The North Colonie Central School District Continuing Education Program offers a diverse selection of courses that meet the many varied interests and needs of the community. We encourage our community members to be lifelong learners and take advantage of our fall, spring and mini-sessions.
Spring 2017 Continuing Education information
The North Colonie Central School District is proud to present its Spring 2017 Continuing Education Program. Registration is open to all residents of North Colonie Central School District who are 21 years of age or older. Senior citizens, age 60 or older may take some of our courses at the reduced rate of $10.00. However, senior citizens are responsible for materials fees. A “Senior Citizen Courtesy Card” is required and may be obtained from the Town of Colonie Senior Citizen Center. If you are a senior citizen registering by mail, please enclose a copy of your card. All classes are filled on a “first come, first serve” basis, with preference given to District residents. Non-residents will be accepted if space is available.
Mark your calendar:
Accepted through Feb. 3
In-Person Registration: SHS main entrance lobby
Monday, Feb. 6, 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Feb. 7, 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Monday, Feb. 27
Inclement weather policy
If traveling conditions are hazardous, classes will be postponed. Whenever the North Colonie Schools are closed during the day due to inclement weather or holidays, classes will NOT meet that evening.
In the event of inclement weather, check later in the day with the local television stations or visit the homepage of our website.
Where and when classes are held
Most Continuing Education courses meet once a week between the hours of 7-9 p.m. over a ten-week period. Any exceptions are noted within the course description for the course(s) in which you are interested. Most classes are held at Shaker High School on 445 Watervliet-Shaker Road in Latham. Exceptions are noted in the course description.
Confirmation of classes
You will NOT receive confirmation of registration, and will only be notified if the selected course is cancelled due to insufficient enrollment. In that case, you will receive notification by telephone and will be offered a refund by mail.
Registration in a course is a personal decision. Registrations are binding because teachers are employed and other financial commitments are made on the basis of the number of registrants for each course. After the published refund deadline, it is impossible to honor refund requests.
Rules and regulations
Continuing Education participants are required to abide by the regulations governing the school buildings. Smoking is prohibited in the building and on any school grounds. The district is not responsible for any injuries incurred during the activities through the Continuing Education Program. Any ensuing expenses will be borne by the participant. Registrants are reminded to park in designated parking areas only.