Programs Offered

Cosmetology / Esthetics / Nail Technology

Recent Reviews

Evie Silliman
3/17/2024 via Google
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I went with my bestie to get pedicures and the whole experience was absolutely amassing, it’s a 45 min drive for me but i would do it again just to go there. the girls were so amazing to talk to and the services they did were so well done and they took their time and actually did a great job.

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Lee Anderson
2/29/2024 via Google
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My experience at Raphael’s was fantastic. The staff was friendly and my hydro facial was terrific. They were punctual as well as professional. My face feels great. It doesn’t feel raw at all. The space was very clean. I will definitely be returning next month!!

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2/22/2024 via Google
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🚩 DO NOT ATTEND THIS SCHOOL🚩 Let me start at the top and work my way down. 1-3 bad 🔴4-5 is the good!🟢 1) First the administration here is horrible. There is no advocacy for the students when there is an issue the administrator is friends with one of the instructors who is also had many complaints filed against her for the way she speaks to students, and for some of the racial things she has said to students. she has a very nasty attitude and is very rude and people have not come back to school because of her. It is really sad to see young girls and some older, Want to pursue a dream in Aesthetics and have it crushed by someone with such a horrible spirit. This is so sad because you would think that the administrator would be more understanding, and would really try to get on this instructor for the things that are being said but when you go to the administrator, she is always on this person side she turns a blind eye, and it’s always your fault. Turns out that her and this instructor are best friends they hang out and they’re really cool with each other so it doesn’t matter what the student says or what student is going through with this person you will always be considered wrong. That is not how School should be run that is not fair to the people here that are paying money. We all deserve to be advocated, for we all have that right to be heard and to be understood and when an issue occurs it needs to be handled. This is a conflict of interest. 2) when you sign up for the school, they will make you take out a loan through a private loan agency(TFC). It’s a collections agency, So, basically what happens is if you have to pay a fee any “tuition” $200 $300 4,000 $5000 basically they will put you on a monthly pay this loan company will basically loan the money to the school but it immediately goes on your credit, so if you do not pay while in school monthly, it will ding your credit score. My credit score went down over 150 points. This is really odd because a lot of school loans you don’t need to pay back for six months until youre out of school. So if you’re looking to buy a house or buy a car, be very careful because this will pull up on your credit like a credit card. And look like you are in debt, so it will show up under a school debt. Also, if you do not pay this back at the end of your program, they will withhold your hours and will not send them to state board. Which is really confusing because if TFC gave Ralph School the money why is my hours being held because didn’t Ralph get his money technically because they already put the TFC loan on your credit as a collections! Meaning I owe money to this agency who gave money to the school… so why are the hours being withheld…Hmmmm weird right!!! 3) Don’t think if you have an issue that you will go above anyone’s head because they’re all in cahoots with each other and there is no advocacy for you, so it doesn’t matter if you write a letter to the owner it doesn’t matter if you talk to the person below the owner, it doesn’t matter. If you talk to the somebody in between they do not care! 4) The students here are amazing! It didn’t matter if you an aesthetician, nails, or did hair, we all were mostly cool with each other, and you could find a friend in each of those departments, and like this was one of the most amazing groups of women i have ever met. 5)When you do graduate, you do get a lot of certifications such as dermalplaning,Hydrafacial & Dermatologica products. Theyre just so many certificates they give you when you graduate and that's a really great thing because a lot of schools don't have that and they offer it at Ralphes the only school that actually offers the hydra facial certification in Ohio.

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Raphael's School of Beauty Culture - Olmsted offers the following programs:

Cosmetology / Esthetics / Nail Technology


Program Length 1,800 hours
Average Completion 16 months
Program Tuition $17,740

Master Esthetics

Program Length 1,050 hours
Average Completion 10 months
Program Tuition $13,440


Program Length 750 hours
Average Completion 7 months
Program Tuition $10,600

Nail Technology

Program Length 300 hours
Average Completion 3 months
Program Tuition $3,040

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Page last updated: 03/09/2024

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