Raphael's Beauty - Boardman is a for-profit college located in Boardman, Ohio in the Youngstown Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 91 undergraduate students. The Raphael's Beauty - Boardman acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Cosmetology, Nail Technician, and Massage Therapy and Bodywork. Raphael's Beauty - Boardman graduates 57% of its students.
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Raphael's School of Beauty Culture Inc. Academic Flexibility – Since Raphael's is a cosmetology school, there isn't much flexibility for courses. As with all cosmetology programs, each student must attend a certain number of hours (in addition to practical and theory work) in order to graduate. Basically, if you don't show up, you cannot clock any hours. Simple as that. There is a very strict timeline to follow, regardless of your major. Since I am a Nail Tech, my program only lasts for 3 months. In those 3 months, I have to attend 300 hours of class in order to be eligible to take the State Boards. While you can choose how many hours you stay in the day (varying from 5 and a half hours to 8 hours four to five days a week), you have to be mindful of how many hours you average in a month so that you do not fall behind.