• High School Curriculum

    Life Skills | Manners | Character Education | Social Emotional Learning
  • High School Program

    Our High School curriculum includes modules on basic manners to improve his/her social skills and table manners. Phone and texting skills will also be taught as well as learning the importance of having a good online reputation. In addition, our curriculum also includes a job skills component to help students perform successfully at job interviews. Topics in this module include what to wear, how to sit, and what to say. On the topic of good manners, Associate Justice of the US Supreme Court, Judge Clarence Thomas said: “Good manners will open doors that the best education cannot.” It is never to late to start learning and practicing good manners and etiquette. 

    High School Students will learn:

    • First impressions
    • Social skills
    • Digital decorum
    • Communication skills
    • Appearance matters
    • Phone skills
    • Texting
    • Dining skills
    • How to set the table
    • How to hold a fork correctly
    • Napkin etiquette
    • Grades:
      9th thru 12th
    • Class Size:
      Min. 5 Students
    • Pricing:
      Contact for Pricing
    • Sessions:
      Fully Custom Scheduling
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    • Conversational Eloquence – eliminating meaningless interjections such as, “like,” “um,” and “ya know” from their speech
    • American Style versus European: what is the difference?
    • How to manage your online presence
    • What to post and what not to post
    • A powerful, professional and polished handshake
    • A business and casual introduction
    • Job Skills Component
    • Job interview skills
    • Preparing for and getting your first interview
      What to wear
      How to sit
      What to say
      How to handle yourself from start to finish
      How to follow-up after the interview
  • Why Manners For Life's High School program?

    Students who complete the  Manners For Life curriculum will become more polite, well-rounded teenagers and adults.

    Here are some of the qualities you can expect them to exhibit:

     

    • A polite and well-rounded teen/young adult
    • Improved confidence and self-esteem
    • Empathy for other
    • Using good manners and social skills in the classroom
    • Parents notice a difference at home
    • Displaying good manners in everyday life outside of the classroom
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