New Hope Learning Center is honored to partner with many respected local organizations.
Yinghua International School
YingHua International School is a progressive, innovative and diverse co-educational, non-profit, private, independent, international day school, located just outside Princeton in the small town of Kingston, NJ, that inspires students in the Early Learning (age 2) through Eighth Grade program to reach their individually unique potential through an Inquiry- Based classroom environment which employs the International Baccalaureate (IB) program and Chinese subject content and cultural acquisition.
New Hope runs a Chinese enrichment program at Yinghua Internation school.
Princeton Montessori School
Princeton Montessori School was founded in 1968 and is an independent, coeducational day school dedicated to the highest quality education of children, from infancy through middle school, according to the values and principles of the Montessori philosophy.
New Hope runs the ""Chinese Idiom Story & Culture" enrichment program at Princeton Montessori School, click here for more details.
Berwin Art Education Center - offer with range of Chinese Transnational Dance genres classes to WWP. Learning, sharing and spreading the thousands years rich history and art from of the Chinese dance will promote the development and appreciation of Chinese culture. the address is 4 Market Street Suite #800, Plainsboro, NJ 08536 Tel# 908-800-1318
Giocoso String - The Giocoso String Program specializes in teaching violin and viola to students 4 years old through High School. For the youngest Violin/Viola Students with Suzuki Method. https://www.giocosostrings.com/giocoso/
Jen Aqua School - a swimming school dedicated to providing world class swimming instruction to swimmers of all levels.
WangLei International Fencing Club(WFLC) - it was founded by Lei Wang - China's first Men's Fencing Olympic Medalist. Lei Wang won the silver medal at the 2004 Athens Summer Olympics. He also won the Gold Medal in the 2006 Turin World Fencing Championship. WFLC and its coaches are committed to cultivating excellent athletes by integrating Chinese and Western culture for the purpose of learning, developing, and enjoying the art of fencing.