Academic & Enrichment Programs

At NA, summer is a meaningful and delightful extension of discovery, rather than a vacation from it. Courses and programs for students in grades 3-12 provide an unparalleled summer academic experience and the opportunity to develop vital skills, deepen understanding and critical thinking, and in some cases, earn advanced credit.

Summer Academic & Enrichment Highlights

Offerings include:
  • STEM, arts, and sports courses in grades 3-8

  • Science and math preview courses to help students get a head start on grades 6-12

  • Writing workshops and literature classes for grades 6-11

  • NA advance credit courses for grades 8-12

  • SAT and ACT exam preparation in grades 10-12

  • Specialty workshops including Model UN, Improv Workshop, Leadership in the 21st Century, and Spanish Boot Camp for grades 6-10

View the complete list of Academic & Enrichment Courses.

General Information on Summer Academic Courses/Programs

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  • Registration

    Students register online for NA Summer academic and enrichment courses hereStudents should enroll for the grade level that they will enter in the Fall 2022. Enrollment is on a first-come-first-served basis and acceptance in a class will be confirmed via email. Student schedules will be sent via email prior to the beginning of the session.
  • Tuition, Fees and Refunds

    Tuition for each course and/or summer program is listed within the course/program descriptions. Tuition payment is due upon enrollment. Payment must be made by credit card (online enrollment). Please note that there is a separate non-refundable enrollment fee of $75. 

    Students may be required to purchase a textbook or other instructional materials. The cost for books ranges from $25 to $150 and can be paid by credit card, check, cash, or money order at book distribution.

    Please refer to the Summer Academic and Enrichment Program or Mott-Leeney Baseball Camp webpages for specific information related to tuition payments and refund policies.
For more information, please contact Director of Summer Programs Nancy Celente at or (973) 992-7000, ext. 217.
Reimagining rigor for students in grades 6-12