Peninsula Hanaro Korean School

Peninsula Hanaro Korean School
PO Box 6623
Newport News, VA 23606

english Korean

About Peninsula Hanaro Korean School

Hanaro Korean School is a school that teaches Korean language and culture to anyone who is interested in learning about all things Korean. The school is held on Saturday mornings at Christopher Newport University in Newport News VA. Hanaro Korean School is a federally approved non profit organization funded by individual and public donations, which tries to address the needs of Korean Americans to understand the importance of their Korean heritage and to retain their pride in that cultural heritage. more... 


Upcoming Events: Fall 2015 -2016

 ## Novemebr 21: Brush Writing

 ## November 28: Thanksgiving Holiday: No class

 ## December 5: Regualr classes

 ## December 12: Christmas Party – Movies, pizza and a good time!
      Classes will be held in David Student Center 2nd Floor

 ## December 19: Christmas Holiday – No Classes

 ## December 26: Christmas Holiday – No Classes

 ## January 2, 2016: School resumes – Regular Classes

End of year 2015 2015   End of year 2015 2015
End of Year Ceremony 2015
lunar new year 2015   lunar new year 2015
Lunar New Year 2015
students   first day of 2014-2015
First day of 2014-2015 School
Peninsula Hanaro Korean School General Information

1st semester:
September 12, 2015 through January 23, 2016( 15 weeks)
2nd Semester
January 30, 2016 through May 23, 2016 (15 weeks)
School Hours
Saturdays, 9:30 AM – 12:20 PM (except Holidays)
Christopher Newport University
McMurran Hall 3rd floor
Korean Language, Korean History, Korean Culture
Student Ages:
from 4 years old
Classes Available
Elementary I (1st – 2nd)
Elementary II (3rd – 5th)
Middle School
High school
Korean SAT II class. 
$160 per semester/student
$150 for Second Child
$100 for Third Child
$0 for Fourth child or more. 
To Register, Contact us

Registration Form for 2015-2016


- Hello Hanaro Families!

  We are so excited to start the 2015-2016 school year. Our teachers and staff are eagerly awaiting the arrival of our students!

  We want you to know that our families are a vital part of providing education to our students. We want to work together and encourage you to join us in our school activities.

  We are confident that we are going to have an extraordinary school year. Please let us know how we can help in any way.
Hangeul (Korean Language)

Hangeul was invented by King Sejong in 1446 with assistance from some scholars to give the people an alphabet that was easy to read and write. Throughout the world, there are some 3,000 spoken languages but roughly only 100 alphabets. Among these, only Hangeul was systematically invented without influence from any other language. ... more...