Delaware Chun Hui Chinese School
1313 Little Baltimore Rd
Hockessin, DE 19707
Class Hour: Sat 1 - 6pm
Voice Mail: (919) 964-0591
Founded in September 1996 initially with 43 students, the Delaware Chun Hui Chinese School has now grown to be the largest Chinese school in the State of Delaware with more than 300 students. By exposing our students to the Chinese language and culture through a rich and fun curriculum, the school contributes to their intellectual, cultural, and ethical development in a global and diverse society.
春晖中文学校成立于一九九六年九月。学校由最初的43名学生，到现在拥有300多名学生，已经发展成为特拉华州最大的中文学校。通过丰富和生动的课 程，寓教于乐的教学方法，让以英语为母语的学生们有学习中文，了解中国文化的机会； 同时也促进了他们的才智、文化和道德的发展。
The Chinese School is the educational subsidiary of the Delaware Chinese American Association (DCAA). As outlined in the Operation Rules – First State Chun Hui Chinese School, the operation of the Chinese School is directed by the School Council and administered by the school administration staff, with oversight from the DCAA Board of Directors.
The School Council reviews and approves major school strategic plans and initiatives, school policies, operation procedures, annual school budget and spending, and other matters important to school development. The Council also provides recommendation for the nomination or termination of the School Principal to the DCAA Board of Directors and obtains its approval.
The school administrative staff includes the School Principal, Assistant Principal(s), and School Manager. They administrate day-to-day operation of the school: curricular development, instructional activities and management, student registration, student activities, school logistics, academic programs, teachers’ administration and professional development, and public relations. The administrative staff maintains and reports the school’s budget, finance and administrative decisions to school council.
A Parent Teacher Association (PTA), joined by more than a dozen volunteer parents, also assists the school administrative staff in managing school logistics and some students affairs.