Below are some of the more frequently asked questions we receive regarding the Cotillion. If you still have questions after reviewing these, please contact us online or 610.688.9746.
Is Cotillion just dance classes?
Cotillion is a social education program where children learn social skills and the art of social dance. The program cultivates positive, healthy habits that offer long-term advantages, by teaching respect, courtesy and consideration; how to properly introduce oneself; the importance of dress and appearance; and the basics of table manners and etiquette. Throughout the course of the program, students learn to be comfortable in social situations, communicate better and develop respect and courtesy for the opposite sex.
What is appropriate attire for Cotillion?
Boys are required to dress in coats, ties and hard-soled shoes. Girls are required to wear dresses or skirts with blouses, flats or low heels and white gloves. Sandals, mules and boots are not acceptable footwear for Cotillion.
Where do I purchase white gloves?
This year we ask that all girl registrants find their own gloves. You can find these gloves on Amazon.
Can students with a learning or physical disability participate?
We absolutely welcome all interested students who are of age. Please contact us via phone (610-688-9746) or contact us online in advance of the start of classes so that we may discuss special requirements.
What is your refund policy?
Due to the popularity of our program, we are unable to offer refunds, with the exception of extraordinary circumstances.
Still have questions? Give us a call at 610-688-9746 or contact us online, and we’d be happy to answer your questions or address your concerns.