Host District: Willoughby-Eastlake & South-Euclid Lyndhurst
Program Location: Willoughby-Eastlake Career Academy and Brush High School
Senior students attend the Cosmetology program at Brush High School.
Junior students attend the Cosmetology program at Willoughby-Eastlake Career Academy.  
Willoughby-Eastlake Program Teacher: Mindy Montello 
Phone: (440)975-3686 
Brush Program Teacher: Kathy Gracco(AM teacher)
Phone: (216)691-2095
Fax: (216)691-2064
Brush Program Teacher: Brenda Haddon (PM teacher)
Phone: (216)691-2095
Fax: (216)691-2064
Credits: 3.0/year for lab, 0.5 for related class
Junior Hours: 7:50 a.m.-10:20 a.m. 
Senior Hours: 12:13 p.m.-2:52 p.m. 
Successful completion of the program will provide the student with the following knowledge and skills:
Sanitation procedures
Anatomy and physiology
Basic chemistry
Business management
Hair care procedures
Skin care
Nail care
Salon safety procedures
English composition
“Beyond the Chair” program in partnership with Cleveland Clinic
150 hour salon internship
Professional ethics
Students who successfully pass the Ohio State Board of Cosmetology State Examination will receive a state Board of Cosmetology license.
Articulated College Credit
3 articulated credits are available to students who meet the eligibility requirements through Lakeland Community College.
Junior Year
The cosmetology two-year program is designed to introduce students to fundamental training and experiences needed for successful Ohio State Board of Cosmetology licensing.
Senior Year
The cosmetology two-year program continues in grade 12 with related and practical experiences designed to assist the student in developing specific skills and scientific knowledge necessary for entering the workplace as a licensed Ohio cosmetologist.
Suggested Preparation:
Junior student schedules must include math, science and English. These hours are reported to the state for the licensing requirement.
Academic Day:
Students remain at Brush High School for program time only. Students return to home schools for academics.
Student Organization:
Program Fees:
Certificate of Completion:
Students who have satisfactorily completed the two-year training period and who have a minimum of 90% attendance will receive a Career Technical Certificate of Completion and the opportunity to sit for a state board licensing exam.
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