S.K. Lee Academy – Chinese Language School

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The Chinese Cultural Centre Chinese School of Greater Vancouver was established in 1981.  At our school, highly qualified teachers are employed and structured course materials are used. We are currently running over 300 classes, conducted in Cantonese or Mandarin.  Our school offers different levels of Chinese courses, including preschool, kindergarten, elementary, secondary, and advanced studies. Besides, other classes like art, calligraphy, and singing classes are also provided at our school. It is the best-organized Chinese school in British Columbia. 

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, both online and in-person options of classes are available at our school, therefore students are able to choose the class delivery option based on their needs.

 In addition, our school has Spring Camp, Summer Camp, and Summer Chinese classes during the Spring Break and Summer Holiday to offer students opportunities to learn while they play and gain personal growth from learning. 

Teaching Methodology  – We use both traditional and innovative teaching techniques to improve our students’ abilities in reading, writing, listening, and speaking Chinese.  This has greatly helped our students excel in all their coursework.  Our students have won many awards in open examinations over the past years. 

Our teachers provide in-depth analysis of all course content.  It is aimed to help our young people build their self-esteem and become diligent students.  We also encourage our students to participate in extra-curricular activities while constantly working to increase their interest in learning Chinese.  Our course materials are very practical and applicable in everyday life.  We strive to emphasize Chinese culture and the value of multiculturalism.


The article was first published by Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Vancouver 


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