High School Diploma, GED, or College Degree.

Apply for classes via on-line or in-person

Submit a registration fee: $100.00 (non-refundable)





  • Tour the facility

  • Complete a personal interview with the Admissions Coordinator or designee prior to registration.

  • Provide verification documents:

  • Copies of your high school diploma, high school transcripts, GED, or college degree

  • Driver’s license, State I.D, or birth certificate are required.



We are required to verify that your proof of education is from a valid high school, college, or GED program. If we determine that your documents are not valid, you will be denied admission to the school. DDBS does not recruit students who are already enrolled in a similar program at another institution.


After an applicant has completed the enrollment application process the Admissions coordinator will review the applicant required admissions materials and access the personal interview to determine acceptance. Upon the decision of the enrollment, the applicant will receive notification of the acceptance or denial letter via email, telephone, or in-person. Note: All applicants must go through the entire enrollment application process (detailed in catalog, online publication, and enrollment application).

Enrollment periods: DDBS is on a continuous enrollment schedule, thus placement will be depending upon space availability. Please contact DDDS for exact start dates, holidays, and school closures:  DDBS allows the following holidays off: New Year's Day, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Memorial and Independence, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and December 24th and 25th.



DDBS clearly outlines the obligation of both the school and the student in the Enrollment Agreement Contract. A copy of the Enrollment Agreement Contract and information covering costs and payment plans will be furnished to students prior to the beginning of class attendance.



All applicants accepted into the program MUST attend the school’s orientation to complete signing necessary documents, review all schools’ policies, procedures, and plans, receive the

Student Handbook & Catalog, receive their syllabus/ course outline and curriculum, and orientate for user-groups.


DDBS offers a variety of monthly financial payments schedules. See DDBS Admissions Leader or Financial aid leader for details.

Any changes to these publications, rules of admissions, contract enrollment agreements and/or any printed admissions information will be given to all current, prospect, and future students in a timely manner.



The Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) evaluates the periods applicable through the attendance schedule to be considered maintaining a satisfactory attendance and academic progress. Evaluations are conducted at the end of each evaluation period to determine if the student has met the minimum requirements. The attendance percentage is determined by dividing the total hours accrued by the total number of hours scheduled. At the end of each evaluation period, the school will determine if the student has maintained at least 68% cumulative attendance since the beginning of the course which indicates that, given the same attendance rate, the student will graduate within the maximum time frame allowed.








  1. Applicant must complete and apply prior to registration in person or online at

  2. Applicant must set up an appointment for entrance interview and campus tour. The admissions coordinator will give applicant all required admissions materials to for acceptance into the intuition program of choice such as: high school diploma, GED, high school transcript, college degree, State I.D., driver’s license and/or birth certificate. The applicant will also be given all funding options.

  3. Once applicant has been assessed he/she will be notified of denial or acceptance by letter via email, in-person, and telephone.

  4. Once applicant is accepted a $100.00 registration fee (non-refundable) must be paid within the school’s business center and review of tuition cost and payment options must be evaluated and determined.

  5. After payment options have been established within the business center, the applicant must set up an orientation date. ALL APPLICANTS MUST ATTEND AN ORIENTATION. The admissions coordinator and/ or financial aid advisor, or workforce development career recruiter will advise applicants of all orientation dates.

  6. During the orientation the applicant will sign and review all necessary documents during orientation such as enrollment forms, tuition agreements, student catalogs/handbooks, course outline/curriculum, plans/policies/procedures, and must train for user-group.

All Admissions Representatives are required to adhere and verify the following for enrollment process:


  • Applicant’s application

  • High school diploma, GED, college degree, State I.D., Driver’s License, or birth certificate

  • Tour the facility

  • In-Person Interview

  • Paid registration fee


We reserve the right to cancel any class, with or without reason, any time prior to the first day of class. All tuition monies paid by students will be refunded if a class is cancelled. Cancellation notices will only be given to students who have already registered and paid for the class. Class dates, times, and prices are subject to change at any time. Any changes that affect a student contract will be revised, and both the student and the school will have to sign the new contract.


Any changes to these publications, rules of admissions, contract enrollment agreements and/or any printed admissions information will be given to all current, prospect, and future students in a timely manner.


All employees of DDBS have a firm commitment with the top administrator for recruiting activities at the campus ensuring all are of ethical conduct. In doing this, make clear to the administration with academic programs and support services must be in place to fully serve students and meet their needs. DDBS is prepared to serve, including the level of soft skills required by students. Students are encouraged to complete the full Programs that have clock hr. programs and can expect a Certificate of Completion, depending on the number of clock hours completed. Transfer students and or credits are allowed at DDBS. Students receive a certificate of completion from DDBS and are given job placement outcomes, and so these statistics can be accurately presented to prospective students and parents. All recruiting activities and material used describe our mission with our occupational programs, student performance reports and completion requirement with clock hour tuition and instructional outcomes thoroughly detailed. All recruiting activities and materials used to describe our mission with our occupational programs, student performance reports and completion requirements with clock hour tuition and instructional outcomes thoroughly detailed. All recruiting activities and material used describe our mission with our occupational programs, student performance reports and completion requirements with clock hour’s tuition and instructional outcomes thoroughly detailed.




DDBS maintains placement assistance and arrangements for job placements interviews with potential employers. The Director of Operations along with Instructors grade students resume writing preparation for interview, professional attire communication and professionalism. DDBS also assist students in non-program related job leads while enrolled in school. Graduate names and phone numbers are kept on file for future references upon completion of the course. However, as prescribed by state law, we cannot guarantee placement as an inducement to enrollment. Therefore, the School does not guarantee graduates placement.



The clock hour education is provided through a sequential set of learning steps which address specific tasks necessary for graduation and job entry level skills. Clinic equipment, implements, and products are comparable to those used in the industry. Each student will receive instruction that relates to the performance of useful, creative, and productive career-oriented activities. The course is presented through comprehensive lesson plans which reflect effective educational methods. Subjects are presented by mean of interactive lecture, demonstration, cooperative learning, labs, and student participation. Audio-visual aids, digital training, guest speakers, field trips, projects, activities, and other related learning methods are used in the course.




The qualitative element used to determine academic progress is a reasonable system of grades as determined by assigned academic learning. Students are assigned academic learning and a minimum number of practical experiences. Academic learning is evaluated after each unit of study. Practical assignments are evaluated as completed and counted toward course completion only when rated as satisfactory of better. If the performance does not meet satisfactory requirements, it is not counted, and the performance must be repeated. Comprehensive practical skills evaluations will be conducted during the course of study. Practical skills are evaluated according to text procedures and set forth in practical skills evaluation criteria adopted by the school. Student must maintain and pass a Final practical and Theory exam prior to graduation. Students must make up failed or missed test and incomplete assignments.




The State of Michigan will not approve a certificate of completion or award a license to any student that has been convicted of certain crimes; committed in any act involving dishonesty, fraud, or deceit; or a crime; committed any act that, if committed by a graduate of the business or profession in question. Students who are not U.S. Citizens or who do not have documented authority to work in the United States will not be eligible to attend DDBS. DDBS, the school, is not responsible for students denied work without proper documentation showing proof of citizenship. DDBS does not admit students to English-as-a-second language courses.




DDBS does not discriminate in its employment, admission, instruction, counseling, or graduation policies on the basis of sex, color, age, race, national or ethnic origin, creed, religion, sexual orientation, or any protected class by the Civil Rights Act of 1964, that would not preclude employment within their selected program area, nor do we recruit students already attending or admitted to another school offering similar programs of study.




The Federal Right of Privacy Act enables all Students to review their academic records, including grades, attendance, and counseling reports. Students’ reports are confidential and only such agencies or individual authorized by law, such as state and federal agencies are allowed access without written permission of the student. Also, parents/ guardians of a dependent minor student may request access to their student’s file. A student may authorize certain individuals, organizations, or class of parties (such as potential employers) to gain access to certain information in their files by signing a date specific release form. State law requires the school to maintain these records for not less than five years. Students may request a review of their records by writing the Director of the School. All such reviews will be scheduled during regular school hours under appropriate supervision.




Enrollment periods: DDBS School new classes begin every two (2) weeks depending upon space availability. Please refer to the tuition and registration schedule supplement or contact DDBS the school for exact starting dates. All students are required to purchase products, such as books, kits, and accessories from DDBS or other supplier prior to enrollment.




DDBS allows the following holidays off: New Year’s break December 31st through January 1st, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, December 25th and 31st (Spring Break varying the academic calendar).




DDBS, strives to provide a quality modern education that will prepares students to pass the state board exams and specializations within their chosen field of study. Our quality education system includes an outstanding facility, experienced and competent instructors and a curriculum developed through years of experience and expertise.


   To educate students to be professional, knowledgeable, and skilled in their field for marketability with the industry.

   To maintain a constantly updated program that provides students with the knowledge to compete in their field of study

   To promote the continuing educational growth of our faculty and students, using current teaching methods and techniques.

   To teach courtesy and professionalism as the foundation for a successful career in their chosen field of study.

   To prepare students to be successful in the beauty industry.

   To train and graduate students while empowering them to become confident and excited to enter a successful career within the beauty industry.