A new career is waiting for you – like these dental assistant school graduates. Before Graduation 30% of our students have new Jobs. A little hard work, determination, and a great attitude is all you need to get you through 13-weeks of classes that will change your life!
Our dental assistant school graduates know that they have the knowledge they need to be the best of the best in their new career field!
Is Dental Assisting a career for you? We are enrolling now for our next sessions, so simply email, call (615) 988-8484 or, come visit the school today and check out our dental assistant facebook page!
Dr Kellye N. Rice
Is your current job going nowhere? Have you checked into becoming a dental assistant for a fulfilling career? If so, then the Dental Assistant School of Nashville is right for you. At our school 30% of our students have dental assisting Jobs before Graduation! Last chance to enroll in the next session. Contact us as soon as possible before the session is full!
If you’re looking for a fast paced, professional class that will give you friends for life and the best Dental assistant education anywhere around, give us a call! In between practicing new skills, learning all the new facts they’re given, and finding new friends, our students can always find time for a little fun!
If you want to join our next session simply email, call (615) 988-8484 or, come visit the school today and check out our dental assistant facebook page!
Dr Kellye N. Rice
Our dental assistant school students have made many successful achievements. We are so proud of them. Some of our students had this to share about their experience in the program…
“Before I started into the dental program, I was a part time student attending CSCC. Almost two years ago I lost my father due to an illness. The part year was extremely hard and I could not focus on any of my assignments. My father was my guidance and my tutor. He helped me with all my homework assignments. For awhile, I believed I was not going to get anywhere without him. Until, I heard about the dental program. So I decided to give it a try.”
“I met with Mrs. Kaye who was very sweet and gave a warm welcome. I explained to her my situation and that I had a learning disability. She was very understanding and told me a little bit about the program and the instructor. I get the opportunity to meet with the instructor Mrs. Janeane the same day. After talking with Mrs. Janeane, I was less nervous and more excited to start classes. A few weeks into the program and I was already learning so much. Mrs. Janeane was very encouraging and had confidence in all of her students. She treated us all like we were her own children. She took the time to make sure we understood the material. She made learning a fun and exciting experience for us all. Mrs. Janeane is one of the best instructors I’ve ever had. And because of her, I’ve learned so much and will be graduating as an RDA (Registered Dental Assistant). Mrs. Janeane helped me to have confidence in myself and that nothing is impossible, because the word itself says I’m possible! I would definitely recommend this program to anyone who wants to work in the dental field!” – says Heather T.
Another student had this to say about our dental assistant school…
“I had been referred by a former student of the Dental Assistant School of Nashville who said that I should definitely try it out. My life had not been going too great in the employment area. So I thought that school would be the same. I decided to take a leap of faith and sign-up so that I could make a greater life for me and my unborn son. From my very 1st day of walking into class, I knew that I would succeed. Mrs. Janeane and my classmates made my time here very interesting and worth every penny. I will most definitely recommend anyone who wants a great learning experience and great career to come to the Dental Assistant School of Nashville.” – says Kamira B.
Have goals to become a dental assistant like these two students did? If so, then all you have to do to join our next session is simply email, call (615) 988-8484 or, come visit the school today and check out our dental assistant facebook page!
Dr Kellye N. Rice
This course has truly blessed me in more ways than one.
It has provided me with the information and knowledge needed to succeed properly. Thinking that I was beginning to lose faith in my career option, thinking I was talking too long in school.
The dental assisting class gave me that reassurance, that things will come I just have to be patient. Now, finally after 3 years of undergrad I’m starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel. Dentistry is something I’ve always wanted to do! I have a passion for it and my mind is made up.
I would like to thank the office of Dr. Kaye Rice and Ms. Janeane especially. Ms. Janeane never gave up on any of her students no matter how difficult of learning the student may have.
She had patience and is caring. Great people that are willing to help are hard to find, but she is a true blessing.
Thank you DASN for all the hard work and time you all put into us!
With much love and respect,
– says Adia S.
About 5 years ago, I found DASH, I wanted to apply as fast as possible but being a single teen parent, the money was going to be an issue. I would save, save, save but between sending my boyfriend to rehabs, working minimum wage and taking care of a 2 year. My money would drain. So I set myself a goal for 2017. I was going to become a Dental Assistant. No matter what it took, I was going to reach my goal. Walking in my 1st day, I was so nervous. My anxiety was through the roof! I picked my chair (closest to the door) little did I know. That was Ms. Janeane’s chair! FYI don’t see in Ms. Janeane’s chair. She told me to get out of her chair! And then she smiled and laughed and I knew she was not a Mean Janeane. We went around the table and introduced ourselves and that is where the last class of 2017 story began. I was completely blessed to be put in that class. God knew what he was doing when he made me wait. I really loved coming to class every Tuesday-Thursday. I even came in on Halloween as a Raccoon!
Anyways, I loved DASN and I will always be thankful that I was the last class of 2017.
– says Ashley A.
Here is a life changing dental school success story form one of our students: “My story begins with my family living from pay check to pay check. My husband found the ad from craigslist from this school about becoming a dental assistant. I thought he was crazy but I decided to check it out anyway. Mrs. Kaye was amazing at telling me what I needed to do along with showing me around the office. I felt so welcomed, So I signed up for class.
The instructor for this dental assisting school is awesome and such a sweet person. I learned so much in my 13-week course. I highly recommend this school to anyone. I found a job before graduation!”
Another one of our students had this to say about our class: ” I am extremely grateful to have been able to attend the Dental Assisting School of Nashville. I knew I always wanted a career in the Health Field but I wasn’t sure which field I wanted to work in. I began searching and found The Dental Assistant School of Nashville and it immediately caught my attention.
I began my research and decided to just go for it. I was nervous and excited on the first day of class but I can now say I have the confidence I need and have made the best decision. Our teacher Mrs. Janeanne was so kind and patient, she made sure to help us gain a better understanding no matter what our questions were. Her knowledge and passion for dentistry showed the moment she began teaching. I will miss this school but I am very excited to begin my career as an official Dental Assistant.
Want to achieve goals like these two students? All you have to do is join our next session – simply email, call (615) 988-8484, or come visit the school today!
Dr Kellye N. Rice
Another dental assistant class graduation at the Dental Assistant School of Nashville. 71% of our graduates had a job by graduation day (five out of seven). We are proud of all of our students – nice work everyone.
Do you want to find a great paying career like these students have just started? If so, then why not become a dental assistant today? To join our next session – simply email, call (615) 988-8484, or come visit the school today! Class size is limited so hurry!
We look forward to hearing from you soon.
Dr Kellye N. Rice
My success story started the day that I attended the Dental Assistant School of Nashville. This program taught me the skills and knowledge to be the best dental assistant I can be. It was a great experience and it Gave me a Solid Career, a lot of memories, hands-on experience, and great friendships (dental assistant career).
I was never given the option to fail or give up and the teacher Mrs Janeane was so wonderful. She worked so hard making sure that everyone understood the material. I would re-do this program in a heartbeat. I have learned so much in the past few weeks and I can’t wait to see where I will go.
– says Halee
The Dental Assistant School of Nashville has been an Incredible Experience. I went to the University of Mississippi for a year and realized it just wasn’t for me. I found out about this program and I was so excited and ready to start my journey as a dental assistant! (Dental Assisting Classes Incredible Experience)
Janeane was a wonderful teacher and had the knowledge to help us learn about dental assisting. I always looked forward to coming to class since it was so enjoyable and I will miss my classmates.
– says Sydney
Joining the Dental Assistant School of Nashville turned out to be one of the best decision I have made. This has been the most enjoyable education experiences I have had. The teacher and the rest of the staff are so encouraging to everyone and that makes learning that much easier. (This was a dental assistant school best decision!)
I have learned more than I ever thought I would while also having so much fun in class. I feel that this school has completely prepared me for my future career in dental assisting. I would highly recommend this school to anyone thinking about becoming a dental assistant.
– says Candace M.