How do I sign up?
Come to class 10 minutes early or contact the instructor through the website, Facebook page or by phone.
Can I "try before I buy"?
Yes, the first two classes are free. Most prospective students know after the first class if they will like it or not.
How much does it cost? Is there a family discount?
The first two classes are free to try.
Where do classes meet?
At Hamlin Assembly of God, the round church just north of Hamlin Corners. Class meets in the fellowship hall. Enter from the side door (near the basketball hoop) then turn left at the open hall door.
When do classes meet?
Every Tuesday from 6 to 6:45 PM for elementary students (K-5) and from 7 to 8 PM for 6th grade through high school and all adults. Parents of elementary students can train with their children at 6 PM or without them at 7 PM, or they can take both classes.
Can I train with my children?
Absolutely! The 6-6:45 PM class is designed for children and families. If your children are older, you can train together at 7 PM in the Teen/Adult class.
Is a uniform required? Where do I get one and how much does it cost?
Uniforms are recommended before the first test. Most students wear white but black is also an option.
Do you cancel for bad weather? How will I know?
Class cancellation follows the Western Wayne School District cancelations. If WWSD cancels school, classes are cancelled. If they cancel afternoon activities, classes are cancelled.
How long does it take to earn a Black Belt?
If you work hard and don’t take any breaks from training, you can earn a black belt in about 4 years.
Can students with ADD or ADHD or learning or physical disabilities take classes?
Usually, yes. If the student can function in a group environment, he/she can probably take classes. Special needs students are welcome but are evaluated on a case-by-case basis.
What ages are allowed? How young and/or how old?
Generally school-aged kids do well in class. If your student can pay attention for 45 minutes they can try class. We do no have a class designed for pre-schoolers at this time.