Introduction of TAMU Chinese School


TAMU Chinese School has been running for more than 15 years, and is still the only school focusing on teaching kids Chinese in Brazos Valley. Right now, we have 12 Chinese classes, and more than 70 students aging from 4 years old to 13 years old. Our student-teacher ratio is low, and our average class size is four.

All of our virtual classes are sponsored by Brazos Center for Chinese Culture and Education (BCCCE), a non-profit 501c(3) organization. We also offer in-person classes in Texas A&M University Campus and Our Saviour's Lutheran Church (OLSC) before and after pandemic. The in-person classes are co-sponsored by BCCCE, OLSC and Chinese American Association (CAA) from Texas A&M University.


One of our goals is to get more kids to learn Chinese and Chinese culture.

We offer many Chinese classes for kids older than 4, and teach them how to speak, read and write Chinese. Most of the Chinese classes have a 5-10 minutes story-telling section. During the story-telling section, a previously selected student tells a well-prepared story in Chinese.

Besides Chinese classes, we also offer enrichment classes like art, dancing, music, chess, math, computer coding, Lego, and Spelling Bee.