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Texas Health School

Quality Education in Nursing and Healthcare

Texas Health School (THS) has been educating healthcare professionals in Houston since 2002. In 2019, we moved into a modernized facility, fit for our growing class offerings. THS is centrally located on Katy Freeway in the West Houston area, west of the Memorial City Mall, with an easy access to the world’s largest Texas Medical Center. We offer an unrivaled learning experience that prepares you for success in your chosen, specialized field of allied health.

THS is an institution dedicated to providing an optimum learning environment for the highest quality of healthcare education. We offer nursing skills labs, lecture rooms, a massage clinic classroom, and a computer lab to provide students with dynamic hands-on learning. Our courses are taught by healthcare professionals who are equipped to impart the knowledge you need for success in the medical field.

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Campus Director
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Director of Admissions
Vivian Bradley
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Dr. Vivian Bradley
Dean of Nursing

Mission Statement

Texas Health School strives to provide quality educational programs that prepare its graduates for employment and future advancement in their specialized field of allied health. Our programs emphasize hands-on learning, clinical training, and promoting the skills necessary for professional development.

Graduates of our allied health programs are proficient in all the skills necessary for gaining employment in their chosen specialty. They are also taught to develop professional traits that are essential for achieving long term employment opportunities.

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VN Program Mission Statement

Texas Health School’s Vocational Nursing Program exists to provide quality nursing education to its diverse student population. With an emphasis on practicing competent, safe, and responsible nursing care, our LVN program’s primary goal is the development of practical nurses who have a strong theoretical base, competent clinical skills, and sound clinical judgment.

The program emphasizes hands-on training necessary for skill competence, a structured decision-making model based on rationale for quality patient care, and self-evaluation in the promotion of professional development.

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LVN-to-ADN Program Mission Statement

The Mission of the proposed Texas Health School (THS) LVN-to-ADN Program builds upon the Mission of the THS Vocational Nursing Program currently in operation and is as follows:

The mission of the Texas Health School’s LVN-to-ADN Program is to provide quality education to a diverse student population necessary to contribute to the nursing profession through development of competent, safe, and empathetic novice RNs. The curriculum of the LVN-to-ADN Program will expand students’ competence as LVNs by emphasizing knowledge, skills, and aptitudes necessary to make appropriate clinical judgments consistent with the RN scope of practice in a variety of clinical settings. Graduates will be committed to life-long learning, using reflection and self-evaluation to continue their professional development.

A Welcoming Environment

Texas Health School believes that improving healthcare is vital for healthy and vibrant communities. We are proud to offer educational opportunities for any individual who is dedicated, hardworking, and has a desire to help others.

Since 2002, we have been home to a student body that has improved the healthcare landscape throughout Texas and the United States. The configuration of our student population reflects our continued focus on contributing to the healthcare for all communities.

THS 2021-22 Student Population
Ethnicity 2021 Texas Health School Student Population 2021 Texas Health School Vocational Nursing Population
Caucasian 12% 7%
African American 56% 71%
American Indian 0% 0%
Asian 5% 4%
Hispanic 22% 12%
Other 0% 0%
Total 100% 100%
Non Discrimination Policy

Non Discrimination Policy

We strongly and actively promote equal opportunity and fair treatment for admission and access to our programs and activities. As a premier educational institution committed to serving the needs of our community, we do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, ethnicity, age, gender, marital status, or physical handicap (except where such conditions constitute a bona fide occupation qualification necessary for proper and efficient administration).

Placement opportunities may be limited for those students who cannot perform the essential functions of a job. Students with disabilities are requested to submit written notice of their specific needs to the School President. The school will evaluate the request and attempt to provide reasonable accommodations.

Licensing & Certification in Allied Health

THS equips you with the training you need to become a licensed or certified healthcare professional. It is important to prepare for these assessments, as they determine the success of your career in the medical field. The NCLEX-PN and NCLEX-RN are rigorous examinations which every vocational nurse and associate degree nurse respectively, across the nation must take in order to work in any healthcare environment.

Our Nurse Aide and Medication Aide courses also train you to prepare for your certifications, whether they be for CNA or CMA. For more information, contact the Texas Department of Health and Human Services to determine the specific requirements needed for certification. In order to become licensed as a Massage Therapist in Texas, graduates must achieve a passing score in the Massage and Bodywork Licensing Examination (MBLEX) administered by the Federation of State Massage Therapy Boards (FSMTB). This is required by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation.

We take pride in the accreditations and certifications we have earned over the years and strive to uphold them to remain in good standing.

Texas Health School is accredited by The Council on Occupational Education, COE, a national accrediting agency recognized by the United States Department of Education.

Texas Health School Approvers and Regulators:

  • Texas Board of Nursing, for Vocational Nursing and LVN-to-ADN Programs
  • Texas Health and Human Services Commission, Nurse Aide Training Program
  • Texas Health and Human Services Commission, Medication Aide Training Program
  • Texas Workforce Commission, Career Schools and Colleges, Austin, Texas
  • Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board to grant associate degrees.
  • United States Department of Veterans Affairs
  • Texas Veterans Commission, Veterans Education

Texas Health School:

  • Is recognized by the United States Department of Education for participation in Federal Title IV Student Financial Assistance Programs (Federal Pell Grant, Federal Direct Student and Parent Loans)
  • Provides educational training services for the Workforce Solutions (TWC) (for select programs only)
  • Is approved for training of veterans and other eligible persons under the provisions of Title 38, United States Code for approved programs by the Texas Veterans Commission (for select programs)
  • Is an approved vendor of the Texas Workforce Solutions – Vocational Rehabilitation Services (TWS-VRS)

Our Massage Therapy Program is approved and regulated by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR), Massage Therapy Program

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