Positive Chess offers private chess lessons taught by experienced chess coaches that have passed our private lesson training program. A private chess lesson provides your student a focused one on one learning experience.
Private Lessons are an effective way to learn chess for any student but can be most effective for families who:
Come join Positive Chess for a week of fun!
Students from 2nd grade through 8th grade are invited to join our exciting summer chess fun camp. We combine chess with other exciting activities/games.
Our chess camp provide a great place for students to learn the game of chess and have fun in a positive, safe environment supervised by experienced Positive Chess coaches. These instructors regularly challenge students with new opportunities and concepts, and actively model and promote valuable life skills.
Camps are designed with a low student to coach ratio that allows for a more personalized experience in which to teach chess for kids.
All camps utilize the Positive Chess Curriculum created by USCF Life Master Ramdake Lewis and the Positive Chess curriculum development team. Each day campers are encouraged to engage in critical skills and tactics such as opening principles, middle-game tactics, endgame strategies and more.
2019 Summer Camp was a Success!
Veteran teacher and coach, Ramdake Lewis is a USCF National Chess Life Master. From summer chess camps to school chess clubs Ramdake’s ability to help and mentor is unprecedented. He also coaches individuals who have a hunger to excel in chess.
Steve Iyoha learned chess from his father around the age of 3 and soon became a successful junior player. Over the next 13 years he won various schools & local events. He also had the honor of representing his State in a national tournament playing first board.
Nick Walz is an experienced chess player and chess coach, he always aims to assess his student’s strengths and weaknesses then guides them along a path to maximize their chess potential. From coaching basketball to coaching chess Nick loves to help children grow!
Steve Iyoha chess learned from his father around the age of 3 and soon became a successful junior player. Over the next 13 years he won various schools & local events. He also had the honor of representing his State in a national tournament playing first board.
After giving up competitive chess for his college years, Steve has finally returned back to his favorite hubby and started coaching chess.
Aside from chess, Steve has diverse interests and loves spending time with his family. He is also an experienced Soccer coach and believes that children should be positive and strive to reach their full potential!