National League of Junior Cotillions
Mt. Pleasant Chapter
Welcome to the Mount Pleasant Chapter of the National League of Junior Cotillions! Please take a few minutes to acquaint yourself with our worthwhile program and submit your child's registration for our Junior Cotillion records.
MARY CECILE KENNERTY - DIRECTOR
2017-2018 Junior Cotillion Schedule
September 26 & 28.................Icebreaker Class
October 17 & 19.....................Introduction Class
November 14 & 16.................Networking Class
December 12..........................Holiday Dance
January 9...............................New Years Dance
February 13...........................Valentine's Ball (Year I)
February 15...........................Instructional Dinner (Year II & III)
Events to be held at the Snee Farm Country Club
Season I class is from 5:30 p.m. until 7:00 p.m.
Season II and III is from 7:00 p.m. until 8:30 p.m.
Instructional dinner is from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.
Tuition for 2017-2018
Season I (FOURTH grade students) is $300
Seasons II and III (FIFTH, SIXTH, SEVENTH and EIGHTH grade students) is $325
A 25% discount is also available for each additional child in a family.
Click on the REGISTER tab above and complete the registration form.
If you would like to pay by check, please make the check payable to Mount Pleasant Junior Cotillion and mail it to the address below.
If you would like to pay by credit card using PayPal, please click on the payment tab above and then enter our payment code: 8434427430. There is a processing fee for using PayPal.
Once we receive your registration and payment around Labor Day you will receive an email with more details for the first class and the upcoming Season.
Your confirmation for your tuition payment is your bank draft.
Scholarships are available; Please call the Director at 843-442-7430.
MOUNT PLEASANT JUNIOR COTILLION CONTACT INFORMATION:
Mary Kennerty, Director
Mount Pleasant Junior Cotillion
P.O. Box 1116
Mount Pleasant, SC 29465
In order for your child to be enrolled in the Junior Cotillion, a full tuition payment must be made at the time of registration. Prior to the first class in September parents will be sent an email with their child's scheduled class time. Students attend one class each month from September until February.
MARY CECILE KENNERTY, DIRECTOR
A native of Charleston, South Carolina, with a Master in Education, Ms. Kennerty's expertise is teaching social etiquette in group settings. After earning her Masters in Education degree at Clemson University, she served on the faculty in the Recreation and Parks Administration Department at Clemson for eight years. In addition, she pioneered the Clemson University Women’s Athletic program. Kennerty coached the first women’s tennis team to the first Atlantic Coast Conference Championship in the history of Clemson Athletics. For the past 22 years, she has worked as a Director of social etiquette programs for the National League of Junior Cotillions. Over 8,000 parents in Charleston and Beaufort County have enrolled their children in the Junior Cotillion social training.
Ms. Kennerty attributes her success as a business woman to her experiences at Clemson University where she held different leadership positions in campus student activities. She was president of the Pan-Hellenic council for women's sororities, and Chairman of the Central Spirit Committee. In addition, she served on the President's Council for Student Government. While working on bringing women's sports to Clemson, Ms. Kennerty had the innate and valuable ability to know how to network with the campus administrators; a skill she prides herself in teaching to the Junior Cotillion Students.
Ms. Kennerty was a member of many different civic organizations. She was an active member of the Junior League of Winston-Salem, NC, Columbia, SC and Charleston, Charleston Natural History Society Audubon Chapter. In addition, she is a mentor for the More To Life Foundation and teaches courses which allow participants to build self awareness and self esteem. A former tennis professional, Kennerty especially enjoys sports such as pickleball. She has given pickleball clinics in the lowcountry to promote the newest sport in America. She has two sons, Charles Howard is married to Krystal Sirman from Baton Rouge. They have a daughter named Lydia, Charles Howard practices law in Charlotte NC, and Jimmy King the youngest son is a bank officer with Ameris Bank. Both attended Junior Cotillion for many years!