Summit Salon Academy is a for-profit college located in Tacoma, Washington in the Seattle Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 111 undergraduate students. The Summit Salon Academy acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Cosmetology and Esthetician and Skin Care. Summit Salon Academy graduates 78% of its students.
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I like my school. For being fairly new although I feel that they need a little more organizing and staff. My class was shorted an entire section in our learning including the text book and the only reason I found out about it was because fortunately I missed a few days and was covering the lessons with another class. Although when I asked about it on behalf of my class I was given the run around, I asked one of the head educators who told me they "didn't know what to tell" me which I did not feel was a professional or acceptable answer especially when we are encouraged to go to them with any concerns we may have. I then went to one of the OWNERS of the school who directed me back to the educator who I asked to begin with. I also feel that we are understaffed because there has been many a time where I have to leave my client waiting for over five minutes because I am hunting down the educator in my zone only to find out that they are on yet another smoke break and did not bother to let anyone know. One of our educators even went as far as to say that it is ok for them to have a bad attitude because they are educators, but it is not ok for us as students to have bad attitudes.Which I do understand it is not ok to have a bad attitude period educator or not. While I feel that the school could use a little more professionalism and organization, the educators individually when I catch them on a good day all have lots of knowledge and experience to offer. It's just a shame that this kind of experience is not something you get every day only under certain circumstances.
Very Helpful – While I hear lots of complaints from other students who are usually waiting on a disbursment of a loan. I personally have yet to have a problem with financial aid advisor, he is always very helpful and knowledgable in any questions I may have and if he does not know the answer he will find it.
13Th Grade – A large majority of the girls here are fresh out of highshchool which can sometimes be frustrating because while I am trying to get my education there are people starting fights over mindless things and complaining about everything. They have a lot of growing up to do which can sometimes be distracting.