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Barber College in Hiram Clarke Houston

Full-Time Barber School in Hiram Clarke Houston

For individuals looking to expand their lives with a new and exciting career, Quality Barber College can help. We offer full-time barber school classes in Hiram Clarke Houston, at our state of the art facility. Our knowledgeable instructors will teach you everything you need to know to graduate and have a successful career as a barber. Students that are enrolled full-time in our Class A Barber Program can graduate with a new career in as little as 30 weeks! Don’t let more time pass without taking steps towards your future, contact us today.

Part-Time Barber School in Hiram Clarke Houston

Are you interested in changing career paths for something more rewarding? Quality Barber College can help you unlock your potential and tap into your creative side. We offer extremely flexible barber courses that can work with any schedule. If you are looking for a quality part-time barber school in Hiram Clarke Houston, look no farther than QBC! Our staff is dedicated to your success and will help you every step of the way. Contact us to learn more about the courses we provide and begin your journey to a new career today!

Cosmetology to Barber Crossover in Hiram Clarke Houston

For Texas licensed cosmetologists that are looking to increase their skillset and offer new services to their clients, Quality Barber College has got you covered. Our cosmetology to barber crossover program in Hiram Clarke Houston can help you become a skilled and knowledgeable barber in as little as 8 weeks! You will gain the foundation to confidently provide barber services and to pass the state licensing exam. Gain industry knowledge and open the door to new opportunities when you contact QBC today.

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Hiram Clarke Road was named after Hiram Clarke, a Houston Lighting & Power Co. assistant general manager and executive vice president. The Hiram Clarke area was annexed by Houston in the 1950s.

The community originally consisted primarily of middle-class white residents, many of whom worked in the Texas Medical Center. As white flight to more suburban areas became the norm of the 1970s, racial and ethnic minorities replaced the original white residents. Black residents moving from inner city communities such as Fifth Ward and, later, Hispanic immigrants settled into the community. Many of the Hispanic residents initially apartment-shared as a money-saving device and later occupied single-family homes. Stephen Klineberg, a Rice University sociology professor, stated that the ……..

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(Theory class Tuesday – Thursday
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