Priority registration will open September 1st, for former students (i.e. 6th graders who participated in Worthington Cotillion in the 5th grade) and siblings of former students of Worthington Cotillion.
Worthington Cotillion is a series of privately sponsored classes offered to young ladies and gentlemen to foster comfort and confidence in the social graces. Dancing and associated etiquette are emphasized for students in the fifth and sixth grades. Table Manners and associated etiquette are offered for students in the seventh and eighth grades. The program is open to students in Worthington and surrounding communities. Worthington Cotillion began in 1984 with the mission to educate young ladies and gentlemen in the art of dance and social etiquette. Worthington Cotillion conducts one six week series of Dance Classes each year during January and February. The Cotillion Dance season consists of one hour Tuesday evening classes. One three week Table Manners series is offered each year in March for one and a half hour Tuesday evening classes. Instruction this season will again be under the direction of Mr. Ron Clark. Mr. Clark has over forty years experience with young people in social education. He currently provides instruction at the Columbus Academy, The Columbus School for Girls, Wellington School, and Columbus Parochial Schools and privately sponsored classes in Bexley and Upper Arlington. The Worthington Cotillion is coordinated by Mrs. Laurie Mottice.