The Niskayuna Central School District is pleased to offer a variety of classes and programs to the adults and youth of our community. Many classes are inter generational, while others are specific to youth or adults. We are always striving for improvement and are open to suggestions and ideas from the community.
Fall/Interim 2019 Continuing Education Courses!
The District is pleased to announce that the Continuing Education Program has a full schedule of fall classes available for the community.
New: Continuing Education Community Outreach Day
Thursday, Oct. 10
Register In Person & Learn More
Come learn more about our program, register in-person, and share ideas at the first Continuing Education Community Outreach Day, Thursday, Oct. 12, from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Town of Niskayuna Library, 2400 Nott Street East.
Registration by mail is preferred and is the easiest way to register for courses. Use one registration form per registrant per course. One check for multiple courses is acceptable. Mail check (payable to Niskayuna Central School District or NCSD) along with registration to:
Continuing Education Program, District Office
1239 Van Antwerp Rd.
Niskayuna NY 12309.
Registrants may also register by visiting the District Office during office hours, weekday afternoons, September-June. Please note the office is closed during school vacations.
We do not confirm registrations. You will be notified if you do not get into a class or if a class is canceled. Please allow sufficient turnaround time with registrations.
Enrollment is open to all on a first-come, first-served basis. You do not have to be a resident of our school district to participate in this program. Fees vary from class to class. Some classes also require a materials or text fee, usually paid to the instructor on the first night of class.
To qualify for our senior rate you must be a Niskayuna School District resident and be 55 and retired or 65 and over.
The Continuing Education Program is self-supporting. The registration fee will be refunded if a course is cancelled or if a student withdraws from a course before the start of the first class.
Have an idea?
If you have an idea for a new class, please contact the Continuing Education Office. We are always open to suggestions!