As a student I can personally attest to the teacher, "advisor", "principal", owner. Ann Marie has complete emotional investments in her school. And it does not benefit the students.
While I was attending her school she put her students through a lot to say the least. One day she would be easy going and relaxed; the next she was dismissive, condescending, egotistical, ignorant, manipulative, deceitful, neurotic, and militant ect. over the most minute details. Unless you were her favorite that week. All this with Adult students (which she constantly referred to as "kids); it was worse than middle school.
You just never knew which Miss Ann you were getting. Days were long, and it wasn't uncommon for her to drive someone to crying or picking a fight with a student. She will be the first to tell you she wants harmony but as soon as she will tell you that, she's the one in her office watching the camera waiting to cause a conflict. All the students got along well as long as Miss Ann didn't get involved.
A topic of constant debate was dress code. Most schools make it easy, all black. Not Miss Ann. She asked that we wear sneakers, jeans with minimal distress, and a top with no logo or words, or cleavage, or numbers, or a top she just didn't personally care for. Her dress code was subject to change daily. And seemed to only suit her style of minimal effort in an industry based on beauty. It was exhausting.
Educationally speaking she taught us state board okay, there was a few times we had arguments over discrepancies between the print