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Chess - it's more than a game.

Championship Chess® specializes in scholastic chess offering chess classes, instruction and a complete curriculum designed to teach chess to children.



"Chess is a gymnasium of the mind." - Blaise Pascal

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Winter 2019 Beginner/ Intermediate club.  Participants experience strategy, challenge games and free play with an emphasis on each chess piece and its relationship to other pieces.  Sportmanship and etiquette also emphasized.  Ages 6-10 with some prior knowledge of chess.  Held weekly for 8 weeks, Fridays, $10/class, 4-5 pm at Cameron Village Library.  Begins January 18.  Space is limited!  

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Free workshop: Friday, March 8, 4:00-6:00 pm at Roanoke Rapids Public Library.  Click to Print flyer.

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Winter 2019 Renaissance Montessori club.  Participants experience strategy, challenge games and guided play with an emphasis on each chess piece and its relationship to other pieces.  Sportmanship and etiquette also emphasized.  Ages 4-6 with some or little prior exposure to chess.  Held weekly for 10 weeks, Tuesdays after school, $12/class.  Begins January 15, register today!  

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 Snickerdoodles Creative Play Space & Cafe  On Thursday, March 28 at 4:30 pm, this parent-child class will have participants trying new activities on the chess board to reinforce concepts and strategies.  This class gives confidence to both parent and child!   Register today! 


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Championship Chess of Raleigh specializes in scholastic chess. We offer clubs, classes, tournaments, instruction and a complete curriculum designed especially to teach children the best way to learn and gain the academic and intellectual benefits of chess..

Chess builds logical thinking skills and improves problem-solving. Whatever tools you need, Championship Chess has them all

"Chess teaches foresight, by having to plan ahead; vigilance, by having to keep watch over the whole chessboard; caution, by having to restrain ourselves from making hasty moves; and finally, we learn from chess the greatest maxim in life—that even when everything seems to be going badly for us we should not lose heart, but always hoping for a change for the better, steadfastly continue searching for the solutions to our problems.  "
-Benjamin Franklin

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