Free August Open Trial Classes *NEW*

Free August 2021 trial classes


8/28 and 8/29 from 11 – 12pm

9/1 from 5:30 – 6:30pm

Fall 2021 Schedule

Fall 2021 Schedule

**Note: All competitive classes are sabre.


4:00 PM -5:30PM – U11 Competitive class
5:30-7:00 PM – U17 Competitive class


4:00 PM – 5:00 PM – Beginners class (Sabre)
5:15 PM – 6:15 PM – Beginners class (Foil)


4:00 PM – 5:30 PM – U11 Competitive class
5:30 – 7:00 PM – U17 Competitive class


4:00 PM – 5:00 PM – Beginners classes (Sabre)
5:15 PM- 6:15 PM – Beginners class (Foil)


4:00 PM – 5:30 PM – U11 Competitive class
5:30 – 7:00 PM – U17 Competitive class


9:30 AM – 11:00 AM – Beginners class (Foil & Sabre)
11:30 AM – 1:00 PM – U17  and U11 Competitive class



Ages 11 and Under (U11) Beginner teaches new and beginner students the fundamental skills and rules of fencing.  Learn more

Ages 11 and Under (U11) Competitive is a competitive class for students ready to fence at local or national competitions. Learn more

Ages 17 and Under (U17) Competitive is an advanced saber class for fencers at least 12 years of age who can compete at the local, national, or international levels (including NCAA). Learn more

Note: Beginning fencers who fall in the U17 age category can be put in this class.


Ages 11 and Under teaches beginner and new foilists conjointly with the U11 Beginner Sabre class. Learn more 


Adult Class teaches fundamental fencing tactics, rules, and technique. For those with previous fencing experience, this is an opportunity to refresh and improve their skills. Aimed at rapid development, this program encourages participants to enjoy recreational and competitive fencing quicker and better.

*Update* Due to COVID, we will not be holding Adult classes until further notice. Please see our private lessons page to schedule one-on-one instruction. For any other questions, feel free to email or call us at 203-339-5083.

Beginner Summer Camp

From the weeks of June 21 – 25th and July 12 – 16th, this a great program for beginner fencers where we will learn the fundamentals and rules of fencing as well as tactics and technique. This summer camp program is designed for beginner fencers, but we’ll also improve reaction time, intuition, and agility, all making for a fun and interesting camp experience!

Camp schedule includes: dynamic warm-up exercises, stretching, fencing, tests, a break for lunch, games, videos, and cool-down exercises.

July Summer Class

Students that have started fencing in 2020 or earlier are eligible for our 2021 July Summer Classes from July 5 – 30th. These classes will combine all age groups for joint warm-up, conditioning, and footwork.

This is a great experience for novice and advanced fencers to learn from each other while training and learning in the same space. Advanced fencers will be given more intensive repetitions and drills. Schedule includes: dynamic warm-up exercises, stretching, fencing, tests, a break for lunch, games, videos, and cool-down exercises.

Sign up for a unique experience to train with fencers from all skill levels to socialize, communicate, and train. These classes will replace our normal class scheduling for the month of July.

This program is for all students who have started fencing in 2020 or earlier.

Private Lessons

Private lessons are offered to fencers of all ages and skill levels. Moreover, these are one-on-one, fencing lessons taught by one of our premier coaches. Generally, lessons are available 3-4pm weekdays and Sundays. Lessons are by appointment and can be scheduled through email or phone at 203-339-5083


Equipment is supplied for the trial month only.  If you would like to purchase your own equipment we can assist you in the process.

Are you interested in fencing?

Contact us to schedule a lesson, book a class, or find out about our collegiate coaching.

“Jacob has found your fencing instruction to be so valuable. You have an ability to identify exactly what he needs to do to improve and can also provide detailed instruction for how he can execute those improvements. He finds your instruction motivating and encouraging. You coach with calm but also with energy. He has greatly enjoyed the time with you and your instruction and feels he has improved.”

Karen Wolfe

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