Entrance Requirements

A personal interview and visit to the school is required of all prospective students. In addition, the student must:

  • Be a citizen of the United States or hold a recognized visa.
  • Be beyond the compulsory school age, and not attending a school of elementary or secondary level. Must be 17 years of age at examination/licensure.
  • Have a sufficient understanding of the English language, reading, writing, and speaking, which will be assessed during the entrance interview.
  • Have a high school diploma or GED. If the applicant does not have a high school diploma or GED then he/she must successfully pass the Wonderlic Test entrance examination. The Wonderlic Test will be administered by an independent tester. In lieu of the WBST, if a student has met the United States Department of Education ATB requirements prior to July 1, 2012 at another institution and can provide documentation of passing one of the following approved ATB tests: ASSET, CPAT, COMPASS, CELSA, CPT's, DTLS, WBST, and then he/she may be accepted into the program.

Enrollment Requirements

An applicant may enroll in the programs after the successful completion of the following criteria:

  • Meet all admission requirements.
  • Sign a contract/enrollment agreement with the school.
  • Obtain a class start date.
  • All requirements must be met prior to beginning class.

Enrollment/Starting Dates

Students may enroll during business hours at the Montgomery Beauty School.


Begins the first Monday of each month.


Begin the first Tuesday evening of each month.

Financial Aid

The school administers financial aid to provide monetary assistance to eligible students who are unable to attend or remain in school without aid. Financial aid supports the schools' goal for equality of educational opportunity and retention and is in accordance with the federal guidelines set by the Department of Health, Education and Welfare.
The Financial Aid Office is responsible for administering all federal financial aid programs, including Pell Grants, Direct Loans and PLUS Loans (parental loans for undergraduate students). All students who wish to be considered for financial aid must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) in order to determine eligibility for financial assistance. All forms and any additional information may be obtained from the Financial Aid Office.

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