|The Cavite school of Fisheries was created under Republic Act No. 2661, sponsored by Cong. Justiniano Montano, the congressman for the lone district of Cavite, with initial appropriation of P 200,000.00, which was approved buy congress on June 18, 1960. Its implementation in 1961 seems to have a very slim chance due to financial constraints of the National Government. It was due to the efforts of Dr. Perdo G. Guiang, the Asst. Director of Public Schools, who made representation to the budget commission to revert some reserve funds of other fishery schools that an initial amount of P40, 000.00 was made available for Cavite School of Fisheries.
Plans and budgetary Proposals were prepared in July 1961. The item of one principal, three fishery Technologist and one clerk were created. The amount of P22, 000.00 was set aside for the construction of the school building and the balance for supplies, materials and equipment. Initial operation of the school begun in June 4, 1962, with an enrollment of one hundred and seventy five first year students under Secondary Fishery education Curriculum and with an additional appropriation of P100, 000.00 Classes were initially conducted in the old municipal building located right in the heart of the town of Naic. After a year, the school was transferred to its present site Bucana, a coastal Barangay of Naic.Cavite School of Fisheries was converted to college in 1970, offering two and a half-year Technical Education Curriculum with fifty students enrolled.
Since then, there was a continuous marked increased in enrollment, number of teaching and facilitative personnel, equipment and other instructional facilities in both Secondary and Technical fishery Education Curricula.At the start of school year 1974-75, the three year Fishery Education Curriculum leading to a diploma in Fishery Technology was offered, then on June 30, 1975, DECS approved the offering of the four-year Technological Curriculum leading to a Bachelor of Science in Fisheries (BSF).In SY 1992-93 additional short term courses were offered, namely; the two year Food and beverage Preparation Services and the six month Basic Seaman Training Course. In 1997-98 additional two courses were approved by CHED, namely: Associate in Hotel and Restaurant Management and Associate in food Technology, both laderized programs leading to Bachelors degree. The bachelor of Secondary education (BSE) with three major areas of specialization was approved in the same school year.
The year 2001 marks another milestone in the history of college when it was officially integrated to the Cavite State University (CvSU) System through RA #8292; by virtue of Board Resolution # 2 dated February 6, 2001. The integration of the college, present known as CvSU-Naic campus, marks a new beginning. It has a broaden its perspective to include Research, extension and production in addition to the lone instruction function the campus g\has been used to. Likewise new opportunities were opened for the campus to offer more courses, improve its faculty and staff, improve its facilities, develop and improve its RD and E endeavor in response to the growing demand of the society.