The Civility School:  For the Comfort and Convenience of Others
Jan 22, 2019 5:30 PM
Robyn Jackson
The Civility School: For the Comfort and Convenience of Others

Robyn Jackson is the founder and director of The Civility School, a Charlottesville-based business, which teaches social skills, modern manners, and global business etiquette.  In this capacity, Robyn works with children, teens, college students, and business professionals.  The Civility School also presents the Jefferson Cotillion, a Charlottesville tradition for forty years.  Robyn has a B.A. in French and an M.Ed in Community and School Counseling  from the University of Virginia.  She has taught middle and high school French and has been a guidance counselor at both levels.  Robyn has also directed a violence prevention grant that provided peer mediation, high risk counseling services, and parent workshops to students and families in the City of Charlottesville upper elementary, middle, and high schools.  She is active in the area community and has chaired several volunteer initiatives.  In addition, Robyn is proud of the work that The Civility School is doing to make social skill learning more widely accessible to children of all economic backgrounds.  Robyn lives in Charlottesville with her husband, Brian, and their three sons.