Arceo's Shotokan Karate
119 Hickey Blvd, South San Francisco, CA 94080
(650) 757-6238Add Hours
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I brought my daughter here this year in April from a part time school in the area and now she loves being in Karate & Loves Training. She is a Full time Karate Student and Competes locally in several Sport Karate Circuit. This is the Best Karate School In my Area. I Recomend this School to Every One who is Interested in Becoming there Best.
01/12/2012Provided by Citysearch -
My wife and I brought my Daughter to Arceo's Shotokan Karate back in April of 2011. She was at a part time karate school and was loosing Interest fast. She had been attending classes for a couple of years and was at a purple belt level. We were taking her to karate competitions and Sensei Arceo would give her pointers and tips that really help her in competition. We decided to go check out the Arceo's Shotokan Karate School and have our daughter try out a class. She Instantly fell back in love with the Sport and has attended since. Its the best school we have found for our Daughter.
09/28/2006Provided by Citysearch -
Arceo Shotokan Karate has alot of knowledge for the art. They have trained alot of champions who can compete with the best of them. Like the other comment, you cannot learn karate in a short period of time. You have to be patient! I am also a black belt and it took me years to earn my belt. I am still learning as I train. So........Is Arceo Shotokan Karate Dojo a good school, YES it is!
09/26/2006Provided by Citysearch -
I don't know what the last person that post a review is talking about but i guess if he or she didn't get enough knowledge for trying then why is that majority of the children in that school are champions from alot of the tournaments...And a whole lot more ...I have known that school for a while and nver regret training from there...You can't learn in one day...It takes patience and time...I don't mean to sound rude but I guess people have their own opinion and some people just go for the looks of the school instead of what is being thought to the students...