Creative Summer Arts Experience

Registration Form

Please see Class Expectations listed at the bottom of the page prior to registering

Creative Summer Arts Experience

Registration Form

Please see Class Expectations listed at the bottom of the page prior to registering

Payments via

Credit/Debt Cards: Visa / Mastercard / Discover / American Express

Klarna – to make payments over time

Zelle: traci@thespianartsprogram.org

In-person: Cash, Check or Money Order

Pay with ease and T.A.P. into fun & learning!

Registration and Payment Policy 

Space can be held with a non-refundable $50 deposit. Payment in full can be refunded less $50 up until May 31st.  No more than half price can be refunded June 1-23.

As of June 24th no refunds will be issued and those with payment plans will be expected to fulfill their obligation in full under any circumstances.

Space is limited and once other students have been turned away, we are unable to release anyone from the obligation they agreed to upon registration. 

**Thespian Arts Program has a mission to bring arts education to all who want it. Our aim is to enrich, empower and encourage ALL youth to express themselves creatively and emotionally, have the skills and confidence to reach ANY goals, and to feel safe and heard as a part of a strong ensemble formed with mutual respect. Because of this, we will do everything in our power not to turn away any student of any skill level regardless of ability to pay. Please speak to us about full or partial scholarships, OR about donating to our scholarship fund.

We are working with the Child Care Council of Westchester to be able to accept child-care subsidies as payment. We hope to confirm this ASAP. 

Class Expectations 

Our programs instill professionalism and discipline while having fun in a safe, nurturing environment. Whether you are paying full price or on scholarship, we expect a commitment from your family.  Please carefully read, understand and commit to the expectations – both child and responsible adult. We support the leaders of tomorrow by meeting each student where they are. No-one should ever feel pressured, but they should be willing to stretch themselves and take risks. EVERY student entering our programs must agree to strive for professionalism in our work, to respect EVERYONE in the room, and to participate fully even if it’s hard or scary. To accomplish this we also agree to support each other, not make fun of each other, and respect people’s privacy. Lastly, we MUST agree to have fun!

  • Punctuality is a MUST. If you are late, you hold everyone up which is unfair to your classmates. 
  • Students MUST stay in designated areas and in sight of an instructor or counselor at all times.
  • DEFINITELY BRING a bottle of water. YOU MUST STAY HYDRATED! Refills will be available.
  • Juice or milk may be brought in (or provided) for breakfast or lunch NO GLASS BOTTLES.
  • Food is ONLY allowed in designated areas during breakfast, lunch and social time. Please only bring nut-free meals or snacks with you and we regret that we cannot accommodate non-nut food allergies in provided food.  NO FOOD OR GUM IN CLASS – WATER ONLY!
  • Dress COMFORTABLY so that you can MOVE. Please do not wear jewelry and pull long hair back out of your face.  
  • Shoes -ABSOLUTELY NO FLIP FLOPS OR SHOES THAT MIGHT COME OFF. Secure sandals are OK – sneakers, ballet, jazz or character shoes may be brought for dance classes – remove shoes or socks at your own risk. 
  • Please practice good grooming and hygiene for the comfort of classmates and staff.
  • NO CELL PHONES PERMITTED (we strongly suggest leaving them home) – phones or other devices WILL be confiscated if we see them and returned to the parent only. DO NOT TEXT OR CALL YOUR CHILD DURING THE DAY. Call Traci or the Site Manager with any concerns.
  • DEFINITELY DO NOT BRING valuables, or toys. One comfort item is allowed – if not a distraction. We will not be responsible for any lost or stolen items.
  • We no longer require masks, but please respect the choice of everyone to wear them or not,also respect personal space, and please do not come in if you are sick.
  • Students are expected to be courteous and respectful to each other and staff at all times. Foul language, disrespect, aggressive or intimidating behavior, and fighting will not be tolerated. This behavior will result in immediate suspension from the program with NO REFUND. WE HAVE ZERO TOLERANCE FOR BULLYING OF ANY KIND.
  • We must also respect the space, remember all our belongings and clean up any mess we make, including making sure any trash we create is properly disposed of.  
  • Parents may not observe classes or take any photos or videos of class (except during invited sharings)
  • Students should NEVER touch sound or lighting equipment. They need to respect supplies, musical instruments and other provided materials. Parents WILL be responsible for damage caused by willful misuse OR neglect on the part of their child.
  • Remember that a student only gets from the experience what they put in. 
  • Please make sure thespianartsprogram@gmail.com is in your contacts so nothing we send goes to your spam folder.  Also, please read any communication sent from this email in a timely manner.
  • Issues or questions should be directed to Traci Timmons at (914) 424 – 5112 or thespianartsprogram@gmail.com