Why Charm School?
To truly understand what Princess Charm School is all about, it is important that you first know the meaning of charm school. Charm School has been around for many centuries. It was proper for a young lady to attend a finishing school or charm school in order to learn the correct ways of social graces. Charm Schools taught proper etiquette, good grooming, and acceptable social behavior.
Etiquette is an extravagant word for knowing how to govern social behavior, and is often a little sign we use to communicate with others. Etiquette should help us get along with others and should create a common tie between each of us in society. It is for everyone and should be an important factor in everyone’s behavior no matter what gender, age, or background. But in today’s society, the practice of etiquette and social graces are quickly being forgotten.
Princess Charm School was created to help restore the lost art of etiquette in hopes to inspire a new generation of kindness. It is unique in its ability to combine everyday social graces with godly views. Princess Charm School is an original and has been conducting charm schools and events since 2005. Founded and created by Lisa Delmedico Harris.
“Lisa’s incredible insight provides a phenomenal guideline for girls of all ages to find the unique princess that God has placed in all of us.” -Tina M – Mother/Teacher
“The knowledge Lisa shares comes from her experiences. But it is more than knowledge; it is from her heart.” -Susan Huston, Etiquette Instructor
“Hi Lisa! I was so excited to find out about you. I have two daughters and have been searching for a Godly alternative to everyday etiquette.” -Jana R – Mother/Teacher
“I have been asked to teach a charm/ etiquette class at our homeschool co-op for 3-6 graders. I was wondering if your book would work as a curriculum. I really like the fact that it is based on a Christian Perspective.” -Sara M – Tennessee
“My daughters and I found your website doing a Google search-I was looking for a resource to teach them some basic manners and polite conduct in a fun way, and thought it was also a plus that your book has a Christian perspective.” -Amy B –
“I LOVE what you’re doing! Almost every little girls dream is to be a princess. (that still hasn’t changed for me) but you’re making a new definition as to what a Princess is! You’re using Gods word to better young ladies all over the world.” Thank you. -Alexis L – Studen