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Fencing is
Strategy, Strength, Agility, Coordination, Teamwork

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Fencing strengthens your body and sharpens your mind


We offer two youth programs, Beginning Youth for ages 11 and under and Competitive Youth for ages 11 and under. The Beginning Youth program is an introduction to fencing for kids. Students learn the fundamental skills and rules of fencing. Each class is designed to teach fencing technique and tactics through activities, games and exercises that develop coordination, flexibility, balance, strength, endurance and focus.

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u17 foil class

We also have a foil program!

He spent 10 years with the Russian National Team as a both fencer and instructor. He was a member of the Russian National U-16, U-19, and Senior National team from 2000-2008. He won gold medals at the 2004 European Fencing Championships and 2008 World Cup in Copenhagen, Denmark.

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This program is available to those who have fencing experience, compete on a local or national level and are 17 years of age or under. Our competitive program is designed to train fencers with the primary goal of competing at the national and international level. Also, produces scholastic athletes who will be able to fence competitively at the collegiate level.

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Galya Pundyk, Owner
2008 Olympic Games Gold Medalist
2X World Champion
4X World Championships Silver
2X European Champion
4X European Championships Silver
3X European Championships Bronze

Why fencing?

Fencing is an elegant, prestigious and modern combative sport based on tradition. It is a challenge both physically and tactically. It requires the qualities of success which are important to today’s young people seeking a mind/body challenge. It is a blend of patience and determination, discipline and competitiveness, with the tactical complexity of chess, all at the speed of light.

I love fencing because it gives children a physical and mental challenge while building confidence, social skills, and an academic future — all with fewer injuries than other activities. Sounds almost too good to be true, doesn’t it? But this exactly what fencing can do for children. Plus, I love to see the reaction of people when they learn that you are a “Fencer”!

Are you bored with going to the gym? Try our Adult Fitness Fencing.

Fencing has the highest college recruitment rate of all sports.

As the cost of college continues to rise and admissions grows more competitive, parents and students look to high school athletic participation to give them an “edge” in the college admission and scholarship process. Most high schools offer traditional athletic programs like football, soccer, basketball, track, field hockey and lacrosse. Unfortunately, the competition to play those sports in college, let alone get a scholarship for one of them, is fierce. It is only the best of the best who make the teams an win the scholarships — not so with fencing. Fencers are 2 to 3 times more likely to make a fencing team in college. And, often there is scholarship money for fencing, too.

View list of the  46 Schools with varsity Fencing teams


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