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IEIC’s SEVA™ Programs For Schools
(Kindergarten - 12th Grade)

Many schools request IEIC's SEVA™ programs which combine etiquette and social-emotional learning to transform their most challenging students into productive and active learners. IEIC's SEVA™ programs also include academic scholars who need direction with time management and goal-setting techniques.


Clients range from schools located in the Los Angeles County area including Charter, Independent, Public, and Private.  IEIC's SEVA™ programs have also been administered at Colleges, Universities, and Corporations. IEIC's SEVA™ programs are primarily implemented in schools; however, programs are can also be structured as private classes, group sessions, and workshops accommodating children, tweens, teens, and adults.

IEIC’s success is contributed to our innovative lesson plans taught by dedicated, empathic, and compassionate instructors who treat each child as if they were their own.

IEIC offers three SEVA™ program packages that will enhance the culture of your school's community.  If you would like more information, please complete the interest form below.


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 SEVA™ Imagine’s Social-Emotional Learning Program involves interactive lesson plans which instruct students on how to understand and manage emotions, set and achieve positive goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain positive relationships, and encourage students to make responsible decisions.


Life Skills Program is designed to empower children, teens, and young adults to deal with unfriendly classmates and friends, bullying and to inspire resilience, build confidence, social skills, emotional intelligence, character, leadership, respect, manners, morals, and self-esteem.

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Etiquette programs feature four different series in which students can explore:

Business Etiquette

Social Media Etiquette

Girls Etiquette

Boys Etiquette


SEVA™ 4-Week Pilot Program

Now is the perfect time to contact us regarding Imagine Etiquette's ("IEIC") SEVA™ 4-Week Pilot Program for Schools. IEIC offers a customized-designed program that provides a social etiquette, confidence building, and financial literacy course for schools.

The idea behind the 4-week pilot program came after the pandemic. We wanted to connect with community schools without the opportunity to experience the benefit of a unique program like ours. 

IEIC's 4-week pilot program is an introductory course that provides schools and students a glimpse into the SEVA™ Enrichment school year program and is our most popular school program! The condensed 4-week pilot program allows students to understand what the program entails in an accelerated format. It is also a win-win for both the students and schools.

We have had the opportunity to work with many school districts. Are you ready to provide a different experience in your school's community? If so, click the link below to complete the interest form. Bernadette Fernandez will contact you for a free evaluation and consultation of your school's culture and provide you with the best program to meet your school's needs. Thank you, and we are looking forward to connecting with you soon!


IEIC’s overarching objective is superior client service. Our highest priority is to deliver results that will positively impact each school's community. Since 2014, we have dedicated ourselves to facilitating significant changes in the lives of over 3,500 students.

Thank you to the school districts who have partnered with us and allowed our programs to enhance the lives of your students. We could not have made a difference without continued support from the leadership team and educators. 

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Elementary School

Elementary School is a very important time of development for students.  It is during these years where character and integrity are developed, morals, ethics, and respect are introduced.


Middle School

Middle school is an awkward time for students. They are not quite kids anymore but not yet adults. Their confidence is low and they are trying to figure things out.


High School

IEIC’s SEVA™ program is designed for students who are struggling to stay positive and focused in high school.

School Partners

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2019/2020 School Year

In 2014, IEIC created its SEVA™ program for schools, a new paradigm in education that motivates students to excel in school.


As the traditional brick-and-mortar schools closed during the pandemic, Bernadette Fernandez pivoted and created virtual online programs ("VASE") to help students struggling with depression, anxiety, and social isolation through social-emotional learning courses and by building confidence, integrity, respect, pride, and the value of self-worth.

Imagine's students

Students who
Imagine SEVA™


93% were promoted to the next grade level. 


88% met or made progress toward their academic improvement goals. 


99% stayed in school. 


90% improved their behavior. 


95% graduated from middle school. 

78% improved their attendance.


Instead of creating a lifelong drain on public resources, the thousands of dropouts we save go on to become productive, contributing members of society. These graduates are on track to break the generational chain of poverty, many as the first in their families to graduate high school.

SEVA™ Elevates Foster and Homeless Youth

Did you know nationwide, only about half of foster and homeless youth end up finishing high school? And less than 3% graduate from a 4-year university?

The social-emotional aspect of a foster or homeless youth is devastating. Mrs. Fernandez SEVA™ programs encourage and empower foster and homeless youth to believe in themselves and build confidence.


Mrs. Fernandez’s customized curriculum motivates and elevates students to not only graduate from

high school but are successful in whatever dreams they pursue.  

   Facts about Foster and Homeless Youth in

   Public Schools


  • Foster or homeless youth are far more likely to change schools during the school year, be in special education classes, and fail to receive passing grades.  


  • High school dropout rates are three times higher for foster and homeless youth than other low-income children.


  • Only about 50% graduate from high school than their general population peers and are less likely to complete high school or college. 


  • Over 40% of school-aged foster or homeless youth have educational and social-emotional difficulties. 


  • The challenges foster and homeless youth face academically are likely to translate into increased difficulty finding employment and staying employed.  

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"Mrs. Fernandez Life Skills Class has taught me so much about building my confidence and what I will need to prepare for when I attend high school and college."

- Daniel, Student

Try Our Programs

Why not give us a try?  Let us help you transform your school!


We are happy to customize packages to fit your needs. For additional information regarding our programs for schools, submit your questions here. Or call 424.201.5485 ext, 1.


Thank you!  We look forward to hearing from you and your school.

- Mrs. Fernandez


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