The next available full-time start date at ARROJO Cosmetology School TRIBECA is March 14th, 2016. Enrolling in a full-time program means you will be able to join the hairdressing industry in approximately seven months. Keep reading for more information, including details on taking a tour of our modern campus.
ABOUT OUR SCHOOL
With small-class-numbers (16 students per class is the limit) we believe in giving each student individual attention. The goal is to nurture development, step by step by step. The curriculum is taught using traditional and non-traditional teaching methods, with lots of activity-based learning.
The course covers all New York State Board requirements. Curriculum highlights include nine ARROJO haircuts all students must learn. This is a specific system of cutting developed and practiced by Nick Arrojo, with all of the cuts - classic one-length bob with bangs, layered bob, graduated bob; classic graduation, rounded graduation, tight graduation; classic square layer, classic long layer, and classic round layer - exploring geometric yet organic shape. Together these techniques give hairdressers the ability to improve all their cuts from the most simple to the most dynamic. These techniques define our approach to modern and creative, precision-based hairstyling.
As the schools are connected to the world-renowned ARROJO studio (TriBeCa and SoHo), we can give our students the unique experience of this world by bringing in master stylists to teach advanced techniques, and provide inspiration. With our culture of integrity excellence, with our exposure to excellence, we believe we produce the best cosmetology graduates in America.
To see what we do for yourself, we encourage you to take a tour of our campus. On the tour, you will be guided by the Admissions Director, and offered the chance to speak to School Directors and current students.
To arrange a tour, or to talk about enrollment, please call: .646.979.2265 x411. Or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
ARROJO Cosmetology School is approved for participation in federal financial aid programs.