Cancellation Policy (Updated)

Cancellation Policy (Updated)

Due to the unique preparations entailed in running a cooking school, we are happy to offer more flexibility in this challenging climate. We can transfer your registered kid-chef  to another camp week that works best for you, if your schedule changes, if there is an available space in another week of the same camp season. We are able to do this one time with written request received via email. If more changes are requested after this one time, there will be an additional administrative charge of $75.00 per child per move. 

If it turns out that you are unable to notify us in a timely manner or cannot use the week of camp you registered for, you may gift the camp week to a friend, as long as their child meets the age requirements of being a kid-chef.

We do remind you that your registration for kid-chefs camps is non-refundable. 

Once you begin a camp week there are no switches or credits available to you.

There are no make-up days for missed days of camp. 

For any of the above situations, we must receive written notice of your request a minimum of 10 business days prior to the start of your registered week.

In addition, if you or your child exhibits unacceptable, belligerent or violent behavior or brings a weapon onto the premises of C'est si Bon! please be advised that you/he/she/they will be asked to leave and not return for the remainder of the class or program, and there will be no refunds.

No refunds or exchanges on any customized pea-pod party or one to one cooking class. If you cancel within 48 hours of any one to one cooking class your registration cannot be credited or refunded. Please do notify us and feel free to send someone in your place. 

In the event of inclement weather, insufficient enrollment or any other circumstances beyond our control, a class may be rescheduled or canceled. We will make every effort to notify you in advance.

Before you purchase a class for another person as a gift, please remember that the responsibility for redeeming a gift certificate belongs to the owner of the certificate.