Grabber School Of Hair Design

Overview of Grabber School Of Hair Design

Grabber School of Hair Design is found in Ballwin, MO. Ballwin is a large suburb. The school is a private, for-profit institution. Students can earn degrees up to and including the Certificate at Grabber School of Hair Design.

Areas of Study

The school is known for its programs in beauty and cosmetology.

Grabber School of Hair Design Selectivity

Grabber School of Hair Design accepts all qualified applicants under its open-admission rules.

Student Body

Students numbered 88 in 2007-2008 at the school.

The school reports its educational mission is:
"The Grabber School of Hair Design's goal is to prepare graduates for a successful career in the fields of manicuring and cosmetology. The Grabber also strives to instill in its students a true sense of self-pride and further pledges that its graduates have a thorough knowledge of the basic skills reflecting yesterday, today, and the future of hairstyling."

More complete details are provided below.

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Contacting Grabber School of Hair Design

Grabber School of Hair Design
14557 Manchester
Ballwin , MO 63011
General Phone: (314) 428-0004

Grabber School of Hair Design Programs and Degrees (2008-2009)

General CategoryDegreesMost Common Majors [see all]
Beauty and Cosmetology67cosmetology, manicurist

Number of programs and degrees for Grabber School of Hair Design in 2008-2009:

Degree LevelTotal
Number of
Award of less than 1 academic year542
Award of at least 1 but less than 2 academic years131

Grabber School of Hair Design Student Body

In 2007-2008, Grabber School of Hair Design had a total enrollment of 88 students (105 full-time equivalent).

Students by Age:

Age Percent
18-19 8%
20-21 34%
22-24 19%
25-29 23%
30-34 7%
35-39 3%
40-49 3%
50-64 2%

Grabber School of Hair Design Graduation, Retention, and Transfers

Retention Rates (2007):

Group Returning From
Previous Year
Full-Time 74 %
Part-Time 70 %

Graduation and Transfer Rates (2007):
(Graduation rate is percent of students graduating within 150% of the normal time.)

Item Percent
Graduating 52%

Grabber School of Hair Design Room and Board (2007)

The school does not offer campus housing.

(Please refer to our profile of Ballwin, Missouri for details about the area surrounding the campus. Also see our list of other Missouri Colleges).

The school does not offer students a meal plan.

Grabber School of Hair Design Expenses and Financial Aid (2008-2009)

Financial Aid:
Grabber School of Hair Design participates in Federal Title IV financial aid programs. (The school's OPE ID is 2568500)

Grabber School of Hair Design Degree Programs (2007)

Beauty And Cosmetology
Cosmetology/Cosmetologist, General
Nail Technician/Specialist and Manicurist

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Grabber School of Hair Design Highlights

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What Sets Grabber School of Hair Design Apart:

% of degrees in beauty and cosmetology
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Female % of student body
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