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Cosmetology 1 and 2

Ms. Annastachia Hill

 

Subjects Taught
Cosmetology 1 and 2

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Biography 

Annastachia Hill attended cosmetology school at Tazewell County Career and Technical Center. A proud alumna, she is delighted to be working at the school that helped launch her career.  Ms. Hill started her professional cosmetology career in the summer of 2006 at SmartStyle in Pounding Mill, Virginia. Then she went on to have her own salon for seven years. Needing a change, she decided that booth rental was the right option for her and moved to Nashville, T.N. In Nashville, she served as the assistant manager at a salon named Great Clips. Hill then returned to her hometown of Tazewell, Virginia, and went back to booth renting with her co-worker at TCCTC, Sarah Cooke. After school hours she can be found most of the time at Razor Salon in Tazewell, Virginia.


Hill started with the school system as a long-term sub on November 30, 2020.  She joined TCCTC cosmetology teacher, Sarah Cooke. She enjoyed working as a long-term substitute and was called the week after the end of the 2020-2021 school year to come back to long-term sub for cosmetology again. She quickly said yes. That long-term position turned into a career. It is so rewarding teaching the students what I’ve learned in school along with everything I have learned along my journey,” said Hill. 

 
 
 
Beauty Salon Assistant
A course designed to teach students in a clinical lab setting, students learn practical and manipulative skills with an emphasis on safety and sanitation, shampooing and conditioning, retailing, inventory control, and receptionist work. Competency completions allow students a certificate for entry-level employment.
Cosmetology

A course designed to prepare students in the study of hair, skin, and nails and their related care, students prepare in a clinical lab setting, using mannequins and live models for manipulative skill practice with an emphasis on safety, sanitation, communication, and management skills. Related areas of study include psychology, ethics, and presentation of a professional image. Students who successfully complete this program sequence will be prepared to take and pass the Virginia Board of Cosmetology licensing exam. Students must log at least 840 clinical.