Dekalab County Schools has been set to welcome the first-ever First Year Beauty School to its campuses in the coming days.
In the coming weeks, Dekalabs first class will begin to enrol in the new beauty school.
The beauty school is designed to cater to the students of all ages, and will feature classes like the arts, business and social studies, while also catering to the visually impaired.
“The first day was a lot of fun and we all came back to school with smiles on our faces,” said Principal, Bhuvan Saini.
The new beauty course will run from May 10 to May 15 and will teach students the basics of makeup, make-up and hair care.
The students will also be taught the basics like how to apply a makeup kit and how to use a brush.
“It’s very different to what they were taught before,” said Dekalbah Schools Beauty School Supervisor Rakesh Mehta.
The school will also have a salon for students, which will be set up on the premises.
The makeup school will be a small one in size but it will provide a place for students to learn and grow.
“We have so many beautiful students and we want to make sure that they have access to the best beauty school in the world,” Mehti said.
“Students are coming from all over the country and we are very excited to be able to welcome them to Dekalbalas beauty school.”
Students from across the state will be allowed to attend the beauty school for the first time.