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Thank you to SEVA™'s new and returning schools


A trailblazer in social etiquette, Imagine Etiquette owes its triumph to its prowess in delivering personalized programs that generate favorable student results, fostering a culture of social etiquette within educational institutions. Notably, our workshops for parents on internet safety have garnered praise for their informative nature, shedding light on children's interactions with social media and online gaming.


In a momentous announcement, Imagine Etiquette proudly unveils a remarkable achievement: record-breaking participation in our SEVA™ Programs during the 2022/2023 academic year. We also offered our Internet and Digital Safety Workshops for Parents for the first time, which was a success.


As we look ahead with zeal, Imagine Etiquette remains committed to raising the bar in social etiquette and life skills through innovative and tailored enrichment programs not only for our students but our parents as well.

The resounding accomplishment of engaging with more schools this year owes its fruition to the unwavering support of esteemed educational partners, including the Los Angeles Unified School District, KIPP SoCal, ICEF Public Schools, and Children's Institute.


Through their valued collaboration, 2022/2023 has transcended expectations, etching its place as a truly exceptional chapter in our journey. To all these partners, we extend our heartfelt gratitude for entrusting us with the privilege of enhancing the enrichment of social etiquette.


As we look ahead with zeal, Imagine Etiquette remains committed to raising the bar in social etiquette and life skills through innovative and tailored enrichment programs. The year behind us is a testament to what can be achieved through dedicated partnerships and a shared vision. We sincerely appreciate our collective success and anticipate the strides we will make together in the years to come.


More information will be coming soon on future Internet and Digital Safety Workshops for Parents.

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