Junior Cotillion 2010-2011 Registration (for returning families and friends...

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Pre-Registration for Junior Cotillion 2010-2011

(For students entering 5th, 6th, 7th or 8th Grade in Fall 2010)

Thank you for participating in Junior Cotillion this season. Many of you have asked about the registration process for next season.

The Junior Cotillion experience, as you know, allows students to mature in a positive environment. It allows them to meet friends for junior high and to learn social skills that are beneficial during their teen years. Each year in Junior Cotillion we build on the previous year as we add to the curriculum. We have many students who participate each season, from our 5th grade program through our Premiere, High School program. Next year, the sixth grade, Season One, program concludes with a black-tie Spring Ball, complete with a four-course dinner. The Season Two program concludes with a black-tie European Tour Ball, complete with a five-course dinner.

As a returning student, your child has enrollment priority during the pre-registration period prior to open-registration, which begins in April.

If you would like to have your child participate next season, a non-refundable deposit of $100 is due to secure their space. Once open-registration begins, spaces will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Tuition for the 2010 season will be $345.

We are offering an early payment discount of $20 to students who pay their account in full prior to April 13, 2010.

- 2010 Tuition (prior to 4/13/2010): $325

- 2010 Tuition (deposit only): $100, remaining balance of $245 will be billed

Please click here for the schedule: 2010-2011 Junior Cotillion Schedule

Invitations will be mailed via USPS the first part of April.

Membership is by invitation only.

The Junior Cotillion is a licensed program of the National League of Junior Cotillions™. NLJC is a program of etiquette and social dance training, with over 400 licensed chapters nationwide. Training thousands of young people each year, NLJC has been featured on major media networks, including NBC, CBS, ABC-TV, CNN and Associated Press. The program, established in 1978, has its headquarters in Charlotte, North Carolina.

For further information, please contact:


P. O. BOX 20506


E-mail: CareySue.Vega@nljc.com

Phone: (405) 721-1467

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