The goal of Camp Carter Martial Arts Academy is to build our students' self-esteem, which we do by acknowledging, recognizing and rewarding not just our students' accomplishments and successes, but their efforts as well.
Learning martial arts is a physical endeavor, involving all muscle groups to help develop a student's physical fitness. Our emphasis goes far beyond just learning physical moves and martial arts techniques. At Camp Carter Martial Arts Academy, we use martial arts as a mechanism to develop positive character and life-improvement skills in our students.
Carter Martial Arts Academy emphasis is on the personal-development aspects of martial arts, such as increasing self confidence, improving focus and concentration, developing self discipline, and optimizing physical fitness.
We touch on life lessons and discuss alternate resolutions to some of the issues children face today. These issues are discussed in a non-threatening, proactive way.
Children pay close attention as we explore topics that include:
- Avoiding conflicts
- Dealing with bullies
- Mental self defense
- Proper respect for adults
- Stranger awareness
- Respect for self and others
- Saying no to drugs and peer pressure
These valuable life lessons help our students understand the connection between what they learn in class and the real-world applications. That makes martial arts practical and insightful skills for school-age, and beyond.
Lil’ Ninja Program (3-4 years old)
This class introduces children to Shotokan Karate and teaches them life skills in a fun and exciting manner. It also gives them a great workout! This class may be taken more than once to build skills, self-confidence, and mental discipline. At age 5 students may advance to the Beginner Karate class.
What are the benefits of Karate to your child?
Why Should You Join?
Camp Carter Martial Arts Academy emphasis is on the personal-development aspects of martial arts, such as increasing self confidence, improving focus and concentration, developing self discipline, and optimizing physical fitness.
Traits That Martial Arts Develops in a child:
- Positive attitude
- Goal setting
- Strong work ethics