St. Kizito Technical Institute in Kitovu held its first graduation ceremony for over 200 graduates from the academic year 2017 to 2020. Students were awarded National Certificates in 10 courses that the Institute offers. The school was established in 1944 by the Catholic Diocese of Masaka as a Rural Trade School. In 1973 it was elevated to a Technical with government aid. Later on in 2011 the Technical school was elevated to a Technical Institute. The graduation ceremony was preceded by celebration of mass led by the Bishop of Masaka Diocese Rt. Rev. Serverus Jjumba, assisted by the Diocesan Education Secretary, Rev. Fr. Kamulegeya Micheal, Chairperson BOG of the Institute, Rev. Fr. Nanseera Vincent, the Institute Chaplain, Rev. Fr. Matovu KIzito, the Principal Private Secretary of the Bishop, Fr. Mukalazi John Mary among other clergy.