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   2014 North American New Year Party
     (Click Picture for details)


   
   2013 North American Chinese School
     (Adult Chinese: Write, Speak and Read in 2 years)


   
   2013 North American Chinese School
     (Introduction of Chinese Zhuyin Fuhao Phonics)


   
   2013 North American Chinese School
     (Reading Chinese Characters & NOT Alphabets)


   
   2013 North American Chinese School
     (Learning Chinese in North American Chinese School)


   
   2013 North American Chinese School
     (Learning Chinese is a wonderful journey. It starts from your heart!)


   
   2012 North American Chinese Cultural Camp

   
    Year 2011 Chinese Cultural Camp
    (Taiwan Aboriginal Dance)
   
   
   
   
   Year 2011 Chinese Cultural Camp
   (Flag Performance)
   
   
   
    Year 2011 Chinese Cultural Camp
    (Chinese Ribbon Dance)
   
   
    Year 2011 Chinese Cultural Camp
    (Chinese Thousand hands Guanyin Dance)
   
   


New Classes

West Bend
Tuesday   (Starts from 01/13/2015)
7:30pm to 8:30pm 13 years and up

Thursday  (Starts from 01/15/2015)
4:30pm to 5:30pm 3 to 5 years old
5:30pm to 6:30pm 6 to 9 years old
6:30pm to 7:30pm 10 to 13 years old

Grafton
Wednesday  (Starts from 01/14/2015)
6:30pm to 7:30pm 6 to 8 years old
7:30pm to 8:30pm 13 years old and up

Wauwatosa
Saturday  (Starts from 01/17/2015)
11:00am to 12:00pm 13 years old and up
01:10pm to 02:10pm 3 to 5 years old

Please email shihchen@northamericanchineseschool.com for further information. Customized curriculum for all students.

Application Form
(If you are interested in our Chinese lessons, please download
the form and e-mail or mail it back to North American Chinese School).



Congrats to Sam : Admitted to University of Chicago and passed 1st Level Advance placement Chinese. Sam(Non-native speaker) attended our school and worked very hard plus put in the extra mille in Chinese language.

Congrats to Shih-Chen : She is the present Chinese Language Instructor for University of Wisconsin (Milwaukee)

Congrats to Chris Gan : He is the present Business Ethics, Asian Business and Asian Culture Instructor for University of Wisconsin (Milwaukee)

    North American Chinese School, located at Grafton, New Berlin, Wauwatosa, and West Bend in Milwaukee County, Washington County, Waukesha County and Ozaukee County, Wisconsin, was founded in November 2007 with a humble beginning in West Bend, Wisconsin.

    Our objectives are not only to let our students to learn the Chinese language but also to understand Chinese and Asian cultures, to build great moral and friendship among our students, to know the importance of traditional Asian Ethics, to have great interest and fun in Chinese language.

    We are one of the very few schools in the USA to teach both traditional and modern Chinese to non-native speakers and native speakers. We understand and have many years of work experience with non-native speakers in the classroom and work environments. In addition, we teach both Chinese phonics "Zhuyin" and "Hanyu Pinyin". Thus, students get solid Chinese foundations, NOT confuse with American Phonics, and we develop the education curricula according to the students learning abilities. Our students read Chinese characters, Chinese "Zhuyin" and "Hanyu Pinyin" Phonics.
Please go through the videos on the left.

    Our students range from 3 years old to 70 years old and from all walks of lives. We encourage everyone to pick up more foreign languages and not just Chinese. Since Asia has become a giant global trade bloc and for many years to come, Chinese becomes an important language. If you are interested in the Chinese language and willing to put in effort or if you study Chinese in other schools and find Chinese is very difficult to comprehend, North American Chinese School will be your partner and friend in the Chinese language.

    We understand both Asia and American norms, have many years of teaching and work experience in both Asia and US corporations, and all our teachers have at least US Master degrees. We teach with our hearts and provide quality education to develop your Chinese language foundation.

    North American Chinese School continues to bring quality and interesting education, diversity and international cultures to West Bend, Grafton and Wauwatosa communities in Southeast Wisconsin. We will open other schools in Wisconsin in the coming future.

    Thus, we strongly appreciate the continuous support from parents in Washington, Milwaukee, Ozaukee & Waukesha Counties, Wisconsin plus businesses and translation services from Wisconsin businesses and many other School Districts. We will also like to thank Pastor Mark, Pastor Franz, and other Church board members for the support at Community Church, Pilgrim United Church, Mt. Zion Lutheran Church in Year 2013 and years to come.

    North American Chinese School is also blessed by the support from the government of Taiwan, City of West Bend, West Bend School District, West Bend Chamber of Commerce, BNI Members, Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation, and articles from Washington County's Daily Newspaper, US Version Chinese World Journal, Epoch Times (Chicago and New York), and other media.

    Our teacher, Shih-Chen Huang, has great passion in teaching Chinese and in Early Childhood education. She has more than 10 plus years of teaching experience to both Native and non-Native speakers in US and in Asia. Shih-Chen Huang graduated in 1993 at Penn State University(State College)with a Master in Education specializes in Curriculum and Instructions. Students learn through Chinese classes, caligraphy, plays, and songs plus many other organized Chinese festivals in Washington and Milwaukee Counties.

    We also have other experience teachers in our school.

US Version Chinese World Journal(Chinese version) wrote an article on our
2012 North American Chinese Cultural Camp.
Click Here for the above article

    Washington County's Daily Newspaper wrote articles about North American Chinese School on June 19, 2008, Nov 28, 2009 and Dec 11, 2009. We will like to thank Washington County's Daily Newspaper for its support.
Click Here for the above article

    North American Chinese School will have a number of sessions in the Fall 2013 Semester. The new Fall Courses start from Sept, 2013 to Jan, 2014. We are conducting our Summer 2013 session.



For tuition and further details, please click at Application Form Below and e-mail us back.
Application Form

    If other time or day work for your children, please e-mail shihchen@northamericanchineseschool.com. We will re-arrange the suitable time for our parents and Adults.

    North American Chinese School had our 1st 2011 North American Chinese Cultural Camp from August 15 to August 19, 2011 at Green Tree School. With the strong support from parents, students, counselors from UW-Madison and Rutger University, volunteers and teachers from Milwaukee, and West Bend School District, our 2011 North American Chinese Cultural Camp introduced Lion dances, Ribbon dances, Fan & Flag dances, Chinese Yo-yo, Martial Arts plus Caligraphy, Chinese Chess, Language and Chinese Painting. Our students came from Green Bay, Brown Deer, Brookfield, Florida, Shanghai, and West Bend. All of our students worked and trained very hard and learned many different lessons in this 5-day quality camp. The last day, all students have to perform to parents, teachers, the public and the principal of Green Tree School.

    The government of Taiwan sponsored 2 professional trained teachers with both national and internation awards in dancing, sports, and Chinese Yo-yo, Chinese dancing fans, ribbons, Chinese Yo-yo, masks, drums, and other tools. The Taiwanese government further gave aways bags of souvenirs to all students who attended this wonderful Chinese Cultural Camp. Not only our parents and audience recognized the first class quality education provided by the Taiwanese government and North American Chinese School, but also recognized the importance of Chinese culture, language and norms in today's ever changing world. We received great complements from parents and our local community for this wonderful event.

    Our goal was not only to give all students great happy memories in this 2011 Chinese cultural camp but also to understand the importance of diversity, hardwork, teamwork and persistency. We further wanted to give thanks to West Bend School District, School Board, Whitefish Bay Kung Fu Club, Daily News, Chris the custodian manager, Jonathan Kirn, Principal Katie Weyer of Green Tree School, and Superintendent Ted Neitzke for their great support.

    Our 2012 Chinese Cultural Camp was also a great success. We have 30 plus students and have a 300 plus audience from City of West Bend, government officials from Madison, US Military, parents, teachers and students from different universities, and the top officials from government of Taiwan.

    Come and join us for next year's 2014 North American World Cultural Summer Camp. All potential students and parents are welcome to visit North American Chinese School.
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   Reasons to pick up Chinese
   a) Chinese is the most spoken language in the World.
   b) Chinese language and culture are interesting and fun.
   c) Chinese language is widely used in Global
        Trade.
   d) The Knowledge of Diversity & Globalization begins in
        language.
   e) Gateway to Global Opportunities


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