To the OP, though it's been more than a year: criminal record checks usually pull for both felonies and misdemeanors...and some may even throw in infractions as well. Whether the person running the check tells you they found anything on your record is a different story...they may see the misdemeanors/infractions and be fine with them.
One of the best ways to see what is on your record is to run a check on yourself. If you can, find out what service(s) the school and BON use. It does cost $30-40 per run, but knowing exactly what is on there before the school/BON does so you can prepare may be worth it.
As far as expunged charges, keep in mind that many--if not all--BONs require the applicant to disclose sealed, juvenile, dismissed and/or expunged charges. You can look at your local BON's website to see exactly what you need to disclose. If you don't tell the BON about an expunged/sealed/etc. charge and they discover it later on, you can lose your license because the BON would consider your actions as fraudulent.
As always, seek a lawyer for legal advice when it comes to your criminal record and applying/dealing with schools
, BONs and employers.
Best of luck!