Social Dancing is Fun!

Approximately one-thousand students participate in our affiliated Social Dance programs annually. Our highly successful classes are located in Wellesley, Weston/Wayland, Dover/Sherborn, Hingham, and Cohasset, as well as independent schools. Parents understand the value of social skills training. For students, the Assemblies are a social event! Dancing provides the vehicle by which we teach and reinforce good manners.

Schedules for the 2017-2018 season are coming soon.

Contact Us

Given outside influences, it may seem practically impossible to instill good, old-fashioned values in children.
~ Parents Magazine
Having manners sets people apart and opens doors in the competitive world of student placements and job search.
~ Civility Institute, Johns Hopkins University

The Classes

  • Classes are highly structured and well supervised.
  • Classes include instruction in traditional as well as contemporary dances.
  • Every class includes party dances and games with prizes.
  • The program is fun! We convert even the most reluctant participants!
  • Classes are held once or twice a month from October to March
  • The dress code is jacket and tie for boys and party attire for girls. White gloves are optional.

Team Assemblies

Boston Assemblies team of outstanding teachers are all accomplished professional dancers with specialized skills. In addition to a strong creative side each instructor is enthusiastic, patient and encouraging. We convert the most reluctant participants!!

Click here
to Meet Team Assemblies



"Courtesy, kindness and respect are among the most overlooked elements of achieving success."

Susan Cole, Boston Assemblies

The Benefits

  • The program provides an opportunity for students to interact socially in an age appropriate way.
  • In a competitive world, those with solid social skills have competitive advantage.
  • Learning and practicing social etiquette instills confidence, sensitivity, grace and poise in social situations, now and in the future.
  • Eliminating the worry of making a mistake or feeling awkward will enable students to enjoy all types of social interaction.
  • Standing as a sign of respect, offering an arm, escorting and seating a partner are seldom used behaviors but very important when the appropriate occasion presents itself.