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High School: Passport Program
for 9th-12th Grades

Bringing all of the skills together learned in previous levels, we will introduce business etiquette and professionalism to prepare students for college, employment and our global society.  New students are welcome to join us as we always ‘review’ all skills during our classes and can easily get new students caught up and participating during their first class. (Previous participation in another one of our programs is NOT required!)

This program runs mostly on a condensed schedule during January and February, with a few events in late Fall.

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“Our daughter came home from the first meeting and told us what a great time she had.  The happy smile on her face made my heart sing.  I want to thank you and your husband for all that you do.” – Barbara

2021-2022 Passport Program Class Schedule

Thursday, October 21, 7:00-8:00pm, BONUS SESSION, Business Etiquette for Juniors and Seniors. We’ll talk professionalism, email and text etiquette, professional phone calls, professional dress, and much, much more. This bonus session is highly recommended for Juniors and Seniors. Freshmen and Sophomore students are more than welcome to join us if they are interested and ‘ready’ for the information. This BONUS SESSION will take place over Zoom. Reservations are required.

Thursday, November 4, 6-9:30pm (detailed time TBA), Theater Outing. We’re planning to see the Crossings Christian School performance of ‘Anything Goes’! Detailed Location/Time TBA. Reservations are required.

Saturday, November 13, 1:00pm WEATHER PENDING (detailed time TBA), Powwow, hosted by the Native American Student Association. We’ll learn about Powwow etiquette and watch ‘The Grand Entry’, Taft Stadium. Reservations are required.

Thursday, January 13, 7:00-8:30pm, Introduction Class and Dancing. The Nigh University Center in Edmond

Thursday, January 20, 7:00-8:30pm, Museum Manners at the First Americans Museum.

Monday, January 31, 7:00-8:30pm, Difficult Food session, The Nigh University Center in Edmond.  During this class, we will tackle our ‘difficult food’ for the season where we will learn how to eat challenging foods somewhat delicately in the presence of others. This year we’re talking East Indian cuisine!

Monday, February 7, 7:00-8:30pm, We will prepare for the end-of-the-year Ball and Formal Dinner. The Nigh University Center in Edmond

Friday, February 25, 6:30-10:00pm, White-Tie, Ball and Formal Dinner, Gaillardia Country Club, Northwest Oklahoma City. Students will enjoy a six-course European-style white-tie dinner, followed by dancing.

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