Chess coaches and clubs finally have the all-in-one supplemental tool for their chess programs that won't break the bank and won't be difficult to implement. For most chess coaches, ChessKid's tools are a necessity, not an option!
The Club Management tools allow for better organization, while the Club Leaderboards inspire motivation for all students to improve.
Report Cards and other tracking tools make your job of measuring and assessing your students progress a breeze, and with all games and activity saved on the site, it's easy to show parents just how much their kids are doing and learning!
ChessKid in schools and clubs in South Dakota:
Our students in Sioux Falls schools like ChessKid even better than bughouse! As soon as the lecture is over they're at the computers playing Fast Chess and solving Puzzles.
As a grandmaster and professional chess coach for more than 20 years, I highly recommend ChessKid's training tools for every chess club and after-school program in the country.
—GM Alex Yermolinsky
Hall of Fame Chess Player, Author, Grandmaster and Coach.
ChessKid and IS 318 in New York:
Chesskid is one of the best instructive websites for kids who love chess. It's easy to navigate, fun, and has lots of instructional content for all levels of player.
—WFM Elizabeth Spiegel
Women's FIDE Master
ChessKid for a lifetime chess instructor:
One of the best things to happen to the game of chess in the 21st century is ChessKid. I am privileged and pleased to be a part of this wonderfully comprehensive and state-of-the-art service.
—NM Bruce Pandolfini
National Master, Renowned Chess Author and Coach.
ChessKid in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Chesskid has been a great tool for the Charlotte Chess Center because it provides our students with all of the resources they need outside of class. With videos and articles written by the best coaches and players, the resources are second to none.
—NM Peter Giannatos
National Master, Professional Chess Coach, and Founder of the Charlotte Chess Center.
Using our parent company, Chess.com, with high school students in Winston-Salem, North Carolina & around the world!
I coach the largest high school chess team in the state of North Carolina: Atkins HS in Winston-Salem, NC. The large number of students poses a challenge, and so learning and playing on the online, interactive Chess.com website became a key part of our program. Recently, as a part of the Sister Cities International organization, we arranged global chess play with students from other "sister cities" around the world. Chess.com makes all of this possible, as students in North Carolina (US), the Bahamas, and Moldova started this global chess initiative. My players love the live play, the online play, the lessons, and the tactical puzzles. I can't thank Chess.com enough for having such an affordable way to build the skills of chess players of all ages and abilities. You can read about our Global Chess Partnership on the Winston-Salem Sister Cities site.
—J. Scott Plaster
Chess Coach, Atkins Academic & Technology High School.