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After-School Program - Cambridge Campus

After-School classes, which are offered at the Cambridge Rindge Latin School in Cambridge, focus on learning Chinese language. The classes are open to students of 5 1/2 years old (as of 9/1/2018) or older who currently reside in Cambridge or will move to live in Cambridge. We also accept students from outside of Cambridge, but the number is limited. After their regular schools, students from Cambridge public school may take school bus to the Chinese School.

2018-2019 Spring Semester: February 1st 2019-June 17th 2019
2019-2020 Fall Semester: September 9th 2019-Januarary 31st 2020
2019-2020 Spring Semester: February 1st 2020-June 19th 2020

Everyday Class:
Class is offered between 3:30pm to 5:30pm every day. This class is taught at different levels according to students' Chinese language abilities.

Elementary Level:
Students learn standard Chinese pronunciation and phonetic alphabet (Pinyin), strokes of Chinese characters, rule and order of strokes, commonly used structural parts and radicals of Chinese characters and word forms and structures. Students will develop basic skills to recognize Chinese characters and build certain amount of vocabulary, they will learn to read simple picture books.

Middle Level:
Here we put emphasis on training students to develop their abilities to recognize Chinese characters without any help and increase their Chinese vocabulary. We also emphasize on students' abilities to understand and use different words and phrases, as well as their sentence-building and reading skills. Students will be able to write short paragraphs to describe an object or a situation.

High level:
Here we aim at training students to develop skills of independent reading and analyzing. We will also enhance the training of students in understanding rhetoric and logic in Chinese.

Tuition:
  Registration Fee
every school year
Refundable Deposit
for new student
Tuition/Semester Register before or on 5/31/2019 Tuition/Semester Register after 5/31/2019
5 Days $30.00 $50.00 $1600.00 $1630.00
4 Days $30.00 $50.00 $1360.00 $1400.00
3 Days $30.00 $50.00 $1120.00 $1160.00
2 Days $30.00 $50.00 $880.00 $920.00
Tuesday-Thursday Class

The class is offered between 3:30PM to 5:30PM every Tuesday & Thursday. This class is taught with both Chinese and English and is particularly suitable for children from American families where Chinese is not a spoken language or for Chinese children adopted by American families.

Fees:

Registration Fee: $30 once each school year.
Security Deposit: $50 for new enrollment only.

Tuition Due: The due day for the semester tuition payment is one month before the semester starts

Discount: Sibling Discount-Family has more than one students enrolled full time, 5% of tuition discount will apply to 2nd or more students.

Early Pick Up Fee: For the students who need to be picked up at the school bus stop before 2:30pm on the regular school day, there is an extra charge:
5 days per week student: $50.00 per month
4 days per week student: $40.00 per month
3 days per week student: $30.00 per month
2 days per week student: $20.00 per month
Late Fee: A $20 later fee will be charged if the tuition is paid after due day. The due day for the semester payment is one month before after school starts.

Bounced Check Fee: $35 will be charged.
Program Location

Cambridge Rindge & Latin School
459 Broadway, Cambridge, MA 02139

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For enquiries, please:
email: admin@cambridgechineseschool.org
Phone: (781) 788-8558

Please mail the registration form and payment to:
         Cambridge Center for Chinese Culture c/o Afterschool Program in Cambridge
         425 Waverly Oaks Rd. unit#2 suite #214, Waltham MA 02452



425 Waverley Oaks Road, Suite 214, Waltham, MA 02452
Tel: (781) 788-8558  
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