KACS prides itself in hosting many cultural events that help to preserve and promote the heritage and collective identity of Korean Americans.
Each year, KACS hosts the First Full Moon Festival, Parents Day, Chuseok Festival, and Arts Festival, where nearly 2,000 guests of all ages attend annually.
KACS has always been dedicated toward encouraging civic engagement for Korean-American immigrants because we believe such activities lead to whole, self-sufficient, and rewarding lives in America.
In addition, KACS regularly offers a Citizenship English Class which reviews basic U.S. history to prepare students for the U.S. citizenship test and to help with an application form.
Our Co-op Preschool Program fulfills a vital role in our long-term vision of establishing vertical integration of the entire Korean-American community, young and old, into the KACS family. We aim to provide a supportive setting to our toddlers that promote creativity and social interaction with their peers. Some activities include singing, dancing, and arts & crafts.