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Cosmetology School of Arts and Sciences

529 Overland Ave.

Burley, Idaho 83318 

Phone: (208) 678-4454

Fax: (208) 678-0741




Our school is owned and operated by

LaDonn Goodfellow and Ronda Clark



Financial - Administrative Director                        LaDonn Goodfellow

Education- Administrative Director                        Ronda Clark

Financial Aid Director                                          Loni Statham


LaDonn Goodfellow, Ronda Clark, Lysene Burgi, Amber

Eggleston, Jessica Clark, Shanna DeLeon,Tori Goodfellow &  Sara Jane Rich


Mission Statement

The purpose of the Cosmetology School of Arts and Sciences is to provide students with a quality education that will prepare them for entry-level positions in commercial beauty salons. We will attain this by instructing students in the basic course of Cosmetology, Nail Technology, Esthetics and Student Instructor. It is the goal of the school that the students learn the necessary skills and knowledge of all the areas of Cosmetology needed to successfully pass the State of Idaho Licensing examinations.


The school will demonstrate and test on each chapter in the Milady's textbook along with the Idaho State Laws of Cosmetology governing the cosmetology profession, to ensure that each student will be given the opportunity to learn so they may be successful in gaining employment in the Cosmetology Field.


The school will strive to maintain a successful business while providing a quality education using the most practically sound educational tools.



The State of Idaho Licensing Exam is given in the English language only, therefore our curriculm is only taught in English.


We observe the following holidays:

New Year's                       Labor Day

Memorial Day       Thanksgiving Day

Independence Day           Christmas


Enrollment and Admissions

Orientation will be held on the first Tuesday of every month. Classes beginning on the first Wednesday of every month. Registration can be done beforehand or on the same day as orientation.

To be admitted as a student all applicants must:

  •    Submit a completed application form.
  •    Pay a $120.00 non - refundable enrollment/drug test fee
  •    Provide a copy of their high school diploma, GED (high school equivalent).
  •    Provide proof of age, birth certificate or Drivers License.

 As a Student Instructor:

  •     All of the above. 
  •     Provide a copy of Cosmetology license.
  •     Provide information on eligibility of needing the 500 or 1000-hour course pursuant to
  •     Idaho State Laws.


Pell Grants and Student Loans

Title IV Federal Pell Grants and Direct Student Loans are available to qualified students based on financial need. The free Pell Grant FAFSA applications are available at the school office. These can be filled out in person or electronically on the Web. Please see our links page for the fafsa website. Our school code is #038432. For help with the FAFSA you can contact Loni Statham,our Financial Aid Officer at the Cosmetology School


Once a person has been accepted as a student of our school he/she will sign a contract with payment terms and rules and regulations of the school. This is a legal and  binding contract. Contract overages will be required to pay a daily fee for any additional instruction.

Statement of Non-Discrimination

The Cosmetology School of Arts and Sciences practices no discrimination based on gender/sex, age, financial status, religion, and race/color, ethnic origin or sexual preference.


Credit and Transfer Students

The Cosmetology School will accept transfer students from another school with proper documentation. We reserve the right to test the students for proper placement in the course, we also reserve the right to require additional hours depending on whether we feel the student is capable of passing the State of Idaho's Licensing exam. This could also warrant additional money per hour if we feel the extra hours are needed.


However, we do not recruit students already attending or admitted to another school offering a similar program of study.


Grading System

The Cosmetology School, the State of Idaho along with the Federal Government in order to receive the Title IV Pell Grants, requires a minimum of 75% in all areas: attendance, academic, and sanitation in order to be considered making Satisfactory Progress.


Students are evaluated on a monthly base. In doing so, the college is assuming a Pro-Active posture, intended to better serve its students.


Institutionally Approved Leave of Absence

An enrolled student will be allowed to take an approved leave of absence, as long as it falls within the schools parameters.


Any student who fails to show up for school without an approved leave of absence, for more then 14 consecutive days pursuant to Federal Law will be terminated and re-admission will be at the discretion of the school.


Tuition and Fees

The School will include a copy of the tuition, fees and payment terms along with the application in this packet.


Courses Offered at the Cosmetology School

  •                 Cosmetology            2000 hours
  •                 Nail Technology         400 hours
  •                  Esthetician                600 hours
  •                  Instructor Training    500 hours
  •                  Instructor Training  1000 hours

Graduation Requirements

In order to graduate from the Cosmetology School you must complete the required hours for the given course along with the schools required curriculum, pass the final examination, and all tuition and fees must be paid in full prior to graduation. School requirements are listed in our student catalog and will be discussed during orientation.


*When a student meets all the requirements of the school they will be issued a diploma of graduation. At that time you will be eligible to apply for the State of Idaho's licensing exam.


Refund Policy

If a student or parent of a student cancels enrollment within three business days of the signing of the contract  money paid by student or parent will be refunded regardless whether or not the student has begun training. The postmark on the written notification will determine the cancellation date. If a cancellation occurs after three business days of the signing of the contract all monies paid to the school by the parent or student  will be refunded , less the enrollment/drug test fee of $120.00.


No refunds will be given on any items such as supplies, books, and school approved jacket unless it is returned in new unopened condition.


Any student who enrolls in and begins class after the three business days, will follow the refund policy set out by the school that is used to determine the refund amount. The schedule is published in the student catalog and will be discussed during orientation.


State Licensing Requirements  


After completion of each course, in order to obtain a license you will be required to submit an application to the State with the appropriate exam and licensing fee.  The address is :

Idaho State Board of Cosmetology, Bureau of Occupational Licenses, P.O. Box 83720, Boise ID 83720-0063  

Please check our links page for IBOL website

For all the given courses:

Practical Examination Fee:          $104.00

Written Exam Fee:                      $  62.00


The State of Idaho License fee is:

Cosmetology             $10.00              Nail Technology            $10.00

Esthetics                    $10.00             Instructors                    $15.00

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