Accreditation means that a school has met certain standards of educational performance, which have been established by an impartial non-governmental agency. A school becomes accredited after an appointed inspection team has visited the school and evaluated it according to established standards. Grabber strives to meet or exceed all minimum standards - it's our commitment to a quality educational program. It should be noted that Federal Financial Funding is obtained only through accredited institutions.
National Accrediting Commission of Career Arts & Sciences
The Grabber School is accredited by the National Accrediting Commission of Career Arts & Sciences.
NACCAS is an autonomous, independent accrediting commission constituted as a non-profit Delaware corporation, with its main office located in Alexandria, Virginia. The commission's origins date back to 1969, when two accrediting agencies in the field merged to form the Cosmetology Accrediting Commission (CAC). The CAC changed their name to 'NACCAS' in 1981.
NACCAS is recognized by the US Department of Education as a national agency for the institutional accreditation of post secondary schools and departments of cosmetology arts and sciences.
The Grabber School of Hair Design is approved by the Department of Veteran Affairs of the United States of America; therefore, it is eligible to receive Missouri Employment Training and Vocational Rehabilitation students.
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Grabber School of Hair Design meets all BBBOnline participation and Better Business Bureau accreditation standards and is authorized to display the BBB accredited business seal.
The Grabber School of Hair Design is a member of the National Cosmetology Association (NCA) and also the Missouri Association of Cosmetology Schools (MACS).