紐約華僑學校係以社區服務導向113年的非營利機構。紐約華僑學校的歷史和宗旨與其他盈利性中文學校不同；NYCS 在履行其使命方面发挥了成功的作用。 这就是为什么即使在疫情的衝擊下，我们仍然屹立不搖的为我们的社区服务。
* 12 岁以下儿童接种疫苗的批准仍在等待中。 目前，12 岁以下的学生或需在春季学期仍参加線上課程。 此要求将随着情况的变化而更新。 请等待进一步的公告。 5 年级以上和 12 岁以上完全接种疫苗的学生可以选择参加線上或實體课程。 请注意，现在每个年级的實體課程人数限制为 12 人。
*12 岁以上（6-12 年级）已接种疫苗的选择實體課程的參與者必须填写 Google 表格同意书。
支票付款：支票抬頭請寫 NEW YORK CHINESE SCHOOL，並在支票上註記：１）學生姓名 ２）您的聯絡電話和電子郵件，以便註冊組查收。
*我們學校的地址是 62 Mott St Floor 3Floor, New York, NY 10013
在电子邮件中，敬请包括以下信息： (1) 您孩子的中英文姓名和班级； (2) 您的电话号码； (3) 您的问题
Thank you for your continuous support of New York Chinese School.
New York Chinese School is a community school established in 1909, and will soon enter its 113th year. The history and founding purpose of NYCS differ from other for-profit Chinese schools; NYCS has played a successful role in performing its mission. That is why we are still serving our community even under the threat of COVID-19.
Early Bird Spring registration deadline: 11/14
For In-Person Students:
The approval of vaccination for children under 12 is still pending. Currently, students under 12 years old will need to take virtual classes in the spring semester. This requirement will be updated as circumstances change. Please await further announcements. Fully vaccinated students above grade 5 and over 12 years old can choose to participate in online or in-person courses. Please note that there is now a 12 person limit for in-person classes per grade.
* Vaccinated participants who are age 12+ (grade 6-12) in choosing the in-person course must fill out the Google Form consent letter. The teacher’s name, Zoom ID, password, etc, will be sent to the parent before 1/31/22.
Please register online first before paying. You may come to school to pick up books one week before the start of the semester (01/24/22-01/30/22). For payment via checks: please make the check payable to “New York Chinese School”. Please also include 1) Your child’s name 2) Phone number and email address before mailing.
We accept payments via checks and credit cards. (There will be a 3% transaction fee included if a credit card is used)
*Our school is located at 62 Mott St, 3rd Floor, New York, NY 10013
*Please note that if the tuition is not received within seven days after registration, your registration form will be deleted manually. $30 registration fee will be charged if you have not registered by 11/14/2021
If you have any questions, please contact the school by email. We will reply to you as soon as possible.
In the email, please include the following information: (1) Your child’s Chinese and English name and class; (2) Your phone number; (3) Your question(s).
*We are a non-profit organization. Due to the limitation of manpower, please contact us via email. We will return to you ASAP.
Call us at (212) 226-3320 during office hours:
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. Your sponsorship of New York Chinese school will also be most appreciated.
We are proud to announce that we recruited teachers who obtained bachelors or master degrees from Columbia Teacher College, Hunter College, New York City College. We offer scholarships for our graduate classes.
The graduation reward for primary school (6th grade) will be 100 dollars. For junior high school graduates (9th grade) it will be 300 dollars. For high school graduates it will be 1000 dollars. The graduation funds were generously initiated by Eric Ng, former Chairman of the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association and Chairman of New York Chinese School, founder of Wonton Food Ching Sun Wong, CEO Norman Wong, and director Kexing Li.
Our school has the longest history and the largest campus in North America. In addition to providing excellent professional teachers, it also prioritizes campus safety and environmental cleanliness.
New York Chinese School hopes that NYCS students can give back to the school and communities in the future and wishes that they would be willing to continue to promote Chinese language as well as culture. We also use textbooks provided by the Overseas Community Affairs Council.
Thank you very much for your continued support of New York Chinese School. We hope that the epidemic will end soon and everyone can return to a normal life.
Principal Jennifer Wang & Teachers and Staffs at New York Chinese School