Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, the CCCSA has moved its school enrichment programs online. Despite the fact that we will not by physically present with students, our online infrastructure is set up for interactive learning and play!

Next School-Day Enrichment Session Begins the Week of January 25 - See All Options Below

  • Weekly 1 Hour Class Before/After School

  • Designed with a Learning and Play Period

  • Class Sizes of No More than 14:1 Student/Teacher Ratio

  • Live, Interactive Lessons, Activities, and Games to Increase Social Interaction

  • Scheduled Around School Hours to Maintain Sense of Normalcy for Students and Parents

  • Kid-Safe Platforms to Ensure Smooth, Safe, and Effective Functioning of the Clubs

  • School Specific Chess Clubs to Maintain Peer Interaction and School Spirit

    • We will also have "open chess clubs" for students whose schools do not have formal programs with us and for students who cannot make their schools' scheduled time.​

  • Access to our Database of over 35 Review Videos for Guided Assistance Outside of Class​


The CCCSA is devoted to chess education. Led by masters, our team of instructors are the most highly qualified in the Southeast. Regularly contributing to the advancement of our chess curriculum, our instructors are well equipped to provide the highest quality of chess education.


Our reputation is second to none within the community. Prior to Covid-19, over 40 schools in the Charlotte Metro Area trusted us to provide their students with the highest quality chess program available. In addition to the 2000+ students who typically receive our chess program at school, our Center is home to over 500 members of all ages.

The CCCSA was voted 2019 "Chess Club of the Year" by the United States Chess Federation


For students in schools that have Charlotte Chess Center enrichment programing.


If you received a flyer from school, click the button above to register for your school's chess club.

For students whose school does not have official Charlotte Chess Center enrichment programs


for students who can not make the designated time of their school specific program.