Articles tagged with "high school"
Jump into action as nurse, detective or welder at COM summer camps
High school students can investigate a crime scene, explore firefighting or learn about health care fields during hands-on career explorations camps this summer.
Swashbuckling workshop arms high school students for stage
Swords swooshed through the air and clanged as steel struck steel. “Save yourself!” a swashbuckler shouted to his partner.
Students become machinists, welders in COM camp
Putting out digital fires, creating machine parts and welding were all in a day’s work for students in the COM Industrial Trades Career Exploration Camp June 15-19.
DHS students graduate with diplomas and job offers
This year 21 Dickinson High School students graduate not only with diplomas but with in-demand job skills and, in some cases, job offers.
Your Future Starts Now: Live chat and registration drive
On May 15, College of the Mainland, in partnership with ABC-13 and eight other community colleges, is hosting a one-day community college registration drive and live chat.
COM Collegiate High School students in top 20 at Dickinson
With accomplishments from power lifting to helping the homeless, four College of the Mainland students were named in the top 20 at Dickinson High School, and each honored a “Seed Sower” teacher who impacted their life.
Jump into action as nurse, EMT or machinist at COM summer camps
This summer high school students can climb inside an ambulance, discover how to use a fire hose or operate a lathe during hands-on career explorations camps at College of the Mainland.
More than ever, COM dual credit springboard to college for Hitchcock students
As a junior at Hitchcock High School, Marcus Escobedo was already bounding between honors classes, power lifting practice (he earned 10th place at the state competition) and shifts with the Hitchcock Volunteer Fire Department. When Escobedo heard about dual credit classes, he thought it was too perfect of an opportunity to pass up.
Texas City seniors shadow jobs at COM with Junior Achievement
Neon lights flicker along the sleek row of computer servers in the heart of College of the Mainland as Texas City High School students gaze at the 17-foot-long information hub.
COM Collegiate High School meeting welcomes prospective students
At a meeting for prospective parents and students Feb. 11 at 6:30 p.m. in the Learning Resource Center Auditorium, attendees will discover how College of the Mainland Collegiate High School makes it possible to simultaneously earn a high school diploma and an associate degree.
Robots and "Wicked" prepare freshman to enroll and stay in college
With a rush of graduation celebrations, shopping for dorm décor and farewell fetes, incoming freshman ride a wave of hormones and well wishes into their first semester of college.
High school students graduate with CNA license
Taking each other’s blood pressure and shaving balloons lathered with cream may seem like fun, but for high school students in this class at College of the Mainland, it is part of their assessment.
Jump-start college with Collegiate High School
With college costs rising, high school students and parents are looking for ways to save on higher education.
Sowing seeds for education
Two outstanding Dickinson High School graduates designated College of the Mainland professors Dr. Bernie Smiley and Dr. Tracy Orr as “Seed Sower” teachers, educators who had made the greatest impact on their lives.