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  • Entertainment for Everyone in the Tomball Area!

    The Fine and Performing Arts department is piloting a special program designed to give interested students additional training in the area of musical theater; masterclasses, purposeful instruction, and unique performance experiences are hallmarks of this new initiative.  Called The Texas Institute of Musical Theater, the program will also assist serious students in their preparation for professional programs.

  • Santa is flying in from the North Pole for this very special evening!  The Lone Star College - Tomball Fine and Performing Arts department is celebrating the season with a spectacular Broadway-style musical revue titled, A Very Tomball Christmas:  Home for the Holidays.  Celebrate the holidays with performances the entire family will enjoy, December 5th through 7th, with the curtain going up at 7:00 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center located on the LSC-Tomball campus.

  •  Lone Star College – Tomball is proud to announce the inaugural Stars of Tomball Celebration honoring the community partnerships essential to the success of the college.  As an established and robust community college, LSC-Tomball serves the Tomball area in many important and essential ways and many of these efforts are due to the noteworthy support generously provided by local leaders, businesses and organizations.

  • The Power of Extraordinary Experiences

    The remarkable and extraordinary experiences of fifteen fascinating speakers highlight TEDxLSCTomball 2019.  The diverse lineup features inspiring authors, personalities, and LSC-Tomball alumni and current students—people who would not allow challenging personal obstacles to stand in their way.  Despite the problems thrown at them, each of these individuals discovered something that helped put them on a path of change and on a track to achieve their goals.

  • LSC-Tomball saw students from two of its extraordinary programs for high school students graduate with Associate degrees earned simultaneously with their high school diplomas.  The diplomas and degrees were conferred during Commencement ceremonies in May. Eight Royal Early College High School students were the first to complete the four-year program aimed at low income and under-represented students who may otherwise have difficulty attending college following their high school graduation.

  • It will be a Commencement unlike any before at Lone Star College-Tomball.  For the first time in the college’s history, 19 students will graduate with Associate degrees they completed while attending high school as part of the Early College program.  Six students in the LifePATH® program are the first to receive Life Skills Certifications.  Twenty students are the first to earn degrees in the Advanced Nursing Pathway program.    

  • Science and healthcare classes will never be the same at Lone Star College-Tomball.  The college, which continues to be at the forefront of educating a new generation of healthcare workers, is revolutionizing the way its students learn anatomy.  Now, when students enter the science lab, they experience, and interact with, a full size 3-D digital carbon copy of a complete human body.

  • Lone Star College-Tomball is pleased to announce one if its faculty has been honored with the Texas Veterinary Medical Association’s (TVMA) Licensed Veterinary Technician of the Year Award.  David Sessum, LVT, received the award at the TVMA Annual Conference & Expo. The award is given to the licensed veterinary technician who has displayed outstanding professional performance as a technician.  Nominations are made by TVMA members and the winner is selected by the TVMA Awards Committee. 

  • Dr. Scott Stallman, Vice President of Instruction at Lone Star College Tomball has been selected by the Aspen Institute’s College Excellence Program to join the 2019-2020 class of the Aspen Presidential Fellowship for Community College Excellence, a leadership program aimed at preparing the next generation of community college presidents to transform institutions to achieve higher and more equitable levels of student success, both in college and in the labor market.

  • It’s never too early to start thinking about attending college.  Especially for students who may be the first in their families to even consider it.  Daniela Cortez-Guerra knows better than most what it’s like to be the first, and now she’s leading an effort that explains, explores and demystifies preparing for, and going to, college.

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