Posts categorized "Scholastics"

US Chess is pleased to announce the recipients of the inaugural Herbert B. Jacklyn Program for chess players between the ages of 18 and 21. The 2021… Read More »
US Chess is excited to announce a new US Chess program that supports affiliates who bring chess to students attending Title I schools. This is due to… Read More »
US Chess has received an anonymous donation of $20,000 to match your gift in supporting at-risk youth during the 2021-2022 academic year. By giving… Read More »
“It is my wish and desire that the United States Chess Federation use this gift to establish a fund in my name and that the income generated… Read More »
The Denker, Haring, Barber, Rockefeller and Irwin tournaments of state champions all found their 2021 winners in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.Read More »
Five invitational events for national championships will deliver new crowns Wednesday, alongside the 121st U.S. Open in Cherry Hill, NJ.Read More »
GM Hans Moke Niemann holds a slight lead in the U.S. Junior Championship, while the Girls Championship is proving a slugfest atop its standings.Read… Read More »
FM Robert Shlyakhtenko annotates two wins by GM Hans Moke Niemann and IM Annie Wang, who lead the U.S. Juniors and Girls Championships after two...… Read More »
The cover story in the June edition of Chess Life Kids was devoted to Tani Adewumi's "making master" on May 1, 2021 at the Fairfield County Chess… Read More »
The 501(c)(3) US Chess Federation and the US Chess Trust are pleased to announce the five recipients of the 2021 Scholar-Chessplayer Awards. These...… Read More »

Share Your Feedback

We recently completed a website update. If you notice a formatting error on this page, please click here.