Columbus High School students learn to become ‘culturally adroit’

Christopher Columbus High School student scholars were given the opportunity recently to enhance their cultural experience to become young men trained in the art of etiquette, social interaction, and multi-cultural competency at The Protocol Centre’s Business and Dining Etiquette Seminar at The Biltmore Hotel.

The Freshman Class of the Mas Scholar’s Family Program at Columbus is an accelerated program designed to enable highly motivated students to excel in academics. Students in the program not only participate in a rigorous curriculum of studies but also enjoy enrichment opportunities like the Business and Dining Etiquette Seminar and extracurricular activities.

The Protocol Centre has provided training in Business Etiquette, Dining Protocols and International Protocol since 2004. After training over 8000 clients, their nationally recognized Best Protocol Practices is considered the most up-to-date and relevant business etiquette training series offered for today’s professional.

Columbus Graduates of the Mas Family brothers Jorge, Juan, and Jose, sons of the late Jorge MasCanosa, collaborated with the school to offer the program to promising youth. It is designed to prepare students to be among the top candidates for admission into major colleges and universities. Participants graduate with a minimum of 30 Advanced Placement or Dual Enrollment college credits.

To find out more about the Mas Scholar’s Family Program at Christopher Columbus High School contact Dr. E. Carter Burrus at 305-223-5650, ext 2243 or cburrus@columbushs.com.


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