The first Southeastern Beauty School location was founded in 1973 and the second location was founded in 1985. Southeastern Beauty Schools are one of Georgia's leading beauty education providers, with plans for continued expansion. Success is the result of our commitment to helping students build confidence and achieve their dreams. At Southeastern, the commitment starts with you but ends with us.
We value your education and want to see your dreams come true. At Southeastern, words like typical or average do not have a place. We value creativity, self-confidence, and excellence.
We are committed to changing and growing to ensure we continue to meet the expectations for our students, staff, and customers. We have taken the advice from all perspectives and have created a new vision. Southeastern Beauty Schools is now under the direction of new management and will soon will be relocated to a larger facility in order to achieve our overall mission of providing 100% satisfaction and success.
Here at Southeastern Beauty Schools is also our mission to produce skilled and knowledgeable graduates who will be prepared for careers in cosmetology arts & sciences and/or related fields. To provide the best learning environment available by emphasizing short-term progress, individualized attention, progressive teaching methods, and relevant equipment of "Hands-On" education. To assist each student in achieving the students' own professionally aspired goals by helping to match these aspirations with existing personal, technological, and economic conditions. Assist our graduates to become employed in the field for which they have been prepared. Update our teaching methods to respond to the requests of businesses, industries, and other agencies for specific training needs and educational programs.
"The future is not a result of choices among alternative paths offered by the present, but a place that is created--created first in the mind and will, created next in activity. The future is not some place we are going to, but one we are creating. The paths are not to be found, but made, and the activity of making them, changes both the maker and the destination. " - John Schaar