San Dieguito Cotillion teaches children ballroom dancing and the art of etiquette

Being in its 58th years of serving the youth of  San Diego County, the San Dieguito Cotillion teaches not only dancing, etiquette and manners, but addresses many social skills and subjects in this forever changing world.

Etiquette is a staple of society and good manners are the hallmark of civility. The San Dieguito Cotillion is the stepping stone to achieve them.

The Cotillion’s mission is to develop well-groomed, respectful and poised young ladies and gentlemen who not only understand the importance of social graces, but also know how to dance. The goal is to send the children out into the world well equipped to succeed.

Having good manners and being able to properly present oneself is no longer a luxury, but a necessity in today’s increasingly competitive society and business climate.

The San Dieguito Cotillion stands as a model in educating the young ladies and gentlemen to enjoy, appreciate and respect their role in society.

Requests for invitations for the 2012-2013 season is now in full swing.

Children are being accepted from 5th through 12th grade.

Dances taught are waltz, foxtrot, tango, Latin dances, swing and polka.

Parents may visit http://www.sandieguitocotillion.com. Click on the “Contact Us” button and fill out the required information in order to receive an invitation and registration.

The website shows the dates of the dances and a wide variety of pictures and videos for parents to peruse.

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