At Elite Fencing Academy, we focus on the real experience of fencing – strong fundamentals and growing each fencers’ skills to become a better fencer whether recreational, or competitive. It does not matter your age or ability; anyone can begin fencing and achieve success! We look forward to helping make fencing part of your lifestyle.

“My son has been fencing for 4 years with Coach Ahmed, Dominick was not a natural athlete when he started fencing, but Coach Ahmed has a way of discovering the strengths of each student, and builds their training around that. Dominick's evolution into a competitive fencer who now is faster, stronger, and well coordinated is truly remarkable.”

Jennifer VaccaroVerified Member
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Gold Class

Designed especially for competitive epee fencers who are aiming to compete at the national level. Fencers will focus on physical preparation, advanced footwork, blade work, and competitive strategies.
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Silver Class

This class is for fencers competing at the local & regional level. Fencers work on physical fitness and fencing skills, self-improve offense and defense techniques, and self-enhance distance control.
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Bronze Class

Recreational Bronze fencers are welcome to attend open fencing in our state-of-the-art facility 6 days a week.
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Competitive Youth

An intense 2-hour class (2 sessions per week) focused on advanced techniques, physical fitness, epee fencing skills & moves for children age 12 and under. This class prepares young fencers for competition in local, regional, and national tournaments.
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This course (2 sessions a week) introduces epee fencing to children from ages 6-12, focusing on physical fitness, coordination, and fencing basics.

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Private Lessons

Twenty-five minute (15 minutes for beginners), one-on-one, intensive private lessons with our top-level coaches – Internationally recognized Head Coach Ahmed, our Resident Olympian Coach Ayman, and Assistant Coach Sherif.