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School in the News: Ogle School

School in the News: Ogle School

As the beauty industry continues to evolve, Ogle School is proud to announce the launch of its Hybrid Cosmetology and Esthetics Programs across six campuses in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. This innovative program combines hands-on training with flexible online learning, providing students with a comprehensive beauty education tailored to meet the industry’s evolving demands.

Students in the hybrid cosmetology and esthetics programs can gain proficiency in a wide range of techniques, from hair styling and coloring to skincare and makeup application. Through modern facilities and experienced instructors, students will have the opportunity to refine their skills and prepare for successful careers in the beauty industry.

The program’s hybrid schedule offers flexibility for students to balance their education with other commitments, making it accessible to individuals from diverse backgrounds. By blending 10 hours of online coursework with 17.5 hours of in-person practical training, students can learn at their own pace while still benefiting from valuable hands-on experience in as little as 27.5 hours per week. 

“We are thrilled to introduce the hybrid cosmetology and esthetics programs to our campuses in Dallas-Fort Worth,” said John Blair, CEO at Ogle School. “This program represents our commitment to providing innovative education that prepares committed students for rewarding careers in the evolving beauty industry. By offering distance education and on-premises training, we aim to empower our students to succeed in their careers.”

In addition to a comprehensive curriculum, the Hybrid Cosmetology and Esthetics Programs at Ogle School prioritizes student success and career readiness. The 2022 cohort of students achieved strong outcomes, including a 98% licensure rate. “We are immensely proud of the achievements of our 2022 cohort,” said Kim Layton, VP of Education at Ogle School. “Their success is a testament to our passion for helping dedicated students fulfill their dreams of becoming licensed beauty professionals. We are confident that the hybrid cosmetology and esthetics programs will continue to produce high caliber graduates who are prepared for rewarding careers in the beauty industry.”

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