New East West Academy

Discover a world of growth and strategy for your child through our Chess Class. Designed for all skill levels, this program is a stepping stone to success.

The Chess Journey Starts Here:

At New East West Academy, we recognize the profound benefits of chess for children. Studies consistently show that chess enhances math, physics, and independent research skills, while fostering concentration and logical thinking. Our structured approach guides students through different levels, emphasizing theoretical knowledge and practical strength. From correct gameplay and logical thinking to an appreciation for chess beauty, we aim to instill key skills. Our curriculum progresses from openings to endgames, ensuring students master all facets of chess, including accurate calculations and strategic planning. Our instruction demystifies positional analysis, empowering students to evaluate positions logically and methodically, covering elements like development, mobility, pawn structure, and more.


  • Chess Benefits for Children:

    • Improves math, physics, and independent research skills.
    • Develops concentration and logical thinking.
  • Academic Progression at New East West Academy:

    • Levels guide students from beginner to advanced.
    • Each level requires theoretical knowledge and practical strength.
    • Emphasis on appropriate material study for each level.
  • Coaching Objectives at New East West Academy:

    • Teaches correct chess play.
    • Encourages logical thinking and self-critique.
    • Instills an appreciation for the beauty of chess ideas.
  • Endgame Mastery:

    • Goes beyond mere opening theory and middle-game strategy.
    • Focuses on superior endgame skills.
  • Skill Development at New East West Academy:

    • Advances from tactical expertise to overall strategic planning.
    • Demystifies positional analysis for logical and methodical evaluation.
  • Key Chess Elements Covered:

    • Development, mobility, and control of the center.
    • Consideration of positions of the kings.
    • Evaluation of weak and strong squares.
    • Understanding of pawn structure and majorities.
    • Utilization of open files, among other strategic elements.
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