ABOUT OUR SCHOOL
Lexington Beauty College has been in continuous operation for over thirty years in Lexington. In 2000, Halloran Enterprises, Inc purchased the school. The school is licensed by the state of Kentucky for 65students, and is accredited by the Commission of the Council on Occupational Education, which is recognized by the Department of Education as the National Accrediting Agency for Cosmetology Schools.
Lexington Beauty College is located behind a major shopping center served by major access roads. The school is blessed with a stable clientele from a middle class city of over 260,000. It is designed to serve all types of clients including handicapped. However, it is not designed to serve handicapped students. Our school is well stocked with a variety of products that enable our students to become familiar with the major products of the industry. It is also equipped with modern training aids such as overhead projectors, VCR equipment, and two computers for the students to access. LBC accesses 5,000 square feet of space including — 40tations, 11 Hair sinks, one nail classroom, one freshman classroom, three offices, one break area, two supply rooms, one laundry area, two restrooms, and a front desk and lobby. LBC HAS one Marcel stove, 6 flat OR CRIMP irons, 75 wigs for styling, A Library containing 257 VCR Tapes, 99 sets of Pivot Point on tapes, 235 books relating to the course.
The mission of Lexington Beauty College is to educate students in the art of Cosmetology and encourage the development of creative hair design, nail techniques, and skin care. Graduates will be knowledgeable in the methodology and have practical skills necessary to sit before the Kentucky State Board of Cosmetology for licensing. LBC is dedicated to improving standards of our profession through education.
All prospective students must attend a tour of the school, and have a personal interview with the Admission Director. All Cosmetology and Esthetics students must take the Vocational Entrance Exam with the Freshman Director and pass with a 65% or higher to qualify for enrollment.
Students are required to have a high school diploma, a recognized equivalent (GED) or have completed the tenth grade, and provide transcripts to qualify.
Ability to Benefit: Students without a High School Diploma or Equivalency must take the Compass Examination administered by the Central Kentucky Technical Institute, and pass with scores accepted by this State Vocational School. See the director for directions to this examination.
All prospective students must demonstrate knowledge of the cosmetology industry. In the event a prospective student does not have sufficient awareness of the industry, it is the duty and responsibility of the admission representative to counsel the prospective student about the overall requirements necessary to be successful in the industry prior to acceptance
Students must be of good moral character, free of contagious or infectious conditions and physically able to accomplish the manual portions of the industry requirements. Students with a felony conviction must notify the State Board of Cosmetology before applying, and are ineligible for Title IV funds. Please attend a tour of the facility to acquire schedules available for full and part time.
Lexington Beauty College will make all efforts to accommodate special needs, as long as the student has a bonafide letter from a physician stating the limitations the student has, and the professional opinion of the physician that the student is appropriate for such a profession. The student must be physically able to perform the work required by the school to sit before the State Board Examination.
Contract Hours Maximum Time Minimum Attendance
Per Contract Months Per Month*
1800 Hour Cosmetology Course:
40 hours per week 12.0 Months 150 hours
30 hours per week 15.5 Months 108 hours
25 hours per week 18.0 Months 88 hours
600 Hour Nail Technology Course:
40 hours per week 4.5 Months 150 hours
30 hours per week 6.0 Months 108 hours
25 hours per week 6.5 Months 88 hours
1000 Hour Aesthetics Course:
40 hours per week 26 weeks 150 hours
26 Hours per week 9 months 88 hours
* Students who accumulate the minimum monthly attendance will meet the 88% cumulative attendance. However all evaluations will be based on the cumulative attendance from the beginning. A full time student is defined as anyone attending 30 or more hours a week.
* Provides that for a student to be considered making satisfactory progress as of the midpoint of the course, the student must meet both the attendance and academic progress requirements on at least one evaluation by the midpoint of the course.
* Satisfactory progress has nothing to do with being OVER CONTRACT. All over contract fees are the responsibility of the student to pay before graduation.
Each student that enrolls in the School signs an agreement to attend school for a specific amount of hours each week. However the School understands that at times other things may take precedence and is willing to make allowances for these absences. Ten absences per year are written into the students contract, however this does not include the students Friday or Saturday. In the event a student misses the last day of their contracted week, they will pay a fine of $4.16 for each hour missed before returning to school. Students are subject to a double fine the day before and after a holiday, when absent.
When a student arrives at school they are provided with a computerized time card, which records the proper time. Students are totally responsible for clocking themselves in and out. Those students failing to use the time clock will not have hours corrected, and are subject to losing that portion of time. Students attending over 4 hours per day are allotted a thirty minute break somewhere in the middle of the day, designated by the Director, which they will clock out for. When a student leaves the school she will also clock out. This record of time attended will be rounded to the nearest quarter hour and reported to the Board. Hours are not changed with out the written authority of the Board.
Students arriving later than five minutes after Theory Class or 9:00 AM will not be permitted to clock in until 10:00 that day. More than five late arrivals in a month constitute probation.
The School will permit a Student one (1) leave of absence for a period not to exceed sixty days during enrollment. This absence must be requested in writing prior to the absence being excused unless there are extenuating circumstances such as auto accidents. These circumstances will be judged individually.
Other absences that may be excused by the School must be verifiable special circumstances such as but not limited to: 1) Medical problems 2) Severe weather conditions that prevent safe travel. The school director, under special circumstances that will be documented and placed in the students file, may consider other absences excused on individual basis.
Each student will be monitored at the end of each month to determine if the student is within the maximum time frames. Students must attend an accumulative 88% of the scheduled hours to maintain satisfactory attendance.
Each student will be evaluated for Satisfactory Progress at 300-450-900 and 1350 hours. All practical, written exams and cumulative % of attendance will be evaluated at this time. Students meeting the minimum requirements at evaluation will be considered making Satisfactory Progress until the next evaluation.
Each student will be monitored at the end of each month to determine if the student is completing the theory, practical (practical and clinical are synonymous) and other school assigned projects. The factors to be evaluated in each course are as established by the BOARD. These requirements are listed in the catalog. Students may be warned if their work begins slipping.
At the end of the freshman term “300 hours” each student will be administered a comprehensive practical and theory exam that will cover all parts of the material taught in the freshman department.
The grading scale which is to be used for theory, practical and sanitation is outlined below:
A – 95-100
B – 90-95
C – 86-89
At the end of the grading period all grades for the student will be averaged together to determine the overall academic grade. Progress reports are monitored monthly.
FAILING: Anything below 80%
A student will be considered to be making satisfactory progress as long as all grades are 80% or above and the minimum number of hours and theory work for the period are completed within the maximum time frame required. Students must meet 88% accumulative attendance and academic minimum standards during each grading period to remain in satisfactory progress.
A student who does not meet the minimum requirements during a grading period will be placed on probation and re-evaluated at the next scheduled evaluation. The student is still considered to be making satisfactory progress until failing to meet the minimum standards for two consecutive grading periods. A student must meet or exceed the minimum standards for one full grading period in order to be removed from the probation status or to achieve satisfactory progress status. A student who does not achieve satisfactory progress for two consecutive grading periods is no longer eligible for Title IV assistance A student who does not achieve academic progress for two consecutive grading periods will be terminated from the program.
A student whose training is interrupted due to unsatisfactory progress who wishes to re-enter, may after 30 days receive individual counseling from the School Manager after which a decision will be made regarding the student’s re-entry to school.
To re-establish eligibility for federal funds after the student re-enters the student will be monitored after 30 days to determine if they are making satisfactory progress (80% grade average and 88% cumulative percentage of attendance). Financial Aid will be re-instated when the student meets these minimums.
Re-Establish Eligibility: A student whose financial aid is terminated due to unsatisfactory progress who wishes to re-establish eligibility for financial aid must complete 88% cumulative percentage of attendance and a 80% grade average for that month. At this time, the student will be evaluated to determine if they are making satisfactory progress. Students making satisfactory progress will be re-instated with financial aid.
Course incomplete, repetitions, and non-credit remedial courses will have no effect on these satisfactory progress standards.
A student who interrupts training for less than 60 consecutive days will remain in the same progress status upon return to school. When a student who withdraws from the course and returns to school after 60 days from interruption, the student will be given credit for all previous hours, successful achievements, and will remain in the same progress status upon return to school.
In the event a student fails to make satisfactory progress the student and has mitigating circumstances that the student feels affected their progress, is allowed to make an appeal to a board of at least two staff members and one member of the Advisory Board. The appeal must be in writing and received by the school (attention: Ann Halloran) 7 working days from the receipt of the probation notice. The school will respond 7 days after the appeal hearing telling if the appeal is granted or denied.
Each student who is absent from school will eventually miss some work that must be accomplished in order to graduate. All lessons and examinations are taught on a schedule. Therefore it is necessary to schedule periods of time during which a student can make up the necessary work.
All make-up work will be done in the next WEEK. Instructors prior to must approve all work and after the make-up work is accomplished.
Graduation requirements are as follow: 1) All hours must be completed in accordance with the State Boards requirements. 2) All tests must be completed with a 80% grade point average. 3) The student must comply with all published Rules and Regulations of the school. 4) The student must pay all required tuition and fees. 5) Student will then qualify to take a written and practical final examination.
At such time as any student meets all the above requirements for graduation, LEXINGTON BEAUTY COLLEGE will confer upon the student a diploma attesting to the student’s completion of the course.
After graduating from Lexington Beauty College the licensing requirements are as follows:
1) Have graduated from a licensed school of cosmetology. 2) Be at least 16 years of age. 3) Have at least 2 years of high school or its equivalent. 4) Be of good moral character and temperament. 5) Paid a fee of $12.00. 6) And passes an examination prescribed by the Board.
Nail Technology Course:1). Have graduated from a licensed school of cosmetology. 2) Be at least
16 years of age. 3) Have at least 2 years of high school or its equivalent. 4) Be of good moral character and temperament. 5) Paid a fee of $10.00. 6) And passes an examination prescribed by the Board.
To maintain your license you must renew by July 31 of each year. No notice is sent out as a reminder. The board is closed July and August. You must also receive 6 hours of continuing education per year starting July of 1996.
LEXINGTON BEAUTY COLLEGE no longer offers scholarships.
All students are required to wear a clean designated lab coat and nametag at all times. Clean, solid black pants and solid black or white shirts are required. Knee length skirts or dresses are permitted with hose. Clean black or white shoes are permitted. No open toe or high heels are permitted. Your shirt must be able to be tucked in, or your smock must be buttoned up. No hats, caps, bandannas, headbands or gaudy jewelry is permitted. No denim.
All uniforms and shoes will be kept clean and neat at all times in order that we may present a more professional appearance. Hair should be kept clean and well groomed at all times. Make-up on females is always expected upon clocking in. Deodorant for body odors is essential. (Chewing Gum and Cell phones are not a part of uniform at LBC).
Students transferring in will be allowed credit for previous training if approved by the STATE BOARD. Training must meet all standards by the KENTUCKY STATE BOARD OF HAIRDRESSERS before being added to the student’s record of hours.
All incoming students will be given a written and practical examination to determine the level of competence. Students are subject to transfer hour prices on contract.
Students wishing to transfer from one program within LBCs campus must obtain permission from the Director. All balances due from the prior course must be resolved prior to beginning a new program. Additional kit items may be required to be purchased upon admission into the new program.
Students that transfer from The School will have their permit cards and record of hours sent to the STATE BOARD.
With perfect attendance, our full time students may complete all graduation requirements of our 1800 hour course in just a little over ten months. At the completion of 1800 hours of training, those full and part time students who have completed all other school requirements are given a diploma and become certified to be examined by the State Board for a license to practice. After passing the basic license test a person will usually start working for minimum wage. After becoming established many people make over $500 to $800 per week. It is also possible to move on to other areas such as teacher, sales representative, salon manager/ owner school manager/director or owner. Some people may even choose to manufacture their own line of products.
For the convenience of our students we offer both part time and full time courses during the day and evening. The school schedule is as follows: FULL TIME; is considered 30 hours or more per week. PART TIME; is considered less than 26 hours per week, not to fall below 22 hours per week.
COSMETOLOGY KIT REQUIREMENTS: Freshmen kit is highlighted.
SCISSOR 1 EA
RAZOR AND BOX BLADES 1 EA.
MANICURE KIT 1 EA.
BLACK SMOCK 1 EA.
CLIPPERS WITH 4 GUARDS 1 EA.
CURLING IRON > INCH 1 EA.
BLOW DRYER 1600 WATTS 1 EA
1.5 INCH ROUND BRUSH 1 EA.
HAIRCUTTING COMBS 10 EA.
RATTAIL COMBS 4 EA.
TEASING COMB 1 EA.
WEAVING PINTAIL COMB 1 EA.
COMBINATIONS LOCK 1 EA.
FOOT FILE 1 EA.
ORANGEWOOD STICK 1 EA.
NAIL BRUSH AND BOWL 1 EA.
SHAMPOO CAPE 2 EA.
PLASTIC CAPS 1 PACK
HAND MIRROR 1 EA.
PLASTIC GLOVES 1 BOX
SPRAY BOTTLE 1 EA.
COLOR BOTTLE W/ SPOUT 1 EA.
ASSORTED PERM RODS 3 DOZEN
ASSORTED FLAT PACK ROLLERS 1 PACK
ALL PURPOSE CLIPS 1 BOX
BUTTERFLY CLIPS 1 PACK
SINGLE PRONG STEEL CLIPS 1 BOX
COLOR BOWL AND BRUSH 1 EA.
VENT BRUSH 1 EA.
DETANGLING COMB 1 EA.
MANNEQUIN 1 EA.
BAG NAME TAG 1 EA.
BLACK TRAVEL KIT 1 EA.
MILADY STANDARD TEXT BOOK 1 EA
MILADY STANDARD WORK BOOK 1 EA
KENTUCKY STATE BOARD LAW BOOK 1 EA
Students receive highlighted items with enrollment. Students are loaned sophomore kit, property of student when graduation occurs. No extra charge for additional items if graduation occurs.
FOR FRESHMAN STUDENTS:
Theory and related theory class 100 hours: Minimum Law Requirements:
- General theory including Kentucky Cosmetology law and rules and regulations adopted there under.
- Clinical theory
- Lecturing theory
Clinical and related theory class 200 hours:
1 Cold waves
2 Facials and make-up
3 Complete “S” formations and complete finger waves
4 Pin Curl techniques
5 Hair shaping
6 Hairstyling techniques
7 Lash and brow tint
8 Eyebrow arches
10 Scalp treatments
12 Hair coloring, bleaching and rinsing
13 Heat permanent
- Safety measures
- Desk Assignment
Your Freshman Instructor may assign additional work as they see your progress. The Freshman Room is set up into six modules. You must complete all the modules and take the 300-hour testing before leaving the freshman room.
CURRICULUM FOR JUNIOR AND SENIOR STUDENTS:
Theory and related theory class 500 hours.
Professional practices, life sciences, physical sciences, hair designing, safety measures, Kentucky cosmetology laws and rules and regulations adopted there under.
Clinical class: 1000 hours.
1 Hair conditioning treatments
2 Scalp treatments
3 Hair shaping
5 Cold waves
6 Chemical hair relaxing
7 Complete “S” formation and complete finger waves
8 Pin curl techniques
10 Iron curling
11 Hair coloring and toning
12 Bleaches and frosting
13 Facials and make-up
15 Lash and brow tints
16 Eyebrow arches
17 Color rinses
19 Professional ethics and good grooming
21 Reception desk and telephone answering
22 Record keeping
23 Dispensary (procedures for ordering supplies and retail merchandise)
24 Personality development
25 Salon management
26 Public relations
The nail course is divided into Theory and Practical Work for a total of 600 hours.
The Theory constitutes 200 hours, and includes the following:
- Equipment, sterilization, sanitation, public and personal hygiene, safety measures, Kentucky Cosmetology State Law and Regulations.
- Nail condition, manicuring and pedicure techniques, artificial nail application and techniques and nail art techniques.
- Hand and arm massage.
- Science and Anatomy pertaining to hands, arms and legs.
- Personality, grooming, salon management, professional ethics, personal business ethics, pride in workmanship, desirable work habits and attitudes, and customer relations.
- Employment, payroll deductions, and preparation of employment applications.
The Clinical Aspect of the course constitutes 400 hours of the course, and includes the following:
- Oil and plain manicure.
- Nail polish changes.
- Hand and arm massage.
- Safety measures.
- Care of equipment.
- Removal of stains.
- Repair work and buffing.
- Nail preparations prior to application of artificial nail services.
- Application of artificial nails.
- Removal of artificial nail products.
- Nail art techniques.
NAIL TECH KIT REQUIREMENTS
1) Barefoot pedicure tote 1 EA.
2) Plastic Eyedropper 1 EA.
3) Elite Spectrum Kit 1 EA.
4) White Buffing Block 10 EA.
5) Nail Sculpting Brush Round 1 EA.
6) Emory Boards 10 EA.
7) Toe Nail Clipper 1 EA.
8) Foot File 1 EA.
9) Nail Forms 500 EA.
10) Toe Spacers 1 EA.
11) Manicure sticks 4 EA.
12) Manicure Pedicure 6 Piece Set 1 EA.
13) Nail Brush Nylon 1 EA.
14) Treasure Chest 360 Tips 1 EA.
15) Manicure Bowl 1 EA.
16) White Uniform Jacket 1 EA.
17) 4 Oz. sterilizer jar 1 EA.
18) Shoulder Bag 1 EA.
19) Combination Lock 1 EA.
20) Cotton Balls 200 Ct. 1 EA.
21) 8 Oz. Body Lotion 1 EA.
22) 8 Oz. Acetone Polish Remover 1 EA.
23) Top Coat 2 EA.
24) Base Coat 2 EA.
25) 8 Oz. polish remover Non-acetone 1 EA.
26) Ridge Filler 1 EA.
27) 16 Oz. Cuticle Remover 1 EA.
28) 16 Oz. Cuticle Conditioner 1 EA.
29) 16 Oz. Pure Acetone Remover 1 EA.
30) Milady Textbook 1 EA.
Miladys Standard: Fundamentals for Estheticians: Theory Topics
1- Skin Care History & Opportunities:
The history, career opportunities & future of Esthetics.
2- Your Professional Image:
Professional appearance, conduct, ethics and life skills.
3- Sanitation & Disinfection:
Bacteria, viruses, parasites, immunity, prevention & precautions.
4- Anatomy & Physiology:
Cells, tissues, organs & body systems.
5-Chemistry & Electricity:
Branches of chemistry, matter, PH, chemical reactions & cosmetics.
6- Cosmetic Chemistry:
Cosmetic & natural ingredients, Making products for salon use & product safety.
7- Basics of Electricity:
Electricity, equipment safety, electrotherapy & light therapy.
8-Physiology & Histology of the Skin:
Facts, functions, & layers of the skin. Hair & nail Anatomy, Nerves, nourishment, cell replacement, skin color, glands ,aging of skin & basic nutrition.
9- Skin Diseases & Disorders:
Dermatology, lesions, glandular disorders, inflammations, Pigmentation disorders, skin cancer, acne & contagious diseases.
10- Skin Analysis–
Skin types, The Fitzpatrick scale, ethnic skin, skin types & conditions, Healthy habits, skin analysis & client consultations.
11- Product Selection & Ingredients:
Basic skin care products & benefits, home care products for different skin types, choosing a product line, ingredients, components of product formulas & product Information.
12- The Treatment Room:
Presentation, atmosphere, furniture, equipment & room setup. Treatment room supplies, disposables, products, preparation, room preparation, cleanup & sanitation.
Benefits, contradictions, movements, Facial procedures, Incorporating massage during facials, Dr. Jacquet Movement & other massage techniques.
14- Basic Facials & Treatments:
Facial treatment benefits, skills & techniques, treatment & client preparation, consultations, procedures, variations, cleanup, sanitation, specialized facials & mens skin care.
Use of magnifying lamp, woods lamp, rotary brush, vacuum & steam machine, High -frequency & micro current machines, Gallvanic current, Iontophoresis, microdermabrasion, lasers, light therapy & other tools & accessories.
16- Hair removal:
Morphology of the hair, growth cycles, excessive growth, characteristics & differences in hair growth, hair removal methods, waxing, & client consultation.
17: Advanced Esthetics Topics: An Industry Overview:
Free radicals, antioxidants, peels, skin care, peel procedures, enzyme peels & masks, aromatherapy, spa body treatments, pre & post operative care, other clinical & body procedures.
18- The World of Makeup:
Psychological aspects of makeup, services, overview, products, cosmetics, brushes, color theory, warm & cool colors, selection makeup colors, facial shapes, corrective makeup, skin tones, analyzing features, procedures, camouflage, tools, & retailing, application & removal of artificial eyelashes both individual & band lashes.
19- The Salon & Spa Business:
Todays skin care services, succeeding in a service profession, good record keeping, business operations and public relations.
20- Selling Products & Services:
Selling in the salon, Product & service knowledge, understanding client needs, Client retention, marketing, building a clientele, product & service presentation, closing the sale & tracking your success.
21- Career Planning:
Moving from school to work, preparation for licensure, building a resume, job search, job descriptions, employee evaluations, compensation, managing money, meeting financial responsibilities, development of effective communication skills, finding the right roll models, continuing your education & planning for success.
Total Theory Hours: 350
Total Clinic and Practice: 650
State Rules & Regulations: 50 hours
Esthetician Kit Requirements
Textbook 1 ea.
Workbook 1 ea.
White Smock 1 ea.
Dry Sanitizer 1 ea.
Instant Hand Sanitizer 1 ea.
Cash Starter Set 1 ea.
Small Rubber Bowl 1 ea.
Medium Rubber Bowl 1 ea.
Large Rubber Bowl 1 ea.
Mirror 1 ea.
Gloves 1 box
16 oz. Rubbing Alcohol 1 ea.
Small Scissors 1 ea.
Comodone Extractor 1 ea.
Tweezers 1 ea.
Q-Tips 500 Ct.
Disposable Lip Brush 1 ea.
Eye Shadow Applicators 1ea
Mascara Applicators 1 ea.
Spatula 2 ea.
16 oz. Massage Cream 1 ea.
7 oz. Foam Cleanser 1 ea.
4 oz. Facial Moisturizer 1 ea.
4 oz. Clay Mask 1 ea.
4 oz. Glow 1 ea.
8 oz. Tonic Water 1 ea.
Sponges 1 pk.
Loose Powder (light) 1 ea.
Loose Powder (dark) 1 ea.
Foundation (light) 1 ea.
Foundation (dark) 1 ea.
Lip Brushes 3 ea.
Eye Shadow Applicators 3 ea.
Eye Shadow Palate 1 ea
Powder Dusters 3 ea.
Eyebrow Brush 1 ea.
Lip Liner 2 ea.
Mascara 1 ea.
Eye Cream 1 ea.
Lip Cream 1 ea.
Concealer (3 pk.) 1 ea.
Eye Shadow (4 pk.) 1 ea.
Multi-lip Compact 1 each
Payment for tuition and fees is due on or before the first day of school. For those who are unable to make full payment of the tuition a monthly payment is available. All students are expected to make a down payment of $700, regardless of source of funds.
- Any person not accepted for enrollment by the school will be refunded all money paid to the school.
- If the student (or parent/guardian) cancels his or her enrollment, in writing, within three working business days of signing the enrollment agreement contract, all money collected by the school shall be refunded. The postmark on the written notification will determine the date of cancellation or on the date the cancellation is delivered to the school administrator.
- If the student cancels enrollment after three working days after signing but prior to entering classes, the student will be refunded all money paid to the school less the enrollment or registration fee, not to exceed $100.00. All school supplies must be returned as new before such refund is made. Refunds, when due, will be made without requiring a request from the student within 30 days of the students last day of attendance.
- For students who enroll and attend classes, the following schedule of charges or refunds will prevail:
1) After the first day of classes and during the first 10% of the period of financial obligation, the institution shall refund at least 90% of the tuition.
2) After the first 10% of the period of obligation, and until the end of the first 25% of the period of obligation, the institution shall refund at least 50% of the tuition.
3) After the first 25% of obligation and until the end of the first 50% of the payment period of obligation, the institution shall refund at least 25% of the tuition.
4) After the first 50% of the period of obligation, the institution shall retain all of the tuition.
Policies for granting of previous training shall not impact the above mentioned refund policies.
NOTE: Students receiving assistance from Federal Title IV programs may be eligible for statutory pro-rata refunds according to federal regulations provided they have completed less than 60% of the first period for which they are charged. Samples of refund are available on request.
Enrollment time is defined as the time elapsed between the actual starting time and the date of the students last day of physical attendance in the school. In the event the student does not withdraw formally, the withdrawal occurs 10 days after the last day of attendance.
Any money to be refunded to the student will be paid within 30 days of the formal cancellation by the student or formal termination by the school, which shall occur no more than 30 days from the last day of physical attendance, or in the case of a leave of absence, the documented date of return.
After a student signs the enrollment agreement and purchases a kit, books and or other supplies, said items become the exclusive property of the student and no refund will be due the said student. Kits are non-returnable and non-refundable for health and sanitary reasons.
If for any reason the school is closed and can no longer offer instruction after a student has enrolled, the student shall be entitled to a pro-rata refund of tuition only.
If a course is canceled subsequent to enrollment, the school shall, at its option: (1) Provide a full refund of all money paid, (2) Provide completion of the course.
Students who terminate prior to completion of the course will be charged a $100.00 termination fee.
2). Then the amount of the Title I V aid is determined (Note: Any student who withdraws at any point after the 60% point, in the payment period has earned 100% of their Title IV aid.
3). The amount of Title IV aid that must be returned is determined.
4). The amount of unearned Title IV aid that must be returned by the school is calculated.
5.) Finally, the amount of unearned Title IV aid that must be returned by the student is determined. (Note: If it is determined that a student must return a portion of Title IV aid received, the school will notify the appropriate agency or student within thirty days of the determination that the student withdrew from school.
6.) If it is determined that the amount of aid dispersed to the student is less than the amount of the aid the student has earned, then a Post-Withdrawal Disbursement is made to receive the amount of aid earned by the student.
7.) All repayments to the financial assistance programs will be paid in the full
In this order: 1st. Title IV loan programs. 2nd. Title IV Grant programs. 3rd. State programs. 4th. Private scholarships. 5th. To the student.
NOTE: The return of Title IV calculation may result in funds that have already posted to the student account being returned. Students then assume the responsibility for payment on their account balance. Generally a withdrawal from a program will result in an outstanding balance with Lexington Beauty College. Balances unpaid after a student leaves a program may be submitted to a collection agency for further collection of debt.
It is the policy of this school to admit qualified persons who will benefit from the education provided. We feel that the field of cosmetology offers many opportunities to men and women from all walks of life; therefore, we do not practice discrimination on the basis of race, sex, creed, religion, color, ethnic origin or age. To do so would be a disservice to the community, which we serve.
If the student is an honorable discharged veteran of the armed forces or a dependant of a deceased or disabled veteran, he/she may be able to apply for veterans educational benefits. For more information on these benefits and to see if you are eligible, contact the Veterans Administration Office.
Tuition refunds for veterans are made according to the law when a veteran student withdraws or is dismissed from any course.
The student is hereby advised that law prohibits the school from guaranteeing employment to any student as an inducement to enroll in school.
The school does however; agree to use its best efforts to assist any graduate in finding employment in the field in which training is completed, by announcing all known job openings to the students as soon as possible.
At this time we do not provide school owned housing however, there are many rental homes and apartments in the area that are within walking distance. We will assist you in locating a suitable home or apartment if you wish.
Should a student, staff member or graduate feel the need to talk with another person regarding career choice, the school administrator maintains an “open door” policy and is very willing to counsel anyone in need.
All persons interested in the cosmetology profession should be aware that certain chemicals used in the permanent waving, conditionings, straightening and relaxing of hair are considered hazardous to the health. Also, some chemicals that are common to the preparation and cleaning of fingernails may be hazardous to the health. People who feel they may have an allergy to one or more of these chemicals should seek the proper medical advice prior to entering the profession.
This institution will meet all requirements regarding FERPA. A signed authorization will be required in every instance before information may be released from a student file.
A parent or student must make a request in writing to review educational records.
Records will be made available in the appropriate institutional office on an appointment basis.
No personally identifiable information will be released to a third party without a written consent of a parent or student unless it is:
- To other school officials who have an educational interest in the information.
- To officials of another school where the student seeks or intends to enroll.
- To a representative of the Comptroller General of the United States, the Secretary of Education, or state and local educational authorities.
- To state officials, if required by state statute.
- To organizations conducting studies for educational agencies or institutions to develop, validate, or administer tests. (Personally identifiable information will not be released, except to representatives of the organization, and the information provided will be destroyed when it is no longer needed for studying.)
- To accreditation agencies to carry out accrediting functions.
- To parents of dependant students.
- To comply with judicial order or subpoena.
- To meet a health or safety emergency.
All disclosures of information will be recorded in the students file, and will include all names of the parties receiving the information and the legitimate interests (reasons) of those parties for inspections of the records.
Personally identifiable information which is designated as directory information includes: a students name, address, telephone number, date and place of birth, major field of study, participation in officially, recognized activities, degrees and awards received, and the most recent previous educational agency or institution attended.
If a student OR OTHER AUTHORIZED PERSON makes a written request which is signed by the student to review their files, the administrator will, as soon as possible, schedule a time during normal working hours (Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. till 9:30 p.m.) to open files and show the student the requested files.
If the student is a minor, the guardian/parent who guaranteed the student’s contract with the school may also review the student’s records. However, this will be done only if the student is advised of the review and if possible is also present.
The administrator will be present at all times during the review and will provide any and all interpretation that may be necessary and will cooperate with the student and parent to the fullest degree possible.
Any copies of files requested other than those specified by the KENTUCKY BOARD OF HAIRDRESSERS will be furnished and charged at the rate of $.25 per sheet. A record of the documents copied and furnished will be placed in the student’s record. Only those persons legally authorized will have access to a student’s files. If the student wants information released to a third party, then the student must sign a release form for that particular third party. A blank signed form will not be accepted.
At times it becomes necessary to terminate some students. The only person authorized to terminate a student is the owner. Instructors have authority to suspend a student for serious violation of the rules of conduct. In all but the most severe circumstances listed below, a student will be verbally warned, then counseled privately, before being suspended. One suspension shall be given before a student is terminated. Following is a list of grounds for Immediate termination: (1) Written resignation from the student (2) Failure to attend for 10 days without prior written notice (3) Failure to pay for the course (4) Flagrant disregard of the Rules and Regulations (5) Introduction of unlawful controlled substances to the school (6) Use of unlawful controlled substances while attending school (7) By direction of the KENTUCKY BOARD OF HAIRDRESSERS. (8) Verbal threats to harm: to Instructors or other students. (9).Students who consistently disturb class, refuse to get along with others, or other student conduct that relate to their ability to work in a school setting. (10) Students caught cheating on exams or work they turn in.
LEXINGTON BEAUTY COLLEGE STARTS A NEW CLASS EACH WEEK PROVIDED AN OPENING EXISTS. YOUR ENROLLMENT MUST BE COMPLETED BY FRIDAY OF THE PREVIOUS WEEK. FINANCIAL AID STUDENTS MUST HAVE COMPLETED ALL PHASES OF FINANCIAL AID APPLICATIONS BEFORE STARTING CLASSES. Please cal l the school to obtain an enrollment tour and interview before beginning enrollment.
CLASS HOLIDAY DATES ARE AS FOLLOWS
The school will be normally closed on Sundays and the other holidays listed here. (1) New Year’s Day. (2) Thanksgiving Day. (3) Christmas Eve and Christmas day. (4) Labor Day and Memorial Day. (5) Forth of July. (6) The last week of July for summer break.
- Ms Ann Halloran received her basic cosmetology diploma from the Bowling Green Beauty School. Ms. Halloran taught on the salon level for several years in South Florida before returning home to Lexington to work. Ms. Halloran also holds a CSW license, and her role at the school is Director of Student Services. She has also owned and operated several salons in the area.
- Ms. Pam Shaw is the Freshman Director and also teaches Theory to the Aesthetics Class. Ms. Shaw has taught Cosmetology over 16 years. Ms. Shaw supervises the Safety, Fire and Security along with the Director. She also assists the Director in enrollment testing, and holds a dual license for Esthetics and Cosmetology Instruction.
- Ms Roni Richardson is the Clinic Floor Instructor, in charge of inventory, clinic floor evaluations; Apprentice Instructors and the operation of the Desk. She has had her teaching license for over eight years, and holds a dual license for Esthetics and Cosmetology, as well as being a licensed Barber. She is also proficient in Nail Technology, and heads that department.
- Ms. Jane Hughes is the Chief Financial Officer and Financial Aid Director. Jane is in charge of financial aid and also consults Lexington Beauty College on tax issues.
- Ms. Heather Harmon has been an Administrator for several years, filing, copying, grading and organizing behind the scenes. And now as a Licensed Instructor, she is in charge of the Nail program with Ms Roni.
- Ms. Betty Barmann is the night class Instructor, and has held a license to teach Cosmetology for over ten years. She brings much to the school in a variety of experiences. She has worked in the field for over three decades.
Following are the various costs for attending school at LEXINGON BEAUTY COLLEGE:
1st ACADEMIC TERM 1-450 HRS 2nd ACADEMIC 451-900 HRS
BOOKS $ 70.00 TUITION $ 1875.00
COSMETOLOGY KIT $ 292.50 TOTAL $ 1875.00
SCHOOL REGISTRATION $ 100.00
TUITION $ 1875.00
TOTAL $ 2337.50
3rd ACADEMIC TERM 901-1350 HRS 4th ACADEMIC TERM 1351-1800 HRS
TUITION $ 1875.00 TUITION $ 1875.00
TOTAL $ 1875.00 TOTAL $ 1875.00
TOTAL TUITION FOR THE FULL COSMETOLOGY PROGRAM (4 TERMS) IS $7500.00
TOTAL FEES ARE $462.50.
Total fees and tuition: $7,962.50
ENROLLMENT FEES $100.00
BOOKS AND KIT $445.00 (INCLUDES LAB COAT)
TOTAL COURSE TUITION: $2.496
Total tuition and fees: $3,041
Books and Kit: $500.00
Enrollment Fees: $100.00
Total course: $6500.00
All students are subject to a $15.00 Permit fee made out to the State Board of Cosmetology.
Partial Terms are assessed in terms of weeks scheduled on contract. Partial hour students are charged $5.00 per hour scheduled based on how many weeks contracted. Over contract fees are also $5.00 per hour accrued on a weekly basis.
PAYMENT for the above items that are purchased from the school is due on or before the first day of school. For those who are unable to make full payment, other arrangements may be made with approval in advance.
Other costs in addition to the above are white or black uniforms, shoes, writing instruments, suitable notebook, and replacement items if misplaced. Any or all kit items that are lost or depleted are the responsibility of the student to replace.
A termination fee of $100.00 will be assessed when a student fails to complete the course.
*Pell Grant Hours: If a student attends 40 hours per week, the student will complete the first academic year of 900 hours in less than thirty weeks. Therefore, the student will be reduced in a pro-ration of time to complete the first thirty weeks divided by thirty weeks. For example if a student attended 40 hours per week they would complete the first academic year in approximately 23 weeks. Therefore, the Pell grant would be reduced by 23/30=76.6%. The student would then receive only 76.6% of the Pell grant award for the first 900 hours. The second year 901-1800 would be reduced in an equal manner.
OVERTIME: Students with multiple enrollments with LBC must settle out their previous contract, and pay any overtime on that contract before entering into a new contract with the school. A new contract, schedule change or leave of absence does not erase overtime for a previous enrollment. Students are allowed only 80 hours of overtime before charges start to accrue. When a student accrues 80 hours, each additional hour is billed to the student as overtime.
In accordance with the institution’s mission statement, Lexington Beauty College will make every attempt to resolve any student complaint that is not frivolous or without merit. Complaint procedures will be included in new student orientation, thereby assuring that all students know the steps to follow should they desire to register a complaint at any time.
Evidence of final resolution of all complaints will be retained in school files in order to determine the frequency, nature, and patterns of complaints for the institution. The information will be used in evaluating institutional effectiveness and outcomes. The following procedure outlines the specific steps of the complaint process.
- The student should register the complaint in writing on the designated form provided by the institution within 60 days of the date that the act, which is the subject of the grievance, occurred.
- The complaint form will be mailed to the school office (via registered mail) at the address listed in the current student catalog.
- The complaint will be reviewed by the school management, and a response will be sent
- in writing to the student within 15 days of receiving the complaint. The initial response may not provide for final resolution of the problem but will notify the student of continued investigation and/or actions being taken regarding the complaint
- Depending on the extent and nature of the complaint, interviews with the appropriate staff and other students may be necessary to reach a final resolution of the complaint.
- In cases of extreme conflict, it may be necessary to conduct an informal hearing regarding the complaint. If necessary, corporate management will appoint a hearing committee consisting of one member selected by the school who has had no involvement in the dispute and who may also be an Advisory Board Member, another member who may not be related to the student filing the complaint or another student in the school. The hearing will occur within 90 days of committee appointment. The hearing will be informal with the student presenting his/her case followed by the school’s response. The hearing committee will be allowed to ask questions of all involved parties. Within 15 days of the hearing, the committee will prepare a report summarizing each witness’ testimony and a recommended resolution for the dispute. School management shall consider the report and either accept, reject, or modify the recommendations of the committee.
- If the complaint is of such nature that it cannot be resolved by the school management, it will be referred to The Commission Of the Council on occupational Education, 41 Perimeter Center East, NE, Suite 640, AtlantaGeorgia, (770) 396-3898.
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- Please provide a one or two sentence description of your complaint.
- Please describe the nature of your complaint in full detail indicating what happened, when the event occurred and who was involved. If additional space is needed, use the back side of this form.
- Indicate with whom (and when) you have already spoken to regarding this complaint, and what attempts have been made at resolution.
- Indicate what specific resolution you are seeking or recommending.
I hereby certify that the statements made pertaining to my complaint are truthful and accurate.
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STUDENT RULES AND REGULATIONS
Rules and regulations are essential to the efficient operation of any business. They are the corner stone of any successful operation. The following rules have been established for the common guidance of all of us in this school. They are fundamental in character and are designed for the convenience and protection of all of us and to give us a more efficient and successful school. It is my policy to be patient, sympathetic, fair and tolerant in the administration of this school.
It is the sincere desire of LEXINGTON BEAUTY COLLEGE to help this student body in every way possible, so that all of us may go forward together in a successful future, but willful or inexcusable breaches of these rules will be dealt with firmly under a uniform policy, which applies, equally to all individuals.
These rules are not meant cover all school policies and procedures exclusively. The school reserves the right in cases of unusual or related infractions of these rules, to deal with the individual student according to the seriousness of the offense. MOST OFFENSES ARE MET WITH A POINT DEDUCTION ON YOUR PRACTICAL.
We realize that most of these rules are based on personal responsibility, adult behaviors, and common sense. However we must let you know what we expect from you, and what you can expect from us. The most importantly, you are learning a profession that is going to enable you to walk in to the world and work in the Cosmetology profession. We wish you the very best as you begin a new and exciting career.
1 Students are to report to school in accordance with their student contracts. You must stay all day on your last day of the week. Full time day students are scheduled for 8.5 hours so that they allowed a thirty-minute lunch, which will be deducted from your scheduled contracted time.
2 Any day students clocking in later than five minutes are late. All full time students have 8 hours per month to use for EMERGENCIES. All part time students have 4 hours per month for emergencies. See attendance policy. The exception is Friday and Saturdays. These days are mandatory, and if you need to miss, must pay an attendance fine of $4.16 per hour missed. A doctors note will exempt you from the fine.
3 IN the event of missing a day during the week, Monday students are expected to make up on Saturdays.
4 No one will be allowed to clock you in or out under any circumstances. The State Board of Cosmetology in conjunction with the Kentucky Revised Statutes forbids fraud of any kind in relation to your timecards. If you are caught committing fraud on your time card, you may be reported to the State Board, and lose your ability to ever hold a license in Cosmetology in the State of Kentucky.
5 You must clock in and out, including your half hour lunch. No write-ins will be accepted. Please use the time clock, as students are scheduled by contract, as we cannot keep up with your time card for you. You are required to clock out for a break after five hours. Lunch is the only break that is guaranteed. All other breaks are at the decision of your staff in your area. Students are not permitted to loaf anywhere at the school. You are expected to be working while you are at the school. You may sit at your station and read Educational Materials, or be in the classroom studying in the event a class is not taking place. Do not stay on the porch for more than five minutes. If you abuse breaks, you can lose five points.
6 Students must use their time constructively, doing practical work on their mannequins or completing book assignments when not in class or working in the clinic.
7 Students stations are to be set up, ready to take a customer immediately after class or at start of day.
8 There is a pay phone for personal calls. Do not use the school phone for any reason! The School phone will not take messages for students. Please note the pay phone number # 277-9996.
9 Students are expected to eat breakfast before coming to school. Students eating breakfast after clocking in will lose 5 points. Night students are able to take a fifteen-minute break to smoke and eat a snack sometime within the hours of five and nine, set down by the instructor on duty. The school manager schedules lunch. NO eating in class!
10 Do not borrow or loan equipment to others. You will have to replace equipment if someone does not return it. There is some school equipment that you will be able to sign out, and in that case, you are responsible to see that it gets signed back in the dispensary. If you have lost equipment, and do not have the proper equipment to do a service, you will lose five points.
11 School strictly forbids the use or possession of alcohol or other drugs on the property. If you are suspected of drug or alcohol use while on the property, you will be asked to take a drug test, and if found guilty, may have to complete a drug program through the school, or be suspended until one is completed.
12 You must follow and keep up with studies and schedules outlined by the Educational Coordinator and/or your teacher. Exams must be taken on schedule. Students getting behind on their work may be sanctioned to not get personal services until their work is caught up. Tardy students will be given extra makeup work.
13 Uniforms: Students are to wear their designated Lab Coats and nametags at all times. Clean solid black or white shoes are permitted. No high heels or open toe shoes. Uniform consists of solid black and /or white pants and shirts at all times. No stripes or patterns. No tee shirts that are intended for mens wear are acceptable. Your shirt must be able to be tucked in, or your lab coat must be buttoned up. Knee length Skirts are acceptable with hose. No hats, caps, mini-skirts, bandannas, headbands, or gaudy jewelry in the school. Strive to be fashionable. No denim except Saturdays!
14 Hair should be clean and well groomed at all times. Make-up on females is always expected upon walking in the door. Deodorants for body odor are essential. Please do not wear heavy colognes and perfumes. Beware of strong foods, cigarettes and other offensive smells while working closely with others. Use breath mints when in doubt. NO GUM! Five points deducted for not conforming to rule 13 and 14,
15 Profanity is cause for immediate suspension for one week with a fine of $120.00. It is not only unprofessional, but a reflection on your character and personality.
16 Gossip and discussion of personal problems do not belong at school. If you have a problem as it pertains to your education, you may discuss it in the school office with an instructor or Manager. Whining is prohibited.
17 Any student found stealing supplies or equipment from the school or fellow student would be expelled immediately. In addition, the reason for expulsion will be recorded and given to the State Board of Cosmetology.
18 Your equipment is to be left at your station, and not be taken home until your course of study has been completed (201, Section 12, KAR 12:12:125. Schools Student Administrative Regulations). This law protects the public and you from conducting hairdressing in an arena that is not a school. Bring your family and friends to the school for practice. If you are reported to the Board, you may never receive licensure to practice in a salon.
19 The front desk will assign clients to you. Sometimes you may not like the assignment, but refusal to do your client will result in a five-day suspension. You may not re-assign a client to another student.
20 We reserve the right to suspend or expel a student from school for insubordination, refusal to cooperate with staff, follow directions and instructions, follow assigned schedules and duties, or in any case where the staff feels the student is not adapting to our training. Suspensions can last one to nine days depending on the severity of the offense.
21 When you are called to the reception area for a client, please respond promptly and cheerfully. Learn early that the client ultimately pays your paycheck in this industry.
22 Eating and drinking are permitted in the break room only! Five points lost when food or drink is found on station.
23 State board and the school prohibit personal items at your station. These include pictures, Walkman sets, and any other personal items not used for clients. Pagers and cell phones are NOT permitted. If you have a cell phone, we do not want to see or hear it. Five point deduction when these are violated. Cell phones may be confiscated till the end of the day, with a write-up sent to the Director for cell phone use.
24 Please do not bring valuables to the school. Lock up your personal items in your locker. Students must pay $5.00 deposit to use the school locker, but get the $5.00 back when returning the key. Students will be deducted points and written up for bringing personal items into the school.
25 Those students assigned to the desk must be patient and courteous to the clients as they register and answering the phone.
26 Students do not accept orders or sign for supplies. Please see an instructor when this occurs.
27 When you are assigned to the desk, you are totally responsible for the money count. Any student not assigned to the desk must stay OUT from behind it. The student assigned will help you with your needs.
28 Dispensary supplies are only signed out for one client at a time. Please wash and return all perm trays, empty bottles and dirty towels, facial or waxing basket to the dispensary after each use.
29 You will be assigned to a clean up duty. This is part of your sterilization and sanitation grade. Please do this promptly and thoroughly, and have it checked daily before you leave to go home.
30 All instruments must be sanitized before use. You are responsible in keeping your chair, station, mirror, drawers, kit and floor around your station clean. The instructor will check it before you leave each day. Students must conform to the KENTUCKY BOARD OF HAIRDRESSERS rules on sanitation and participate in general.
31 Students must clean hair up as soon as haircut is finished, before blow dry, set or perm. This is the state law as well as a school rule. All stations must be clean and chairs turned to mirror before leaving for lunch. School must look like you are leaving at 5:00 p.m. State Board Inspector could walk in at any time. Five points violation.
32 If you must be absent, call that morning by 8:45 AM! You must report to a Cosmetology Instructor. Do not leave a message on the machine. The Instructor must make note of this in your file.. Please attend classes regularly. Once you are on the clinic floor, you will have appointments booked for you. Without the clinic, your education would be more costly, and much more boring. It is very important for you to learn to be timely and dependable, as this will continue to be true when you become licensed.
33 Students who fail to complete their education within the time on their enrollment contract due to absences will be charged additional tuition as stated in that contract. This extra fee will be collected monthly until you graduate to compensate the school for your inability to keep your contract. If you fall two months behind on your payments, you will be asked to go home and get the payments.
34 When you near the end of your enrollment, the school will send your hours to the board for qualification of the exam. At the time of this test you must bring a money order for $75 made payable to the State Board of Cosmetologists, and a recent photo of yourself. The state board will then inform you as to what day to arrive to take the test. The test is at the State Board office in Frankfort Kentucky. You will take a mock state board test before you graduate.
35 Saturday Students may only have their personal beauty work done on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Monday students may have their personal services done on Mondays and Tuesdays only. You must be the fee at time of service. Failure to pay fee at time of service serves a double fee for the service
36 No children allowed while on clock hours. Nail students must have permission of the nail instructor to get their hair done. Nail students are not permitted to hang out on the clinic floor at any time.
37 Visitors should visit in the lounge for no longer than ten minutes. Students are not allowed at the backfire exit of the school except to carry out trash. No loitering or smoking permitted.
38 Students must pay for services or products that are not billed to a patron. Please see the front desk before adding a service or product for the customer. Charge patrons for all services done for them. If they bring their own, charge them as if you used ours. This includes: weekly rinses, conditioners, etc.
39 Friends of students to do not student prices, under any circumstances.
40 NO Cosmetology students are to be in the nail room, freshman or facial room without permission of a teacher, or get into supplies without permission or a ticket paid for. If you are getting your nails done without a ticket, it is full price.
41 The school assumes no responsibility for any negligence, carelessness or lack of skill by one or more students while practicing any part of the school course upon another.
42 Field Trip Hours A field trip is a designated, planned educational event used by your school to get you to interview for jobs when you are a senior. You must meet with the Director, write a resume, and bring in a report of the interviews you went on, with proof of the salon, i.e.: a business card, menu, to show you went to the salons listed. Show Hours: These are hours achieved on Sundays and Mondays, and you must have a continuing education proof certificate to receive them. You will not be excused from school to get them.
43 Any student leaving school premises during scheduled hours of attendance while duly signed in, must have permission from the Director ahead of time, and must clock out. Unauthorized leaving of the premises is grounds for expulsion.
44 Snow Days: LBC will post school closings on Channel 18 or 27. We may have a delayed opening, but you must check by 7:30 AM. Night classes are hardly ever canceled.
45 All rules and regulations of the KENTUCKY BOARD OF HAIRDRESSERS AND COSMETOLOGISTS must be recognized and complied with..
46 All mirrors will be free of pictures and or drawings and items that hang over the mirrors.
47 All hours will be calculated to the quarter hour.
48 Any change in this contract must be in writing and approved by all parties concerned.
49 Work schedules will be needed if you leave before 5:00 p.m. If you need to take off to take a child to the Doctor, a Doctor’s excuse is needed.
50 All late arrivals, absences and early departures must be brought to the attention of the instructors.
51 When a student is busy working on a patron. There is to be no visiting from the other students. The patron is to receive all of the students attention. Visit in break room only.
52 All equipment will be maintained in working order and properly sanitized by each student.
53 Students are permitted to use only the products provided by the school to perform services on patrons and other students. All student services will have prior approval of the clinic instructor
54 Disruptive behavior, loud, abusive or vulgar language will not be permitted. Other inappropriate behavior that is sexual or unprofessional in a school setting will not be permitted.
55 Students who are not meeting minimum performance levels will be provided at least one private counseling session each grading period in order to discuss any problems that may be encountered. Any student can request a private conference with the director/owner at any time.
56 Students that continually exhibit disruptive behavior or other unprofessional actions may be asked to participate in special disciplinary assignments.
57 All patron cards must be filled out and returned to the front desk for filing They must be signed by an instructor to get credit for them.
58 Students are not permitted in the facial room with the door closed at any time. Students are not permitted in the facial room without a client, or permission of Instructor on floor. When Esthetics Students are present, they will get priority for facial activities in the facial room.
59 If a student has someone under the dryer and is asked to give a hair cut, don’t say, “My lady is almost dry”. Each person is there for you to learn on, not cater to.
60 Make your plans for your private lives outside school. There is a 2-minute limit on all calls. OBEY THIS RULE. Have your friends call you at home, not here. We don’t call you at home- don’t have them call you here.
61 Students who are absence from school for 10 consecutive days will be dismissed from school unless documented evidence warrants a leave of absence.
62 Students are required to attend 88% of there scheduled hours. Students not meeting 88% attendance will be counseled. After 3 counseling sessions the student will be dismissed. Students who do not comply with the above Rules and Regulations are subject to appropriate response by the School, up to and including dismissal from the program.
63 The microwave is provided to reheat already cooked foods. NO cooking of foods, or reheating of FISH or other strong, spicy items is permitted, due to lack of space, and kindness to others in the public lounge.
64 Students may not leave the property without permission from the Director. Exceptions are: signing and clocking out for Dairy Mart or Good Food Coop with teachers permission to get food FOR ten minutes ON A LUNCH BREAK to EAT ON THE PROPERTY. Failure to comply will result in suspension to the building.
65 Practical Sheets: You must read and keep up with your work. You may be docked points when an instructor feels you are not cleaning up, leaving things out, dirty, or any other time when the instructor has tried to get you to adhere to school policy, and you refuse. See rule #20.
66 Please read the entire catalog, as it contains attendance and progress policies not printed here.
Student Price List:
Tuesday and Wednesdays IF the clinic is not busy, may permit for non-freshmen students to get services done. Students getting work done on them-selves must pay a small fee BEFORE GETTING THEIR SERVICE. Failure to pay the fee may result in an in house suspension. NO exceptions. Freshmen students may NOT have a service on the clinic floor until they have 300 hours. All services are subject to the below fees. All Students may come on their time off to receive services, but must pay full clinic prices. We do not take a student off of the book or clinic floor for any other circumstance. Lexington Beauty College does not take responsibility for any work done on one student for another. Nail students receive a weekly allotment of product to work in the nail area. Any other product used is to be charged for. We strive to use the best products possible in this school. Please help us to maintain our inventory by paying the small fees for each service.
Dandruff Shampoo .50 Perm $5.00
Relaxors $5.00 Frost or Highlight $5.00
Color $5.00 Set of Nails $5.00 Fill-in $5.00
French Fill-ins $7.00 Manicure $1.00
Pedicure $5.00 Nail Art $1.00
Nail Wrap $5.00 Facials $5.00
Conditioners $1.00 Care Free Curl $15.00
Polish Change $.50 Hand wax $2.00
Eyebrow wax $.50 Scalp Treatment $1.00
Lip wax $.50 Japanese Straightened: $35.00
A School Security Force has been appointed to enhance the safety of both the students and the employees.
All students and employees are encouraged to report crimes, suspicious activities or other security problems
to the proper authorities at the school. The School Security Force at this school consists of:
Chief Security Officer: Ann Halloran Chief School Officer: Ms. Pam Shaw
The procedures listed below will be followed to address reports or complaints made to Security Personnel:
- Chief School Officer will make a written report listing the following:
- Date of report
- Time of report
- Name of complaint (voluntary)
- Nature of complaint
- Action taken by Chief School Officer
- Recommendations to higher authorities
This written report will be signed and submitted to the Chief Security Officer. In the event that outside help should be called in–such as local Police, Sheriff’s Department, Federal Officers, etc.–the School Security personnel shall cooperate with said agencies and investigations to the best of their abilities and within the scope of schools policies.
- Certain areas of the School facilities are not open to the public and are considered to be restricted. Individuals who wish to visit restricted areas or persons in such areas must first obtain permission through either the admissions office or the administration office. Visitors to the school classrooms of laboratories must check in with the School Security Police. The School Security Force maintains security during open hours.
- The School Security Force has the authority to check all persons on the school property to determine their legitimate presence, and to:
- Escort unauthorized persons to the proper office or off the school property.
- Report any suspicious activity or criminal activity to their supervisor.
- Control the actions of persons violating school rules or local State or Federal laws–so long as these actions
by the School Security Force do not in themselves violate any Local, State or Federal Laws.
- Cooperate with local, State or Federal Law Officers should that become necessary.
- While on School property, students are encouraged to:
- Avoid being alone in isolated areas.
- Report suspicious activities or persons.
- Lock vehicles and personal belongings
- Know where the School Security Force can be reached at any time.
I have received a copy of these School Security Policies and will adhere to them to the best of my ability.
- Must be able to deal with the public.1. Good moral character and even temperament.
- Irritation of eyes and nose from fumes. 2. Wear protective eyewear.
- Allergies to the dust particles. 3. Use good posture.
- Long periods of sitting. 4. Wear support hose.
- Can cause varicose veins on the feet and legs. 5. Wear protective gloves if needed.
- Skin irritation if allergic to the product, can develop.
- Direct contact with the clients feet and hands.
- Lower back pain.
- Flying debris could injure the eyes.
- Must be able to deal with the public directly.1. Good moral character and even temperament.
- Irritation of eyes and nose from fumes. 2. Wear protective eyewear.
- Allergies to the dust particles. 3. Use good posture.
- Long periods of sitting if manicuring to applying nails. 4. Wear support hose.
- Long periods of standing.5. Use caution when working with sharp implements.
- Can cause varicose veins on the feet and legs. 6. Wear protective gloves if needed.
- Direct contact with the clients feet, hands, face, head, and hair.
- Lower back pain.
- Possible lacerations from cutting implements.
- Skin irritation if allergic to the chemicals, can develop.
- Flying debris could injure the eye, when applying artificial nails.