The Lehigh Valley Chinese School (LVCS) was founded over 40 years ago by a small group of Chinese families from Taiwan for the purpose of having their children preserve their homeland’s language. The school is a member of the Association of Chinese Schools (ACS)
, and a registered non-profit organization.
Our aim is to provide the next generation of Chinese people and the wider community Chinese teaching, and the introduction and promote Chinese culture.
With the help of dedicated teachers and families, LVCS has grown and now offers Chinese classes ranging from the pre-K to the eleventh grade levels, and KickStart & bi-lingual classes. Our school meets on Sunday afternoons, and specializes in the teaching of the traditional Chinese language using the Zhuyin phonetic system.
With small class sizes, dedicated teachers, and a convenient location in the West End of Allentown, we invite you to join us to learn and explore the traditional Chinese language.
On April 18, 1993 the Senate of Pennsylvania issued a plague in celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Lehigh Valley Chinese School. The mayors of Allentown, Bethlehem, and Eastor also announced a Three City Proclamation to proclaimed that this day as the 20th Anniversary of the Lehigh Valley Chinese School Celebration day in the Lehigh Valley.