Admissions

Mr. Leon's

School of Hair Design

Admissions Process

Mr. Leon's has open enrollment many times throughout the year, 2017/2018 dates are listed below.

Please see the following policies and regulations for specific information.

To begin the enrollment process contact the school by phone at 208-882-2923 or email klbwsalisbury@aol.com Please call Linda Emerson at our Lewiston Campus at 208.743.6822 or Lisa Salibury at our Moscow Campus at 208.301.3770.  

 

Admission Dates

Students may register any day school is in session prior to the following2017/2018 school year enrollment datesJ

January 12, 2017

 
Apri 18,2017  
June 20,2017  

August 22,2017

September 19,2017

 
November 7,2017  
January 16,2018  

*Note: Dates of classes may vary

 

Admissions Policies

(Procedures and Standards)

For Cosmetology, Nail Technology, Teacher Training

The school admits as regular students:

1.    High School Graduates

2.    Holders of High School Equivalency certificates (GED’s)

3.    Drivers License, State ID or Birth Certificate

4.    Marriage License (if applicable)

5.    Idaho Cosmetology License ( For all Student Instructors)

6.    Home Schooling Diploma that is approved by the State as a valid diploma.

7     We do not accept ATB Testing

8.    Associates degree

 

Any student that withdraws from school will be re-enrolled providing that he/she has left in good standing. Good standing meaning: good attendance, no less than 70% grade average, all money to the school has been paid in full and the student has had a good attitude towards students and staff. If the absence has been three months or less, there is an enrollment fee of $100.00 and the cost of tuition based on the current rate for completion of hours. A new contract must be signed.

 

Transfer Students

Previous Cosmetology Training

Previous cosmetology training will be evaluated and credited according to evaluation by the Manager.  Hours and operations from another school and state must also be accepted by the Idaho Cosmetology Board. The school maintains a written record of previous education and training of the veteran, which clearly indicates appropriate credit has been given by the school for previous education and training, with the training period shortened proportionately, and the person notified.  We do accept all transfer hours.

*We do not recruit students already attending other schools offering a similar program of study.

 

Statement of Nondiscrimination

We hereby agree that we will comply with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1984 (PL-88-352) and all requirements imposed by or pursuant to the regulations of the Department of Health, Education and Welfare (45 CFR, Part 80) issued pursuant to the title, the act, and the regulation: no person in the United States shall, on the grounds of race, age, creed, sex, ethnic origin, color, religion, or national origin, be excluded from participating in, be denied the benefits  of, or be otherwise subject to discrimination under any program or activity.

Request a copy of our catalog for all things listed for further detailed information.