Fencing - Winter Session

January 14 - February 25 (5 Week Session - no class on 1/21 or 2/18)
Snow dates: March 4 and March 11
Jefferson School - 110 Ashwood Avenue
6:00-7:00 PM for Grades K-4
7:00-8:00 PM for Grades 5-8
8:00-9:00 for Grades 9-12 and Adults/Seniors
$150.00 per registrant - 5 week session

Fencing - Spring Session

April 3 - May 29 (8 Week Session - no class on 4/17)
Snow dates: June 5 and 12
Franklin School at 136 Blackburn Road
6:00-7:00 PM for Grades K-2
7:00-8:00 PM for Grades 3-5
8:00-9:00 PM for Grades 6-8
$235 per registrant - 8 week session

Fencing is one of the top scholarship sports in the country and can greatly increase a kid’s chance of getting into the country’s top schools. Fencing provides an extra opportunities for kid's to stand out in the college admissions process. Many of the Ivy League schools have major fencing programs and are always recruiting new members. Most fencers are intelligent and creative and apply those qualities to help them excel in the sport. Many of the top fencers also get the opportunity to travel the world as many of the international competitions are held in Europe, Asia and South America.

Come try the 5-week program with Coach Nick and give your children an advantage in the college admission process. Your child will also be challenged mentally and physically to grow that will help them in all other areas of life. Whether you are looking to be introduced to the sport or take the sport to the next level, Coach Nick will help you reach your goals

About Coach Nick:

Nick Vomero holds a B.S. and M.S. degree from St. John’s University, where he became a 3x All-American in Men’s Epee. Nick is a veteran of the United Stated Men’s Epee World Cup team and is a Division-1 NAC Senior National Champion. His other results include a top 8 finish at the World University Games, multiple top 64 finishes in Senior World Cups and Senior Grand Prix’s and multiple top finishes at Divion-1 NAC’s. Nick has many years of coaching experience at various different clubs around the NYC area."