The Hill College Continuing Education Department recently graduated five nurse aides students from the program.
The Hill College nursing programs have been ranked sixth in the state with a grade of 94.44 percent based on a study done by RNCareers.org.
The Hill College Fire Academy begins Aug. 24.
The mandatory orientation will be held Aug. 17 at the Johnson County Campus Wheat Nursing Building in Cleburne in room 501 from 2-5 p.m.
Eight Hill College students completed the Phlebotomy Technician coursework July 17. The students will now begin working on their clinical hours in local clinics and hospitals.
Burleson’s own Alex Philips was one of three Johnson County residents who were honored April 26 with a 2019 Pillar of Community award at the Hill College’s 13th annual Boots and Suits Gala.
Hill College and the Burleson ISD work well together as partners in education.
The Hill College nursing programs have been ranked ninth in the state in a study done by NursingDegrees.com.
Hill College hosted a Fire Academy graduation ceremony Dec. 3 at the Vara Martin Daniel Performing Arts Center on the Hill County campus to honor its 21 graduates.
Hill College hosted a “Best Practices in Dual Credit” meeting for service area ISD superintendents, principals and counselors Oct. 30 at the HILCO Civic and Event Center in Itasca.
Angela Trompler planned to attend a university on a softball scholarship, but it all changed with an injury.