The Nashville Chinese School




更 新 日 期: 二一四年九月十九日    Updated on September 19, 2014



Cultural classes will be cancelled this Saturday, September 20th.   Students will participate in various hands-on calligraphy activities, followed by light refreshments (i.e. moon cakes, fruit cups, and drinks) in the gym.  Parents are welcomed to join this special Mid-Autumn Festival Celebration (11:30am to 12:15pm).  Activity locations are as follows:


·         Room 303 - Display and introduction of calligraphy set (文房四寶遊覽: 介紹, 展示, 詞彙)

·         Room 301 - Presentation on evolution of Chinese characters (奇妙中文字: 演變, 字體)

·         Rotunda/Cafeteria - Hands-on sand/water calligraphy for younger students (小小書法家: 沙寫+水寫)

·         Room 300/Art Room - Hands-on calligraphy for middle and upper level students (我是書法家: 墨寫)


Dismissal will be from the gym at 12:15pm.  


Upcoming Events:

  • Vocabulary/Phrases Competition (識字比賽).  On October 11th, students will participate in the annual vocabulary/phrases competition during cultural class time.  Students will be entered into the competition according to their language class level.  Our students have always enjoyed this event as they feel a sense of accomplishment knowing they have learned so many words/phrases and used them properly.  Students should have received information from their teachers on “words to know” prepared in Quizlet links.  This event is partially supported by the Culture Center of TECO in Atlanta (亞特蘭大華僑文教服務中心).

大 納 城 中 文 學 校 簡 介


納城中文學校是美國聯邦政府 認可的一個非營利組織,於1987年由一群熱 心公益的華人為傳承優美的中華文 化、語言而成立。最初僅有二十 多個學生和六、七個由家長兼任的義務教師,如今則有一百多個學生、二十多個教 師,加上無數的義務工作者協助推動校務。本校秉承「四海一家」的創校宗旨,不論政治、宗教、種 族等背景,全部一視同仁,以促進中華文化與祖先優良傳統之目標共同努力。


About Nashville Chinese School

The Nashville Chinese School (NCS), established in 1987, is a federally recognized non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. NCS's mission is to enrich our community by providing Chinese language classes as well as arts and culture classes to children and adults in the Greater Nashville area. We take great pride in providing a nourishing, diverse learning environment for students of all ethnic backgrounds. Currently, over 100 students attend NCS classes on Saturday mornings at the H.G. Hill Middle School. Our semesters follow the Nashville Metropolitan Public School calendar.