What You'll Get
Choose Between Two Options
- $199 for a four-hour co-ed spy-skills course for one ($450 value)
- $389 for a four-hour co-ed spy-skills course for two ($850 value)
During each four-hour, co-ed course, guests cover one or two of the school's James Bond skills, which might include poker, seduction and flirtation, deception detection, edged weapons, knife fighting, improvised weapons or hand-to-hand combat. Classes are located in mid-town Manhattan; exact locations are sent out 48 hours before the event. Click here for available dates and additional details. More dates will be added.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 60 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 6 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. Must schedule online within 2 months of purchase, may select class date within 12 months. All participants must be 18 and over, or 16 and over with a legal guardian. Minimum of 14 people required per date to run the event. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Stiletto Spy School and Mi6 Academy
In movies, spies need to be ready for any situation. A high-speed car chase? You bet. Hand-to-hand combat? A must. Seductive dance? Possibly a life-saving skill—especially since all villains secretly love to tango. Fortunately these topics and more make up the syllabus at Stiletto Spy School and at the Mi6 Academy. Here, the instructors help women unleash their inner femme fatales during immersive classes that hop between topics such as poker and even samurai-sword fighting—all with an eye on their practical application in business and life. Men may also test their skills in deception detection, edged weapons, knife fighting, and improvised weapons. And to give their students plenty of field practice, the school hosts weekend-long "missions" in New York and Las Vegas.
Stiletto Spy School comes from the mind of founder Alana Winter, who grew up loving Charlie’s Angels, Emma Peel in The Avengers, and the other women of spy films. And thanks to her efforts, her school has garnered ample press attention, including MSNBC, the Tyra Banks Show, New York Daily News, NPR, The Wallstreet Journal, and a feature on the Today Show that saw the hosts enroll themselves in the academy.