Every year, private post-secondary schools (for-profit trade schools) throughout the country are required to post their results on their websites. This allows prospective students to evaluate whether the school to which they apply can provide value for the money the student invests in their education.
Students leave schools for a variety of reasons. Some students move. Others decide that the hours of study are not for them. Others need to join the workforce immediately and find a job is another field. Some students are expelled, because they cannot make the grades, or attendance, or fall behind on payments.
But students who are motivated can easily make it through, get a license and find a job. CAL CBC is dedicated to helping all of our students reach this goal. We refuse to allow a single student to not reach their full potential.
The Department of Education has established minimum standards for graduation, license and job-placement rates. In our first two years, California College of Barbering and Cosmetology exceeded all these standards.
CAL CBC had 83 students who were scheduled to graduate in 2017
Of those, 65 graduated, 49 took the exam of which 42 passed and 40 students ended up with good jobs in the Beauty Services field. (Some may have gone to work in other fields, but we only track Beauty Services. Also, for the time being, the Government does not recognize receptionist jobs in salons, despite the fact that this is a standard entry route into the field.)
Percentage of enrolled Students who graduate:
Federal Minimums: 50%
CAL CBC Graduation Rate: 78%
Took the exams and passed:
Federal Minimums: 70%
CAL CBC Licensure Rate: 86%
Eligible students who found jobs:
Federal Minimums: 60%
CAL CBC Placement Rate: 62%
Here are the links to the 2017 documents:
2017 School Performance Fact Sheets
Following are additional required consumer disclosures: