Programs Offered

Barbering / Cosmetology

Recent Reviews

Yolanda Williams
5/25/2024 via Google
via Google

So yesterday, which was Friday May May 24 2024. I took my granddaughter to get a silk press done To her hair. So we got there at 9:30 we were able to sit down on the bench and wait at 10:15 am or 10:30 am They usually start. The young lady didn’t come for my granddaughter at 10:30 am to start the process of combing out my granddaughter’s hair, washing it & getting prepared for the silk press, but in the meantime, the show was a student that was going through some drama, and she just took it to all kinds of levels of loudness, unprofessionalism, and down right hood. I am so glad that she doesn’t have to do jail time I’m so glad that her mama is good and that her son Baby T Is gonna be all right from the time that my granddaughter and I were there I think she only did one person‘s hair besides her own so that makes two. The loudness was so bad that it overtook the noise of the construction Crew outside which was in front & on the side of the beauty school. So my granddaughter and I were there for approximately 6 Hours & some change, the three ladies at the front desk were very friendly, but they don’t always understand technology or something was wrong with all three of them. While talking on the phone wearing my headband that is also bluetooth connected and the youngest one in the green hair she didn’t want to sit at the desk because she thought I was talking to myself instead of asking me or doing like the older lady did that just came from her trip from Florida asked me was I talking to myself or was I talking to them when I had to demonstrate my Headband to them then they seem to understand. But in the end, my granddaughter did not get a silk press and I was not told that upon pay for what I asked for after you sign your name on the registration and you let them know what you want. They don’t tell you that till 10 minutes before the young lady with the braids Had to go to the dentist and she came to inform me that they did it old school so I paid for $40 for what I did not ask for because they did not have the equipment or the chemical in order to do the silk press & didn’t think to say anything . That was the only reason that they didn’t get a tip because we did not get what we asked for and no one felt and the whole six hours to tell us or to tell me the one with the wallet that I wasn’t getting what I paid for. Besides, not getting the silk press, they do offer a whole range of different things for size braids, and fixing your beers and waxings and doing your nails and baths all kinds of stuff. There’s only one bathroom.

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Emilia D.
2/8/2024 via Yelp
via Yelp

I am writing to express my sincere appreciation and admiration for the exceptional work at the Beauty College. The staff is professional, sociable, and...

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Siri A.
11/10/2023 via Yelp
via Yelp

Ms. Nicole, Instructor and Louis, Senior Professional Student performed an amazing job on my silk press today! Louis is a professional, he exuded great...

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In the School's Words

Montgomery Beauty & Barber School offers state-approved cosmetology and barbering programs. They are accredited by the National Accrediting Commission of Career Arts and Sciences and approved by the U.S. Department of Education—meaning you can apply for federal financial aid.

No matter what time of year it is, the school is open for enrollment. Daytime courses begin the first Monday of each month, and evening classes begin the first Tuesday of each month.

Students can finish their training in less than a year, and the school had a 1% licensure rate for its graduates in 219.

Montgomery Beauty & Barber School has trained students for exciting careers in Cosmetology and Professional Barbering in the Montgomery County/ DC Metro area for over 4 years. The School offers training for students who want to pursue a career in Cosmetology or Professional Barbering.

The school features modern beauty and barber equipment, separate theory classrooms, and a modern salon-shop environment where advanced students receive practical and clinical training.

The school features modern beauty, barber and esthetician equipment, separate theory classrooms, and a modern salon-spa environment where advanced students receive practical and clinical training.

Financial Aid and Accreditation

Montgomery Beauty & Barber School is approved by the U.S. Department of Education and is eligible to participate in Title IV Financial Aid Programs (to those who qualify). Our Financial Aid department is available to guide you through the application process for financial aid in your state.

Montgomery Beauty & Barber School is nationally accredited by the National Accrediting Commission of Career Arts and Sciences

Advantages of a career in cosmetology and professional barbering:

  • An in-demand career
  • Becoming a trained professional in less then a year
  • Great income potential
  • Job security
  • Using your creativity to help people look their best
  • Flexible hours
  • The opportunity to work in a variety of career options, from salon/shop owner or platform artist

Contact us today! We appreciate your interest and look forward to hearing from you!


Montgomery Beauty & Barber School offers the following programs:

Barbering / Cosmetology


Program Length 1,500 hours
Average Completion 13 months
Program Tuition $24,000

The Cosmetology program provides students with the knowledge and skills of the practice of hair, skin, and nail services. In addition, the program provides students technical instruction and practical training in the areas of hairdressing, health and safety, esthetics, manicuring, and pedicuring.

Learn basic manipulative skills, safety judgments, proper work habits, and desirable attitudes necessary to pass the State Board examination and for competency in entry-level positions in Cosmetology or related career fields.


Program Length 1,200 hours
Average Completion 12 months
Program Tuition $19,640

About This School

Accreditation or State Approval

One or more programs offered at this school is accredited by an agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. Accredited programs qualify graduates for applicable state licensing. In addition, accredited schools typically can offer more financial aid options, including federal financial aid. Learn more about accreditation and approval.

Financial Aid

57% of students received financial aid

On average, students received $2,301 in financial aid.

Student Body

Gender Ratio

77% Female, 23% Male

Race / Ethnicity Ratio

0% White, 72% Hispanic / Latino, 28% African American, 0% Asian American, 0% American Indian, 0% Hawaiian / Pacific, 0% Two or More, 0% Unknown

117 students are enrolled in this school

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Page last updated: 06/03/2024

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