FAQ

 

When Do I register for classes?

Registration takes place twice a year. Registration for winter classes takes place in October and registration for spring classes takes place in May.

There are two phases of registration:

*Registration for “pre-arranged groups” of 10-14 students begins on October 1st and May 1st at 8:00 am. Please read details on how to register a “pre-arranged” group of your child’s friends or classmates.

*Open registration for single registrants to fill any remaining spots in classes or on my calendar begins on October 15th and May 15th at 8:00 am.

What is your cancellation policy?

All class fees are paid at the time of registration and include a $50 non-refundable class deposit. If your plans change and you are no longer interested in your student’s space, I will begin trying to fill the space. If I am able to do this, you will receive a refund (minus the $50 non-refundable deposit.)

What is your weather cancellation policy?

All “Etiquette with Miss Amy” classes that meet in the Mountain Brook location follow the Mountain Brook City Schools weather closings. If a class is cancelled due to a weather closing, I will offer a make up session on the same day of the week as your regularly scheduled class.

Do you offer any type of discount for multiple children?

If you have twins or siblings who are in the same class, I offer a discount of $50. Please add BOTH students to your “basket” at checkout and enter the code TWINDISCOUNT in the “Discount Code” section.

What do I do if i don’t see a class for my Child’s age group?

If you don’t see an available class for your child’s age group, please email me at etiquettewithamyrainer@gmail.com. Provide me with your child’s name and grade level and I will add them to a list of students who are interested in a class. I will let you know if something is formed for your child’s age group.

What classes do you offer?

Classes are offered for boys and girls. All curriculum builds upon itself. While it is beneficial for students to take the classes in order, it is not required.

GIRLS

1, 2 or 3rd grade girls- The Art of Conversation (a conversation skills class)

3rd or 4th grade girls- Goodness and Grace, Part 1 (an etiquette class)

5th or 6th grade girls- Goodness and Grace, Part 2 (an etiquette class)

BOYS

2nd or 3rd grade boys- Southern Gentlemen, Jr. (an etiquette class)

4th, 5th or 6th grade boys- Southern Gentlemen, Sr. (an etiquette class)

5th, 6th and 7th grade boys- Dining Out (a table manners class with a meal at Daniel George Restaurant)

10th and 11th grade boys- Southern Gentlemen, Homecoming Edition