Our Facility

Grabber School of Hair Design opened its beauty college in St. Louis fully equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and the latest technology for our students. The campus houses over 17,000 square feet including a clinic area in the front where we offer any of our available salon services, and our classrooms, offices, and student break area in the back.

We provide everything our students need including manicuring tables, pedicure stations, hooded dryers, wash bowls, beauty stations, treatment rooms and more. Our real salon/spa atmosphere includes all aspects of a real-world shop and is designed to provide our students with a solid foundation and excellent instruction to begin their careers in the beauty and spa industries. Schedule a tour to see our one-of-a-kind beauty school in person.

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Environmental Responsibility

Grabber School of Hair Design is dedicated to sustainability. This includes not just being mindful of operating costs, but also being careful with earth’s limited resources. Because our business is in education, our vision gives us the opportunity, and responsibility, to lead by example in everything we do. That’s why we have set out to grow and develop Grabber School of Hair Design in harmony with people, our planet and its inhabitants.

To put this into practice, our facility is equipped with the latest innovative and green technology. The solar panel system on our roof provides up to 100,000 watts per hour. The interior and exterior lighting is completely illuminated with over 700 LED textures. When the building becomes heavily occupied, carbon dioxide sensors introduce fresh air into the building. Vapor control systems at our manicuring stations also help keep our air clean and safe. Our greenhouse solarium not only provides a pleasant atmosphere, but also provides supplemental heating.

Monthly Energy Production Report

Our monthly energy report shows how our system performed and how much we contributed to offsetting the global carbon footprint.

Month Energy Produced
January 7.03 MWh
February  6.14 MWh
March 11.47 MWh
April 12.66 MWh
May 13.41 MWh
June 16.54 MWh
July 12.85 MWh
Year to Date: 80.10 MWh

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