Nestled in the harbor front town of Port Washington NY, The Nicholas Center maximizes on its main street location and direct community access. Highlights Include:
Home to the Jacob Burns Film Center and many restaurants, boutiques, and parks - The Nicholas Center is excited to make Pleasantville its second home.
The Nicholas Center offers live small group or private online instruction with skilled professionals who deliver a host of programs remotely. We offer day, afternoon and private lessons that promote:
The Nicholas Center offers services through contracts with Local Districts. We can provide these services in our community based locations , in the student's home, or remotely.
The Nicholas Center offers an award winning Community Based model . We believe most skills are best taught in context . It has an ongoing committment to foster community partnerships. We promote learning through active participation.
The Nicholas Center offers Job Training and Employment supports. We partner with various community based job sites and have an exclusive partnership with Spectrum Designs and its social enterprises.
Each weeknight The Nicholas Center hosts an inclusive, interactive
and "out of this world" social group called "The ZOOMIVERSE"!
The EVENING ZOOMIVERSE operates 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM weeknights.
Only $99 per month!
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The Nicholas Center
Long Island : 382 Main Street Port Washington N.Y., 11050 | Ph. 516.767.7177 Fx. 516-767-0133
Westchester: 175 Thompkins Avenue Pleasantville N.Y. 10570 | 914.919.9188 Fx. 914-488-6446
The Nicholas Center is an 501(c)3 non profit organization. Tax ID#45-2022370
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