Thank you for your continuous support of New York Chinese School.
We would like to welcome you back to our 2023-2024 School year starting with the 2023 Fall Semester.
One time payment for this Fall semester 2023 and the following Spring semester 2024 has a discount as well.
Please kindly visit our website for the registration form and registration information as follows:
(Chinese Version) https://www.nychineseschool.org/——-registration-information——.html
The office hours are adjusted as follows:
Monday: Office is closed (Afterschool is still available)
Tuesday to Friday: 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Saturday to Sunday: 10:00 am to 3:00 pm
(The school has installed a doorbell at the front door. If the door is closed downstairs, please ring the 3rd-floor doorbell, and our staff will help you to open the door. Thank you for your cooperation!)
NYCS encourages students to take in-person classes; certain guidelines for in-person classes are as follows:
1. Must maintain social etiquette and a social distance.
2. If students feel ill, please stay at home.
3. Students who are unable to attend class, please be sure to report to your home teacher.
5. Other regulations will be implemented in accordance with the regulations of the New York City Department of Education.
The mission and strength of New York Chinese School :
NYCS is a non-profit organization. All our staff is dedicated to upgrading teaching quality and providing the most enjoyable learning environment.
We are proud to say that we recruit teachers who obtained bachelor’s or master’s degrees from Columbia Teacher College, Hunter College, and New York City College. We offer scholarships for each graduate.
The graduation reward for elementary 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 president of New York Chinese School and Mr. Ching Sun Wong, the founder of Wonton Food Ching Sun Wong.
Our school owns 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. Abacus Federal Savings Bank’s founder, Attorney Thomas Sung, helped NYCS establish as an absolutely charter school.
New York Chinese School hopes that NYCS students can give back to the school and communities in the future and wish that they would continue to promote the Chinese language as well as its culture.
Thank you very much for your continued support of the New York Chinese School.
New York Chinese School