Children and Young Adults
Children and young adults want to be respected and validated as much as ever. Teaching them to be respectful of others earns them that respect and validation. Good manners enhance their confidence and self-esteem. When children and teens feel confident, they naturally feel better about themselves. Manners are about treating others with the dignity that we hope to receive for ourselves. The Asheville School of Etiquette focuses on social graces, life skills and character development in the children and young adult curriculum.
The Children & Young Adult Class Content Includes:
Social and Public Etiquette
Cellphone and Texting Etiquette
Thank You Notes
Handling the Utensils
Ordinary Manners Create Extraordinary Opportunities
A fun-filled day at the Asheville Masonic Temple with this already well-mannered group from ages 8 to 12 learning social graces, communication skills, and table etiquette.
Photo by - H. Jacob
Instructing students on the fundamentals of Dining and Social Etiquette.
Photos by - J.Hannah