Chess Lesson Services for Adults
Chess NYC offers the highest quality of Chess Instruction in New York City. Through extensive research and tested teaching methods, handpicked and trained faculty, and a commitment to excellence, every student receives appropriate instruction based on their individual needs. Chess NYC students range in ages from 4 – 104 and their chess needs range accordingly. Chess NYC boasts students, first being introduced to chess, as well as Experts and Masters looking to gain an edge in tournament competition…Along with everything else in between! At Chess NYC the emphasis is on (chess) fun and growth! Our lesson services are outlined below but be sure to ask about our Citywide Classes, Lectures and Competitions, too: Featured Coaches
* Also Chess NYC Grandmaster Coaching
Instruction in the comfort of the student’s home, or convenience of the office, sessions run approximately 1 hour and can be scheduled weekly, bi weekly, or on a “per session” basis. Curriculum is according to the student’s appropriate level and additional “home” work is assigned to reinforce and extend the lesson.
Lessons are scheduled with all level instructors in a private area of the Village Chess Shop Academy. Sessions run approximately 1 hour and can be scheduled weekly, bi weekly, or on a “per session” basis. Curriculum is according to the student’s appropriate level and additional “home” work is assigned to reinforce and extend the lesson.
Chess Buddy Tutoring creates affordability ALL ages and levels of chess instruction. Originally designed for groups of 3/4 friends and competitive Teams who wish to learn and progress together, Chess Buddies has evolved into one of our most effective, social chess learning tools. Curriculum is developed for the appropriate level of the group. Group play and competition, further allows the group to grasp learned concepts together. Sessions can take place at the student’s home or at the Village Chess Shop Academy.
“The instructors were knowledgeable, engaging, and connected with the students. The abstract and critical thinking skills that the class elicited were extraordinary. The most impressive part was that the kids had fun learning and playing chess."
- Middle School Director, UWS