Etiquette Saint Louis students learn that practicing good manners should be a way of life. Poise and self-confidence help young people feel good about themselves. The child with a healthy self-esteem becomes the adult with a positive sense of self. By learning to blend contemporary manners with traditional etiquette, all participants are at ease with adults, with their peers, and most importantly, with themselves.

Call 314-799-9933 today to enroll your daughter or son or to book your customized corporate program.

Manners for Girls
Manners for Young Ladies teaches young girls the social etiquette, table manners and personal style that inspire self-confidence.

Manners for Boys
Manners for Young Men teaches the social skills and table manners.

Manners for Teens
Manners for Teens can help your teenager meet life's challenges with confidence by teaching them social skills, etiquette and personal style.

Corporate Seminars
Etiquette Saint Louis will customize a business etiquette seminar or workshop for your company. Our seminars can help your company to improve teamwork, polish your corporate image and improve the quality of your work environment.

Consultant Training
Melenie Broyles, of Etiquette Saint Louis, created a training organization called The Manners Partnership. The Manners Partnership offers training to individuals who desire to be the crème de la crème of the manners industry.


Kids and Nice Places

Do not immediately provide entertainment for your child.  Give them a chance to learn the rules for behavior in a restaurant, church, movie theater, library, airplane etc.

People should not expect kids to be perfect.  Do not feel like you must always apologize ahead of time. If you deal with it, you do not need to apologize.

Headphones, headphones, headphones...... Please do not teach your child that it is ok to listen to the volume on a device in a public place without headphones. Manners mean thinking of others. Even young children can understand this.

Stay in seat (plane, restaurant, movie), say please and thank you, no means no.

Do not allow them to run around, make a mess or lean over tables or walls to view others eating or conducting business.

Keep in mind if you review the rules ahead of time they will be more prepared.



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