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Classes Cancelled

All classes are cancelled beginning at 3:00 pm today. Normal schedule will resume on Saturday.  

LSC-Kingwood News

  • Lone Star College-Kingwood invites all retired, semi-retired, and working senior citizens to join the Academy for Lifelong Learning (ALL). The program offers a multitude of free and low-cost classes and events for people who want to make new friends, learn a new hobby, or share their expertise. ALL is a membership community adults age 50 and older.

  • Community invited to December events at LSC-Kingwood

  • With the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, Lone Star College-Kingwood has the perfect stress reliever: two winter concerts. The college’s Concert Choir will perform on campus Thursday, Dec. 6 at 7:30 p.m. in the Music Recital Hall. The 32-voice choir will present sacred and secular holiday songs, solos, and traditional carols. Dr. Robert Hunt, music faculty, will accompany on piano.

  • Rock ‘n’ Roll and other music lovers are sure to go down memory lane when Lone Star College-Kingwood pays homage to the Beatles. The college’s Writers, Speakers, and Ideas Series invite the public to celebrate the golden anniversary of the Beatles “White Album” with a special one-man show. “They Say It’s Your Birthday: Fifty Years of the Beatles’ White Album” performance will take place on Nov. 27 at 6:30 p.m. in the college’s Music Recital Hall.

  • LSC-Kingwood invites the community to November events

  • In time for spring 2019 classes, Lone Star College-Kingwood will fully reopen five of the six buildings damaged by Hurricane Harvey. The first floor of the Library will reopen in late spring. Current and potential students can register for spring 2019 classes at the main campus, LSC-Atascocita Center, and LSC-Process Technology Center starting Nov. 14. Spring semester begins Jan. 14 and the registration period will continue through the first day of class.

  • As baby boomers retire from various industries, generation X and millennials are set to take the reins. In preparation for their entry into the workforce, high school students are looking into viable career options. At Lone Star College-Kingwood, high school dual credit students from Humble ISD are pursuing an education in the process technology program. “These students are balancing their high school work and taking college classes that will prepare them to become successful process operators.

  • World War I, dubbed “The Great War,” was an international war fought 1914-1918 that involved many European nations, including Russia, as well as the United States, the Middle East, and other regions. To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the ending of the war, and to honor all veterans, the Kingwood Chorale along with guest artists will perform a special patriotic concert.

  • Christmas came a little early for Lone Star College-Kingwood students who are training for a career in music. Evok (Eclectic Voices of Kingwood) will once again sing backup for Josh Groban at his Bridges Tour concert featuring Idina Menzel. The group will perform on Oct. 23 at the Toyota Center. Evok is the chamber choir at LSC-Kingwood.

  • The mental health and guns discussion is a hot topic that many people debate on a daily basis, especially after a tragedy. To shed light on this divisive subject, Dr. Arash Javanbakht will present “Mental Illness and Guns: What You May Not Know about the Complexities” on Nov. 29 at 6 p.m. The discussion will take place in the Student Conference Center (SCC) at Lone Star College-Kingwood. Dr. Javanbakht is the director of Stress, Trauma, and Anxiety Research Clinic at Wayne State University.

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