The Elizabeth Grady School of Esthetics and Massage Therapy provides educational programs qualifying graduates to pursue licensing in the Esthetics and Massage Therapy professions. The Elizabeth Grady School of Esthetics and Massage Therapy is approved and licensed by the U.S. Department of Education, MA Division of Professional Licensure Office of Private Occuparional School Education, MA Board of Cosmetology, and accredited by NACCAS.

Esthetician/Skin Care Specialist

The US Department of Labor and Statistics defines a Skin Care Specialist (SOC 39-5094) as someone who "provides skincare treatments to face and body to enhance an individual's appearance."

The following links provide industry information and statistics:

http://www.bls.gov/oes/current/oes395094.htm

http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/39-5094.00

 

Program costs for Esthetics Program:

 

Esthetician Program Completion Rate- This measures the number of students who started a program and completed the program within the maximum time frame. Students who did not complete the program within the alotted time may have chose to leave the program for personal reasons, decided to transfer into another program schedule, i.e. full-time to part-time, spring to fall, etc.,  and return to finish at a later date, or may have been dismissed due to inability to maintain satisfactory academic progress in regard to academics or attendance. Numbers are based on students scheduled to graduate in the calendar year.


2014 Esthetician Program Completion Statistics:
85%

2015 Esthetician Program Completion Statistics: 86%

2016 Esthetician Program Completion Statistics: 91%

 

Esthetician Program Licensure Rate- This measures the number of students choosing to sit for their State Board Exam in Massachusetts that became licensed. Numbers are based on the calendar year.

2014 Licensure Rate: 100%

2015 Licensure Rate: 100%

2016 Licensure Rate: 98%


Esthetician Program Placement Rate-
This measures the number of Elizabeth Grady Esthetician graduates who became employed in the field of esthetics or related jobs in beauty, skin care, cosmetics, etc. Graduates who chose to remain employed in their current job at time of graduation, unemployed individuals, or who became employed by non-industry employers are considered not to be placed. Graduates who failed to respond to surveys are not included. Statistics include part-time and full-time employment. Numbers are based on the calendar year.

2014 Esthetician Graduate Placement Rate: (66% of graduates reporting) 80%

2015 Esthetician Graduate Placement Rate: (89% of graduates reporting) 84%

2016 Esthetician Graduate Placement Rate: (87% of graduates reporting) 78%

Massachusetts Esthetician Graduate Placement Rate: 0% For the MA state job placement rate, MA requires this statistic to verify the graduate is working a minimum of 32 hours per week. Due to graduates choosing to work part-time, working as independent contractors, working mobilly, or whereby scheduled hours vary week-to-week, we are unable to obtain and certify this statistic. Therefore our MA graduate placement rate is zero and differs from the above accreditation statistics.


Massage Therapist

The US Department of Labor and Statistics defines a Massage Therapist (SOC 31-9011) as someone who "performs therapeutic massages of soft tissues and joints. May assist in the assessment of range of motion and muscle strength, or propose client therapy plans"

The following links provide industry information and statistics:

http://www.bls.gov/oes/current/oes319011.htm

http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/31-9011.00

 

 Program costs for Massage Therapy Program:

Massage Therapy Program Completion Rate- This number measures the number of students who started and completed their program within the maximum time frame. Students who did not complete the program within the alotted time may have chose to leave the program for personal reasons, decided to transfer into another scheduled program, i.e. full-time to part-time, spring to fall, etc., and return to finish at a later date, or may have been dismissed due to inability to meet satisfactory academic requirements in regard to academics and attendance. Numbers are based on students scheduled to graduate in the calendar year.

2014 Massage Therapy Program Completion Rate: 93%

2015 Massage Therapy Program Completion Rate: 75%

2016 Massage Therapy Program Completion Rate: 100%

Massage Therapy Program Licensure Rate: Massachusetts does not require a licensing examination to become licensed. In 2014 and 2015, 100% of Elizabeth Grady graduates seeking licensure in Massachusetts became licensed.

Massage Therapy Placement Rate- This number measures the number of Elizabeth Grady Massage Therapy graduates that became employed in the field and related fields of massage therapy. Graduates who chose to remain employed in their current job at time of graduation, unemployed individuals, or those who gained employment in non-industry job are not considered as placed. Graduates who failed to respond to surveys are not included. Statistics include full and part-time employment. Numbers are based on the calendar year.

2014 Massage Therapy Program Placement Rate: (100% of graduates reporting) 84%

2015 Massage Therapy Program Placement Rate: (85% of graduates reporting) 100%

2016 Massage Therapy Program Placement Rate: (92% of graduates reporting) 64%

Massachusetts Massage Therapy Graduate Placement Rate: 0% For the MA state job placement rate, MA requires this statistic to verify the graduate is working a minimum of 32 hours per week. Due to graduates choosing to work part-time, work as independent contractors, work mobilly, or whereby scheduled hours vary week-to-week, we are unable to obtain and certify this statistic. Therefore our MA graduate placement statistic is reported as zero and differs from the above accreditation statistics.


Loan Non-Payment Statistics- These numbers are taken from the most recent U.S. Department of Education fiscal year 2014 3-year cohort.

Default Rate: 9.4%

Students in forbearance or deferment status: 20%

Total loan non-payment rate: 29.4%

Elizabeth Grady School of Esthetics and Massage Therapy NACCAS 2016 Annual Report Institutional Rates

Each year the school gathers statistics pertaining to all graduates from the previous calendar year. Thsi information is reported to NACCAS, the National Acrredting Commission of Career Arts and Sciences. the following 2016 institutional statistics were reported to NACCAS and include all graduates for both accredited programs, esthetics and massage therapy, combined. Placement statistics include 100% of 2016 graduates including those who did not respond to follow-up surveys and phone calls. Non-responders are counted as not placed/not working.

Institutional Graduation Rate: 92.21%

Institutional Placement Rate: 66.43 %

Institutional Licensure Rate: 97.8%

UPCOMING CLASSES

10Sep

Esthetics Fall Full-time Day

10Sep

Massage and Spa Therapies 750 Hour Fall Full-time Day

10Sep

Massage Therapy 650 Hour Fall Full-time Day

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