Course Description

Our skin care program will train you in chemistry, anatomy and physiology providing essential information regarding treatment decisions with the Bioelements skin care system.

Skin analysis
Facials massage/mask therapy
Skin theory/practical training
Hair removal
Health of skin/nutrition
Make-up application/techniques
Product/sales knowledge


Facials, skin analysis, massage for the face, mask therapy, hair removal (waxing), and skin nutrition, practical training, aromatherapy, make-up application and technique, skin disorders and diseases, skin structure, product usage, product sales and knowledge.


Full-Time Esthetician: 35-40 Hours are required per week. The course, for full and part time, takes 400 hours (the first 100 spent in the classroom as a junior student, the rest are spent out on the floor as a senior student working on clients).

Part-Time Esthetician: 20-40 hours are required per week

Every other Saturday is required, after accomplishing the 100 hours and becoming a senior student.

School Hours

9:00am – 4:30pm Monday-Friday

8:30am – 4:00pm Saturday


All French Academy Students must pass with a minimum of 80% grade level in all Subjects.

Dress Code

Black pants or skirt.
Black, white or gray shirt
No sleeveless shirts.
Totally enclosed black shoes, height is up to you.
Apron and name tag (that are provided) must be worn at all times.

Grading System

80-100 Satisfactory/Passing

79 & below Unsatisfactory/Failing

Full Time

Tuition Total: $4,545.00
Total Hours: 400 hours
Length of Classes: 12 weeks

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Part Time

Tuition Total: $5,660.00
Total Hours: 400 hours
Length of Classes: 5 months

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Revised date March 23, 2018 - Call for current pricing 6 months after revised date

A non-refundable Application fee of $100.00 is due the day student signs Enrollment Agreement contract.

Acceptable payment methods include cash, check or money order.

Esthetician Gainful Employment



French Academy Esthetician Gainful Employment Disclosure

According to NACCAS reporting requirements, job placement rate is calculated based upon students who graduated in 2014, who were eligible to sit for state board licensing and who were employed in a field for which their training prepared them by November 30, 2015.  A graduate may be considered ineligible for job placement rate reporting if he/she has become deceased, permanently disabled, been deployed for military service, is under a student visa and is ineligible for employment in the U.S. or has continued education at an institution In the same ownership. 

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