National League of Junior Cotillions
Fairview Chapter - Collin County
The Fairview Chapter of Collin County is proud to offer the Pre-Cotillion, Junior Cotillion, and High School Cotillion programs teaching self-confidence, poise, character, and ethical behavior to the young people in the area. Our mission is to act and learn to treat others with honor, dignity, and respect for better relationships with our family, friends, and business associates later in life and to learn to practice ballroom dance.
Please visit the About tab to learn more about the Pre-Cotillion, Junior Cotillion, and High School Cotillion programs. Class schedules may be found on the Classes tab. Visit the Registration tab to register. To view pictures of previous classes, visit the Photo Gallery tab.
Junior Cotillion Year I - $450
Junior Cotillion Year II - $475
Junior Cotillion Year III (Premiere) - $500
High School Cotillion - $485
Pre-Cotillion I & Pre-Cotillion II - $200
There are two payment options for Junior Cotillion and High School registration fees. Either paid in full at the time of registration or 1/2 may be paid at the time of registration, with the balance due by July 1. Refunds for Junior Cotillion and High School Cotillion programs will not be issued after July 1.
Pre-Cotillion registration fees must be paid in full at the time of registration. Refunds will not be issued for Pre-Cotillion programs after May 1.
Registration for the 2023-2024 Junior Cotillion, 2023 Pre-Cotillion, and 2023-2024 High School Cotillion programs will open on January 2, 2023.
A Parents' Reception will be hosted at 7PM on Thursday, March 30 2023. Parents interested in learning more about the Junior Cotillion program are welcome to attend. The Parents’ Reception will be hosted at Stonebridge Ranch CC (7003 Beacon Hill Drive, McKinney).
Please contact Director, Laura Walsh, at [email protected] to request an invitation packet for any of our programs.
Laura Walsh is originally from St. Louis, Missouri. She is a graduate of Auburn University with a B.S. in International Business (Finance/French). Prior to becoming a Director with the National League of Junior Cotillions, Laura worked in Human Resources with both the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta and CBS television affiliate, WTVR-TV, in Richmond, Virginia. After working as an Elementary School Educator with the Frisco Independent School District for several years, she decided to combine her experience in the professional sector along with her passion for teaching children. Laura Walsh has been the Director of the Allen, Fairview, Lucas, McKinney, and Prosper Chapters since 2013. She received the NLJC Highest First Year Enrollment Award in 2015 and named a Top Ten Director for the 2018-2019 Junior Cotillion season.