Class Schedule & Current Pricing

Note: See News & Schedule Updates page for closings or cancellations


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The Tricot Track Jacket and Jogger (team warm-ups) are required for competitors at the tournaments (at least if you want to take the podium and get your medal)!

Aside from that, there are great t-shirts (in both cotton and sweat-wicking materials), sweatshirts, and hoodies.


Classes are all ages unless otherwise noted


6:00 pm to 7:00 pm – Saber I, age 10 and under

7:00 pm to 8:00 pm – Saber I, age 11 and up


5:30 pm to 7:00 pm – Epee II

7:00 pm to 8:30 pm – Saber II


5:30 pm to 7:00 pm – Foil II

7:00 pm to 8:30 pm – EpeeIII


5:00 pm to 6:00 pm – Saber I (age 12 and under)

6:00 pm to 7:00 pm – Epee I (open age, includes family fencing together)

7:00 pm to 8:30 pm – Saber III


9:30 am to 11:00 am –Epee II/III

11:00 am to 12:00 pm – Open Bout for EPEE/FOIL/SABER FENCERS
Members are invited to Open Bout in all weapons, all levels. This is open time to fence with others on your own–not coach-led class time.

12:00 pm to 1:30 pm — Saber II/III

Private Lessons are Available to Members. Ask your coach for available times and pricing.

Current Membership Pricing

Membership prices are per month (not per class). Members should come to class the classes as directed by the coach. If you need to miss a scheduled class, you can ask the coach if a make-up day is available (not guaranteed). We do have several fencing families where parents and children fence together. Ask about family discounts.

$200/ month ( includes up to 2 classes per week)

REGULAR MEMBERSHIP (Competition Level)


$150/ month ( includes 1 class per week)


Classes and tuition are based on skill level. Two classes per week are included in regular monthly tuition of $200. (For kids under 8 or special circumstances, talk to your coach or email about classes and pricing.) Membership is required to attend Open Bout Sessions or to take Private Lessons with the coaches.

New fencers should focus on classes noted as “Level I/II.” These classes cover fundamental fencing skills to build the foundation for more advanced classes and competition. Classes at level “II/III” are designated for intermediate to advanced fencers. Ask your coach before attending a class of a different level or for a different weapon. Remember–Open Bout Session is included for all members and does not count toward the weekly class allotment.

Long pants are required for all fencing classes for safety. NO SHORTS.

Please wear a mask if you are not vaccinated for Covid-19 (parents, fencers, spectators).

All fencers are encouraged to get their own gear as soon as possible! . Beginner fencers may borrow gear for class for the first few months. After that time, fencers should have their own practice gear (mask, jacket, glove and weapon). Competition fencers should have full practice and electric gear.

New to fencing? We welcome you to take a FREE TRIAL CLASS. Email us to schedule:

About scheduling the trial class–We will have you join one of our Level I classes as a free trial class. To help us pick the right class for your fencer to try, email us and include the fencer’s age, any prior experience, and any friends/family who fence. Any other information you think we should know.

Plan to fence at the trial class so wear clean gym shoes and long pants!

We will respond– check your spam folder if you do not hear back from us. 🙂