Licensed by the Department of Early Education and Care

After school Hours Extended to 6:30 p.m.

Accepting Massachusetts Education & Childcare Vouchers

English, Math & Standardized Test Preps on Weekends

Our Mission

We dedicate 

our minds to learning and sharing the history and culture of the Chinese heritage, 

our hearts to embrace all youths, and 

our service to help children of immigrant families to become contributing American citizens.

Register for Our Programs

KKCS Afterschool Program

You may register any time from August to May. Please note that we have a waiting list for some of our classes, and students are taken in at a first-come-first served basis.

  • Homework supervision and tutorial
  • Enrichment classes in English, math, science, and social studies
  • Preparation for standardized tests: PARCC, MCAS
  • Special Program for ISEE preparation
  • English Writing Workshop
  • Beginning Mandarin
  • Friday activity clubs: Table Tennis, Lion Dance, Dance, Choir, Robotics, Arts and Crafts

KKCS Weekend Academy for Language and Culture

We accept students into our Chinese Language Program before November 1 of each school year. Students are welcome to join our Culture Program at any time. Our Weekend Academy now offers standardized test preps and English/Math classes both on Saturdays and on Sundays.

  • Chinese Language, History and Culture
  • English and math skills tutorial
  • ELL tutorials
  • Preparation for standardized tests:
  • Arts and Culture: Yangqin (Chinese dulcimer), Guzheng (Chinese zither), Drumming, Violin, Musical Theater, Dance, Lion Dance, Studio Art for Young Children, Watercolor and Sketching, Chinese Painting and Calligraphy
  • Supervised lunch hour


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KKCS is a 501(c)(3) non profit. Your donation helps us to continue our goal to help children of immigrant families to become contributing American citizens.


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Meet Our Head of School

Native to Hong Kong and educated in the United States, Dr. Felicia Tsang graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), did her graduate studies at Dartmouth College and Boston University, and worked as a research scientist in the Harvard Medical School. Dr. Tsang began her extensive work in K-12 education in 1986. In the United States, Dr. Tsang was engaged in many innovative programs funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) and NASA. Her publications included research reports, text books, teacher’s guides, and lab manuals. Working with Professor Charles Kao, Dr. Tsang returned to Hong Kong in 2002, when she developed school plans and later served as the founding principal of The Independent Schools Foundation Academy. From 2006 to 2012, Dr. Tsang was an integral member of LEAD, a collaborative project with The Chinese University of Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups, and MIT’s Media Lab; she served as the principal project consultant for LEAD Creative Class until her return to serve as the principal of Kwong Kow Chinese School in August of 2012.


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