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Kellogg Chess Club (Gr. 6-8)


Youth Enrichment / Middle School After-School Activities & Sports -
2022-2023 Middle School

Chess is as popular as ever. New players continuously join the game, inspired by streamers like GMHikaru (Hikaru Nakamura) and media like The Queen's Gambit. If you want to learn how to play chess or how to improve your game, Kellogg has local experts who are excited to help you. We are proud to welcome Roy Truelson and Dennis Mays, experienced chess players and board members of Rochester Chess. Learn more at rochesterchess.com.

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If our online registration website prompts you to join a waitlist, please still register for the activity! There are often openings available. We may need extra time to communicate with instructors and students. There is no charge for being on the waitlist.

Rochester Chess

Mission Statement
Rochester Chess is a 501(c)(3) educational non-profit organization dedicated to providing a safe and inclusive environment for youth and adults to play chess and to receive chess instruction. In particular, Rochester Chess is committed to improving academic performance and self-esteem of underserved youth in our community.

Vision Statement
A vision of Rochester Chess is to see youth in our community succeed in academics and life by being

  • Analytic thinkers
  • Motivated learners
  • Critical problem solvers


Values Statement
Chess aids in the learning of critical thinking such as planning, cause and effect relationships, pattern recognition, and research. These are key skills for success in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics).

5176.101 KE Full
Kellogg Middle School : Rm 223
Thursdays, Sep 15 - Nov 10
2:55 - 5:10 PM

  No Class Oct 20


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Grades   6th - 8th

Price: $ 0 00

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