Contact & FAQ
Our physical location is temporarily closed. Summer 2020 camps will be held virtually. Please email email@example.com or call and a member of the DAE team will get back to you as soon as possible. Thank you!
Where can I park?
I want to register my child for class that is listed 13 - 18 but he/she is 12. Is that OK?
I want to register my son or daughter for a session but he/she will miss a class. Can you prorate the class? Are there make-up days?
When it comes to missing out on content, it really depends on the program in which you are thinking about registering your child. You can always give us a call or stop by for a visit if you have any questions or concerns about your son or daughter missing out on material.
Because the dates for our classes are scheduled meticulously, we cannot add in any additional dates for a make-up, except in the event of a snow-day during winter months or other circumstance. With our small class setting, it is easier for our instructors to pay more personalized, individual attention to each student. We are happy to prorate any missed classes.
Am I able to drop off earlier or pick up later than the start of the class?
I am interested in a private lesson/ setting up a class at an external location. What are the rates?
I want to see what my child has worked on. How can I view their work?
For any 3D Printing class, similar to Scratch, we will have students create their own TinkerCAD accounts where all of their work will be saved and accessible from any computer. In addition to that, students will actually get to take home physical prints of what they’ve modeled to show you.
For any Digital Drawing or Graphic Design class, we will print out glossy 12×18 copies of student work for them to take home. Any additional work that they’d like to save will be stored on a DAE Google Drive account, accessible from home.
My child has allergies. Do you have anyone on staff trained in first aid?
What is your policy on cell phone use in the facility?
We live close by. Can I let my child leave on their own?
My child has special needs. Are your classes a good fit?
Trying to decide between Scratch or Python?
- no typing
- drag & drop
- more visual
- best for beginners
- typing/hard coding
- less visual
- object-oriented programming language