“Manners Matter: Building Character, Confidence and Courtesy”
Susan’s professional and personal mission is to guide young people to develop character with a focus on respect for others through both etiquette and dance skills. With that goal in mind, we offer the following etiquette programs for youth (Click on the link for more information):
In our society, good manners were considered an important part of a child’s upbringing until the 1960s. The 60’s and 70’s ushered in a decline in the popularity of etiquette training. The return to traditional values is bringing about an increasing appreciation of good manners.
Polished manners and superb social skills will play an essential role in the bright future we envision for our children. Today’s children and teens travel, interview for school and summer jobs and are frequent guests at formal functions and in the homes of friends. Class Act Etiquette will help prepare your child, give him or her confidence to feel comfortable in a variety of situations.
“My daughter eats, sleeps, and lives your dance classes. She has foundherself
a niche. And she loves being one of your teaching assistants atCotillion
and Etiquette/Dance Summer Camp. Thanks for all you do for thesekids. “ Cindy Broaddus