LSC-Montgomery News

  • LSC-Montgomery held its annual holiday benefit concert earlier this month, donating more than $1,600 in proceeds from the night’s heartfelt event to Interfaith of The Woodlands, a faith-based organization that brings people together to build a more loving and caring community through service.
  • While a career in land surveying and mapping technology may no longer be a viable profession to become President of the United States – as it once was with our Founding Fathers, recent technological changes such as drones, satellite imaging, and global positioning systems (GPS) have made this career choice an exciting – and challenging – one for students at LSC-Montgomery.
  • At first glance Erin Maes might appear to be a typical high school student, barreling down the hall to music class with her bulky tuba case dragging beside her. However, typical Maes is not. She is a whiz kid, a rising star in education, and one of many exceptional students reaping the benefits of the unique partnership between the cutting-edge iSchool High at Montgomery-The Woodlands, a tuition-free public charter school, and LSC-Montgomery.
  • LSC-Montgomery’s department of music is now a fully accredited member of the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM), an organization for post-secondary institutions offering degree and non-degree programs in music and music related disciplines.
  • With nearly 200 countries on Earth, an international education and multilingual competency is becoming an excessively valuable asset sought by employers everywhere. The modern languages program at LSC-Montgomery is fulfilling its commitment to provide students a world-class international education with multiple useful foreign languages.
  • Lone Star College is placing students on a fast track to a new career at little or no cost— thanks to the continuation of the Accelerate TEXAS Projects grant from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB), and last month a reception was held at Lone Star College-Conroe Center to celebrate the grant’s contributions and accomplishments.
  • Earn college credit in just a few weeks during Lone Star College-Montgomery’s winter mini-mester session, which begins December 15.
  • The LSC-Montgomery drama department’s fall production of “Speech and Debate,” directed by Tim Campbell, received the rare feat of a choice award in the Kennedy Center American College Texas State Theatre Festival (KCACTF) this October.
  • Flashover training is essential for firefighters, and no one knows that more than the instructors of the fire science technology program at LSC-Montgomery. After months of discussion about how beneficial it would be for the program to have a flashover chamber easily accessible for training purposes, it has become a reality.
  • To avoid the stampede of last-minute registration, all Lone Star College-Montgomery Mavericks are encouraged to register for the Spring 2015 semester during “Avoid the Stampede,” an on-campus, express registration event held November 17-18, and extending through December. Future students are also encouraged to apply for admission online as soon as possible to begin the enrollment process for the upcoming semester.
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