Premiere (High School) Programs Begin Soon!

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Our Junior Cotillion (5th-8th grade) programs are currently underway and our Premiere (High School) Programs begin soon!


Premiere Fall Fling Party:  Please encourage high school students to attend our annual “Fall Fling Party” on Tuesday, October 9.  This is a fun opportunity for students who are interested in participating in the Premiere, High School, program to learn more about Cotillion.  Guests are encouraged to bring a friend to the event as a great way to introduce them to the program.We will have a DJ and dancing. Finger foods and dessert will be served.Dress Code: Business Casual.
Gentlemen, please wear khaki pants, or slacks, a dress shirt or polo style shirt (tucked in with belt).
Ladies, please wear a conservative skirt or dress (skirt length to be no shorter than 2 inches above the knee).
No jeans, tennis shoes or hats please.Tickets are $7.50 for one or $10.00 for two and are available online by going to:


Premiere Program:  The Premiere Program begins in January and the class is already filling up, if you are interested in your high school aged child participating, please register him or her soon.  In addition, if you know of anyone interested in this program, please feel free to share this email with them.  The Premiere Program is open to students in 9th-12th grades, previous Cotillion participation is not required.  Details for the Premiere Program, 9th-12th grades, are available online at


Premiere Interview Intensive:  As part of our continued effort to “develop the whole child,” we are excited to continue with our “Interview Intensive” program to instruct students, 10th-12th grades, in the aspects of interaction in interview settings.  We are excited about these efforts to equip the professionals of tomorrow with the manners, etiquette and social skills they will need in the transition from the admission process of the halls of academe, through first job interviews, and on to positions as well respected members of our business and professional communities.

To mark the culmination of our training, students will attend a formal reception where they will be paired with an adult who will interview them for 10-15 minutes and then critique them on their performance.  The process will be repeated until each student has had 3-4 interviews and critiques.  We plan to make the interview process fairly challenging and difficult for them, so that later in life, when they are placed in a high-stakes interview situation, they will be able to enter in knowing how to conduct themselves and therefore feel more confident.

For details on the Interview Intensive Program for 10th-12th graders, please go to

Space is limited this year for both the Premiere Program and the Premiere Interview Intensive, so please register early.


Parents:  We need professionals to interview the high school students as part of our Premiere Interview Intensive Program (see details above) on Thursday, November 13th from 5:30-7:00 p.m.  If you, or someone in your office, would like to help – please contact me so I can add you to the list.


As always, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to email or call.

Carey Sue
Home/Office 721-1467

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