History

 

History

Teaching kids manners, how to teach preschool etiquette, teach manners to preschool children, manners teaching guide preschool manners, manners preschool children, Maryland preschool teach manners, Virginia etiquette school, teach college students manners, teach manners schools, teach manners to kids, teach manners to children, table manners kidsThe International School of Protocol’s origins go back to the early 1990’s when a group of interested families expressed a desire for their children to be educated in social graces, including the basic steps of ballroom dancing. Thus, My Lady’s Manor Dancing Classes, followed by My Lady’s Manor Dancing and Etiquette Classes, began. This cotillion and etiquette program served more than 150 children each year in grades 2-8. Further interest in an expanded program led the founders Cathleen Hanson and Carol Campbell Haislip to use their respective backgrounds as a college professor of communication and a business executive with an MBA to develop an etiquette and protocol program that incorporated current communication research and real business applications.

The International School of Protocol has served more than one thousand corporations, groups, schools, after school programs, colleges &universities, outreach programs, as well as hundreds of individuals seeking incorporation and practice of good manners, professional development, customer service, intercultural sensitivity, awareness of personal and business protocol, and an interest in teaching etiquette.