Thank you for visiting our site. Our 7th Annual Mademoiselle Conference at Worthing High School was a success. Thank you to our donors and volunteers for their time and dedication to our organization. This year's conference focused on First Lady Michelle Obama's Let's Move Campaign . Our workshops covered healthy living of the mind, body and soul, including Hip Hop Aerobics, Hair & Hygeine and Poetry and Public Speaking. For more information, click on Conference above.Read More About The MLLES Alumnae
Mademoiselles in the News!MLLES is pleased to inform you that our organization has been recognized nationally for its work by making the GreatNonprofits Top-Rated List of Children & Families Nonprofits.
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Thank you again for your support,
Mlles. Shannan E. Johnson & Brandii Mayes, Co-Directors
2011 Chapter of the Year
Alief Taylor High School
The Alief Taylor Chapter of Mademoiselle currently has 38 members who are very active on campus holding positions such as senior class president, colorguard captain, cheerleader co-captain and speech and debate president...Read more
Alumna in the Spotlight
Pegah Javidpour, BTW '03
Pegah was recently awarded the 2010 Kinder Award in Excellent Teaching and named a Miles Family Fellow for the KIPP Foundation.
2011 Book Scholarship Recipient
Sapphire Middleton, BJ'11/ Sam Houston State
Sapphire graduated number 27 out of 284 students in her senior class.While attending BJHSC, she was involved in numerous of activities ...
Meet the Directors
became a Mademoiselle in 1996 at Booker T. Washington High School and the High School for the Engineering Professions. Her Mademoiselle accomplishments include: Most Outstanding Rosebud ’96-‘97, Member ’97-‘98 and Officer ’99-’00 (Assistant Dean of Rosebuds), Mademoiselle Queen ’00 and Step Team Captain ’98-‘00.
became a member of the Mademoiselles in 1994 at Booker T Washington High School and the High School for the Engineering Professions. While a member, she served as assistant activity coordinator, activity coordinator, president, and step team co-captain. Brandii Mayes attended Clark Atlanta University