Welcome to Lincoln Chinese Cultural Association

The Lincoln Chinese Cultural Association (LCCA) is a non-profit organization in Lincoln Nebraska. It is committed to providing social, civic and community educational services to its members and the broader Lincoln community. It strives to promote Chinese cultural heritage and mutual understanding among all races and ethnic groups in the community.

Join LCCA! Our events are largely supported by membership fees, $20 for a family membership and $10 for an individual. We also welcome donations, which are tax deductible. Membership fee and donations can be mailed to LCCA, 9305 Ravenwood Lane, Lincoln, NE 68526 along with your name, home address and email.

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LCCA Lincoln Chinese Academy – Summer School Registration Starts Now

Summer courses registration of LCCA Lincoln Chinese Academy starts NOW, please register by submitting the online form at:
 
 
林肯华协中文学校暑期班将于六月四日开课, 网上报名正式启动, 请在线提交以上报名表完成注册. 期待大家踊跃报名, 也希望大家为华协中文学校广为宣传, 谢谢!
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Please Vote For Logo and Mascot of Lincoln Chinese Academy

Please Vote For Logo and Mascot of Lincoln Chinese Academy Link to Vote: https://goo.gl/forms/hQb7bHAWTFY9GRUM2 华协中文学校校徽及吉祥物的票选活动开始了!!! 首先感谢所有参加的大朋友,小朋友,及家长们。 截至4月22日,我们一共收到了二十余份参选作品,请您於五月四日之前帮学校选出您心目中的最佳作品。我们将于五月七日下午的说明会上公布结果。

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LCCA Fundraising for Lincoln Chinese Academy & Education Programs

Over the past fifteen years, Lincoln Chinese Cultural Association has been dedicated to promoting Chinese culture and providing a variety of community services. To ensure quality education of Chinese language and introduce Chinese culture to the communities, LCCA has established a Chinese school, Lincoln Chinese Academy. By combining the local Chinese community and resources, we believe we can create an education program with the highest quality possible for the community.

Lincoln Chinese Academy is offering six levels of Chinese language classes from Level 1/First Grade to Level 6/Six Grade and above. The levels are decided by the language proficiency, yet also take the age of the student into consideration. In order to better serve the Chinese visiting scholars, LCA also offers English classes for the children of the visiting scholars helping the children with a smooth transition to the English-speaking schools. Learning a language is not only just about the language itself, but also the culture around it. Therefore, in addition to the regular language lessons, there are several enrichment classes, such as chess, dance, singing, art, and calligraphy etc.

Lincoln Chinese Academy, as well as other cultural and educational programs, is largely supported by donor contributions. LCCA welcomes the donation of all sizes to close the gap between tight budget and the program’s needs. Your contribution will directly impact the experience of our services to the communities. Because of you, LCCA has made the greatest community service possible. For that, we offer our sincere thanks!

Please check out our kids’ design of School Logo and Mascot at http://www.thelcca.org/photo/?aid1=1187125718082869

LCCA is registered with the IRS as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. All donations are tax deductible. We have three ways to donate. Please refer to http://www.thelcca.org/donate

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Lincoln Chinese Academy – Let’s Draw Together & Public Information Meeting

Please mark your calendar for the upcoming events of Lincoln Chinese Academy! 1) Let’s Draw Together – Designing the School Logo and Mascot Have you worried where to spend the time as LPS has this Friday off? Come to join … Continue reading

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LCCA announces the establishment of the Lincoln Chinese Academy

LCCA hereby announces the official establishment and upcoming registration to the LINCOLN CHINESE ACADEMY. Since 2016, many Chinese families in the Lincoln community have requested the establishment of a local quality Chinese school. Since this time, LCCA has organized a … Continue reading

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