I could not tell if this was supposed to be a school teaching young professionals or high school. I wasn't expecting much, and I'm glad my standards were low. I just went in for a mani and it took two hours. I was excited to get an almost graduating student. I was shocked, through the process that she was almost done with her schooling because I would've expected her to have been much more skilled. My cuticles are a mess and my nail polish only made it on 2/3rds of my nails. She was pleasant, nice to talk to and she did keep asking how I liked everything. Finally, after having her fix things I pointed out, it didn't get better and I gave up. The worst part, sitting and listening to the rest of the students that were not busy mess around. It was towards the end of the day and they were cleaning up. I understand wanting to go home, but I was bumped, brushed up against, asked to move as they were bringing in dirty equipment to be cleaned and to mop the floors. (Don't worry after I looked down the floor was still dirty.) I felt like I was in recess hearing the students complain, yell and gossip. They have classrooms there, so I don't understand why they couldn't go back in there for play time. I don't know if there is a class on how to act professional, but there should be. It's amazing that these students think they are going to graduate and land a job at a nice spa or salon where people who will pay good money for services aren't going to want to hear about your latest drama in life in a unclean facility. You're not going to get far in your career. People who act professional and care about the quality of work they do could leave with a good client base. We all know if you really like someone you will follow them where they go even if you're not supposed to know where they left to. It isn't worth the discount in price to go there.