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Brad Fuller reviewed Championship Martial Arts
5
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I highly recommend this school. They are dedicated to providing the highest quality instruction & excellence in life lessons.

Peter Christensen reviewed Championship Martial Arts
5
via Facebook

I love it. The sensei's are awesome. It is family oriented. What they teach is awesome. The sensei's are willing to help you one on one; especially when you take private lessons. I love learning self-defense there. They teach you how to survive better on the street.

Tami Hawkins reviewed Championship Martial Arts
5
via Facebook

Huge school! Not your typical hole in the wall martial arts school. Very clean, and they have great instructors with high standards.

Jennifer Fackrell reviewed Championship Martial Arts
5
via Facebook

We have been at Fighting Brothers Karate for almost three years. It started with my 9 year old son (now 12). We wanted him to find something to channel his energy since he didn't like sports. Since then, six of the seven of us started as well. We are waiting until the youngest turns three so she can start too. It has been a fantastic thing to do as a family and has brought us closer together. We love it. The staff is fantastic and we feel we are definitely getting our money's worth.

Jason Flame reviewed Championship Martial Arts
5
via Facebook

Having worked with martial arts schools all across the country, I highly recommend this school! The owners and instructors are dedicated to bringing the very best service and quality of instruction to their community.

Lori Vincent Compton reviewed Championship Martial Arts
5
via Facebook

I love this place! They have done everything they can to work with my "difficult" ADHD child including giving him private lessons. Tabor is an awesome sensei and really goes out of his way to work with my son one on one and help him understand. They are all very patient. Thanks Fighting Brothers for being awesome.

Terri Granducci Hall reviewed Championship Martial Arts
5
via Facebook

I can't say enough about Fighting Brothers Karate! My son has grown into a remarkable, responsible and dedicated young man! They are like family and have been instrumental in helping to raise my son!!

Shellie Martin reviewed Championship Martial Arts
5
via Facebook

I got my son started in Karate because he had been bullied so badly in school that I had begun home schooling him. I wanted him to know how to defend himself and build up his self confidence and get some exercise. Fighting Brothers has meet all my expectations. The atmosphere at FBK was so awesome that I decided to start taking classes as well. The instructors are always positive and are awesome about giving the students positive feedback. They push you physically as well, so I feel that I always get a good workout!

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Back to School Success

Back to School season is upon us and children all over the country are preparing to return to the classroom. Some will be going for the first time, and others are preparing for their last year in public education. For all students, going back to school can be exciting and terrifying at the same time. There are several things parents can do to help with the back to school jitters.

Talk about what they are looking forward to

Having an open line of communication with your children is crucial. They need to feel comfortable talking with you about what they are feeling. Having them talk about what they are excited to do and who they are looking forward to seeing can help them feel more at ease about going back.

Address their concerns

Allow your children to voice concerns they have about the upcoming school year. Acknowledging the concerns they have will help them address them and put them in to perspective.

Visit the school

If possible, a trip to the classroom and walk through the school can help with anxiety on the first day. It is so much easier to feel confident when you already know where you are going. Building the excitement for the new teacher and classroom will help your child also be excited.

As you take a few moments with your children to prepare them to go back to school, remember their emotions will be all over the place. It is perfectly fine to be excited one moment and terrified the next. Be patient and help them work through these emotions and you will be amazed at the wonderful children you have raised.