online beauty school

What to Expect from Online Beauty School?

Have you been asking yourself asking questions like “What can I do to make my job more secure?” or “Should I switch career paths?” As you find yourself spending more time at home, take the opportunity to invest in your future by finding a career you love. To help you, we’re temporarily taking our curriculum online!

We can hear the questions already. “Wait, I can go to beauty school online?” Yes, you can! Keep reading to learn about this opportunity and how it can help you jumpstart your career from home right now.

How Is It Structured?

All of our programs are now available online—including cosmetology, esthetics, nail technology, and student instructor. Our experienced instructors will facilitate their classes with the same level of professionalism as they would in a physical classroom. Classes will go from 9AM to 3PM, and student schedules will be structured out in the same way it would be if they were on campus.

What Will the Curriculum Be Like?

Our online curriculum includes instructional videos, reviews, and testing. Some practical work, such as hands-on experience, will be expected. This includes student-filmed videos and pictures of their work with manikins. Our instructors are striving to be as attentive with their students and detail-oriented with their teaching as they would back in the classroom. After all, the goal is to get students ready to study at our campus and put their learning to good use at our student Vogue salon once restrictions are lifted.

How Much Curriculum Will Be Available Online?

We have one campus in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and four campuses in Texas: Ingram-San Antonio, Fredericksburg-San Antonio, McAllen, and Lubbock. When it comes to beauty schools, regulations regarding COVID-19 differ from state to state. In New Mexico, for example, only 25 percent of the curriculum can be taught online. However, up to 50 percent is allowed in Texas.

New to Online Learning? Check Out These 5 Tips!

  1. Set up a learning station where you can concentrate.
  2. Find appropriate opportunities to practice the material on those you live with.
  3. Actively communicate with your instructor any questions or ideas you may have.
  4. Create or join study teams with fellow classmates.
  5. Limit your social media use during class time.

Any Questions?

If you have any questions, please know that our staff are more than happy to answer them. Simply call the Texas or New Mexico campus near you, and we’ll help you get started on your beauty school journey.

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