All-State is committed to providing specialized training that enables each student to achieve his or her career goals. In order to do that, each prospective student attends a personalized career planning session with an admissions representative. This session allows the student to learn about career options, and also ask questions about the school and curriculum.
In addition to the career planning session, All-State also requires that prospective students have a high school diploma or a recognized equivalency certificate (GED). Every individual will be given a personal evaluation to determine their ability to be successful in their program of choice, a tour of the facility and an opportunity to enroll in the next available class.
We encourage you to find out more about what All-State can offer you by filling out our information form on the Contact Us page.