Members of the Hill College 1947-48 state championship football team (and some from 1946) held their annual reunion Friday at the college, sharing stories and renewing long-time friendships.
Burleson is 90 students closer to its ultimate objective of providing every high school graduate from Burleson with an opportunity to attend college. That summarizes the exciting message Mayor Ken Shetter brought to Burleson leaders Thursday.
Hill College is offering second 8-week classes for those wanting to start their college career in October. Current and new students have an opportunity to pick up classes starting October 20, when the second 8-week classes of the fall semester begin.
The Hill College Jazz Band and Choir performed at the State Fair of Texas on Tuesday. This was the 40th year that the Hill College music groups have performed at the Fair. Pictured with music students are music faculty members Steve Hart, Phillip Lowe, Shirley Erickson and Larry McCord.
John Versluis, dean of the Texas Heritage Museum, takes special pride in his latest exhibit. It was the topic of his college thesis, and an area of great interest for this historian.
Kicking off on September 22, the 21st season of the Performing Arts Series at Hill College will feature acrobats, a vocal ensemble from Estonia, a bell choir, Irish folk music and one of the premier jazz ensembles in the United States.
The Texas Heritage Museum is honoring the museum’s 50 years of extraordinary vision in developing its mission, “to explore Texas and Texans during wartime and how those experiences affect us today”.
NOTICE OF REGULAR MEETING BOARD OF REGENTS OF THE HILL COLLEGE DISTRICT, HILLSBORO, TEXAS September 12, 2014
Hill College and the City of Burleson have entered into a training agreement that will bring more workforce-related training to city employees and residents of Burleson.
09.10.14The Hill College Lady Rebels Basketball team will host a free basketball clinic for boys and girls in grades 2 through 6.