payment must accompany registration. You will not be considered registered for the class until full payment is made. Payment may be made by cash,
check or credit card (Visa or Mastercard).
without sufficient enrollment prior to the first class date will
be cancelled. If a class or workshop is canceled by the school,
students are entitled to a full refund or may
transfer to another class during the same session, space permitting.
will be issued 2-3 weeks after cancellation.
may obtain a refund less a $20 handling fee if withdrawal
notification is received prior to the day of the first class. A refund may be obtained after the first class, less a $20 handling fee and cost of the attended class. The $20 handling fee may be waived if a tuition credit is applied prior to the second class meeting.
No refunds are given after the second class meeting. Classes are transferable if request is made five (5) working days prior to the first class.
Workshop refunds are granted, less $20, with notification 5 days prior to the start of the workshop. No refunds are given
for withdrawals after this time, with the exception of a workshop
with a waiting list, where replacement of student is guaranteed
($20 cancellation fee will still apply)
Classes missed by students will not be rescheduled or refunded.
Class content is not required to be made up.
With space available and instructor permission, regular students
may drop in on a class for an additional fee. Please contact the
school for fees. Drop-ins are not applicable for workshops.
Late registrations are welcome with space available and instructor's
permission. Full payment must accompany registration. Class fees
will not be pro-rated. Payment may be made by cash, check, or
charge card (Visa, MasterCard).
you are ineligible for a refund, but have not attended any sessions
of the class, you may request an acknowledgement from the school
office, which will enable you to claim your unused tuition as
a tax-deductible contribution.
Unless otherwise noted, adult classes are open to ages 16 and
above. Smoking is not permitted in the building. Cleanup is everyone's
responsibility. Always clean your work area before leaving —
this includes floors, tables, tools and equipment. Your cooperation
is appreciated. Students are required to remove any personnel
property from LAA at the end of each class. LAA is not responsible
for lost/stolen items. Students must respect LAA property, including
art, furnishings, equipment, and supplies. Student and visitors
must walk while in the building.
LAA reserves the right to ask disruptive student to leave. Tuition
will not be refunded for disruptive behavior. Only currently registered
students may use the LAA studios and equipment, and only during
the period (duration of class) for which the student is registered.
Students are not allowed in the studios between classes, without
school staff permission.
We follow the class cancellation schedule of Loudoun County Public
Schools. This applies to both children’s and adult classes
Make-up date(s) will be coordinated with the instructor, who will
notify students at the next meeting. In most instances, make up
class will be scheduled during the break week between sessions.
For hurricanes, tornados, etc. turn on the radio for news updates.
If immediate danger, the stairway going to the 2nd floor is the
safest area in the building.
Session Five 2012: September 9 - October 27
Session Six 2012: October 28 - December 22
Session One 2013: January 6 - March 2
Session Two 2013: March 3- April 27
Session Three 2013: April 28 - June 22
Summer Art Camps 2013 Start:
week of June 17 through week of August 16
Session Four 2013: June 23 - August 31
New Year's Day
Fourth of July
Click here to download the registration form
Photographers are often on the premises during classes and special
events to capture images for LAAF archives and use in publicity
manuals. If you do not wish to be photographed, please indicate
so in writing.