|Name & Email||Conference||Website||Phone|
|Lucille Rowley||4th Period||Web Site||832-484-4985|
Cosmetology I and II
Cosmetology is a two-year program designed to teach students the profession of beauty culture. One class period is devoted to classroom work for the study of cosmetology theory. Two class periods each day are devoted to practice in the laboratory to increase each student’s manipulative skills. After two years the students will have fulfilled the 1500–hour requirement to take the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR) examination to become a licensed hairstylist. Occupational opportunities are hairstylist, platform artist, wig stylist, manicurist, makeup artist, manager of beauty a supply firm or beauty salon, owner of beauty salon and color technician. Students are responsible for the cost of materials used in projects associated with the vocational organization SkillsUSA. Students enrolled in Cosmetology I and II are responsible for the required supplies pertaining to the program. Once the required hours are met, TDLR requires a written exam fee of approximately $50.00 and a practical exam fee of $78.00. The written exam must be passed before applying for the practical exam. Students eligible for the exam are responsible for the exam fees. Cosmetology II students will be required to enroll in an 8th period class (Problems and Solutions) to meet the required state hours. In ordered to be accepted to Cosmetology II a student must have a minimum of 430-450 hours and pass the Cosmetology I course.