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ACCREDITED SCHOOL

American Institute of Beauty, Inc. is nationally accredited by the National Accrediting Commission of Career Arts and Sciences NACCAS.

By attending AIB-an accredited School, you can be confident that we have met the highest standards of accreditation. These standards ensure that our cosmetology program, nail technology program, skin care program, full specialist program, barber program and clinical skin care program, perform at the level of educational quality you should expect. NACCAS is a recognized accrediting agency by the U.S. Department of Education.


What does Accreditation mean to you and your educational experience?

The Value of Accreditation Accreditors establish best practices, generally referred to as “standards,” and then ask a school to show how that school is meeting (or exceeding) those standards. By attending American Institute of Beauty, Inc., an NACCAS accredited institution, you should have confidence in knowing that you are attending a school that has undergone a rigorous accreditation process that has evaluated educational quality in the programs offered and that AIB- an Accredited School has shown that it is meeting NACCAS established standards.

Accreditation relies on experienced individuals – administrators, educators, and subject matter specialists – to review the quality of the education provided by your school. The accreditation process evaluates areas including the qualifications of administrators and faculty delivering the education; the relevance and adequacy of the curriculum, equipment and learning materials; and the achievements of students in graduating from a program and subsequently obtaining employment in the field. A school that has successfully completed an accreditation review should have in place the instructional resources and student support services necessary to assist you in achieving your educational goals.

You can learn more about NACCAS accreditation by visiting their website at www.naccas.org


AACS Member

AIB- an Accredited School is also a member of the American Association for Cosmetology School AACS which is an organization representing beauty and wellness since 1924. By being a member of this organization our students benefit by qualifying to apply for scholarships and grants from beauty industry partners. Click for how you can apply for these scholarships and grants www.beautychangeslives.org.


FACTS Member

AIB- an accredited school is also a member of the Florida Association for Cosmetology & Technical Schools FACTS. An organization that works to encourage high educational standards and business practices by providing networking opportunities, continuing education, up-to-date news and guidance on regulatory changes. As Founding Members of FACTS, we take your career seriously and strive to make our beauty school and the entire Industry strong. All Florida cosmetology schools should belong to this organization and participate as members. www.facts-edu.org

Largo Campus
3665 East Bay Drive, Suite 164
Largo, Florida 33771
727.532.2125

St. Petersburg Campus
2800 34th St. North
St. Petersburg, Florida 33713
727.826.0969