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Newton Cantonese School
Please join us today, June 3rd in the Gym at 9:30, to celebrate another year of our student’s accomplishments.
Lots of goodies , dumplings and sticky rice
We are happy to announce our annual Ice Cream Social will be 5/13 this year. The students will enjoy scoops of ice cream during their breaks. Italian Ices will be available to those who can’t have ice cream. Ice cream is on us and we asked the parents to donate the toppings. please sign up[…]
NCS Teacher Appreciation Lunch Serves at 12:30 p.m.
NCS Ice Cream Social from 10:30a.m. to 11:30a.m.
Event Starts from 11:30a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at Hyde Community Center, Newton Highlands MA
Zongzi CLass (Bamboo Leaves wrap sticky rice dumpling) Class Starts 10:30 a.m.-12p.m. in Room 113 (NCS Office) We have 12 people sign up on this class now, the class will provide the Bamboo leave and all the ingrediences to make the zongzi and each student will bring a few home after class. (Note: the Zongzi[…]
Our Chinese Program - 課程大綱
The school curriculum offers 2 educational tracks: Conversational and Literacy. Classes are held on Saturday mornings from 9:30am to 12:30pm during the regular school year from September to June.
The Conversational Track (grades pre-school through 7th grade) focuses on teaching oral communication skills and the recognition of Chinese characters.
The Literacy Track (grades pre-school through 8th grade) focuses more on teaching reading and writing the Chinese language following the traditional Chinese instructional methods.
In addition to the academic curriculum, Newton Cantonese School offers many diverse cultural enrichment activities to students starting from the first grade.
Cantonese Language School based in Newton, MA
The goal of the Newton Cantonese School is to teach the Cantonese dialect, reading and writing of the Chinese language, and the Chinese culture. This will enable our students to function more effectively in the bicultural environment they live in. Of equal importance, they will gain an understanding and appreciation of their heritage, its uniqueness and contributions. Consequently, their pride in being Asian Americans will be enhanced. We are a 501c3 non-profit organization.
Number of Language Tracks
We offer 2 tracks, Conversational and Literary Tracks
Number of Cultural Enrichment Programs
We offer 6 programs ranging from Kung Fu, Dance to the arts.
Number of Faculty
We have 20 teachers
Number of Students
150 ranging from 4yes to 15yrs old
In the Spotlight
Newton Asian Festival March 2017 with Newton Councilor James Cote
Newton Asian Festival March 2017 with Newton Councilor James CoteSpotlight
Chinese New Year Celebration
Chinese New Year CelebrationSpotlight
Newton Mayor Setti Warren
Newton Mayor Setti WarrenSpotlight