Atlanta School of Design

January 24, 2017
The Art Institute of Atlanta
Floral Design School

Thanks for visiting Hall’s Atlanta Floral Design School. With respect to our school I’d prefer to offer good wishes and sincere wants your future within the exciting realm of floral design. Regardless if you are a newcomer or journeyman, we’re certain you’ll find our curriculum rewarding, informative, not to mention, educational. Around the connected pages, you’ll find all the information essential to complete your enrollment and registration. Don't hesitate to call for those who have any queries or concerns.

The agenda for our classes is continually being up-to-date as courses are added, completed, or offered out. Please see the schedule by hanging within the “Design School” tab above or hitting the schedule link here:

Relation to Enrollment: Primary Classes

(all 3-week classes)

  • Classes are all-inclusive. Course fee includes: flowers, preps, containers, tools, literature, expert instruction. All materials go back home using the student in the finish of every day.
  • Class enrollment is dependant on a “first come-first served” availability.
  • $350.00 retainer is needed sometimes of registration. Retainer is non-refundable, and is applicable straight to tuition.
  • Class dimensions are restricted to 10 students per class period, to insure more direct student/teacher interaction.
  • Final tuition payment arrives 1 week before first day's class.
  • Curriculum is dependant on a rigorous thirty-two and something half (32.5) hour training program (may include 36 hrs), covering facets of floral design from planning and buying, to high style design. For particulars of curriculum, please visit curriculum outline.
  • Students must attend no less than thirty hrs of sophistication to get certificates. Punctuality is urged.

Class Structure: Primary Classes

(3 days, three days each week, each period)

Hall’s Atlanta Floral Design School relies on a fresh method of teaching the particulars of floral design. We provide a “hands–on” building class, with every student finishing 2 to 3 plans each day. Intensive training periods, integrated having a greater teacher-to-student ratio, along with a progressive class structure, allows students to succeed quickly.

Source: hallsatlanta.com
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