My son attends the after school program and he loves it! Not only is it affordable but they also transport the kids from school and they learn so much! My son has bn tbere 2 weeks and he's already earned 3 stripes, halway to testing for a belt change.The martial arts skills they learn are awesome but they also learn about character, responsibility, morals and so much more! Yes you teach your children this anyway but to have a positive male role model and respectable peers is so important! My son's self-esteem has improved and he has something to look forward to!They also know how to reach out and entertain the family by having raffles and Parent's Night Out events! Love this place!
1037 Sycamore RdGraham, NC 27253
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My two boys have been taking martial arts classes at Champions for almost two years and they love it! The instructors are amazing and my children have never been more disciplined. Their behavior in school has improved tremendously!
My son his so socially active now he become friendly and most of all he leaned alot of martial Art, respect and self enthusiasm. He's instructor are very educated for what they teaching they make sure that kids are learning to become one of thier very own LITTLE NINJA MASTER. GOOD JOB MARTIAL ARTS ACADEMY.
My son went to Champions when he was younger (his interests changed or he would still be there). I was very impressed with the spirit the classes were taught in-there was always kindness and patience (things I heard were lacking in other Martial Arts Academies ). The children were all made to feel successful and every child, no matter what rank was made to feel important. After visiting with my son's class, my best friend not only signed up her two boy, but eventually took classes herself. I was especially touched at a Christmas party, where the children had a gift exchange, and several children had forgotten the gifts. Mendy (Mark's wife and also an instructor herself at the time, "Master Niece) brought out toys and without letting anyone know, put the toys in for those who had forgotten so they could have a gift too. I saw her do this and later told her how kind she was (which both she and Mark are). This is the atmosphere I wanted for my son-Champions taught in a kind and caring way. The children learned respect and were treated with respect.