Not every child will be a national champion, but we find the champion within each child.

Fencing is a beautiful sport based on skill, balance, intelligence, honor, and discipline. The lessons that fencing teaches are directly applicable to life, business, relationships, and success in any challenge one may face.

Just as fencing can instruct youth to lead more purposeful and successful lives, many of the qualities that make a truly great fencer are learned outside of the gym - from family, from triumph, and especially from failures.

Fencing - with its endless cycles of victories and defeats in training and competition - teaches children and young adults two qualities often missing in today’s environment: patience and perseverance.