About Payments, Cancellations & Refunds


Students who pay for 4 consecutive classes are expected to attend 4 consecutive classes.
Payment is required before students may attend class. Please note that payments can be made on this website, by mail with a registration form, by phone using Mastercard, Visa, or Discover in person at the registrar's desk. Registrar cannot take payment in the studio. One makeup class per registration period is allowed. If you must miss a class please call the School and we will notify the Instructor, The make up class MUST be taken during the 4 weeks following the original sign-up period or the student forfeits the make up class.Make up classes which fall at the end of the calendar year may be taken during the month of January of the succeeding year. Otherwise, tuition is forfeited.
The school reserves the right to cancel any class if the minimum number of students is not met/or due to extreme weather conditions.
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.


A $100 deposit is required to reserve a space in all workshops. Tuition fees are refundable less a $100 CANCELLATION FEE if the cancellation is made 14 days or more prior to the scheduled date of the workshop. Tuition deposits are not transferrable or refundable. No exceptions can be made.

If a student would like to register for fewer days than the scheduled workshop, tuition is calculated using the daily workshop rate. For further information please contact the Registrar . There are no make-ups for missed classes except if absence is due to illness or an emergency, and the student notifies the office prior to class.
The school reserves the right to cancel any workshop if the minimum number of students is not met/or due to extreme weather conditions. 






In case of inclement weather, students should call the school at 845-679-2388. If school is closed, there will be a message stating so. Generally, if the Kingston, Onteora, Rondout 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.