電話：(212) 226-3320 或 (212) 226-3321
建議您到校取書時帶支票前來繳費。支票抬頭請寫 NEW YORK CHINESE SCHOOL，並在支票上註記學生姓名和您的聯絡電話，以便註冊組查收。
若您居住遙遠不方便親自前來繳費，可以金融卡或信用卡電話繳費：本校目前只接受電話繳費，請於上班時間週一至週五下午1點至下午6點之間撥打 (212) 226-3320 繳費。
Dear Administrators / Officials,
My name is Guo Sheng, and I am part of the office staff at New York Chinese School.
We are excited to invite you to join us online for the spring semester at New York Chinese School!
We have converted our spring Program into blended online courses with reduced price. Although we are unsure if we will be back in person in this semester, we decided to keep the current tuition rates the same to give back to our students. Attached is the flyer containing more details. Registration fee of $30 will be waived if you made the tuition payment between 10/30-11/15. $30 discount will be applied if you register for more than one course, another $30 discount will be applied if you register for more than one child.
The following link will take you to the registration page
The mode of classes for Spring 2021 will depend on the announcement of the New York Department of Education, you/your children’s health will be our priority.
Schedule: 1/23/2021-6/13/2021, 18 weeks in total
Weekend classes: every Saturday/Sunday from 10 am to 1 pm or Saturday from 2 pm to 5 pm
Weekday classes: every Monday to Friday from 3 pm to 6 pm
If you have any questions regarding course description, tuition payment, etc. Please contact the registration office.
The office hours are as follows:
Monday to Friday from 1 pm to 6 pm, Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 3 pm.
Phone Number: (212) 226-3320 or (212) 226-3321
We recommend you to bring the check to the office while picking up the textbook during the office hours. Please make the check payable to NEW YORK CHINESE SCHOOL; also, it is important that you include the student’s name and your contact number on the check for us to confirm the payment.
If it is not possible for you to come to Chinatown to pick up the books, you may make the payment by debit/ credit card: currently, we only accept card payment via phone. Please call the office at (212) 226-3320 or (212) 226-332, Monday to Friday from 1 pm to 6 pm. Please have your card information and contact information ready when you call.
We are a non-profit, community-based organization affiliated with the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association (CCBA) of New York, a parent agency of 60 civic and family associations in the New York Chinatown community. New York Chinese School is not only the oldest with the largest campus in North America, but we also provide the most professional campus with top hygiene standards. We were originally established as a school for overseas children in 1909, and we were chartered by the New York State Education Department in 1976. We encourage you to visit our website for more information on our 111 years of history and background. https://www.nychineseschool.org/about-our-school——–.html
Today, NYCS offers an after-school program for lower-K to K-6 students. We also have weekend K-12 and adult Chinese classes and Cantonese classes to promote Chinese culture through language classes in Mandarin and Cantonese. Additionally, to complement and enrich the learning experience, the school offers a comprehensive list of classes in the creative/performing arts, such as Chinese calligraphy, Chinese poetry, dance, drawing/painting, and piano. Students also have the opportunity to join the Crimson Kings Drum Corps, a drum, fife, and bugle corps that is affiliated with the school. http://www.crimsonkings.com/team
Ｗe also recruit teachers from public and charter schools to build up a solid foundation in math and English for your children.
Furthermore, under our new pedagogical model, we have built partnerships with Hunter College and City College of New York, welcoming professional Chinese language teachers.
New York Chinese school is a non-profit organization. All our staff is dedicated to upgrading teaching quality and providing the most enjoyable learning environment. We need your support to help promote our program to your friends and community.
Thank you for your consideration, and we hope you and your loved ones stay safe during this time.
Guo Sheng Liu
Assistant to Principal’s Office