National League of Junior Cotillions West Austin Chapter
Registration is now closed for 2015-2016 season of Junior Cotillion. If you would like to join us next year, please email us to sign you up to receive an invitation for next season!
The National League of
Junior Cotillions West Austin Chapter is a life skills, etiquette,
and social dance training program for middle school ladies and
gentleman in 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students in Austin, Texas. In a
nutshell, we promote good manners and teach useful skills that are relevant to
today's teen lives, while fun along the way! Etiquette isn't just about knowing
how to hold your pinky while sipping tea anymore. Cotillion is about feeling
confident and comfortable, and making other around you feel the same way in
every social situation.
Each class introduces
new etiquette and dance instruction. Tuition is all inclusive and
6th grade: $315
Refunds will only be given to families who are moving, or under extreme circumstances.
We are pleased to announce our 2015 - 2016 West Austin Chapter Junior Cotillions season has begun! Please visit the "Chapter Schedule" section for more information about this season's classes/dances and the Black and White Ball.
We do send invitations to those who provide us with the name and mailing address of their student. To request an invitation, click on the Contact tab and give us your child's name, grade for 2015, school and mailing address. We are happy to send to your child's whole group of friends if we have the names and addresses. Please feel free to pass along this website to friends that might be interested in joining us.
Looking forward to a fabulous season!
About the Director
|Director Alexandra Gandara has been involved with the National League of Junior Cotillions Travis County for over 12 years. She started the Junior Cotillion program as a shy, skeptical 6th grader but soon blossomed into a confident young adult. After attending all three years of Junior Cotillion, Ms. Gandara was invited to be a student assistant and worked with NLJC throughout her high school years. Upon high school graduation, Ms. Gandara tried out for the world-famous Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders and was selected to the elite team. During her time in Dallas she accepted the position to be the NLJC Assistant Director of Travis County. She received her dance education degree and teacher certification from Texas State University, and she specializes in drill team directing. "I'm honored to be the new director for Travis County and looks forward to continuing working with all of my wonderful students and parents," she said. She believes the National League of Junior Cotillions program has the ability to guide students into becoming well-mannered, savvy young adults who will positively impact their communities for years to come.