Frequently Asked Questions
Q. HOW LONG IS A SEMESTER?
A. We offer two main semesters:
The Fall-Winter and the Spring semester, both comprised of 14 classes:
The Fall-Winter starts the first week of October and generally ends in mid-February, depending on snow days.
The Spring semester is scheduled to start right after the Fall-Winter semester and ends the first or second week of June. During the summer only private and semi-private tutoring is available.
Q. ARE YOU CLOSED OVER HOLIDAYS?
A. Italian School NJ will be closed around Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter, Memorial Day and other holidays or school breaks.
Q. WHERE ARE YOU LOCATED?
Youth week day programs and adult programs are held at our East Hanover Location
East Hanover Location
(Click on Map below for directions)
49 Ridgedale Avenue, Suite 200
East Hanover, NJ (intersection of Route 10) conveniently located near Interstate 287
Saturday programs and La Scuola Del Sabato are held at Chatham Day School Location,
700 Shunpike, Chatham Township, NJ
(Click on Map belowfor directions)
Q. DO YOU OFFER GIFT CERTIFICATES?
Give the gift of Italian to those that you love and you will save. Purchase your gift certificate today!
Q. WHAT IF THE TIMES DON’T WORK WITH OUR SCHEDULE?
A. If there is not a time and day listed above that fits your schedule, please
CLICK HERE TO REQUEST A CLASS and please specifying your preferences.
Q. DO YOU HAVE DISCOUNTS FOR FAMILIES?
A. Yes, Italian School NJ offers a 5% discount off of all family members registered when more than one student from the same family is registered simultaneously.. Discounts only applies if registered for the full semester. Please enter discount code FAMILY at checkout.
Q. DO YOU HAVE DISCOUNTS FOR REFERRALS?
A. Yes, we offer a 5% discount will be applied for the next class registered. Please ask for Discount Code prior to registration.
Q. DO YOU HAVE USEFUL RESOURCES FOR LEARNING ITALIAN?
Fun way to play and learn in Italian for elementary students:
Fun way to play and learn in Italian for preschoolers:
Fun way to play and learn in Italian for middle school students: