adenuga and later Mr. Oshindia were posted to head the school in October, thus paving way for a Secondary School.