The next Day and Evening
Hairdressing programs begin January 21.
The Day Esthetics program begins April 15
Evening begins February 4.
There is still limit seating, so call or text today.
In order to apply, you must have a secondary school diploma or equivalent (GED), and be at least 16 years of age. This institution does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, age, ethnic origin, religion, color or socio-economic status.
Admission Process (and policy on non-discrimination Title IX)
Although the school does not have a formal closing date for applications, qualified students are accepted at any time prior to the first day of class, students are encouraged to apply early. We strongly urge prospective students to visit the campus. Bucks County School Of Beauty Culture, Inc. does not actively solicit students already attending or admitted to another school offering a similar program. Bucks County School of Beauty Culture admits students of any race, creed, color, age, religion, ethnic origin, national origin, sex or disability. The school is in compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. The Title IX coordinator is Steve Wallin, whose office is in the school building, 1761 Bustleton Pike, Feasterville, PA and available via phone at 215 322-0667 and receives email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to Apply
Application to the Bucks County School of Beauty Culture inc. may be done in various ways but most
commonly is done in the following two steps. Potential students are invited to attend a tour and information session which may be done either with a group or by private appointment. Anyone may utilize the private appointment and it is recommended for individuals that have special needs such as continuing education, transfers, or returning graduates. Information is presented using power point and covers admissions requirements, satisfactory academic progress, matriculation and credit for previous training, various program options, tuition and all other related costs. Candidates may choose to register at this time but are informed of the schools preference to attend a resource advising-financial aid session first. This allows potential students the opportunity to go home and discuss what they have learned prior to making a commitment to the school (registration). Most candidates receive a school catalogue via mail prior to their appointment to tour. Those that walk in without an appointment or those that have made their appointment too recently to mail are presented with a catalogue at this time. A sample enrollment agreement is mailed to the candidate following the tour.
The Resource or Financial Aid session is a private appointment with a professional advisor. Information
relevant to the candidates and/or parents income (usually by bringing the previous years 1040 income tax form) is used to calculate the amount projected to be received through the financial aid process. The advisor will then present various options for payment of the balance. The candidates may now register. Registration guarantees the candidate the tuition cost of the program and a seat as a student in the classroom or addition to the waiting list.
Students must be at least sixteen years of age and have completed high school or have completed the
recognized equivalent of a high school diploma, such as a general educational development or GED
certificate, or have completed home schooling at a secondary level as defined by state law.
Acceptable Admission Documentation: Copies of documentation listed below will be retained in the
- The high school diploma or official high school transcript with school seal affixed (original only, not a copy)
- Signed statement from an official at the high school or school district stating high school completion date (Original only, not a copy)
- The GED or copy of the GED official letter with passing scores
- Home Schooling completion documentation
Admissions Exceptions: A student may also be admitted if they are beyond the age of compulsory school attendance as prescribed by the state of Pennsylvania. (35 years of age or older) The student will need to provide a copy of one form of identification proving the student is at least 35 years of age (Please note a student would not be eligible to receive Title IV financial aid unless the student meets one of the recognized equivalents of a high school diploma) A student that is a senior in High School may be admitted if the student’s parent, guardian or the student’s guidance counselor provide documentation showing that the student fully intends to graduate from High School and signs a disclaimer acknowledging that the student will not be able to graduate from BCSBC until they graduate from High School.
Foreign Educational Requirements:
A student who has completed high school or postsecondary school in a foreign country must provide a copy of their original high school diploma and a valid English translation. You are required to have your foreign credentials evaluated by a foreign diploma evaluation service to show that you have the equivalent of a secondary education in the United States. Foreign students that are least 35 years old that cannot obtain their high school diplomas from their native country may be admitted as prescribed under the Admission Exceptions requirement for compulsory school age.
Credit for Previous Training:
Documentation from the school in the form of a graduation certificate/diploma and/or state license is
required. Students may receive credit for all or some of the clock hours earned previously in a cosmetology school. The matriculation of clock hours is based on achieving the candidates desired end result, noting that this institutions programs are measured in weeks. The receiving institution, rather than the previous training institution, decides whether to accept clock hours for transfer and where those hours are to be applied within the scope of this schools programming. Students seeking a transfer should notify the admissions office of their intent, usually during the tour and information session. (See How to Apply) The transfer of clock hours earned at other recognized institutions may be granted at the discretion of the school director. Students are responsible for requesting transfer from other institutions and securing the official documentatation. Assistance is available from this school's office for those challenged by this process.
Though it is not an admissions requirement, it is important to note that the application for testing in Pennsylvania asks “If you have been convicted (found guilty, pled guilty or pled nolo contendere), received probation without verdict or accelerated disposition (ARD), as to any criminal charges, felony or misdemeanor, including any drug law violations. Note: You are not required to disclose any ARD or other criminal matter that has been expunged by order of court.”
If you don't have a high school diploma, you can enroll in our programs by obtaining a GED. The GED is available by independent 3rd party test centers. Call a test center for more information.
You usually don't need to take classes although you may want to
Some test centers allow you to take a practice test to see if you are ready.
The cost is minimal, approx. $30 per module for the test, and varies by test center.
Instruction is available at some test centers to help you prepare for the test.
The time needed for instruction and testing varies with each test center.
The school has no "on campus" housing. These links are only to assist you and BCSBC is not endorsing any of these locations or services.
Weekly group and individual
tours available. Call today to
reserve your spot!
Call or Text 215-322-0667
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