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Please enroll here, online, only if you plan to use your own funds (Not Hickman funds)
Chess is fun and can be learned quickly and easily. Studies have found that chess helps improve test results in reading, science, and math, and produces growth in critical cognitive skills. Beyond academia, chess influences social behavior including self esteem, respect for others, patience, and good sportsmanship. And did we mention: it’s FUN!
Chess classes will be offered to Hickman students at the Berkeley Chess School, 2622 San Pablo, Berkeley, 94702.
Additional siblings are 50% off.
The Berkeley Chess School is a nonprofit organization offering chess instruction from kindergarten through high school since 1982. We are an affiliate of the US Chess Federation. Over the years our students have won many state championships and several have gone on to become National Masters, FIDE Masters, and International Masters. For further information, please call us at (510) 843-0150, email us at email@example.com, or visit our website at www.berkeleychessschool.org.
Hickman chess students are invited to attend the Berkeley Chess School tournaments! Visit our website at www.berkeleychessschool.org for details and online registration.
You can register online at Berkeleychessschool.org, under “afterschool programs”
However, register online with BCS only if you plan to use your own funds for this class.
****If you want to use Hickman funds, please fill out a vendor class enrollment form with Hickman. ***
Then Hickman office will notify Berkeley Chess School of your enrollment and BCS will follow the Hickman process for receiving payment.
Participants must currently be in grades 1 to 8.
Registration starts on 12/13/2018 and ends on 04/17/2019.
Room: Please come in front door at top of stairs
Please contact The Berkeley Chess School if you have any questions.