Cosmetology School Beauty School in Texas – Ogle School
Cosmetology Schools in Fort Worth Texas
Ogle School Hair, Skin Nails
Fort Worth Campus
The Ogle School Fort Worth campus, located in the Cityview Shopping Center next to the Academy Sports Store, offers day and evening courses and qualifications in cosmetology, including hair, skin and nails. As well as class training, students receive invaluable practical experience in our on-campus, student-powered salons, supervised by our licensed, experienced instructors.
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Since 1973, Ogle School has prepared committed students for rewarding careers in the beauty industry through salon-modeled, student-centered training and development of the highest caliber.
Fort Worth City Guide
A major stop-off on the original Chisholm Trail, cowboys would come to Fort Worth for the saloons and dance halls. Butch Cassidy, the Sundance Kid, Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday were all Fort Worth patrons at one time or another. The city is proud of its status as the gateway to the West, and the Stockyards National Historic District captures that spirit for the tourists, with daily cattle drives and live country music. But elsewhere Fort Worth is a dynamic, modern and prosperous town with a population of around 780,000 people and a mix of attractive architecture, from some of the oldest Victorian buildings in Texas to Art Deco frontages and modern skyscrapers.
Fort Worth is a unique mix of Old West charm, world-class culture and commerce, and whoop-it-up nightlife.
Fort Worth boasts many leisure spaces, from the urban greenery of Burnett Park, surrounded by high-rise buildings, to the peace and quiet of the Trinity Trails, 80 miles of scenic walking or biking around the Trinity River. Panther Island Pavilion, 40 acres of riverfront downtown, is a favorite new venue for local events; beer festivals, the Fort Worth Music Festival and the Rockin’ the River festival.
Since the original cowboys spent their hard-earned in the saloons and dance halls of Fort Worth’s legendary Hell’s Half Acre, this has been a party town, and today is no different. The West Seventh Street District is a lively and upbeat mix of bars, nightclubs and restaurants, and the town hosts several music festivals. Music on Main is a major local festival, with bands playing over four days on three stages set up on Main Street. The Fort Worth Music Festival puts on a full spread of blues, jazz, pop, indie rock and country as well as local cuisine and art exhibits, and the Clearfork Music Festival at the Heart of the Ranch at Clearfork, just outside Fort Worth to the southwest, showcases local bands.
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