The ICoHS International School Announces Its New, Completely Redesigned Website

The ICoHS International School in San Diego, California is announcing a completely redesigned, new website.

May 16, 2018 —

The ICoHS International School is proud to announce the launch of their new, completely redesigned website.

The new website went live on February 1, 2018 and has been updated to provide the ultimate user-friendly experience. The ICoHS International School website contains all relevant content for students and community members through extensive information about the school and the four different programs offered. Users can easily find information about the online application, tuition costs, and career services. In addition, visitors can find out about the school’s accreditation, alliances, and affiliations. There is also a special section with alumni testimonials and achievements.

Individuals interested in the school’s Holistic Health Practitioner program, Professional Massage Therapist program, Computer Network Technician program, and continuing education program will easily find all the information they need on the newly redesigned website. Students and visitors can stay informed with the latest news from ICoHS International School through the monthly newsletter and the ICoHS blog. There is also easy access to the school’s social media platforms, such as Instagram and Facebook. Additionally, interested individuals can learn more about ICoHS’ Mind Body Soul Center and can even book their massages online.

The ICoHS International School was established in 1984 as The Institute of Health Sciences. In 1990, the school was renamed The School of Healing Arts to reflect the community-oriented vision of holistic health, and in 2015 the school became The International College of Holistic Studies. With the addition of new programs in 2018, the school renamed itself again to become ICoHS International College. ICoHS International College is located in the Little Italy area of San Diego, California, just blocks from the beautiful San Diego Bay.

The ICoHS International School defines itself as a dynamic, compassionate, and personalized environment in which students are inspired to reach their fullest growth potential. All of the programs offered at ICoHS International College are designed to prepare students for rewarding careers in their chosen field. Lifelong learning is modeled and encouraged through various continuing education classes. Additionally, ICoHS International College is committed to each student’s future success and helps each graduate to build and maintain a thriving professional practice upon graduation.

The ICoHS International School is accredited through ACCET, the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education and Training. At ICoHS, their motto is “Start a Meaningful Career,” and the school currently offers four career-oriented programs: Holistic Health Practitioner, Professional Massage Therapist, Computer Network Technician, and a continuing education program. These programs and more are all featured on the ICoHS International School’s new, redesigned website.

For more information about the ICoHS International School, visit the newly redesigned website at www.icohs.edu.

Contact Info:
Name: Kieu Vo
Email: info@icohs.edu
Phone: (858) 581-9460
Organization: ICoHS International College

Release ID: 346051

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