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Beginning Teen and Adult Classes for 2021/22 – $85
No prior experience required. All equipment will require an additional $150 deposit, $125 is refunded when equipment is returned at the end of the class. This class is offered for Teens and Adults. All classes are on Mondays from 6:30 – 7:30 pm for 5 weeks
Beginning – no experience required, $150 equipment deposit due on week #2
*($125 returned at the end of class. WMFA will keep $25 for equipment rental)
Session 1 – Sept 13 – Oct 11
Session 2 – Oct 18 – Nov 15
Session 3 – Nov 22 – Dec 20
Mondays from 6:30 – 7:30
Intermediate and Competitive Teen Foil (Ages 13-18)
Challenging class tailored to teens who have completed the beginning fencing program or have other prior fencing experience. Both recreational and competitive foilists will have the opportunity to vastly improve their physical fitness and foil fencing skills in order to meet their personal goals. Group warm ups and conditioning exercises will be followed by tailored drills and technical instruction corresponding to experience and skill level. Directed bouting grouped by skill level will give less experienced fencers a chance to build on concepts introduced in the beginning fencing program, while competitive fencers will receive high level instruction to allow them to grow into exceptional student-athletes.
Classes will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays and taught by Head Coach Mike Nemecek and Coach Doug Green.
Fencing equipment is required and may be purchased or rented from
WMFA. Students may be eligible to apply for scholarship reimbursement
Group Epee Teen and Adult (Ages 13-18)
WMFA is pleased to expand the epee fencing program with a dedicated class! This program is open to all high school age or older fencers regardless of experience. Completion of the beginning fencing course or prior experience is required to sign up for this class. Emphasis will be placed on epee specific technical drills, point control, and tactics. Both recreational and competitive fencers are encouraged to attend the epee class. Fencers will be grouped by experience for directed bouting. Classes will be held on Wednesdays and taught by Coach Barney Benyovszky and Coach Doug Green.
Fencing equipment is required and may be purchased or rented from WMFA. Students may be eligible to apply for scholarship reimbursement
No fencing experience is required
Contact Mary Freebed Adaptive Sports to sign up.
College Course Programs
Cornerstone University Fencing.
This class is an accredited course.
Contact Cornerstone University for credit information