Welcome to Chess Corps

The mission of Chess Corps is to enrich the lives of children, adolescents, and adults, through the development and provision of innovative educational, rehabilitative, and therapeutic chess programs that foster the development of a community of lifelong learners who through knowledge and appreciation of chess demonstrate understanding, compassion, and respect for individual differences. Learn More

Featured Program

2009-2010 tuition information, schedule of events, enrollment information, and syllabus will be available in October 2009. To get a better idea of the structure of the Studio program and the types of activities offered, please click on the links below to view this information from the previous year's program.

Click here to listen to our radio announcement on WCRB

Chess Studio in the Village is a unique program which provides an engaging educational and social environment in chess to individuals of all ages, abilities, and skill levels. The Chess Studio in the Village program offers both competitive and casual play, expert training, team teaching, lectures, multimedia learning tools and equipment, guest presentations, and special events. For the 2009-2010 season Chess Corps is delighted to provide you with a robust resident and adjunct faculty. The Chess Studio in the Village runs from October to May in Brookline Village. Learn More

Special events from previous years have included two weekends of Ice Cream Chess, an Introduction to Chinese Chess, and a Special Guest Lecture given by Albert Yeh, former President of the Harvard Chess Club. For the 2009-2010 Calendar of Special Events at Chess Corps, please check back soon.

  News & Events

Chess Studio Year-End Celebration

May 9, 2010

Chess Corps is hosting its Annual Year-End Celebration on Sunday, May 9th! This event is for Chess Studio members and families only. Click here for details.

For more information about this special event, please contact
(617) 879-9997.

  Join Chess Corps

Chess Corps is a society of teachers, students, families, patrons, and players of all levels and ages who love chess and recognize its potential to improve various aspects of life. By becoming a member of Chess Corps, you are helping Chess Corps to continue its mission to educate, rehabilitate, and enrich the lives of people through promoting the culture of chess.