Teaching good manners, etiquette, and social skills to girls and boys ages 3 to 16.

headshotSouth Korea Owner Sherlyn Mendoza – Kim is an accountant by profession, an ESL teacher in Seoul, a wife and a mother of three lovable and gorgeous girls. Her background in teaching elementary students in Seoul, served as an inspiration for  her  to have a sincere dedication of not just teaching English as a language but then be  a part in developing  children’s personality with good manners and etiquette.

She believes that the success of the children doesn’t solely depend on the academic skills but also of social skills. And these character strengths that matter so much to young people’s success are not innate; they don’t appear magically as a result of good luck or good genes. They are not simply a choice. They are rooted in brain chemistry, and they are molded in measurable and predictable ways, by the environment in which children grow up. Thus we,  as their parents need to nurture and cultivate manners and etiquettes, positive traits to our children. Parents can get busy, thus we provide a fun, interactive enrichment program where students learn their social skills in an applied setting while having fun. Sometimes these things are effective to learn from someone other than the mom or dad.

“Good manners have much to do with the emotions. To make them ring true, one must feel them, not merely exhibit them.”  — Amy Vanderbilt