Summer School 2019 at NBCA

High School Drama Class working on a skit.

We are pleased to announce that we will once again offer a summer school program. Last year, we had tremendous success. And this year’s program promises to be even better than last year’s.
 
Once again, the summer program will be six weeks instead of a four-week program. This allows us to make real progress in getting students to the next level of learning. However, this year, we will suspend classes the week of July 4th and begin the next Monday. That way, families can still take a week off for our nation’s birthday.
 
Secondly, we will provide the curriculum and one-on-one instruction your child needs to succeed in any areas of scholastic need. Our teachers are ready and excited about our summer program.
 
Finally, last year we offered the six week program at an UNBELIEVABLELY low price. Six weeks of school cost only $175. That included registration, tuition, curriculum, lunch, and snack. There is absolutely no summer program that offers more for the price. Yet, we are taking $25 off last year’s price and offering a special ONE-TIME offer. Everything for $150.00
 
You have two options for payment. You can pay the $150 at the time you register your student. Or, you can register with a $25 enrollment fee. Then pay $25 a month from March thru July (5 months due the 1st of each month.) Every family should be able to afford $25 a month for the next five months to guarantee your student’s academic success.
 
Please note if you choose the second payment option, your $25 is due the 1st of each month to guarantee your student’s place in the summer program.
 
I am including a schedule of the summer program. Classes are from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
 
Students can be dropped off between 7:45 and 8:00 a.m. Pickup will begin at 12:00 p.m. Students must be picked up by 12:15 p.m. No classes on Fridays.
 
Many of our children demand that little “extra” one on one to help them get where they need to go. We hope we have made it easier for you to consider our summer program at NBCA.