The Summer/Fall Semester of Social Arts Classes begins this Friday, August 23, 2019. Celebrating its fifth year serving families, Social Arts Atlanta will offer Social Arts 101 for ages 11-14 to start the semester.
Social Arts 101 is a series of five lessons that teach and practice important social skills including introductions, buffet dining, table dining and being a good guest. Each lesson also includes the introduction of a social dance such as Box Step or Swing. All these “tools for life” are reinforced with roll playing games and repetition throughout the semester.
Social Arts Classes are offered on a first-come-first-served basis and do not require an invitation or a perfectly balanced gender mix in its classes. Tuition is $275 for the semester. Complete curriculum and registration instructions are available here.
While not the most graceful expression, most know what this phrase means. It is time to lean into the work and stop procrastinating. During the month of June, Social Arts Atlanta is offering and opportunity do do just this with Social Arts 101 Summer Short Term. Requiring your tween or teen to do a bit of social protocol training my be met with resistance however, Social Arts Atlanta’s method and curriculum will have them feeling more confident and willing in a short time.
Social Arts 101 Summer Short Term is a class that compresses the five lesson of Social Arts 101 into a two-day format. It is for ages 11 to 14 and will be offered two times during the month of June: Saturday, June 15 & Sunday, June 16, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm each day and Monday, June 17 and Tuesday, June 18, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm. Class size is limited to 10 and is offered on a first-come-first-served basis. Tuition is $295 and includes a meal for each day. Please, visit here to learn more and to register.
Registration of the 2019 Winter/Spring Semester of Social Arts Class is now open. During this semester, Social Arts 101 and Social Arts 102 will be offered in five monthly classes. Registration is limited and offered on a first-come-first-served basis. Tuition is $275 per student. Social Arts Atlanta hopes to be of service to your family!
Social Arts 101 is a series of five monthly hour-and-fifteen-minute lessons that teach and give the opportunity to practice basic social skills and dances. Skills practiced include introductions, public right of way, dressing, dining from a buffet and at the table. Dances included for this class included the Box Step, basic Swing, the Waltz, the Meringue and the Cha Cha.
Social Arts 102 continues to build on the skills developed in Social Arts 101. It is also managed in five hour-and-fifteen-minute lessons. New skills worked on during the semester include conversation, resume writing, managing emergencies and approaching food challenges. Throughout the semester, students plan and manage the presentation of a party for friends, creating an event that requires the use of the skills they have learned during their time in Social Arts 101 and 102.
Social Arts Atlanta is pleased to announce a change to our class make-up policy. Students who miss a lesson, are welcome to make-up that same lesson during the next session of the class. SAA understands that schedules change and life happens. We are happy to welcome returning students so that they can take full advantage of Social Arts Classes.
Registration continues for the Summer/Fall Semester Social Arts Classes. Both Social Arts 101 and 102 are being offered during the Summer/Fall Semester. We encourage families to register their tweens and teen soon space is limited.
Social Arts 101 is for students ages 11 – 13 and is five classes of important social basics. Introductions, dining skills and the use of electronic media are covered using fun improvisational exercises. Each lesson also include learning as social dance such as the Box Step or Merengue.
Social Arts 102 is for students ages 12-14 and is five lesson that practice the basics but develop important “adult” skill like conversations, managing emergencies, first jobs and entrepreneurship. Students continue to practice social dances and the class culminates with a party that the students plan themselves.
All Social Arts Classes focus on seeing the underlying courtesy of social situations, use interactive exercises for hands-on experience and provide a fun and emotionally safe environment to work through the awkward periods of learning everyone experiences.
The Winter/Spring Semester of Social Arts Classes will now begin on Friday, February 2, 2018. This class will take place from 6:00 pm – 7:15 pm at International Montessori Academy. There is also a Lesson 1 class available on Sunday, February 4 from 4:00 pm – 5:15 pm at the Directors home in Inman Park. Registration remains open to welcome new students.
Following the new Lesson 1 dates, lessons will continue on the planned schedule of:Fridays – February 9, March 9, April 20 & May 11, 6:00 pm 7:15 pm at International Montessori Academy.
Social Arts Classes teach social protocol and dances. Roll playing and hands-on activities, give each student the opportunity to practice. This not only makes class time active, engaging and fun but also ensures that information is truly learned. Classes demystify the what and why of manners and etiquette and look to consideration, respect and honesty for answers about how to thrive in society.
Registration for the 2018 Winter/Spring Semester of Social Arts Class is now open. Social Arts Atlanta will be offering Social Arts 101 and Social Arts 102 from January through May 2018.
Social Arts 101 for 6th – 8th graders teaches and practices important social basics like introductions and dining skills with a repertoire of social dances like the Box Step and the Merengue. Detail about the curriculum are available here.
Social Arts 102 for 6th – 9th graders continues with the important social basics learned in Social Arts 101 and builds by learning about things like job skills and hosting events. Details about the curriculum are available here.
Social Arts Classes teach social protocol and social dances. This knowledge leads to skills which increases confidence. Roll playing and hands-on activities, give each student the opportunity to practice. This not only makes class time active, engaging and fun but also ensures that information is truly learned. Demystifying the what and why and looking to consideration, respect and honesty is the goal of these classes.