Student Resources

Emergency Information
This website is a student resource for up-to-date information about school alerts, closures and openings during emergencies or unfavorable weather situations. The updates from this site are available via telephone by calling the school’s general information number at 561.439.9600.

As any emergency situation progresses, updates will also be available through local news media and through our school home page: http://www.latinbeautyacademy.edu/, group e-mails and text messages will be sent. If you have changed your contact information, please update it in the main office.

To learn more about how to prepare for an emergency, visit the Emergency Preparedness website: http://emergency.cdc.gov/preparedness/ and read the emergency procedures or emergency plans.

Important Numbers

  • School Emergency Information: Call 561.475.6179
  • Police: Call 911
  • Environmental Emergency: 24-Hour Hotline: Call 512-471-3511
  • Fire Emergency: Call 911


Text Message Alerts

The school will use your contact information to send you emergency text messages delivered to your mobile device.

Decision Process for Weather Delays and Closures

The school’s administration will follow the orientation from the county, state or federal institutions and keep posted to all students.
Federal Policy Regarding Federal Student Aid and Drug Law Convictions
Latin Beauty Academy penalizes to students who are convicted of possession or sale of drugs. A student convicted of a federal or state drug offense that occurred during a period of enrollment for which the student was receiving Title IV (federal) financial aid is ineligible for federal student aid (FSA).*

The chart below illustrates the period of ineligibility for FSA funds, depending on whether the conviction was for sale or possession and whether a student had previous offenses. (A conviction for sale of drugs includes convictions for conspiring to sell drugs.)
Possession of Illegal DrugsSale of Illegal Drugs
1st offense1 year from date of conviction2 years from date of conviction
2nd offense2 years from date of convictionIndefinite period
3rd offense and beyondIndefinite period Indefinite period
* Exceptions include any conviction that was reversed, set aside, or removed from a student’s record, a conviction received as a juvenile (unless the student was tried as an adult), and any conviction for an offense that did not occur when a student was receiving Title IV aid.

Reference: U.S. Department of Education's Federal Student Aid Handbook. (2014-15, Volume 1, Chapter 1, pp. 1-15 to 1-16) http://ifap.ed.gov/fsahandbook/attachments/1415Vol1Ch1.pdf#zoom=75

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