Chinese School

The TSCCA Chinese School is a component of the non-profit organization Tri-State Chinese Culture Association (TSCCA). This school was established in 1992 as a result of Chinese parents wanting to have their children learn Chinese language. Unfortunately, the school became dormant for many years as those families moved out of the Tri-State. Thanks to the recent influx of many new Chinese families moving into our region, as well as families with children adopted from China, the Chinese School is now re-opened to serve the needs of those families.
The TSCCA’s Chinese School has a primary mission to provide Chinese language education for TSCCA members and others individuals who are interested in learning Chinese language and culture in the Tri-State area.
Classes are meeting on Sunday from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM. Each school year consists of two semesters which coincide with Evansville-Vanderburgh School Corporation’s school calendar. Students normally attend over thirty classes in a school year.
Language classes are formed based on Chinese language levels and age. Language skills such as listening, speaking, reading, writing, and daily conversation are the focus of the classes. In addition, we teach Chinese customs, traditions, and history.
Enrollment in TSCCA Chinese School is open to children of all ages, ranging from kindergarteners to middle school students.

TSCCA Chinese School is an equal opportunity school that admits students to the rights and privileges made available to the student body. The school does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, or financial status.

Principal: Jenbien Tsai