COVID-19 and Summer Session

Newark Academy Summer Session will continue our virtual program through the duration of the session which concludes on August 7th!
While we had hoped to be able to run our on-campus academic programs from July 20- August 7, it has become evident that we will not be able to proceed with most of our academic programming on campus due to continuing public health challenges arising from covid-19. Classes will continue on our remote platforms. We must prioritize safety and health in making this decision.
We will continue to offer our Jump Start Program for grades 1 and 2, Mott Leeney Baseball Camp for grades 1-8, and NA-X Sports Camps for grades 3-8, on campus. Jump Start will also have a virtual option.

Please view available classes and programs by creating an account on CampBrain, our online registration portal.

View our COVID-19 Operational Plan.
Please feel free to contact us at any time at if you have any questions.
Be safe and well.
NA-X: Newly Launched and Solely Online Program, Taught EXclusively By Newark Academy Faculty and Administrators
Grades: 3-12
NA-X offers a variety of one- and two-week long, solely online courses that are held from June 29 through August 7. From French and Mandarin to podcasting and financial literacy courses, NA-X virtual courses allow students to explore an array of interests and subjects. Students will engage in EXperiential learning that encourages critical thinking. They will also have the opportunity to increase their skill level, during what will become an EXtraordinary summer. We encourage you to view our course offerings and apply today.

Academic Summer Session: Advanced Credit, Enrichment and Skill Development Courses.
Students have the opportunity to strengthen their writing skills, participate in STEAM courses, gain advanced credit, prepare for the SAT and ACT exams, and more. Summer session courses will begin virtually for Session A, held June 29-July 17. While we had hoped to be able to run our on-campus academic programs from July 20-August 7, it has become evident that we will not be able to proceed with most of our academic programming on campus due to continuing public health challenges arising from COVID-19. Classes will continue on our remote platforms in order to prioritize attendees’ safety and health. View more information.

NA-X Sports: EXpert Coaching From Newark Academy with NA Faculty, Coaches and Administrators. 
Grades: 3-8
Student-athletes entering grades three through eight are invited to participate in our fun-filled and action-packed outdoor sports camp, led by Newark Academy coaches, administrators and student-athletes. Young sports enthusiasts can improve their game through a variety of activities, including speed and agility training, soccer, basketball, tennis, pickleball, lawn games, recreational sports, weight training, and waterworks. Camp begins July 6 and runs for five weeks, Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Lunch is included. View more information

Mott-Leeney Baseball Camp: Play baseball  and build your skills this summer!
Ages: 5-13
Offered for more than 50 years, Mott-Leeney Baseball Camp allows student-athletes to embrace their passion for baseball. Students will develop their athletic skills, as they are instructed by leading high school and college coaches. Lunch is included. Students can select among four different, week-long options. View more information.

We look forward to welcoming all students as we open the doors for our summer experiences!

- NA Summer Program Parent

"Newark Academy's Summer Programs are exceptional and provide my children with meaningful summer experiences!"

NA Summer Programs General Information

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  • Accreditation

    Newark Academy is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools and the New Jersey Association of Independent Schools.
  • Campus Visitors

    Newark Academy provides a safe environment that promotes opportunities for student growth. Parents and all other visitors to our campus must enter through the front entrance to the building and 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 Mott-Leeny Baseball Camp 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.
  • Food Service

    Newark Academy Dining Room
    Newark Academy is proud to partner with SAGE Dining Services® for our food service. Students are welcome to enjoy meals in the dining room for breakfast, lunch, or snack. The dining room is open every day from 7:30 am to 1:30 pm.  

    Click here to view our menu (menu will be posted prior to the start of Summer Session).
    About SAGE Dining Services® 
    SAGE, established in 1990, is the leading food service provider for independent schools and colleges throughout North America. SAGE's unparalleled expertise in nutrition, sustainability, and culinary trends produces exceptional dining experiences that delight the senses, inspire minds, and foster community.
    SAGE provides our school community with customized, delicious, dietitian-approved meals, cooked from scratch using fresh, locally sourced ingredients. 
    All SAGE Team Members have extensive training in food service protocols and food allergy awareness. Their open kitchen policy allows parents and students to schedule a time to visit and ask questions about inventories and preparation methods. 
    For more information on SAGE, please visit
  • Medical Form and On-Site Health Professionals

    Students who enroll online will complete the medical form as part of Student Required Information.  Students who enroll using a print application, must complete the medical form available on this website and submit it to the Summer Session 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 completed. Newark Academy’s Summer Programs are staffed, daily, by a licensed registered nurse and a certified athletic trainer.
  • Student Conduct

    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.
    • Students may not bring visitors to classes or activities.
    • Smoking and vaping are not permitted on campus.
    Failure to comply with the rules of conduct may result in dismissal.
  • Transportation

    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 for summer session will be available, upon request, after May 15. Summer Session students and Mott-Leeny Baseball Camp participants who wish to be placed on a carpool list will be required to complete a Hold Harmless Agreement Form when they enroll. Parking is not allowed in the Newark Academy driveway. 
  • Tuition: Fees and Refunds

    Tuition for each course and/or summer program is listed in the course/program descriptions. Please refer to the Summer Session Academic Program, Mott-Leeney Baseball Camp, or Pulse Premier Sports Camps for specific information on payment and refund policies.