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Lamar Consolidated ISD
Lamar Consolidated ISD provides public education to over 43 percent of Fort Bend County and enrolls more than 27,000 students each year. Lamar CISD has designed its schools for smaller enrollment, with high schools having less than 2,00 students enrolled, in order to provide students with more opportunities for leadership and participate in campus activities. Lamar CISD is proud to be an HEB Excellence in Education Large District winner, home to National Principals of the Year, Gates Millennium Scholars, Rodeo Art Grand Champions, and State Athletic Champions.
In 2017, Lamar Conslidated ISD was awarded the highest possible academic rating (Met Standard) by the Texas Education Agency. For the complete Texas Education Agency report card on Lamar Consolidated ISD, please click here.
Texas State Technical College - Fort Bend County Campus
Texas State Technical College recently completed Phase I of its 80 acre campus in Fall 2016. The initial phase consisted of a 126,000 SF education facility offering state of the art lab space and classrooms. Phase II will include an additional 50,000 SF educational building.
Current course offerings include training in:
Wharton County Junior College - Richmond Campus
Wharton County Junior College has a long history of providing high quality post-secondary education and workforce training in Fort Bend County starting in 1983.
Customized workforce training is available and is tailored to the needs of the employer. Training options are offered in the following areas:
Training grants are offered through the Continuing Education Department in partnership with the Texas Workforce Commission. Training opportunities exist for large, medium, and small businesses.
For more information on corporate training opportunities, click here.
Houston Community College - Advanced Manufacturing Center of Excellence
Houston Community College's Advanced Manufacturing Center of Excellence focuses on providing training in high growth and high demand occupations such as machining, additive manufacturing, robotics, CNC operations, and advanced manufacturing.
The Houston metropolitan area is one of America's largest manufacturing bases with over 250,000 skilled workers involved in the production of plastics, metals, valves, medical devices, and numerous other products.
Houston Community College maintains existing partnerships with the Manufacturing Skills Standard Council and the National Institute of Metalworking Skills to provide incumbent worker training and specialized workforce training to local employers.
University of Houston - Sugar Land Campus
The University of Houston's Sugar Land Campus, located just a short drive from Richmond, is a Tier 1 University Institute. The 270 acre campus offers undergraduate, graduate, and professional certification opportunities.
Undergraduate degree programs include:
Graduate programs include:
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