About

History

Fredrick and Charles Beauty College was established in 1955 by Charles Partone, to provide quality education in the field of cosmetology and related arts and sciences. The current owner, Jeanie Scott, purchased the college in May 2002.  Having worked in all facets of  the beauty industry, she is dedicated to ensuring that the quality of education continues.  Since the beginning of the college it has educated thousands of students who have been successful at passing state licensure, as well as being competitive in the workforce.

Fredrick & Charles Beauty College is located in downtown Eureka, California, at 831 F Street, where lumber, fishing and tourism are the main industries of this picturesque area.  The redwoods and rhododendrons provide a beautiful setting in this community.  The building was especially designed as a beauty college and has won the "Governor's Award of Design" for its design and architecture and has hosted the college since the late 1960's.

Since 1976, Fredrick and Charles Beauty College has been accredited by  National Accrediting Commission of Career Arts and Sciences, Inc.

Facility

Fredrick and Charles Beauty College has over 3800 square feet devoted to educational purposes.  There are 60 cosmetology, 5 Barber, 6 manicure and 8 esthetic stations for students and patrons on clinic floor area.  In additional, the facility contains two classrooms, computer lab with wii fi, library, fully equipped facial room, waxing area, pedicure spas and student lounge. There is equipment and classroom facilities for 80 cosmetology/barbering, 10 manicuring, 10 esthetician and 2 teacher training students.

Our Catalog and Consumer Information

Fredrick & Charles Beauty College Catalog and Consumer Information

Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education Annual Report (2015)

Student Right to Know

Campus Security Disclosure