- Empire Beauty School
- 410 W Goodwin St
- Prescott, AZ 86303
Prescott Beauty School - Empire
Join the exciting beauty industry as a licensed cosmetologist. The Empire Beauty School in Prescott, AZ offers a rare combination of advantages to advance your career. The Prescott location offers you a cosmetology education with all the support to start your training.
Empire Beauty Schools are accredited* which holds us to a higher standard of quality.
Empire’s fun and interactive classes are conducted by trained and licensed beauty educators. Our Prescott school has a student salon where you will work on real clients while you learn to build your own book of business.
If you want a career with unlimited potential for creativity, flexibility, and making others feel more beautiful the world of beauty is the perfect place for you.
- Experience: Empire has over 70 years of experience in cosmetology education
- Unique: Certified learning in cosmetology (CLIC) includes mannequins , textbooks, and special tools that all work together to enhance your learning at Empire
- Interactive: White board technology and digital textbooks make learning more visual, easy, and fun
- Accredited: National Accrediting Commission of Career Arts and Sciences ( NACCAS) accreditation
- Advanced: We’ll help you get licensed, opening new opportunities
- Affordable: Our accreditation enables us to help students get federal financial aid
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About the area
The Empire Beauty School of Prescott is situated off of Montezuma Street/AZ-89 on Goodwin Street in the Park Plaza two blocks behind Whiskey Row in historic downtown Prescott.
The Prescott Empire Beauty School as been educating and training beauty students since 2000 in this state-of-the-art cosmetology school. The Prescott Empire Beauty School also offers flexible evening classes for busy students. Parking is available for commuting students. Nearby shopping and eateries include Albertson's, Fry's, Gurley St. Grill, Murphy's Restaurant, and Quizno's Subs. A local day care center may offer services for parents attending the cosmetology school at the Christian Academy of Prescott.
Empire Beauty School's cosmetology education programs include technical training, as well as learning the business side of the industry. Students develop fundamental and advanced skills throughout their training. Listed below are the programs that are offered at the Prescott, AZ beauty school. For more information on these programs, please visit our Consumer Information section.
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Our cosmetology school in Prescott, AZ has regular events for the students. Check out some videos of cosmetology students and staff at the Prescott Empire Beauty School.
The Prescott Empire Beauty School students also have the opportunity to attend and participate in local and national competitions, as well as their own school’s events, to highlight their skills and talents. Empire's Future Professionals Expo offers students exposure to beauty industry leaders, one-on-one mentor workshops with beauty professionals and the opportunity to interview with prospective employers.
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Prescott Empire Beauty School students have the opportunity to participate in local events benefiting the community as well as contributing to real-world training. Some of these events include day of beauty services for local patrons, fundraising benefits and more. Proceeds from Empire's National Day of Beauty event benefits raising awareness about domestic abuse. The students also may participate in local and national competitions, as well as the school's own beauty shows to highlight the students' skills and talents. Empire's Future Professionals Expo offers students exposure to the beauty industry, the one-on-one experience with beauty professionals during mentoring workshops and students also are able to network and interview with salon leaders and representatives to further their career objectives.
Jenny attended school at night, started school when she was 32, "always wanted to be a hairdresser and open my own salon one day", and now is not only a salon owner and businesswoman, but a positive force in her community.