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  • Once again, the Visual Communication Program in the Lone Star College System has proven to be a leader in the state.

    In 2008, the program received state recognition from the Texas Skill Standards Board (TSSB), becoming the first in the state to do so. The LSC-Kingwood Visual Communication Program's AAS degree graphic design track was recognized for integrating Digital Media Skill Standards into the curriculum, developed by the National Workforce Center for Emerging Technologies to define the level of knowledge and skills employers can expect from program graduates entering the workforce.


  • Understanding new changes to deductions, claims, dependents and tax laws can make filing taxes worrisome for some people this time of year. Through Lone Star College-Kingwood’s Academy for Lifelong Learning (ALL), the AARP Tax-Aide Program will help individuals prepare and electronically file their federal income tax returns at two locations beginning in February.


  • Kingwood College is a community college serving the Montgomery, Libery, and Northeast Harris counties.   In addition to the standard two-year degress, the college offers a number of specializing training programs including teaching, nursing, dental hygiene, respiratory care, occupational therapy and computing programs.


  • The need for teachers in Texas and across the nation is predicted to rise for the foreseeable future and that makes teaching a wise career choice. At Lone Star College-Kingwood students who want to pursue a career in teaching have several educational paths available to them.  


  • Kingwood Texas:  The Kingwood Community Symphonic Band is recruiting new members for the spring 2007 semester. Musicians on all instruments are welcome, but the band has a particular need for percussionists, clarinetists, and saxophones this semester. 


  • Many Americans have a rich and diverse heritage with ancestors hailing from various parts of the world.  As waves of immigrants moved to the United States and Canada, they brought the music of their culture with them – ranging from folk songs to sacred and patriotic music.


  • The Kingwood College Corporate Services professional team works closely with business and industry in Harris, Montgomery and Liberty Counties with one goal in mind — to help improve business performance. They have a commitment of people and resources to add value to businesses. Their innovative services enable customers to anticipate and shape the future. These services can be conducted at your site, on your schedule, and specialized to meet your needs.


  • Getting a jump on university engineering programs is one of many topics that will be discussed at Lone Star College-Kingwood’s Engineering Information Session.  The free seminar will be held on Tuesday, April 28 from 5:30-7 p.m. in the college’s Performing Arts Center room 125.


  • Lone Star College-Kingwood’s Fine Arts Gallery is now accepting entries for the annual Juried Student Art Show July 20 – Aug. 26. The show is sponsored by the Durdin family, owners of Parkway Family Mazda and Kia.


  • Humble ISD’s Elementary Art Department’s vision started the Fine Arts Festival thirteen years ago. With the fast growth of the event, the school district entered into a partnership with LSC-Kingwood eleven years ago.


  • Black History Month is a time to learn, celebrate, and highlight achievements and events that are rooted in the African American culture.


  • HOUSTON  –An exhibit of sculptural works by Kathy Kelley will be showcased at Lone Star College-Kingwood on Oct. 15 through Nov. 13 in the Student and Fine Arts Building Art Gallery.


  • The Lone Star College-Kingwood Fine Arts Gallery will be showcasing a video installation and still photography exhibit by Pablo Gimenez Zapiola, Jan. 28 through March 18, which incorporates poetry, graphics, digitally mixed images and local environments.


  • One of the biggest Broadway successes of all time will be coming to the stage this month when the LSC-Kingwood drama department performs Godspell, the award-winning musical based on the gospel of Matthew.

    “This is my fourth experience with the show,” says Artistic Director Eric C. Skiles. “Godspell is one of those perennial favorites for the audience and the cast. We have an amazing group of 23 actors in this production – their sound and energy are amazing. This is the perfect show for the beginning of the holiday season; it reminds us to give thanks and rejoice! Come join us!”


  • Lone Star College-Kingwood’s drama students did not have to go very far to collect their awards at the annual Texas Community College Speech and Theatre Association (TCCSTA) Play Festival.


  • Students from other nations will share their native culture, foods, dance and arts with others in a week-long celebration when Lone Star College-Kingwood honors International Education Week, Nov. 16-20. 


  • Based on a recent survey of Lone Star College-Kingwood students, faculty, and employees and in light of new information about the increasing health risks of secondhand smoke, administrators have approved a new smoking ban policy to be implemented on campus. Effective January 1, 2010, smoking will only be allowed in three designated smoking shelters, located by the parking lots where others will not have to be exposed to second-hand smoke. 


  • HOUSTON – Healthcare practitioners and students are invited to join the Lone Star College-Kingwood Respiratory Care Department for a one-day continuing education seminar on campus, Tuesday, Oct. 20, from 7:30 a.m. to – 4 p.m. in the Student and Fine Arts Center, room 125. Topics of discussion include: Mechanical Ventilation for the Morbidly Obese, Congenital Cardiac Anomalies and Ventilation, Isoflurane with Status Asthmatics, Swine Flu, Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia (VAP), and Pulmonary Hypertension.


  • Area residents are encouraged to lace up their walking shoes and get ready to walk for a good cause when LSC-Kingwood hosts the American Heart Association Heart Walk and Heart Fest on Saturday, Nov. 14, 8 a.m. to noon at the Student and Fine Arts Building Outdoor Commons area on campus.  

    Help raise money and awareness about heart disease and stroke by participating in the 5K Heart Walk. On-site registration for those who do not register in advance will begin at 8 a.m. and the walk   will begin at 9 a.m. The 5K or 3.1-mile course begins on the campus, travels down Kingwood Place to Northpark Drive and then returns to campus. Most walkers should complete the course in 30 to 45 minutes. Participants are encouraged to bring their cheering squad to give them support as they cross the finish line. 


  • Mental health is an issue that directly or indirectly affects people from all walks of life. To draw attention to this important issue, Lone Star College-Kingwood hosted a mental health series month in April which is open to the community, faculty, staff, and students.