Scholastic Chess


Attention All Kids! If you are looking for a great way to get your parents off your back for all the
time you spend on video games, then chess is the perfect solution! The thrill, strategy, and competition encountered in video games are very similar to what you will find on the chessboard. You will do battle, set up defense, and achieve victory against impossible odds. But it is not all fun and games. Chess can actually strengthen your most important “muscle” – YOUR BRAIN!! Chess is one of the few activities that utilize both the right and left side of the brain. It is well documented that children who play and study chess regularly experience improvement in school performance — and this will certainly please your parents. Chess is fun, chess is exciting, and chess will help you develop sportsmanship, character, and problem solving abilities.
We hope to see you at the club and perhaps at one of our upcoming tournaments. Follow the link HERE to get all the information about our next Scholastic Chess

Tournament History & Registration
Tournament’s History:
The Greensboro Scholastic Tournament is a 5-round, one-day event that began in April of 2016 and is held every other month. One of the largest and most successful one-day events in the Southeast, this tournament attracts young energetic players from North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and Georgia. The tournament is only open to scholastic players (K-12) with a USCF rating of 1000 or less. USCF membership available for purchase onsite.
Please register in advance at our Online registration form.
Credit Card/PayPal are accepted for pre-registrations online.
Only cash or checks will be accepted on site!! Register early and save money! Pre-registration deadline is 9:00 pm the day before the event. On-site registration is from 9:00am – 9:45am on the day of the event. Arrive On Time!!
The “UNCG Alumni Association” at Alumni House, which is located at 404 College Avenue, Greensboro, NC 27412.
Behind the Weatherspoon Art Museum (off Tate St, right near the Spring Garden intersection)
Food: Lots of Restaurants on Tate Street and Spring Garden Street.