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Barber College Alief Houston

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Barber College Alief Houston

Full-Time Barber School in Alief Houston

At Quality Barber College, we offer the most convenient full-time barber school classes in Alief Houston. Our team of instructors focus on helping you build everything from basic to advanced skills to ensure you are fully prepared for an exciting new career as a barber upon completion of the course. Students that are enrolled full-time in our Class A Barber Program can graduate with a new career in as little as 30 weeks! Contact us today to learn more about how you can get started building your future with QBC!

Part-Time Barber School in Alief Houston

Are you interested in starting a new career as a barber but have commitments that get in the way of going to school full-time? At Quality Barber College in Alief Houston, we understand that many students maintain jobs and have personal obligations that make flexibility a necessity. This is why we offer part-time barber school classes that start whenever you are ready, for the ultimate convenience. Start your journey towards a new career in our state of the art facility when you contact us today.

Cosmetology to Barber Crossover in Alief Houston

Are you a licensed cosmetologist in the state of Texas that is interested in broadening your horizons in order to also offer barbering services? At Quality Barber College we can help you! With only 300 additional hours in the classroom, you can gain the skills and knowledge required to become a licensed barber and pass the state licensing exam. Continue your education in order to create more opportunities for yourself when you sign up for our cosmetology to barber crossover program in Alief Houston.

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In 1861, Reynolds Reynolds claimed 1,250 acres (5.1 km2) of land near Brays Bayou. The land was sold to Jacamiah Seaman Daugherty in 1888 and in the following year, he allowed the San Antonio and Aransas Pass Railway to build on his land. Daugherty sold his land in 1893 to Francis Meston who planned to engineer a community. Daugherty stayed to oversee land sales in Meston’s Houston office. In 1894, the community was surveyed and recognized by Harris County. Surveyors named the town Dairy, Texas. The first two town settlers, Dr. John S. Magee and his wife, Alief Ozelda Magee, moved from ……..

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(Theory class Tuesday – Thursday
8:30pm- 9:30pm)

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