|Information about Colorado's scholastic chess clubs. Please send email to email@example.com with any new information about your club, such as changes in meeting times or locations.|
Academy International Elementary Chess Club different age groups meet on different days. Sponsor: Lucy Westenburg. Ages: K - 5th attending Academy Int'l Elementary D-20, 8550 Charity Dr. Colorado Springs, CO 80920
Chess Academy of Denver Run by National Master Todd Bardwick in Southeast Denver and the Denver Tech Center area. Year-round instruction, summer camps, workshops, small group lessons, private lessons, monthly tournaments, and chess educational resources. 303-770-6696 www.ColoradoMasterChess.com
Chessmates Practices Mondays and Thursdays from 5:00pm-6:30pm at 4825 S Lemay Fort Collins Colorado. Coaches are chess master Zachary Bekkedahl and candidate master Brad Lundstrom. There is a beginner and an advanced group. Cost is $50 per month. Instruction every class as well as lots of practice focusing on playing in tournaments and improving.For more information go to www.chessmatesFC.com Chessmates also offers private lessons and Chess tournaments.
The Colorado Chess Center in Littleton meets every Thursday evening from 6 - 9 PM for free casual chess. We are located in Littleton at 9032 W. Ken Caryl Ave., Suite A-3 next to the Summit Adult Day Care Center. We also offer small group chess instruction, summer camps and special Saturday events for scholastic players. Please visit our website at www.coloradochesscenter.com or contact Ann Davies (303) 956-3933 for more information.
Denver Chess League is a team competition between Denver and Boulder area schools. Click on the link for a complete crosstable of results and standings.
Golden High School Chess Club meets during "access" 3 days a week, and we still play occasional matches with the boys at Lookout Mtn. Detention Center. We have approximately 12 members. We play some of our scholastic matches at Barnes & Noble at Denver West. Sponsors: Becky Crozier 303-982-4204 and Chris Colucci 303-982-4289. Our President is Clinton King.
Rocky Mountain Chess Club has worked in conjunction with Wendell Derritt to sponsor scholastic chess events in Colorado Springs for over two years. Dedicted to continued excellence in chess instruction, and organization with proceeds going to school chess clubs. For more information, contact Lee Simmons at 719-634-1144, or e-mail Chesslee@att.net.
WIZ-KIDS Chess Club - Lakewood Club includes in-depth lessons taught by Coach Rowan Tate who has been teaching chess professionally for 10 years. Students get lots of 1-on-1 & direct feedback and instruction as well as game-time. Held on TUESDAYS, 5:00 – 6:30pm at Colorado Adventure Point, 10455 West 6th Avenue, Lakewood. Goes year-round, with exceptions. Contact Rowan at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 720-431-1008 before coming. Visit www.WIZ-KIDS.org for more information!
WIZ-KIDS Chess Club - Superior In-depth lessons taught by Coach Rowan Tate who has been teaching chess professionally for 10 years. Students get lots of 1-on-1 & direct feedback and instruction. Held on FRIDAYS, 5:00 – 6:30pm at Rocky Mtn. Fire Station: 2701 S Indiana St, Louisville, CO. Goes year-round, with exceptions. Contact Rowan at email@example.com or call 720-431-1008 before coming. Visit www.WIZ-KIDS.org for more information!
Summit School of Chess Club - K-12, Small Group Lessons for Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced levels. Beginning Wednesdays beginning February 6th, 2013 from 6:15 PM - 8:30 PM, Located at our home 68 E 108th Pl Northglenn, CO 80233. Supervision will be given by my wife and I. Parents are welcome and encouraged to stay for the duration of chess club. Two groups available at this time. Group 1 arrives at 6:15 PM and has lesson until 7:00 PM. At 7:00 Group 2 arrives and both Group 1 and 2 play chess together. At 7:45 PM Group 1 leaves and Group 2 has lesson until 8:30 PM. Please call me at 720-243-1450 for more information. Check out our website at www.summitschoolofchess.com. Thanks! - Jesse R Cohen (USCF 2187, FIDE 2261)