LPN/LVN Dallas and Fort Worth Texas: the best LPN/LVN programs in the area?

  1. Hello Guys,

    Can you please tell who have the best LPN/LVN programs in the area? I am looking for a part- time program, because I need to work in the daytime or even a weekend program.

    Thanks In Advance!!
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  2. 11 Comments

  3. by   rdop5388
    Kiamich Vo-Tech in Durant, Okla. Depending on where you live in the Dallas area. It is just about 15 minutes across the Texas Okla border. It is called the best kept secret in Durant, Okla. I am in the full time program and it is amazing. The part time program will start up again around Aug. Good luck.
  4. by   txspadequeenRN
    there are several lvn schools here in north texas

    weatherford college

    dallas comminty college

    hill college- cleburne, glen rose and hillsboro

    navarro college

    concorde in arlington- they have classes starting soon of you wanted to start right away

    i know there are more but i seem to be having a brain freeze....lol
    i'm sure the commuter will be here with a complete list after she wakes up this morning....










    Quote from fox
    hello guys,

    can you please tell who have the best lpn/lvn programs in the area? i am looking for a part- time program, because i need to work in the daytime or even a weekend program.

    thanks in advance!!
    Last edit by txspadequeenRN on Oct 27, '10
  5. by   GeauxNursing
    I'm at DNI, Dallas Nursing Institute. We go Tues, Thurs 530-1030PM and Sat 7A-8P. They ahve day programs (M-F that start every 8 weeks or so. Located on Abrams Rd right off 635 (near Greenville)
  6. by   Tulip23
    Concorde has an evening part time program Mon/Wed or Tues/Thurs 6p-10p with sat and sun 8A-9p
  7. by   trying2makeit
    Quote from Fox
    Hello Guys,

    Can you please tell who have the best LPN/LVN programs in the area? I am looking for a part- time program, because I need to work in the daytime or even a weekend program.

    Thanks In Advance!!
    I am enrolled in the Grayson County College's LVN program. I think it is one of the best in North/East Texas area.
  8. by   1soon2brn
    Are you enjoying DNI so far? Should I be attending another school, or is it worth it? Will you be able to transition afterwards into the adn if you wanted?
  9. by   GeauxNursing
    Quote from qtsundy
    Are you enjoying DNI so far? Should I be attending another school, or is it worth it? Will you be able to transition afterwards into the adn if you wanted?
    it fits for me. i like it alot. i can transition into nurse duties at my dialysis clinic once I graduate. and then I'll go on to Rn, not sure where, though. none of DNI classes transfer. anywhere.
  10. by   1soon2brn
    I'm glad to hear you're enjoying it. hopefully i'll get the same satisfaction. good luck
  11. by   n023
    are you doing your RN program now at DNI, I am interested in applying since I have my associates in science already and have lots of pre-reqs done. What else do I need.

    Thanks,

    lopez9128@yahoo.com
  12. by   TheCommuter
    Quote from n023
    are you doing your RN program now at DNI, I am interested in applying since I have my associates in science already and have lots of pre-reqs done. What else do I need.

    Thanks,

    lopez9128@yahoo.com
    Call the admissions representatives at DNI. They'll surely be able to tell you what you need.
  13. by   pomegranate
    Quote from TheCommuter
    Call the admissions representatives at DNI. They'll surely be able to tell you what you need.
    Definitely, especially since the staff is more interested in enrolling new people than actually paying attention to their students

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