Information about Our Cosmetology Programs in Kansas City
If you’re interested in becoming a student at House of Heavilin, we have provided our student information catalog to answer any questions you may have. The catalog is broken up into the following sections:
- Owners, Locations, and Instructors
- Licensing Requirements, Mission Statement, Goal, School Hours, Class Start Dates
- Career Opportunities and Expectations of Cosmetology and It’s Related Sciences
- Admission and Graduation Requirements, Readmission and Transfer Policies
- Accreditation, Right to Privacy, Sexual Harassment, Campus Security, and Extra Instructional Charges
- School Rules
- Graduation Rates
- Instructor Training
- Esthetics, Nail Technology
- Barbering, Barbering Crossover
- Satisfactory Progress Policy, Medical Leave Policy, Evaluation Standards
- Refund Policy, Grievance Policy
- Contact Information for Admissions, Title IX, Campuses, Emergency Hotline, Websites
We are accredited by the National Accrediting Commission of Career Arts and Sciences and strive to provide the best education for students of every age, race, gender, and creative inclination. We are also a Pivot Point Member School, providing a curriculum that focuses on providing the experience necessary for our graduates to begin working in a high-end salon and spa settings. We offer affordable prices for our classes, listed in the catalog, and have three campuses in the metropolitan Kansas City area, making it easy for you to commute locally to beauty school.
In addition to preparing students for licensing in Cosmetology and Barbering, we also offer Instructor Training. With this degree, you can become a licensed Missouri Cosmetology Instructor, teaching future students the art of cosmetology. This program consists of 600 hours in courses such as business experience, psychology, practice teaching, and more. If you wish to join our staff or become an instructor at an alternative beauty school, we can help you get there.
The Cosmetology Program is designed to prepare you for licensing as a Missouri Cosmetologist. You will complete 1,500 hours in various courses, including shampooing, facials, hair coloring, state law requirements, and more.
With a degree in cosmetology, you can begin working as a licensed cosmetologist in the creative arts. There is a myriad of unique career opportunities available for cosmetologists in the Kansas City area. To read more about potential jobs, check out the “Career Opportunities” page in the Student Information Catalog.
Barber Crossover Program
We also offer the Barber Crossover Program, which is designed to prepare a licensed Missouri Cosmetologist for their Barber licensing. This program is only 45 hours and consists of the barbering courses not already completed in the original cosmetology program.
Getting licensed as a Missouri Barber can help you expand your skills as well as increase your marketability in the modern workforce.
Read our Student Information Catalog to learn more! A paper copy is available upon request.