05/27/2020 COVID19 UPDATE

The Administration office has received many inquiries as to why Elite Cosmetology School remains unable to return to in-person classes at this time.

The following is information received directly from the San Bernardino County Readiness and Reopening office in regard to returning to onsite classes:

“San Bernardino County is currently in the very beginning stages of Phase 3 in its plan for re-opening. While previously scheduled to re-open in Phase 4, some personal service business types have been allowed to open during Phase 3 (such as Barbershops and Hair Salons). However, currently, Cosmetology Schools remain part of Phase 4 reopening plan. It is unknown at this time if Phase 3 will be further separated into Phase 3a and Phase 3b, as they did with Phase 2.”

Elite Cosmetology School Management Staff is working tirelessly to create a plan for reopening during Phase 4, as allowed by San Bernardino County. Please keep in mind, requirements surrounding the reopening of businesses must include drastic changes to the physical arrangement of the facility, as well as changes to daily procedures to allow for Social Distancing and controls for the safety and health of our staff and students.

We are all eager to return to in-person classes in the new normal and are thankful that our TEAM was able to quickly adapt to this new way of operating, effectively ensuring that our student body has been able to continue their education through temporary distance education, during this unprecedented and uncertain time. We will update you as we receive additional information and guidance from the San Bernardino County readiness and reopening office.

We appreciate your patience as we all work together to ensure the safety of our students, families, and staff! Together…

3/20/20 COVID19 UPDATE

In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, The Department of Education, NACCAS, The Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education and Board of Barbering and Cosmetology have allowed for postsecondary schools to offer their courses online as a temporary measure. Based on the guidance issued by the president of the United States and in light of the speed with which COVID-19 is spreading and the risks our families and staff may be facing we are taking the precautionary measure of temporarily moving all courses to an online format effective March 20, 2020 and expect to resume normal in class education April 21, 2020.

This return date may change depending on guidance from the county, state or Executive order. Each student will be contacted via telephone by their educator and will  receive an invitation email to their online “classroom”, if any students need assistance or guidance on navigating this website, please do not hesitate to reach out.

We understand this difficult decision can be a hardship some of our students who may not have internet access and will work with these students one on one to ensure that your education is not interrupted.   

In the event there is any change to this date, we will continue to communicate by email, phone, post information on our website.

We appreciate your patience as we all work together to ensure the safety of our students, families and staff! 


To log in to your “Online classroom” using the log in and password you have already created, click here