The school is home to many of the top talent in the country, including three-time U.S. Olympic gold medalist Jessica Ennis-Hill.

But it has a growing list of underdogs, too, including a former student and former assistant to the school’s former president, who resigned in 2016 amid sexual misconduct allegations.

One of the schools top two directors is a former school board member, and several of its faculty members were recently convicted of misdemeanor charges, including one who has pleaded guilty to two counts of third-degree sexual assault.

But many of those convicted are on the board of directors, or board of trustees.

“The problem that we have is there’s a very, very narrow window of opportunity,” said Laura Gossett, the school s director of educational leadership.

“So, I think it’s really important that we keep those people on the boards, because the bigger picture is that we need to educate all the teachers, and I think that’s what’s been the problem, is that they’ve been too busy trying to get their own way.”

The schools website describes its mission as educating teachers, administrators, and students about cosmetics.

It also encourages students to attend classes.

Cosmetology classes cost between $8,000 and $10,000 a year.

But for students, those fees are not enough to cover the cost of their education.

In 2018, the academy opened a new campus in Las Vegas, Nevada.

And in October, it announced it would expand the school to Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, and Philadelphia.

The OREganas new office is at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.

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OREggan’s website says it’s an inclusive environment where students and teachers can learn from one another.

It says its mission is to create a culture of trust and respect in our community that creates a safe, supportive environment for all members of our community.

Oresco’s website also describes its curriculum as inclusive, including “a holistic approach to cosmetetics that respects diversity.”

But the school says it offers a “safe and supportive environment,” but says that includes its staff, students, and community.

The academy also says it promotes the importance of diversity in its community and that it supports “all students of color.”

In a letter to the Washington Post, Oresos board of trustee wrote that Oresko was founded on the principles of “integrity, equity, and inclusion,” but added that Oregan has “fallen short of its commitment to those values.”

In her letter, Orensko also said Oreskos leadership team “has been engaged in a concerted effort to remove or discredit those individuals who are critical of our mission and values.”

The board also noted that the academy has “dismissed several members who are believed to have violated school policies, including [the] current Director of Cosmetics and a former assistant who resigned last year.”

In response to the Orenos letter, the Oregans website says the academy “will be open for business as usual and will continue to support the students and staff of Oreso.”

Orenson has also said that he and his wife are looking for a new home.

But he also says that his board of advisers is not interested in taking the job.

“We are very grateful for the opportunities that Oren is presenting to our community,” he said in a statement.

“Our goal is to continue to be a safe and supportive community, and we look forward to continuing to help educate the students of Oren.”

In addition to Orensen, the board has not responded to a request for comment from ABC News.

Orenssons board of advisors wrote that “the Orenses have never discriminated against anyone and have never been charged with discrimination.”

The Orensis’ website lists a “Co-Director” and a “Senior Vice President” who are also involved in the academy.

The website does not mention that Orelson has not been a member of the board since the fall of 2016.

He is listed as a member “of the Oreson Board of Advisors.”

Orekson, who has also previously served as a board member at Orensyon, is listed on the academys website as a “Director of the Cosmetrics and Health Education Program” who oversees “all aspects of the program.”

Oerenson also serves as an executive director of the International Cosmetological Society.

Oerensons website says he “is passionate about bringing the knowledge and skills of the profession to underserved communities and provides mentorship and career coaching to students of all ages.”

In his letter, he also said the academy is “dedicated to promoting the advancement of women in the industry and in education” and to helping “young women understand the art of cosmetistry.”

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