|There are 9 sections of this class|
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Resident: 08/20/2018 @ 12:00A - 12/31/2018 @ 12:00A
Non-Resident: 08/27/2018 @ 12:00A - 12/31/2018 @ 12:00A
|Ages:||6 years to under 16 years|
|Open to These Grades:||N/A|
|Holiday Dates:||11/20/2018, 11/21/2018|
Enrolled: (11), Max Count: (25), Min Count: (5)
Karate for Youth- Intro Fees: $114.00 (Required)
Applicable discounts not applied and Taxes included in price.
Sections 01-03: Designed strictly for new students and current white belts. Our program of the martial arts is an "education-based" curriculum; where character building, leadership skills, goal setting and constant and never ending improvement all play vital roles. This means that in addition to learning traditional techniques of the martial arts, children are also taught the importance of respect, self-confidence, self-esteem and anger management. We strive to provide each student with a positive image on how they behave in the dojo (training hall), home and school. The introduction program is designed to prepare each student for their yellow belt training, so that they can further their martial arts training in our year round colored belts program. Students are allowed to sign up for more than one night to advance their training if desired. For more information visit www.creightonmartialarts.com.
Sections 04-09: This advanced martial arts for kids program is a continuation of training after completion of Level I introduction to the martial arts for children program. Students signing up for this program must have already achieved their yellow belt in Goshin Jutsu. After building a basic foundation of the martial arts in the introduction program, students in the advanced program are seeking to further their training by learning different colored belt requirements within the curriculum. The main emphasis in this program is to focus on the concept of "constant and never ending improvement". It is our goal to help students follow through to the rank of black belt and eventually advanced study in the adult curriculum. For more information visit www.creightonmartialarts.com.