|The Institute of the Daughters of Mary Help of Christians (also known as the Salesian Sisters of St. John Bosco) was founded by St. John Bosco and St. Mary Domenica Mazzarello in Mornese Italy. It is a female religious congregation dedicated to the integral or holistic education of the young, especially the underprivileged, as the way to Gospel citizenship.
|Salesian Sisters from China went to Hong Kong and the Philippines to establish communities for the educational mission.
|The Mary Help of Christians School in Minglanilla Cebu was established. The school offered the following: (1) basic education (from pre-school to grade ten) (2) free night high school to young working women (3) short-term vocational courses such as hi-speed sewing, cooking and cosmetology to young women and mothers.
|The Women Development and Technology Center was established to provide technical-vocational education or skills training to graduates or non-graduates of secondary education.
|The school offered additional vocational courses: computer literacy and basic office procedures that later became Business and Office Technology and Industrial Electronics.
|The Department of Technical Vocational Education was separated from Mary Help of Christians School in Minglanilla Cebu. It became a separate institution, known as Mary Our Help Technical Institute for Women (Cebu), Inc.
|Mary Our Help Technical Institute for Women (Cebu), Inc. is one of three schools in the district that piloted senior high school, two years in advance of its nationwide implementation in the country. The Accountancy, Business Management (ABM) and Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) tracks were offered.
|Kharla Santos and Clarissa Margallo, second year Consumer Electronics and Mechatronics Servicing (CEMS) students were judged as winners in the provincial level of TESDA’s 2015 Cebu Skills Competition, with the theme, “Skills: Bridge to Prosperity”. This accomplishment garners for the students a TESDA NC 2 rating in Mechatronics Servicing.
|Kharla Santos and Clarissa Margallo, second year Consumer Electronics and Mechatronics Servicing (CEMS) students were declared winners in TESDA’s 2015 Regional Skills Competition. The school served as a venue for this competition.
|10th year anniversary of Mary Our Help Technical Institute for Women (Cebu), Inc. as a premier technical educational institution catering to poor but deserving young women.
|The first commencement exercises for senior high school with twenty-four graduates from the STEM track and twenty-eight graduates from the ABM track.