All registrations are taken on a first come, first-served basis. Full payment is due upon registration. Early registration discount for summer 2020 ends May 5, 2019!
Withdrawals & Refunds
Prior to May 21, 2020, withdrawals will be fully refunded, less a $25 administrative fee*. Registrations withdrawn after May 21, 2020 cannot be refunded; they will be credited (less the administrative fee*) toward classes and programs taken within one year of the date of the credit.
*Credit card companies do not refund processing fees. NAC’s Administrative Fee covers most processing fees, but we will deduct processing fees for refunds of charges above $1000.
If a week is full at the time of registration, you may request to be put on a waiting list for that week and we will contact you if a space opens up. Call the office for more information.
Summer Welcome Letters will be sent out the week before your child’s program. Please make sure to clearly write the best email address to reach you, so you may obtain important information and emergency forms.
Updated online emergency forms are mandatory for our summer programs. You will received a link from our registrar in early June. Forms are due 2 weeks before your program begins.
Scholarships are available according to need, on a first-come, first-served basis. Please email for an application.
New Art Center Programs are sometimes videotaped or photographed for publicity in catalogs, newspapers, radio, television, or on our social media pages. Permission to be included in publicity is implied by enrollment. Please contact the office in writing if you do not wish to be included in publicity.
Parking & Access
The New Art Center has a small parking lot located off Madison Avenue. Please follow signs regarding the flow of traffic during drop-off and pick-up times. The Main Gallery is wheelchair accessible. Please notify office staff of any special circumstances, needs, or requirements.
Due to the prevalence of nut allergies, New Art Center is a nut-free environment. NO NUTS OR PEANUTS, PLEASE.
All medications must be checked in with a staff member prior to the start of the week, with detailed, written instructions. Children may not keep medication in their backpacks or lunch
boxes, and all medications will be administered by a staff member, according to parental instructions. Parents must submit an emergency form for each enrolled child.
Behavior Management Policy
Students must be able to function independently or be accompanied by an aide. As each week begins, teachers will discuss appropriate behavior, language, and the safe, respectful use of materials in the classroom.