Tenth Annual Intensive Summer Camp Program for Chess Scholars Inc.

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Chess Scholars is adding a new chess camp as it expands its chess programs into new territory.

"I have been to four of the five programs and all your instructors are particularly nice and work great with the children. Thank you so much for a wonderful program!" -Shana Gagliardo, Recreation Coordinator of Franklin Community Education and Recreation.

Chess Scholars is announcing the tenth annual intensive summer camp program. On this important milestone, Chess Scholars is also opening up the 32nd location, and it is in downtown Chicago. This new camp will be held at GEMS World Academy, with three sessions offered throughout the summer. To read more details about it, please check out the post that goes more in-depth about the camp at https://chessscholars.com/gems-chess-camp/.

The chess program has been expanding every year to cover more and more of the Chicago area, and even out into southern Wisconsin and Northern Indiana. "Chess Scholars is seeing so much growth because we have the best curriculum and hire dynamic teachers to bring personality to the camps," said Ilya Korzhenevich, CEO of Chess Scholars.

Using a unique chess curriculum and emphasizing enthusiasm and fun in a structured context, Chess Scholars has been able to grow tremendously over the last ten years. Chess Scholars Chess camp has been a very popular summer program. In some locations it is one of the camps with the most sign-ups.

"I have been to four of the five programs and all your instructors are particularly nice and work great with the children. Thank you so much for a wonderful program," Shana Gagliardo, Recreation Coordinator of Franklin Community Education and Recreation.

Chess Scholars' summer camp flyer is located at https://chessscholars.com/summer-camp-2015. If you have any questions, please contact them for more information at https://chessscholars.com/contact-us/

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