Expand Your Skills


Age usually above 14 with desires to achieve results in competitions in  US (NAC). Many of them are national high-performance fencers in Canada junior/cadet national team.


Age usually around 12 to 14 with 2-year fencing experience. Our intermediate class is designed to develop fencers toward a competitive athlete which may require to participate local and provincial competitions. Our past records have proved they have huge potential to be competitive under fine tuning by our coaches


Age usually around 12 with about 1-year fencing experience. Student in beginner program will learn the content of the Yellow armband including Footwork, Attacks and Parries. At the end of the program, fencer will pass an evaluation to reach the next level.


Age usually around 6 – 9. Often thought of as an activity just for actors or an elite few, fencing is actually an ideal sport for people of all ages especially starting from very young.  Fencing  develops dexterity, endurance, flexibility, grace, and overall fitness, while also allowing participants the opportunity to improve the mind’s problem-solving abilities. It is easily learned and used by the kids.

Our competitive sabre fencer, Xiaohan Chen, was the champions for both Junior Woman Group and Senior Woman Group in the most recent Canadian National Championship. She is also the youngest champion in the history of Canadian Senior Woman Championship.