The Girls Rule! Etiquette Imperative is designed for pre-kindergarden, primary, middle and high school aged young ladies.
This program provides an organized opportunity for discussion of the rules of etiquette in an age appropriate fun and engaging manner. Access to these esteem building, critical life skills help girls to successfully navigate social situations, enhance their communication skills and serve them well as they transition in to adulthood.
This customizable program which may be delivered in schools, churches and other youth serving organizations is delivered though fun, interactive exercises in order that the newly learned information becomes a replicable life skill. Take a sneak peek at our recent winter session, or see what girls are saying about the program! The curriculum focuses upon a variety of topics such as: visual poise, personal grooming and style, communication and social etiquette and table manners through fun interactive exercises in order that the newly learned information becomes a replicable life skill. Upon successful completion of The Etiquette Imperative students receive a certificate of completion to celebrate their achievement.
These life enriching coaching workshops may also be customized to meet the needs of young ladies and gentlemen at your school or community organization as a year around program, workshop or organization fundraiser.
Please email us or call us at (312) 479-0789 to learn more.
The Etiquette Imperative Class Schedule
2012 - 2013 Sessions
Kurr Middle School
Hinton Elementary School
Mann Public School
Kershaw International Baccalaureate School
Granville T. Woods Math and Science Academy
Gillespie Technology and Mathematics Academy
Azuela Elementary School
Lavizzo Elementary School
Know Your Destination Etiquette Summer Series
Hinton Elementary School
May - June
Arthur Ashe Elementary School
Dining Etiquette Foundations
Holiday Etiquette Matters
March 7 (American Girl Place event)
The Etiquette Imperative (Pre-K - age 7)
The Etiquette Imperative for Teens
“Possessing good manners helps children build confidence, increase self-esteem, improve communication skills, make friends, and create a positive impression on others.”
"This (The Etiquette Imperative) is a beautiful thing. It is such a blessing to see young ladies be excited about and successfully learn and demonstrate such poise and grace. You all keep doing what you are doing!"
Effie Rolfe, V103 /AM 1390 Gospel Radio Personality &
Mistress of Ceremony of 2007 Hat of Glove Tea
What Girls Are Saying About The Etiquette Imperative
"I didn't expect to have so much fun or make new friends when my mom told me about the classes."
"What was the most valuable thing I learned today? EVERYTHING! I hope that I can come back."
"I learned that even if a boy does something that makes me mad, I shouldn't compromise my integrity. Sometimes, being a lady is about ignoring ignorance."
"Well now I know that being a lady is about what we do AND what we won't allow ourselves to do.
I like that."
In the News...
Girls Rule! recognized by ABC 7 & McDonalds Corporation, Feb., 2012
Etiquette Imperative holiday tips featured on Fox News.