Welcome to ChessKidz!

Welcome to our website. Are you a parent or a principal at an elementary school? Are you a student or a teacher? Maybe you are part of an organization looking to support our mission and efforts. Well whoever you are, you have come to a great place to learn about our awesome high-energy scholastic chess program. This website was created for you to stay “in the know” with information concerning the chess program that everyone is talking about and support the ChessKidz who are so excited to play and learn!

We offer classes and tournaments to children because we are eager to bring chess to our communities. ChessKidz is an organization dedicated solely to the promotion of chess. This program emphasizes the plethora of life skills that people learn by playing chess. Some consider chess an art, a sport, a science, and give it many other labels. Whatever it may be labeled, it sure is fun!

Ready to find out more? Enjoy your clicks and browse the site. Feel free to make suggestions and contact us with any questions or concerns.

Recent program feedback:

We just wanted to say “thank you” for the fantastic job you guys are doing with the kids. We are very grateful for the time you spend with them and the invaluable skills they are learning from everyone associated with the classes and tournaments. You guys make chess cool! What more could a parent ask for?

Plan on A.S. being at all four of the upcoming tournaments. He is so enthusiastic about playing more, more, more……..and more!!! He is focused on improving and learning as much as he can. He is determined to be the top player!!!! It is great to see his enthusiasm. Thanks to you and your staff for providing a great program for kids!!!! You should be proud of what you have built!!!

She really enjoys this after school program. The instructor does a great job of building knowledge as well as enthusiasm for the game. Our daughter just loves challenging friends and relatives. :) “Most people say that it is the intellect which makes a great scientist. They are wrong: it is character. “* Albert Einstein