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We love being a part of this Championship family. It's a safe and comfortable place for people to be who they really are and learn to be even better! You can feel the caring and warmth every time you walk in the door. As a family that is challenging for this business to cater to and accommodate, I can say we have never felt abandoned even when things get really rough. We've gotten very personalized "training" as we battle through life's trials. The Hidde family has always felt the product is valuable and worth every penny but great customer service in the form of going the extra mile to make things work for everyone, no matter how challenging is what I believe has made this family grow and succeed and grow some more. The experience has been and continues to be priceless=)

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My son has gone since last summer but I just had my first class last night (adult class) and LOVED it! I left feeling more confident, and energized!

Tina Bartman-Hoffman reviewed Championship Martial Arts
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The instructors are great. They explains the techniques very thoroughly and if you still are having problems, they will walk you through it. My kids and I take classes. They are thoughtful and if you are having problems outside of the classroom, they listen as well. They treat you like family, and you are a family. We love it here, and I am grateful for them.

Sara Allshouse Lehman reviewed Championship Martial Arts
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I love the variety of martial arts offered in this school. With all of the options to choose from, my son is never bored & loves coming to class even 6 years later. It has become his second home & family. #1 school in the valley & the instructors are top notch.

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I love this place! Very very warm welcome from the start and still holding strong. The instructors pay attention to the group as a whole and as individual. Advancements and lessons are understandable. This is the perfect place to open your mind, spirit, and everything else even if your shy :)

Scott Kniss reviewed Championship Martial Arts
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From age four to 40+, if you want to learn not only martial arts, but skills for everyday life, this is the place to be! Multiple arts, Powerful Words, a fun, enthusiastic atmosphere...Champions has it all. I'm a Champion for life!

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My daughter has been going for 6mos now and we love what they are teaching the students! Fitness, respect, courage, and self confidence are just a few of the qualities they are instilling in our child. She even answers my questions with a "sir"... As a father, Im loving this!

Jesús Bautista Garcia reviewed Championship Martial Arts
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First of all I want to say thank you to all of my teachers for supporting me. At first I was scared to start because my English isn't perfect but everyone is so welcoming and that really means alot. I love the positive energy every time I come into class. I learn something new every class and can't wait to see what the future holds. I highly recommend everyone to join this school and when you think you can't... they show you that you can. Gracias sir!:)

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Champions Martial Arts is a phenomenal place to learn. My daughter has absolutely fallen in love with it in the short time she has been attending. The instructors do an amazing job with the children (and adults). Everyone has fun while learning. I always feel welcome when I go there. We were new to the area and they were very accommodating and helpful. I would reccommend them for sure!

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Our life, since we have joined this family, has not only improved, but has brought us to a place I never thought was possible! Being a single mom to jackson, and not having a male influence for him had been hard and it was slowly starting to show. His self confidance was at an all time low, he was having a lot of problems at school and home. My parents and I were at a loss as to how to help him realize how amazing he is. Grandma found champion's martial arts and we can not say enough extraordinary words to describe what all the instructors have ment to is. This is not just a class I how to and leave, your whole life changes and u feel what real confidence is and how to live right in society! Jackson is an amazing boy who is learning tools to "develope himself for success" his self esteem has grown and because the instructors are so amazing at treating everyone as individuals Jackson is handling his fear of abandonment, and now has the concentration to excell in school and at anything he does in life! Thank you is just not enough...Thank you martial arts family, you all are in our hearts and spirit everyday!

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I can't stress enough how patient and helpful the entire staff team is! My kids love coming to see their bubbly personalities AND to learn martial arts! They make it fun while accomplishing the necessary skills to move develop and move along in the program!

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5 Things Your Child’s Teacher Wants You to Know

You’ve already made the adjustment back to routine… prepping the night before, setting alarms for early wakeups, the battle to get everyone dressed and out the door on time… you know the drill. But your role doesn’t end when you get the kids out the door: they follow them into the classroom. So whether your child is an angelic soul or spirited, thank goodness for the teachers who keep them learning, safe and loved all day. Here are # things your child’s teacher wishes you knew:

#1 – They’re invested – literally.

It’s no secret that people don’t go into teaching for the money. But what many parents don’t realize is that teachers often spend sizable amounts of their less-than-stellar salaries to enhance the learning experience and environment. Some parents balk at supply lists… but don’t think about the fact that, if they don’t fulfill it, the teacher may need to. That doesn’t seem fair. Do what you can to support your child’s teacher, and when possible, check in whether they need anything.

#2 – They love your child, even on the “rough” days.

All kids have days that are tougher than others. And just like at home, there are going to be days they give their teacher a run for their money. It’s ok if not every moment is perfect – and you don’t need to constantly apologize for every small thing your child does (though acknowledgement can be refreshing, at times). Teachers don’t expect perfection – they’ll still love your child, even on the bad days.

#3 – They want to hear from you.

Your child works hard all day, so there’s nothing sadder than seeing a folder come back to school with yesterday’s materials still in it. Your involvement is huge – your child sees it, and so do your child’s teachers. While the teacher likely doesn’t have bandwidth for daily check-ins, they’ll always appreciate hearing from you – particularly if you take a moment to acknowledge something positive.

#4 – Your child’s at their best when…

Any teacher can tell you that there are themes that run through any child’s behavior. For example, late nights are likely to cause lackluster performance the next day. But there are also tons of studies that support teacher’s findings that children who are involved in sports and after-school activities perform better in the classroom. Their attention levels are higher, they have a willingness to please, they persevere, and, as a result, their grades seem to be higher. Keep them involved outside of school and they’re likely to do better in it.

#5 – You’re doing great.

Teachers spend day in and day out with your child, and, as a result, get
to know you by extension. Your child talks, so they get to hear snippets of what home life and your child’s relationship with you is like. Part of teaching kids is getting to know the parents – and while there will always be challenges, and some days are bound to be less perfect than others, as a whole, you’re doing great.