Chess is very popular in the college and numbers playing the game continue to grow. There are many reasons why young adolescents and children should play chess whether it be for the social aspect, the competitive nature or just for fun. Chess can elevate creativity, develop perspective, and careful contemplation and planning — is one of the cognitive health benefits of playing chess.
The chess club meets every Tuesday after school in room G-27 and is open to all ages and experience levels. Chess may be played in the library at break and lunch as well. The college has an extremely successful record over the years winning many trophies for team and individual competitions.