"A lady brings regard for others into the room with her; that regard is part of the dignity she carries and seeks to spread. A lady is a woman who projects the stature of life." -Peggy Noonan
School of Grace Classes
Full Summer Class
(Monday through Friday, 9am to 1pm. Only $125 per student. Includes curriculum.)
(From 9am-3pm. Only $65 per student. Curriculum sold separately.)
Jordyn would be delighted to schedule a two-day class just for your group of 8 girls or more! Email her to schedule a class!
(Day conferences are Saturdays from 9-3pm. Only $40 per person. Ages 18 and up.)
Lunch, appetizers, and tea served during this all-day class. Come prepared for a lovely day of etiquette, elegance, and eloquence.
*Contact Jordyn if you would like to host a Day Conference in your home with your own group of ladies!
(A three-day class for girls 13-18 and a one-day class for girls 8-12. The cost is $80 and $50 respectively)
Keep checking the website for scheduled summer classes for summer, 2015!
What is taught at School of Grace?
Each class includes bible study on biblical femininity and teaching on friendship, hospitality, welcoming, interacting with others, hosting, and kitchen time where they'll learn fun appetizers and desserts. High tea is served so the girls are asked to bring their own tea cup. The environment is warm and welcoming, hosted at Mrs. Peppin's home or others' homes. The girls are also taught how to make conversation, how to ask wise questions, how to write a lovely letter, how to be a good friend and much more! Jordyn encourages the girls to dress up in their favorite dresses and enjoy being girly. This is a wonderful opportunity for the girls to learn valuable skills they will use for the rest of their lives.
What is the difference between the classes?
- The full course class gives an in-depth study on biblical femininity and etiquette. More time is allowed for conversation and questions, crafts and tea. Think all things girly for a whole week! It's so fun!
- The two-day class is a condensed version of the week-long. The teaching is much more concentrated but the girls still have fun making crafts, practicing their posture, and helping in the kitchen.
- The day conference is for ladies 18 and up who also desire to learn the art of grace and etiquette. Tea and lunch is served and Jordyn teaches her "Philosophy of Civility" and more in-depth studies from history along with the very practical, basic etiquette. You get a little bit of everything!
- The Alumni class "Regal Daughters In A Rude World." I am delighted to share with you the regal impact and influence of grace that you have in the midst of a culture of rudeness. This new class will include biblical understanding of our royalty and how we are created to bring that royalty into the places of rudeness. Rudeness will become but a vapor as we bring the weight, authority, and grace of royal living. We will learn new delicate recipes that will provide warmth and kindness over a cup of tea. We will also learn how to plan a five course dinner in our homes, and on day three, a five course tea, which the young ladies will plan. As we sit we will rehearse the beauty of manners in these elegant settings. I will have homework assignments that the girls must complete during the three day course as well as a curriculum of all the teaching. This three day class is offered for students 13 and up. A one day alumni class is also offered for students 8-12.
What do the girls need to bring?
We ask the girls to bring their own tea cup and a packed lunch for each day.
Why are there different age groups?
Jordyn separates the younger girls from the older as some of the topics are age specific. She loves the hands on activities and the personalities of the younger girls as well as the deep discussions and thoughtful conversation with the older girls.
What comes with the class? Any books or materials?
The week-long class includes the School of Grace student curriculum. The curriculum and the book Purely Woman--Awakening the Heart of God Through Pure Living in Our Generation (co-authored by Jordyn Peppin) are sold separately for the other classes
What is offered for the boys?
Jordyn's brother Logan Wilson has recently started a class for boys called the School of Honor. Purpose: To exalt God through manhood as we seek His wisdom and skill in bringing honor to Him--everywhere, always! Check out his website!
Does Jordyn speak at small groups or churches?
Jordyn loves to travel and speak to different groups of ladies on the topic of etiquette, valuing others, God's heart for dignity restored, and more. If you have a small group, MOPS group, a bible study, or girls group Jordyn would love to come and share. Please contact her if you would like her to speak to your group!
What book did Jordyn write?
Jordyn co-authored with her sisters, Lauren Wilson Black and Krystian Wilson Lewis, Purely Woman--Awakening the Heart of God Through Pure Living in Our Generation. To order a copy, please visit the Resources page.
Is there anything else offered?
Mother-daughter School of Grace teas are also available for those of you who would like to learn along with their daughters. Please contact Jordyn if you would like to host a tea or gather a group for Jordyn to host. Jordyn offers to come and present the School of Grace to anyone who'd like to host either a two-day class for girls or a day conference for moms. Please contact Jordyn if you would like to know more. firstname.lastname@example.org
The annual Father-Daugher Purity Ball, hosted by Jordyn's family, is an extravagant event held at the 5 star Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs. This is a wonderful opportunity for fathers and daughters to enjoy an incredible event that celebrates their relationship. And the girls are able to put into practice some of the skills they learned at the School of Grace! For more information click here
"I am passionate about teaching young ladies how to be full of grace and elegance in a world that can be harsh and filled with rudeness. Etiquette and civility truly paint a stunning portrait that brings warmth, grace, thoughtfulness and the beauty of attention to others’ lives. It gives life to a culture that is dying from selfishness and unkindness. I truly believe that this kind of elegance can warm the world one beautiful thought, word, or deed at a time!"