Teaching civil behaviors while developing professional young adults. Unlike "Social Cotillions" which give teen dances, we prepare students for interviews and teach social skills for successful adults. It is coaching unavailable in schools, sports, scout or religious programs.
We warmly welcome children of all families.
Registration is now open for any child from any family or school.
Raised and educated in Virginia, Leslie was transferred as a corporate executive to Atlanta. She later taught gifted classes in middle school. For the past 20 years, she has taught unique lessons for students to employ mature adult behaviors and professional skills. Over 15,000 students have been trained from 58 Atlanta private and public schools.
After growing up in North Georgia and taking turns in Iowa and Florida, Amanda is thrilled to be returning to her Georgia roots. Amanda is a graduate from the University of Georgia, where she received a Degree in Education from the College of Family and Consumer Sciences. Amanda began her professional career as a teacher in the Gwinnett County Public School System. Amanda is currently serving as the Director of a young children’s school in Jacksonville, Florida, where she leads curriculum, event planning, and child development programs.
Born in North Georgia, Jennifer Chambers has spent the past 40 years living in and serving the Atlanta community. Jennifer received a Business Degree from The Georgia Institute of Technology and a Degree in Design from The University of Georgia. Jennifer worked in event planning as a Conference Coordinator at the Center for Continuing Education at UGA. In her 21 years as a parent in the Dekalb County School System, she has served as chair of the Hospitality committee, Teacher Appreciation committee, Fundraising committee, Friends of Lakeside, and as Parent Teacher Association President, where alongside her husband, she received the PTA Lifetime Membership Award for time and service.
North Atlanta Professional Prep emphasizes the development of civility and professional social skills, through a carefully crafted series of lessons. Unlike social "cotillions", we limit dance instruction to emphasize adult civility and professional protocols. Using popular music, a few dances are taught for social confidence.