Welcome to Barbering

  • Teacher Name: Mr. Daniel Wallace

    Welcome to Barbering with Mr. Wallace.  This course is a combination of classroom instruction and in house barber shop experience.  Mr. Wallace has been in the Barbering field for over 10 years and has owned and operated his own business for the last 7 years.  Mr. Wallace is a NYS licensed Master Barber as well as a NYS licensed Owner/Operator. 

    This class is designed to give an overview of the Barbering industry, licensing and business opportunities for professional growth.  This program emphasizes training in safety, sanitation, haircutting, shaving, facial massaging, shampooing, designs and all aspects of hair styling of current and past trends.  Students will not only earn 500 hours and be eligible to sit for the NYS licensing exam but they will also receive professional knowledge in all aspects of business.  All students will receive the knowledge and hands on experience necessary to be a successful Master Barber as well as a successful Business owner.

What's Happening...

  • Hastings Academy Barber Shop is open for business!

    Posted by Daniel Wallace on 4/19/2018

    Hastings Barber Shop

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  • St. Baldrick's was a success!

    Posted by Daniel Wallace on 4/19/2018

                         Mr. Wallace donates his hair courtesy of his students.

    His students this year raised over $400.00 in efforts to conquer childhood cancer.

                Mr. Wallace donates his hair in honor of the St. Baldrick's Foundation

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  • Donate Today!

    Posted by Daniel Wallace on 3/26/2018 2:15:00 PM
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  • Get Ready for St. Baldrick's

    Posted by Daniel Wallace on 3/15/2018

    Saint Baldrick's The St. Baldrick's Foundation is a not-for-profit organization with the aim of raising funds to help find cures for children with cancer. The name of the foundation is not associated with a recognized Saint of Catholic Church, but is founded on word play and appropriation of the title of sainthood. Volunteers sponsored by family, friends, and employers shave their heads or "chop" their ponytails in solidarity with children who typically lose their hair during cancer treatment in order to raise funds.


    ~Taken from Wikipedia 

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