What’s Happening

What’s happening at TSPA? As part of our culture, TSPA makes it a point to celebrate achievements, milestones , and “wins” with our students, staff, and guests.  With the beauty industry being focused on service, we educate and encourage all to be good stewards of their fellow students, guests, and community.  Take a look through our recent events and see how TSPA celebrates the lives of our students and all those we touch.

The Salon Professional Academy, Georgetown now supports the GI Bill®!

GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government Web site at https://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill. In 1944, as we neared the end of World War ll, the GI Bill® was created to help veterans rebuild their lives… Continue reading

Part-time Cosmetology Classes

Looking For A Part-time Cosmetology Class? TSPA Georgetown, is pleased to announce that we heard you! Starting September 11th, you can start  your part-time cosmetology class. Now You Can Have Everything! We understand trying to juggle your job and family while launching your dream career can be challenging. That’s why we are now launching our cosmetology… Continue reading

2017 Redken Scholarships For Cosmetology Students

$35,000 In Cosmetology Scholarships will be awarded Hurry, Deadline Is Getting Close For Your Chance To Qualify & Be Awarded A $1000 Redken Scholarship. 35 recipients will be awarded a $1k scholarship from Redken. Redken is pleased to announce an exciting new scholarship opportunity for current and prospective cosmetology students of The Salon Professional Academy… Continue reading

OPEN HOUSE April 10th

Explore The Possibilities Whether You Are Beginning To Explore Beauty School Campuses, Or Discovering How To Bring The Beauty Industry Within Reach; The Salon Professional Academy Cordially Invites You And Friends To Attend Our Open House from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Monday, April 10th. We have graduated more than 40 students in the two years… Continue reading