Tired your current job? You are not alone - I have been there too!
I practiced law but was unhappy, so I changed my life, shifted my energy to the beauty industry and started Salon Boutique Academy, where we have helped more than 280 women just like you get rid of a job they hated and start a career that they LOVE and are proud of.
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4135 Beltline Road, Suite 102, in Addison, TX, Just west of Midway Rd.
In the heart of the DFW Metroplex with its vibrant nightlife, dining, and shopping
8,500 sq. ft. facility with modern cosmetology tools and equipment
Campus is on the DART bus line
Our Experience Matters!
We are proud to offer a more than 110 years of combined industry experience amongst the educators at the Academy
We are operated by a licensed instructor who has 19 years of industry experience, 13 of which have been focused in esthetics and cosmetology education
We employ several educators who also continue to work behind the chair and manage businesses outside of the school, so students receive not only theory knowledge but practical advice from teachers who are living what they teach
Our Academy has been in business for 7 years:
We are state-approved
Approved to participate in Department of Education federal funding programs
Facilites & Services Available to Students With Disabilites
As required by law, Salon Boutique Academy will make reasonable accommodations for known physical or mental disabilities of an otherwise qualified student. No individual with a disability (physical or mental impairment) will be excluded from enrolling in a course of instruction because of their disability if it can be determined that the student can benefit from the training. Salon Boutique Academy will exert its best effort to provide requested reasonable accommodation. Any qualified individual with a disability requesting a reasonable accommodation should follow this procedure:
Notify the Director in writing of the type of accommodation(s) needed, date needed, documentation of the nature and extent of the disability and of the need for the accommodation or auxiliary aids.
The request should be made prior to enrollment. Should a current student need accommodations, the student should follow this procedure as soon as the need for accommodations is known.
You may contact the School Director by telephone at 214-263-3276
The Director will respond in writing within two weeks of receiving the request letting the student know if a reasonable accommodation can be granted.