History

The college was built in 1959 to serve the Catholic community in a wide catchment area covering the whole of North Leicestershire.  It was originally a five-form intake school but it has expanded to seven forms.  Additional building has taken place since the original building was opened to accommodate the increased number of students.

Back in 2009 we celebrated our 50th year, our College News Team were on hand to record the event.

 

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  • April 12, 2019 Our production of School of Rock is on in the first week back after Easter - tickets on sale from the finance office. Read more
  • April 10, 2019 Our year 10 geographers are on the first day of their field trip, busy conducting beach profiles on Swanage Beach and walking up to Old Harry Rock. Read more
  • April 8, 2019 Our participants have had an incredible time in the Peak District with thewayahead this week; working to improve their skills as a team while practising their navigation and campcraft in… Read more
  • April 8, 2019 We are now taking bookings for our Open Days where you will experience real lessons on a tour of the college and an insight into life at De Lisle. Read more
  • April 4, 2019 It's a misty start in the valley this morning but breakfast is being cooked in the hope that this cloud burns off the top of the hills before we all head up on Kinder Scout for the… Read more