General Requirements

      • Regular attendance is necessary to successfully complete the program and obtain a passing grade. Students are required to complete 1250 hours by the State Board.

     

      • In addition to parents/guardians calling in to report their child absent, Cosmetology students are required to call off in the classroom. Students will call 610-489-7272 x211 for Level II and x105 for Level I.This requirement is in place to prepare students for future employment. Students who follow this procedure will receive 20 points for reliability/dependability.If not, the student will receive a ‘0’ for the daily grade. 

     

      • All work missed due to an absence must be completed within the week. It is the student’s responsibility to check with the teacher for work. If an absence is unexcused, the grade for work will remain ‘0.’

     

      • A student who does not pass the quarter or the year may not receive hours for that time.

     

      • Hair, make-up, and nails must be done in a professional manner.Students are not required to wear make-up or nail polish, but if worn, must look professional.

     

      • Cosmetology is a course in which students learn to serve the public. Students are not permitted to work on themselves at any time. Failure to comply will affect the student grade.

     

      • Students are not permitted to refuse a clinical client. If a student should do so, he/she will receive a ‘0’ for the day. The student may also lose Cosmetology hours.

     

      • A professional salon requires a professional atmosphere. No gossiping, loud conversations, or PROFANE language will be tolerated. Cell phones are NOT permitted unless designated by the instructor.

     

      • Stealing is a criminal offense, and if caught, the student will be prosecuted. ALL STUDENTS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR PERSONAL BELONGINGS. A LOCKER IS PROVIDED FOR PURSES, ETC.; PLEASE USE IT.

     

      • Students will not be permitted to participate in class until the signature sheet, health forms and emergency forms are completed, signed and returned to school. This policy is intended for the safety of the student. 

     

      • At the completion of 900 hours, students are expected to apply for licensure. Please be aware that there is a fee to do so, and students are responsible for that fee. Currently, the fees total $103.00; however, these fees can change yearly. 

     

      • A student who takes and passes the written State Board exam at 900 hours will automatically be submitted for licensure at the completion of 1250 hours.

     

      • Students are expected to participate in the NOCTI exam at the end of their senior year.