About

Philosophy and Goals –Mission Statement

 

Our basic philosophy is to offer training to prepare successful graduates with the skills needed to secure employment in cosmetology arts and sciences, and /or other related fields.  With this in mind, we continually survey the profession to keep abreast of current trends, designs and techniques required by employers.  Teachers give “individual” as well as “class” instruction.  This combination helps serious students to realize their goals.

The highest academic and career standards are maintained to assure graduates of superior capability in their profession.  The curriculum is flexible enough to allow for new procedures and techniques as they are developed, yet solid enough to maintain high academic standards.  The final objective is, of course, to graduate students who will secure and retain employment and advance their profession.

Administration

Lancaster Beauty School is owned by Gail Miner, and is under her directorship.  Gail Miner has been active in all phases of the cosmetology profession for over 30 years as a teacher, financial aid officer, director, administrator, and school owner.

Facilities

Lancaster Beauty School is located at 44646 North 10th Street West, close to the center of town.  The school has a parking area of over 36,000 square feet.  In the school there are designated areas for Freshmen, Seniors, theory, manicuring, barbering and facials.  There is also a student lounge, patio, facial room and library.  The school accommodates approximately 200 students at any one time in an area of 10,675 square feet.  Administrative Office is located at 44636 10th Street West.

The school’s facilities and equipment are modern in design and function.  The atmosphere provides an ideal environment for learning the profession of beauty and cosmetology.

History

Lancaster Beauty School was founded in 1960.  The intent of the school has been to provide the Antelope Valley with a quality educational and training program in all phases of cosmetology.

Professional Membership

Our school and faculty are active in the following organizations:

  • California Cosmetology Association
  • California Teachers’ Association
  • National Federation of Independent Businesses. Inc.
  • Lancaster Chamber of Commerce
  • American Association of Cosmetology Schools
  • Regional Occupational Program
  • California Association of Private Postsecondary Schools

Approvals

The College is approved by the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Vocational Education, State of California, as a training institution to qualify graduates for State Licenses, as a Cosmetologist, or Cosmetology Instructor, Barbers, Manicurist or Esthetician.  The College is also approved or registered with agencies that provide financial or other assistance to students.

  • State Department of Rehabilitation
  • United States Department of Education
  • R.O.P. Programs – Kern County
  • WIA – Work Enforcement Act
  • Board of Barbering and Cosmetology
  • Bureau for Private Post Secondary Education – P.O. Box 980818, West Sacramento,  CA  95798-0818,  888-370-7589
  • Department of Consumer Affairs – 1625 North Market Blvd. Suite N112, Sacramento,  CA  95834  800-958-5210 –
  • U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs

Accreditation

This Institution is accredited by the National Accrediting Commission of Career Arts and Sciences, Inc. (NACCAS) an agency recognized by the United States Department of Education for accredition of cosmetology schools.  As an accredited institution, Lancaster Beauty School participates in Title IV financial aid programs, enabling qualified studnets to receive financial assistance for tuition and other costs.

For more information, contact the Director, National Accreditation Commission of Career Arts and Sciences, Inc. 4401 Ford Ave., Suite 1300, Alexandria, VA  22302. Tel.  703-600-7600.

BPPE Annual Report 2012