Ai-Hwa Chinese Language School was established in October 1998. With a curriculum focusing on phonetics and traditional Chinese characters, the school provides weekly 3-hour classes for small groups of students to listen, speak, read, and write in the Chinese language.
Happy Valley Chinese School offers classes from grade K to 9th. Curriculum includes Chinese language, Chinese as a second language (including two classes Young and Adult), Chinese culture, Chinese traditional dance, martial art, drawing, Chinese painting.
Great Wall Chinese School (GWCS) is a non-profit organization registered in the state of Pennsylvania. The mission of the Great Wall Chinese School is to provide a learning environment for students to study the Chinese language. It teaches simplified Chinese characters, PinYin (a Chinese phonetic system), and Mandarin.
Founded in 1977, Pittsburgh Chinese School is a nonprofit educational and cultural organization that promotes the understanding, appreciation and enjoyment of traditional and contemporary Chinese civilization, culture and heritage and provides the cultural and historical context for learning Chinese.
The Media-Swarthmore Chinese School (MSCS) is a non-profit, non-political and non-religious weekend language school. The school teaches Mandarin with simplified Chinese characters and pinyin and Chinese culture. Besides the language courses, the school also offers SAT Prep classes, cultural classes and sport and fitness classes to both children and parents.
Can Education Group is an accelerated-learning education center, with classes regularly held at our West Covina campus. It is providing outstanding educational support for the local student community.
North Orange County Chinese School (NOCCS), a nonprofit organization, has been serving the North Orange County community since 1986. The mission of NOCCS is to enhance, cultivate, and promote Chinese culture within local communities and provide students with in-depth understanding of Chinese language. The school not only provides language and cultural classes, but also prepares high school students for the SAT II and AP exams, and issues high school credits to qualified students.
Pomona Valley Chinese School (PVCS) welcomes students of all language ability. In addition to their regular Chinese classes, they also offer English/Chinese bilingual classes, accreditation classes for high school students, and a wide variety of extracurricular activities.
Torrance Chinese School (TCS) was founded in 1989. Both traditional and simplified Chinese are taught at the school. TCS is a California registered non-profit organization, the goal is to promote Chinese language and culture in the Los Angeles area.