Chinese Center on Long Island 長島中華協會

Chinese Language

** CCLI school Open House - September 23, 2018  11am **

Classes starting September 9, 2018

Classes fill up very quickly and space is limited. Classes are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Send in your registration and membership if you are interested in enrolling in any of the sessions. Make checks payable to Chinese Center on Long Island. Please check the pdf files below for further information on class schedule and tuition. 

First day of school is on September 9, 2018.



All levels - Kindergarten, Beginners, Intermediate and Advances

Reading, Writing, and Conversation.

Note: Tuition subject to change without notice
Late registration fee of $50 for all classes after Semester Begins..
No refund after attendance of first class

Chinese Center on Long Island School opened its door in 1967 to families on Long Island.  Today, our school attracts families from Long Island as well as from New York City boroughs.  The school is guided by Director Lydia Wong, Co-Principals Lotus Wu and Donna Chan, along with the administrative assistant Kelly Ng.  The doors are opened early Sunday during the Fall and Spring for eager minds ready to learn.

Reading, writing, and conversation in both Mandarin and Cantonese languages are led by teachers David Yang, Sally Sun, Lotus Wu, and Tiffany He.  They carefully guide their students in learning and practicing their skills through not only traditional methods but also with other various media including the computers and ipads in the classroom.  The Computer Lab is used to enhance the students' learning experience.  Chinese classes are offered to all ages.    The youngest students are preschoolers in the Parent and Me class.  A parent attends class with a preschool child to learn Mandarin.  There are Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced classes for school age children, teens, and adults. 

Our students are also provided with opportunities to do volunteer work in the school.  They are often seen assisting teachers in the classrooms.  At the Chinese School, it is not all work and no fun.  Celebration and parties are held for students to develop an appreciation for the Chinese culture and language. 

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