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Nationally Accredited: National Accrediting Commission of Cosmetology Arts & Sciences 4401 Ford Ave., Ste Alexandria, GVA (703) State Licensed: Board of Cosmetology PO Box Lansing, MI (517) ~ Main Campus ~ 1)For those who qualify for financial aid & upon successful completion of program. 2)With approved credit application. Ask for details. Winter )Upon successful completion of program and scholarship requirements. 4)Meet certificates requirements. Ask for details
DaysHoursMonths* Full TimeMon – Fri 9:00 – 4:00pm 12 Part TimeMon – Fri 9:00 – 1:00pm 18 DaysHoursMonths* ¾ TimeMon - Thur 9:00 – 3:00pm 6 DaysHoursWeeks* Full TimeMon – Fri 9:00 – 4:30pm 12 ¾ TimeMon – Fri 9:00 – 2:30pm 18 Part TimeMon – Fri 9:00 – 1:00pm 24 *Must meet contract requirements to graduate within specified timeframe Individual Schedules are set up with the schools owner Observed Holidays New Years Day Memorial Day Independence Day Labor Day Thanksgiving & Day After Christmas* *Closed between Christmas & New Years Closing will occur for teacher training (will be announced) Pants / Skirts / Capris: - Black (only) Tops: - WBA T-shirts $7.50 each or 5 for $35 (Available in Pink or Black) Shoes: - Closed toe shoes (black or white) Tennis shoes (any color) (Need prior to class start date) High School Diploma or GED* Drivers License or MI Identification Card Social Security Card Age must be at least 16 yrs. or older Transfer Students Must have current documentation from prior school including hours received within the last 5 years Financial aid transcript information Completion of written and practical test out at Wright Beauty Academy BEFORE admittance $50 testing fee and if accepted, a $50 transfer fee Re-Registration Students Must be within a 5 year period Allowed only with permission of the school owner Written and practical testing will be required for a fee of $50 If accepted, a $50 re-registration fee will be charged High School Students Must have written authorization from: home high school, parent(s) and approval from Wright Beauty Academy * 1. ATB students may qualify after required interviews & by meeting specific criteria. 2. Students who can not produce a copy of their earned HS diploma or GED and have exhausted all attempts to obtain such copy and can provide written proof of these attempts, may self certify. Note: The owner of the school has the right to accept or deny these exceptions. These exceptions will be considered on a case by case basis. (Need prior to class start date) High School Diploma or GED* Drivers License or MI Identification Card Social Security Card Age must be at least 16 yrs. or older Transfer Students Must have current documentation from prior school including hours received within the last 5 years Financial aid transcript information Completion of written and practical test out at Wright Beauty Academy BEFORE admittance $50 testing fee and if accepted, a $50 transfer fee Re-Registration Students Must be within a 5 year period Allowed only with permission of the school owner Written and practical testing will be required for a fee of $50 If accepted, a $50 re-registration fee will be charged High School Students Must have written authorization from: home high school, parent(s) and approval from Wright Beauty Academy * 1. ATB students may qualify after required interviews & by meeting specific criteria. 2. Students who can not produce a copy of their earned HS diploma or GED and have exhausted all attempts to obtain such copy and can provide written proof of these attempts, may self certify. Note: The owner of the school has the right to accept or deny these exceptions. These exceptions will be considered on a case by case basis. Channel 3 (WWMT) Channel 8 (WOOD) Websites: New classes start each April, June & September Orientation takes place the week prior to class start date unless otherwise specified. All required documents, testing, previous hours, down payments and student application fees (paid in full) must be provided by class start date.
Cosmetology* TheoryPracticalTotalsApps Sanitation Sanitation / Bacteriology Facials Skin analysis & care, massage & electricity, temporary hair removal, makeup techniques Hairdressing Arranging, cutting, dressing, curling, pressing, wiggery Scalp & Hair Treatments Hair Coloring Temporary, semi-permanent, permanent, bleaching, dimension coloring – molding Chemical Hair Restructuring Permanent waving, straightening, / relaxing Applied Chemistry As related to hair, skin and nails Artificial Nails As related to hair, skin and nails Applied Anatomy Manicuring / Pedicuring Unassigned Hours00110 Total *These are required by Michigan Cosmetology Schools BC – Nail / Spa* TheoryPracticalTotalsApps Orientation Anatomy Disorders750 Artistic Principles Manicuring / Pedicuring Chemistry / OSHA250 Artificial Nails / Tips Unassigned Hours0050 Total Portage - Nail TheoryPracticalTotalsApps Orientation Anatomy Disorders250 Artistic Principles100 Manicuring / Pedicuring Chemistry / OSHA150 Artificial Nails / Tips Unassigned Hours50 Total *Basic Requirements for State Board Licensure. TheoryPracticalTotalsApps Orientation / Review Introduction to Teaching 300 Course Outline / Development Laws & Rules / Record Keeping Assisting in Classroom Practice Teaching Total TheoryPracticalTotalsApps Orientation / Review Introduction to Teaching Course Outline / Development Laws & Rules / Record Keeping Assisting in Classroom Practice Teaching Total *Basic Requirements for State Board Licensure. This academy and its admission, instruction & graduation policies; practice no discrimination on the basis of sex, creed, race, religion, color, age, financial status, ethnic origin, country of origin or residence. Wright Beauty Academy does not offer housing, transportation, or child care to the student. These issues should be thoroughly resolved before the student begins their training so there are no interruptions. Students are scheduled to complete their training in a timely manner. GRADING* % A – Excellent 95 – 100 B – Good 85 – 94 C – Average 80 – 84 D -Failing Below 80 Students must score at least 80% on all homework, worksheets, calendars and tests. Each practical assignment has separate criteria for pass or fail. The Senior Final Exam must be passed with a minimum of 80% in each category. Those students that have not completed their testing by the contracted ending date will be charged by the hour as per their contract to complete the course. WBA maintains a staff of licensed and qualified instructors. Instructors have both salon and school experience along with impressive credentials.
An employment counselor is continuously maintained to help graduates find employment. As long as graduates remain in the beauty industry, or return to it, the employment services is available to them. The academy will provide student with placement assistance which will consist of identifying employment opportunities and advising student on appropriate means of attempting to realize the opportunities. Cosmetology schools are prohibited by law to guarantee employment. Student understands that the school has not made and will not make any guarantees of employment or salary upon graduation. Following graduation students are eligible to take the State Board Test. The academy will provide information packet that includes: forms & instructions to set up to test, different testing locations. The first time testing fee is $144. The fee is sent directly to the testing organization. In addition, students will pay $39 to the State of MI to purchase their license. Graduation occurs when the student reaches the prescribed hours in their course of study. Satisfactorily completes their projects, tests and practicals. Tuition must be paid in full before the end of contracted hours. Diploma awarded upon completion. Battle Creek Mon - Fri (9:00-5:00pm) Portage Mon – Fri (9:00-4:30pm) Records are kept on all grades, progress and attendance. Students may view their records by appointment. No files will be removed from the school. Student records are kept for 7 years. Except for students and parents of minors, Wright Beauty Academy will not release information without written request and consent unless required by law or accrediting agencies. Directory information must be approved and allowed by student/guardian to be released. Manicurist Nail Technician Pedicurist Cruise Ship Technician Beauty Product Rep. State Board Member Educational Director for a Beauty Product Hair Stylists Platform Artistry Hair Salon Owner Hair Salon Manager Nail Technician Hair Colorist Makeup Artist Cosmetic Buyer Perm Specialist Beauty Consultant/Trainer Beauty School Admissions Director Beauty Product Manufacturer Beauty Salon or Spa Receptionist Stylist or Makeup Artist for film, theater, fashion Beauty School Instructor Photo Stylist College Manager Health & Beauty Store Owner Spa Owner
All termination and cancellations must be in writing, signed and dated. The date the cancellation is postmarked will be deemed the cancellation date. For students who enroll in and begin classes, the following schedule of tuition adjustment will be considered to meet the minimum standards for refunds..01 – 4.9% % 5.0 – 9.9% % 10 – 14.9% % 15 – 24.9% % 25 – 49.9% % 50% & More % Students who have reached an elapsed time of 50.1% are liable for all of the tuition and are excluded from pro-rata refund calculations Students receiving Pell Grants will be subject to Federal pro-rata guidelines. Students not attending this institution for the first time will be charged using the above chart with the following change: percentage of actual attendance time will be changed to percentage of hours enrolled for. This will allow the school to charge the student for the hours they enrolled for, as per contract. (The school is ordered to comply with NACCAS termination policy and must terminate a student within 30 days of the last day of attendance if there is no prior notification.) The thirtieth day then constitutes the termination date. Any refund must be made within 30 days of that date. If a student fails to return from a leave of absence on the scheduled date of return, as documented in the students file, the documented date of return constitutes the formal termination date and any refund must be made within 30 days, unless student notifies the school that she will not be returning. The time elapsed between the last physical attendance and the termination date must not be included in the refund computations. In case of illness or disabling accident, death of a family member or circumstances beyond the control of the student, a settlement will be made that is both fair to the student and the school. If the school closes and no longer offers the courses after a student has enrolled, the student shall be entitled to a pro-rata refund. If a course is canceled subsequent to a students enrollment, and before instruction in the course has begun, the school shall at its option: Provide completion of the course or Provide a full refund of all monies paid with tuition adjustment guidelines If the school closes before the actual starting date, all monies paid shall be refunded. If a course is dropped after the student has started, either the course shall be completed or a pro-rata refund given. Refunds will be given in the following order: (1) Pell (2) Student An applicant not accepted by the school shall be entitled to refund of all monies paid, with the exception of a non-refundable application fee. Student cancels within three business days, all monies collected by the school shall be refunded, with the exception of the non-refundable application fee. Policy applies regardless of whether or not the student actually started training. Student must cancel in writing. Cancellation date determined by postmark or by date notification delivered in person. Student cancels after three business days, but prior to starting class, student entitled to full refund less the application fee, registration or enrollment fee. (Amount must be stated for each program.) Any monies due are refunded within 30 days of written cancellation or termination. If the student does not notify the school that he/she is withdrawing, formal termination shall be based on monitoring of participation determined by the institution: - academic counseling or advising - class - examinations - tutorials - computer-assisted instruction - other academically related activities Students who do not return from a leave of absence, last date of leave is used as the termination date. Costs not included in tuition are stated in catalog and on enrollment agreement. Any applicable teach-out plans for students participating in Title IV student financial assistance programs must comply with the following: - School closure plans must offer the student a reasonable opportunity to promptly resume and complete the canceled program(s) or similar program at an institution or institutions which offer similar educational programs. - Teach-out to be performed by an institution in the same geographic area as original school. - Teach-out school shall not change students more than the original school would have been entitled under its contract, and for which the student has not paid. Federally funded. Based on criteria provided by the Federal Department of Education. WBA is eligible to participate in this program by being nationally accredited. Assists low income families, single parent homes, newly separated and unemployed. You need to provide WBA with your previous years prepared Federal Income Tax form or any annual state from Social Security, Social Services, child support or unemployment. The following documents must also be provided: drivers license, social security card, and high school or GED diploma. Free assistance provided by administration to see if you are eligible. We will apply online for you to get a quick response. Alternative loan for higher education and specialized training programs. Available for those who have an adjusted family gross income of $60K or less. Must be member of farming family or resident of a small rural community i.e.: Marshall, Tekonsha, Athens, Three Rivers Requires co-signer. * All financial aid described is dependent upon meeting each programs criteria and maintaining standards of satisfactory progress while enrolled in any of WBAs programs. No time off without permission, a doctors excuse may be required after ill absences or irregular attendance. Frequent absences are cause for suspension or dismissal. The school does not tolerate the use of alcohol, narcotics, loud or profane language, dishonesty, insubordinance or combative actions. Violators will be subject to suspension, dismissal or legal action. Students agree to park in designated areas as assigned by the school. Students agree to keep their equipment and work areas clean and sanitary at all times. No gum chewing, eating, or drinking in unauthorized areas of the school. Students must maintain satisfactory progress as defined in school policy: 80% on written testing and a minimum of 70% of scheduled attendance. Students failing to meet both of these criteria will be given a probationary period as stated in policy. Students failing to meet standards during the probationary period will be terminated, lose financial aid or both. Any remaining balance will be paid by student. Students agree to obey the basic uniform code of black shirt or WBA t-shirt, black pants or skirt, hose or socks, closed toed shoes and nametag.
I94 / Exit 97 (Capital Ave.) Head North towards Red Lobster. Stay on Capital heading Downtown. Pass Columbia Ave., Territorial Lights. We are just before Washington Ave St. light on the left (across from Family Dollar Store). Exit 78 (Portage / Kilgore Rd.) Follow Kilgore Rd. to Lovers Lane, make a left turn at the light go past Millham light, bear to your right approx ½ mile. We will be on the right. Testimonials Facilities Wright Beauty Academy campuses have modern, large and comfortable offices and classrooms. Each clinic is fashioned to feel like a salon atmosphere. There is private free parking available and lunch rooms and lockers for student usage. Jessica and Victor Gieske are hands-on owners of Wright Beauty Academy. Both Jessica and Victor are licensed Cosmetology Instructors and qualified financial aid specialists. Wright Beauty Academy is a Michigan Corp. established in Hi – Im Kelsey Shortly after graduation, I found a position at an upscale salon & spa. My clientele is expanding. I love to work with color! Im still learning new tools of the trade to pass on to them. Im Denee I was a stay-home mother for 10 years! Now Im a stylist at a salon & spa. I like being able to express the artistic side of me on my clients. Cuts & Color are my favorites not to mention all the clients I have come to know. WBA locations / contact informationPage 1 Publication datePage 1 NACCAS contact informationPage 1 State Licensing informationPage 1 Admission Requirements Page 2 School Calendar / Observed Holidays / Closures Page 2 Programs & SchedulesPage 2 RegistrationPage 2 Uniform CodePage 2 Program Length / Detailed Hours Per Program Page 3 GradingPage 3 Non-Discrimination StatementPage 3 Housing & Other ServicesPage 3 Graduation Information Page 4 State Board Testing InformationPage 4 Placement PolicyPage 4 Records & Privacy RightsPage 4 Career OpportunitiesPage 4 School HoursPage 4 Financial AidPage 5 Program / Course Cancellation PolicyPage 5 Termination PolicyPage 5 Refund PolicyPage 5 Wright Beauty Academys Mission StatementPage 6 Facility InformationPage 6 Owner(s) InformationPage 6 TestimonialsPage 6 Table of ContentsPage 6 Wright Beauty Academy will provide the best education and training to students for careers in Cosmetology Arts and Sciences, and / or related fields. Provide a quality clinic environment where students can practice their new skills on the public in preparation for State of Michigan Board licensing exams. Prepare students for an outstanding career in the beauty industry.
Registration $ 50 Books/Equipment $ 500 Tuition $ 3650 Total Costs $4200 No time off without permission. A doctors excuse may be required with repeated absences or irregular attendance. The school does not tolerate the use of illegal drugs, alcohol, loud or profane language, dishonesty, insubordination or combative actions. Violators may be suspended or dropped. Students are to park in designated areas only. Students are to be in proper uniform: clean & professional at all times. Includes appropriate hair & makeup. No gum chewing, drinks or food allowed in unauthorized areas. Students agree to keep their area and the surrounding areas clean at all times. Shop duties are required and are part of the program. Students not meeting standards of satisfactory progress as defined in our policy will be put on probation. Failure to meet standards of satisfactory progress may result in termination. Policy is provided at orientation. Students kit & equipment until paid are to remain on school property. Students refusing clients will be sent home. Students are to be on time for class and follow their contracted hour schedule. If student is more than 10 minutes late they will be sent home. Students will sign in & out for breaks outside of building (still on school property). No more than 7 hours are allowed in one day. Habitual tardiness will result in suspension and/or dropped from the program. Programs are conducted on a clock hour basis; therefore makeup hours are not applicable. Makeup homework and assignments may be completed during regular class hours. The school will not add assignments, add or delete hours, or add additional penalties for any reason. No Cell Phones Registration$100 Book$ 50 Tuition$350 Total Costs$500 Registration$100 Book$ 50 Tuition$450 Total Costs$600 There is a nonrefundable student application fee of $50. Students are required to furnish there own uniforms (black pants, WBA T-shirts, shoes, hosiery) and school supplies (paper, writing utensils & small padlock.) Registration $ 50 Books/Equipment $ 500 Tuition $ 1950 Total Costs $2500 Registration $ 100 Books/Equipment $ 600 Tuition $ 9300 Total Costs $10,000 Portage Campus Owner – Victor Gieske Director – Cheryl Simmerman Financial Aid Officer – Rian Caldwell Registrar – Jolene Mehlhose Assistant – Alina Burr Manager – Whillock Koester Instructor – Pam Bain Instructor – Evelyn Kemp Instructor – Amber Conaty Instructor – Sandy Frame Battle Creek Campus Owner – Jessica Gieske Director – Cheryl Simmerman Registrar – Janet Scott Student Liaison. – Bonnie Moakley Instructor – Lindie Willson Instructor – Edie Keski Instructor – Laura Ruble Applicable for students that graduate from high school in 2010 and pre-enroll for class in either 2010 Summer or 2010 Fall Class.... Up to $1500 awarded* (Ask administration for details!) The scholarship program is non-competitive. Requires only 3 written references (non-family) and an essay by student about his/her career goals. *Awarded upon maintaining standards of satisfactory progress throughout enrollment and obtaining diploma within contract specifications. Not to be combined with any other awards or certificates.