Class FAQ’s

What are the dates and times for classes?

Classes are usually held on Tuesday evenings for a period of 8 to 10 weeks each fall, and again in the spring.  Classes begin at 5:30 p.m. and end at 7:30 p.m.  Specific dates and locations will be announced as soon as possible.

Where are classes held?

Wildwood United Methodist Church

8911 FM 1488, Magnolia, TX 77354

http://www.wildwood-umc.org/about-us/directions

Why won't the registration system let me select the class I want?

It is likely that you have previously selected the class.  At that point, the system put it into the “cart.”  Go back to your Family Summary page and click on “Register for Classes and Camps.”  Then select the button for your child.  Now scroll down a bit an see the green button that says, “Click Here to Select a Class.”  Do you see the desired class just above that in a gray box?  If so, this class has been previously selected.  All you need to do now is scroll down a bit further and press “Continue to Online Registration Step 2,” and follow the prompts.

If you have any further questions or problems, please contact Emily Currid at [email protected]

Do you issue refunds?

No, sorry, we do not issue refunds.  All registration payments are final.  The exception to this would be if there were not enough students to hold a class; then all registrants would receive back their tuition.

How early may I drop my child off?

We ask that students do not arrive any earlier than 15 minutes prior to class time.  While NYT staff may be on premises, they are busy setting up and cannot be responsible for supervising children until that time.  We also ask that you pick your children up promptly when classes are over so that the class coordinator my complete their duties and head home to their family.

Will dinner be served during class time?

No, your child will need to eat dinner before or after classes.  We do, however, have a snack bar available to hold them over.  Snacks range from $.50 to $1.50

Do your teachers have background checks?

Absolutely!  In fact, any adults that are volunteering or working around the students have completed background checks, as well as having had child protection training.

Will there be a Showcase?

No, there will not be a showcase or a recital.  Our goal is for teachers to focus on skill-building, rather than a “show.”   All of the weeks of class are dedicated to learning new skills, as well as improving and building upon prior skills, which can then be transferred to auditioning and performing in an NYT Broadway-style musical production.  Our camps also give kids an opportunity to perform in a showcase at the end of the week to highlight what they learned during camp.

What if I have other questions?

Please contact the class coordinator, Emily Amos at nytemilyamos@gmail.com.

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