Getting your child involved in a new activity can be complicated. Managing a family’s schedule these days is not for the faint of heart. However, we have seen time and time again the rewards your student will reap from Taekwondo are well worth it.
We have answered a few of your most asked questions to make it easier.
All students are required to attend at least two classes per week. Committing to regular attendance instills self-discipline while ensuring students learn and retain the skills in our curriculum. The repetitive practice of Taekwondo builds persistence and dedication in each of our students; it teaches them that they can achieve any of their goals by committing themselves to them.
We will review our current class schedule with you after attending your introductory lesson. You will find that we offer convenient times throughout the week.
Our classes are 45 minutes long and are specifically designed to keep our students engaged and constantly learning the curriculum. Many of our class times and age groups overlap to be mindful of your schedule. If you have multiple children in different groups and proficiency, you can still choose to take them at one designated time instead of unnecessary trips back and forth. Many of our families have found this a significant benefit of KOMA.
We offer a variety of class times to accommodate a busy schedule. You do not have to attend the same class or the same time each week. Our flexible schedule allows students to participate when it works best for them, rather than having to skip a class. You can come to any class time for your program, as long as you attend two classes per week.
Do you need more information or have a question you can’t find the answer to on our website? Please reach out to us by giving us a call or filling out this form. We are happy to answer all your questions and get your student training with us. Visit our FAQ page for more information on the specifics and benefits of Taekwondo.
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