Home of the renowned Mott-Leeney Baseball Camp, Newark Academy brings together state-of-the-art athletic facilities and experienced, dedicated coaches to provide young athletes with an array of experiences from skill acquisition to championship-level team play.
The Schedule – Flexible, By Design
Newark Academy’s summer programming is designed to meet a wide-range of needs – from a single course to a full day of academics, arts and sports. Many Summer Session (academic) courses run the full six-week period, while enrichment courses and NA Summer Sports offer shorter programs.
Applying to Newark Academy Summer Programs
The guidelines below indicate which application is appropriate for your student:
The Summer Session Application is for:
All academic courses
Jump Start Program (Grades 1-2)
*Please include $35 enrollment fee w/application
The Summer Sports Application is for:
Mott-Leeney Baseball Camp
Tuition/ Fees and Refunds
Payment for all Newark Academy summer programs must be paid by cash, money order or checks, payable to Newark Academy. Tuition for each course and/or summer program is listed in the course/program descriptions. Please refer to the Summer Session or Summer Sports areas for specific information on refund policies.
Newark Academy welcomes more than 1,500 students to its campus throughout the summer months. Management of traffic during the drop-off and pick-up times is heavy. We encourage students and families to car-pool, whenever possible. A list of families interested in forming car-pools will be available, upon request, after May 15. Parking is not allowed in the Newark Academy driveway.
Before and after classes, students are welcomed into the Newark Academy Dining Room for breakfast, lunch, or a snack. The dining room is open from 7:30 am to 2:00 pm. By placing pre-orders and prepaying each morning, students will have more time to enjoy lunch. Additional food service information will be available here on the Newark Academy web site after May 1. There will be limited food service on June 29.
(Summer Session 2014 Menu)
Medical Form and On-Site Health Professionals
The Medical Form avaiable on this website must be completed and given to the Summer Session or Summer Sports Camp Office prior to the start of the student’s participation in classes or activities. Students will not be allowed to participate if the form has not been received. Newark Academy’s Summer Programs are staffed, daily, by a licensed registered nurse and a certified athletic trainer.
Newark Academy expects all summer programming participants to conduct themselves responsibly, and to show consideration for the rights and properties of others. Students who enroll in Summer Session (academics) must be in good disciplinary standing at their respective schools.
- Casual attire is permitted for students in the Summer Session.
- Student-athletes enrolled in the Summer Sports programs are expected to arrive, daily, in ready-to-play athletic footwear and apparel.
- Only enrolled students are permitted on campus.
- Students are expected to leave campus within one-half hour after the completion of their last scheduled class or activity, unless prior arrangements are made with the director of the program.
- Students may not bring visitors to classes or activities.
- Smoking is not permitted on campus.
Failure to comply with the rules of conduct may result in dismissal.
Newark Academy provides a safe environment that promotes opportunities for student growth. Parents and all other visitors to our campus are reminded to use the front entrance to the building and to report directly to the receptionist in the main lobby to receive a daily visitor’s pass. This pass must be worn at all times. If a parent or guardian needs to contact a child during his/her program, please see the Summer Session staff or the Sports Camps staff. Parents may not disturb or interrupt classes or camp sessions. Teachers and counselors may not release a child early from a class or activity without clearance from the appropriate summer program office.
Newark Academy is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools and the New Jersey Association of Independent Schools.