Frequently Asked Questions

Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Awareness

SSCEO joins you in monitoring the Coronavirus as we all manage family, job and communities.  We all look to place health and safety first.  


In accordance with Center for Disease Control (CDC), we are following all the guidance and in particular the recommendation of keeping our social distance.  Therefore, rehearsals are being canceled and will resume March 29th.  


Cotillion/Beautillion Society Ball

Our Society Ball is still scheduled for April 26th.  In accordance with the Governors recommendation our Society Ball is outside the window of having to postpone.  Our plans are to move forward with our event.  Please purchase tickets by contacting any of our members, parents, participants or purchase online. 

We will continue to keep you apprised of any changes to the foregoing and will reassess with the guidance of the CDC and the Governor.

Isn't cotillion just dance classes?

Cotillion is a social education program where children learn social skills and the art of social dance. The program cultivates positive, healthy habits that offer long-term advantages, by teaching respect, courtesy and consideration; how to properly introduce oneself; the importance of dress and appearance; and the basics of table manners and etiquette. Throughout the course of the program, participants learn to be comfortable in social situations, communicate better and develop respect and courtesy to others.

What is the appropriate attire for rehearsals?

The overall attire is business casual for young men (i.e., slacks and hard-soled shoes). Young women are required to wear dresses or skirts and heels. Jeans, sandals, mules and boots are not acceptable footwear for rehearsal. 

Can I make payments online?

Yes. Payments are submitted using our payment form found the bottom of our home page. We also accept non-digital forms of payment, contact us at