About Payments, Cancellations & Refunds


View our classes webpage here.

For registrants who pay for 4 consecutive classes:

Students are expected to attend 4 consecutive classes

Payment is required PRIOR or at the beginning of each session of 4 consecutive classes

*Please note that payments can be made online, by mail with registration form, by phone with MC, VISA, Amex or Discover, or in person at the registrar’s desk.  Registrar cannot take payments in the studios.

One make-up class allowed with an approved absence. (Notify WSA prior to class)

Make-up class MUST be taken during the 4 weeks following the original sign-up period or the student forfeits class

Make-up classes which fall at end of calendar year must be taken during the month of January of the succeeding year or remaining tuition is forfeited.

Please note that in an effort to maintain our non-toxic environment, the Woodstock School of Art  does not permit the use of turpentine or mineral spirits. Additionally, please refrain from wearing perfume, cologne or scents of any kind. Learn more.


View our workshop webpage here.

$100 deposits are non-refundable.

Cancellations are refundable (less the $100 deposit) up to two weeks before class commences. No refunds will be given if cancellation occurs less than two weeks before the workshop.

If a student is enrolled in a workshop for less than the scheduled number of days, the tuition will be calculated at the workshop daily rate.




In case of inclement weather, students should call the school at 845-679-2388 or check our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/woodstockschoolofart/) for closings by 7:30 AM for morning classes and after 11:00 AM for afternoon classes. If the school answering machine does not pick up your call, then the school does not have power and we are closed. Generally, if the Kingston, Onteora, and Saugerties Central School Districts are closed, the Woodstock School of Art will be closed. If an Instructor must cancel a class unexpectedly, or in the event of other unforeseen circumstance, students will be notified by their preferred means of contact which they have provided to the school, either telephone or email.


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