Questions and Answers
How long does the training take?
Hairdressing is 1650 hours, and we suggest our students expect to complete
the program in about 12 months.
Esthetician is 350 hours and we expect our students to complete this program
in 10 1/2 weeks.
What hours am I required to attend?
Students must attend class daily from Wednesday through Saturday. Most students
attend the following hours:
Wednesday 9 am-7 pm
Thursday 9 am - 7 pm
Friday 9am - 7pm
Saturday 9am - 5pm
The director may make an exception to this schedule and approve a student
to clock out at 5 pm for an evening job, but all students must attend a
minimum of 30 hours per week for full-time attendance.
Do you have a part-time or evening program?
No, not at this time.
How much does it cost to go to school?
Hairdressing is $8,350. Please click here for more financial information.
Esthetics is $6,180. Please click here for more financial information.
How do I apply?
To be enrolled, you must:
- pass our online entrance exam
- be a minimum of 18 years old
- have either a high school diploma or a GED
- interview with the director of the school
- be accepted by the director
- make acceptable financial arrangements,
- sign an enrollment contract at least 30 days before your start date.
This process alone can take up to 30 days.
Click on this link which takes you to Enroll Here to start the process.
When does the next class start?
We start new students on the first Wednesday of most months.
Our master calendar fills up quickly.
How does your school teach your curriculum?
We teach using many layers. Step #1 is A Priori and step #2 A Posteriori. In step #1 a priori, we use a textbook, a workbook, Milady's online test prep, theory classes, handouts, online resources, and demonstrations. This gets the information into your mind. Then, in step #2 a posteriori, YOU must apply what you have learned. We suggest that you put this information into use within 24 hours. In doing this you put these skills into your hands. Simply sitting through a class but not putting what you learn into direct application does not teach you a skill that you will own, you simply borrow it for the length of the class. This "a priori / a posteriori" technique teaches you skills at a much deeper level so that you can be proficient in these skills after you graduate from your program.
Do you take FAFSA?
No. We do not take JTPA or DVR funding, FAFSA, or Tlingit / Haida native corporation funding.
Each year we get questions about writing off your training cost on your taxes. This is what the tax code says.
To write off your school training costs the institution must be a college, university, trade school, or other postsecondary educational institution which is eligible to participate in a student aid program run by the U.S. Department of Education. This includes most accredited public, nonprofit and privately-owned-for-profit postsecondary institutions.
MetrOasis does not participate in any U.S. financial aid programs operated by the federal government so we are not a qualifying school, so, most likely you will not be able to write your training costs off of your taxes.
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