Karate – Kids Program
This program is for children 7 to 12 years old.
At Karate American, our unique children's program offers a lot more than just self defense and physical agility. It will teach your child respect for others, respect for themselves, self-confidence and, most importantly, self-discipline. This designed system of self-defense uses all parts of the body in a fun way for young children that helps them improve their balance and coordination.
Develop Leadership skills.
At Karate American, we teach goal setting, leadership and taking responsibility for your actions. These qualities, more than any others, will help ensure your child's success in school, in college, and in life. Save your child's life. While we wish it wasn't a factor, we live in a world full of undesirable people. We will teach your child how to protect themselves from danger and how to respond in a threatening situation. This invaluable skill may even save their lives.
Learn new skills.
Perhaps the best part of Karate American's program, from the child's point of view, is just how enjoyable the classes really are. Your child will learn many fun skills while making new friends. Our high energy classes will focus your child's energy in a positive and productive manner.
Not all martial arts schools are created equal.
Few martial arts schools in the United States have the unique combination of marital arts, education, and leadership that you will find at Karate American. Our focus is on quality instruction and personal attention to our students. All classes are taught by highly trained instructors committed to excellence and continued learning. You can feel safe in the knowledge that your children will be receiving the finest instruction available.
Karate Belt System Breakdown
– Beginners start out with the basic belts which are
the white, gold, and orange belts.
– Intermediate students wear the green, purple,
and purple stripe belts.
– When a student achieves an advanced level
of skill, they wear the blue, blue stripe, red,
red stripe, brown, and brown stripe belts.
– Only when a student achieves a high level
of skill, does he/she wear the black belt.