- May 25, 2017
Nineteen high school seniors are on their way to becoming certified Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT) thanks to a new dual credit program at Lone Star College-Montgomery. Once they pass the National Registry of EMT exam these students will be able to work on an ambulance or in an emergency room and many other places in our community, state, even nationwide.
- May 23, 2017
Lone Star College-Montgomery graduation was twice as nice for three area families. Devyn Fitzpatrick & Haley Fitzpatrick; Christopher Frantz & Jason Frantz; and Ariole Jones & Ashley Jones, all twins, celebrated their associates degrees with almost 1,400 other graduates May 12.
- May 19, 2017
Lone Star College-Montgomery and Brighton Academy have joined forces to offer on-campus childcare services beginning this fall.
- May 18, 2017
Norman Eugene Hartley Jr. or “J.R.” puts ability in ‘dis’ability. The 44 year old received his Human Services Certificate at Lone Star College-Montgomery’s commencement ceremony May 12.
- May 16, 2017
Lone Star College-Montgomery conferred certificates of completion to more than 100 GED students on May 16. Attendees heard from Alexey Sanchez, a 2017 graduate who promised her friend Kyle Destry Clement they would tackle the test together.
- May 12, 2017Lone Star College-Montgomery student overcomes obstacles as ward of the state to receive college degree
Stephanie “Roxy” Wood grew up in foster care as a ward of the state. She navigated her way through Lone Star College-Montgomery and Sam Houston State University; she will graduate with her Bachelor’s of Science in Criminal Justice this summer and is looking for help to pay for her class ring.
- May 12, 2017
Lone Star College-Montgomery is spotlighting Ramsdell for completing nursing school and staying in the community serving the sick at Memorial Hermann The Woodlands.
- May 12, 2017
Graduates at the ceremony will hear from Michelle Riley-Brown, President Texas Children’s Hospital The Woodlands and Cynthia Alvarez, a class of 2017 graduate.
- April 27, 2017
Lone Star College-Montgomery cuts the summer camp costs, but ups the fun! It is time to start thinking about keeping your kids busy this summer. Enrolling them in camps can be time consuming and costly, but it does not have to be! LSC-Montgomery can help. Send your kids and teens to college, Discovery College, that is!
- April 25, 2017
When Kaitlyn McKinney walks across the stage at LSC-Montgomery commencement on Friday, May 12 she will be receiving her associates of arts before her high school diploma. She is part of the first graduating class that has gone exclusively to iSchool High, a public charter school located on the LSC-Montgomery campus. McKinney will already have 61 transferable college credits from LSC-Montgomery under her belt when she enters Sam Houston State University this fall.