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Monday, May 15, 2017

Cosmetology Department visits The Continental School of Beauty

Front, left to right: Makaila Brown, Tori Wilkerson, Kaylee Welch, Meagen Yingling, Morgan Spinks
Middle, left to right: Carlee Cirko, Hannah Bosworth, Kennedy Dates, Kacie Appleby, Julia Bosworth, Sam Heffner, Chantel Good, Alyson Groves,Kaylee Turk
Back. left to right: Hannah Barr. Rachael Hatch, Nikki Roller, Kasey Sheehy. Hailee Perkins
 The Cosmetology Department had a field trip Tuesday, May 9, 2017, to the Continental School of Beauty. The Continental School of Beauty that was visited is located in Olean, NY. Five other campuses are located in different parts of New York state that can be chosen from for fields of study There are several programs of study that are offered there, including: Hairdressing and Cosmetology, Barbering, Esthetics, Nail Specialty, and Esthetics and Nails Specialty combined. Scholarships and financial aid are both offered to prospective students. This field trip allowed these young ladies to explore an option available to them for furthering their education in their desired trade.


Anonymous said...

Time after time, I've looked at pictures and read stories here about students representing their schools at different events, speaking at the Rotary, etc., I end up getting more discouraged every time I see one. I've gotten to the point where I feel compelled to say something. Maybe I'm just old school (and I know I'll get some flack for this constructive criticism--and that is truly all it is) but, I would think these young ladies would have at least dressed the part and did something their hair prior to visiting Continental. Not only are they representing their home schools and the CTC but, they're presenting themselves as possible applicants to this school as well. I don't know about anyone else but, when I go to get my hair cut, nails done, etc. how the cosmetologist presents herself makes a definite impression. If you can't be bothered to do anything with your own hair then why would I think you would care in the least about, or put any effort into, the end result of mine?

I understand 10:46 said...

That is really well said 10:46. The profession is a very lucrative endeavor if approached correctly. I now understand why the CTC is ending the Cosmetology course.

K said...

If you knew anything you would know that how we dress and present ourselves isn't why the CTC is closing. We were told by a teacher that we should wear jeans and a tee. We also weren't doing anyone's hair, make up or application at continental. We were only touring the school and sitting in a room all day. I hope that your snarky comment hits you when one of us do your hair in the future.

Unknown said...

I agree. These girls should look professional. You can look put together in jeans and a t-shirt, however, none of them do. I will never go to the CTC for a haircut, due to the immaturity level when you walk into the room.

T said...

This is getting truly ridiculous. All I can say is I really hope that this isn't any of the teachers that work at continental or for that matter any of the students that are commenting rude, ignorant stuff about the CTC students. If so, I think it's time you refer back to the earlier chapters until you find the chapter "professionalism in the workplace" and study it a lot better because this is definitely not professional behavior, it's actually low and very unprofessional to be harassing young teenagers on social media, especially when it's something most of these students pictured have a passion for. I'll have you know that multiple students had asked the teacher prior to the field trip if there was anything in particular we should wear and we were told each time "no, not really because it's just a tour to explore future options." You are all acting like it was some high quality fashion show we were attending.

K said...

I also love how your comments don't matter and don't make a difference. I don't know why you're expecting a 5 star hair salon. We are high schoolers learning.