• Weekly Update

    It is now week 11 and class goes from 9:30 to 11:30. This is the final week before spring break! This means that there will be no class on 4/8 and 4/15. There has been an update regarding the end of the year picnic: We will have a bounce house and other games for the kids as well as a food truck. We look forward to celebrating the school year on 5/6. We wish all a great spring break!

  • Weekly Update

    It is now week 10 and class goes from 9:30 to 11:30. Congratulations to everyone who competed in last week’s competitions and tests. There are only 2 more weeks until Spring Break! A fun making event will be held after the break.

  • Weekly Update

    Week 9 is here! Classes go from 9:30-11:30 but it will not be a typical class. The Word Recognition Competition will take place in the POD for students from classes K1-M3. The YCT/HSK mock test will be held for students from classes U1 and U2. All results will be shared at 11am during the awards meeting in the POD. Please encourage your students to study! We wish all of the students competing the best of luck! For the future: there will be no classes on 4/8 and 4/15 for spring break.

  • Weekly Update

    It is now week 8 and classes go from 9:30 – 11:30. Next week is competition day so encourage the students to prepare! On Saturday, March 18th, the Word Recognition Contest and HSK/YCT mock tests will be held. Students will go to class as usual in the morning and K1-M3 classes will be taken out individually to compete in the Word Recognition Contest. The U1 and U2 classes will take the YCT/HSK tests in their respective classrooms. All results will be shared at the awards meeting at 11am. Good luck to all competing!

  • Weekly Update

    This week is week 7 and class starts and ends at normal times: 9:30 – 11:30. Thank you to all who bought our Chinese baked goods last week! We earned $197 for Word Recognition, YCT, and HSK testing prizes! Keep in mind that in 2 weeks, Saturday, March 18th, the word Recognition will take place in the POD and every class from K1 to M3 will be brought out separately to compete. The U1 and U2 classes will be taking a mock YCT/HSK test in their own rooms. All results for these tests will be released at 11am during the awards meeting.

  • Letter from the Principal – Virtual Fall 2021

    Dear Parents, I hope all of you are still enjoying the remainder of summer vacation and hope all of you are healthy and well. I am sorry to inform you that last night, the CCAGP board has decided that the coming fall semester will be on Zoom again due to the seriousness of Delta Variant, hoping we can all return to Radnor Middle School for the spring semester. I am sure all of you can understand this unusual situation. I have been working with our teachers the last few weeks to plan our programs and curriculum for the coming semester. Now we have to return to Zoom again. Even though we are disappointed, all of them […]

  • Spring semester to start 1/16/21

    Please register for the virtual spring semester

  • Please register now for Fall 2020

    Dear Parents, I hope this email finds you and your families healthy and safe. Last Friday, we held our final Ding Hao Online Summer Camp class, and I feel very proud of our students’ dedication and effort this summer to attending online summer classes. I am very grateful for your continued support of Ding Hao as we made the successful transition into online Chinese language and culture learning. I am excited to see new and familiar faces return to Ding Hao, as we continue classes online for the fall semester. Please note that registration for Ding Hao’s fall semester is officially open. Fall semester classes will start on Saturday, September […]

  • Letter from the Principal: 2020 Plans Due to Covid-19 Restrictions

    Dear Parents, This Friday will be the last class of the first session of our virtual summer camp. Next Monday, we’ll start our second session. This is the first time in 20 years that we only see each other over zoom. We miss seeing all the campers and teachers having fun together indoors and outdoors. We are so encouraged by many campers who live as far away as Seattle, California, Boston, New York, New Jersey, and Texas joining us this year.  I am looking forward to meeting some of the new campers joining us next week, as well as sharing stories with teachers and parents. I just talked to Dr. Harrison […]

  • A letter from our SAC President

    I hope this letter finds you well and safe.  As the school year is now over, we wanted to thank all parents for the patience shown throughout this past semester.  As a parent myself, I was so excited to see that my children were still able to continue their Chinese during quarantine.  I am sure you would agree, those couple of hours of free time were also nice.  We are so proud of our teachers, who quickly adapted to zoom and prepared lessons that continued our high standard of education in Ding Hao.  Also, wanted to acknowledge the continued work of Principal Mrs. Betty Foo, who created new lesson plans, […]