A North Carolina Fencing Development Program
In the heart of Downtown Fayetteville, NC
We dare you not to love it.
Fencing Academy About The
We provide instruction and training for beginning, new, advanced, recreational and competitive fencers. The All-American Fencing Academy’s goals is to introduce fencing to youth, teens, and adults interested in starting a new hobby and physical activity as well as training competitors to compete at the state and national level.
“We dare you not to love it”
Beginner Classes Start
Experience is NOT needed! Equipment is provided! The only requirement is the want to learn and have fun! We provide beginner classes for all new students. Classes are available for youth (starting at age 7), teen, and adults. Many of our fencers are recreational, some are competitive. Come visit and watch a class!
“We all played swords”
Walk-In Classes Fourth Friday
During Downtown Fayetteville’s Fourth Fridays, the All-American Fencing Academy hosts Walk-In Classes for anybody that wants to get a taste of a fencing classes before signing up for a full month. Walk-In Classes are only $20. No experience or equipment required. Great for families and friends, see you there!
USA FENCING CLUB
The All-American Fencing Academy is an official registered school of USA Fencing and the North Carolina Division of USA Fencing.
We are committed to creating a safe and positive environment for athletes’ physical, emotional and social development, and to ensuring that it promotes an environment free of misconduct.
USA FENCING CLUB OF EXCELLENCE
The All-American Fencing Academy is named by USA Fencing as a 2019-2020 Club of Excellence.
The All-American Fencing Academy is voted 2020 Fayetteville Observer’s Reader’s Choice for Fayetteville’s Martial Art’s Studio.
Beginner Classes Book your date
Give us a call or e-mail us now to learn about how to start beginner classes
or our “Walk-In Fourth Friday” classes!
Why Start Fencing?
Fencing provides great exercise, you get a chance to meet new friends, you learn a new skill, and it’s a great conversation starter. Kids apply discipline and problem solving skills learned at home and school; adults get to network in a small community. Our fencers learn how to succeed both in winning and in failure; teen fencers can continue to collegiate varsity programs. And let’s face it, we love to play with swords.
News and Announcements
First, sorry for the late update after the tournament over the weekend. But it was a great weekend and a little cooler! Thank you to our volunteers (Sandra Walker and Kayla Spell) that helped run the tournament smooth and also thank you to our new referees (Lily Kube and Isaac Canady). They did an awesome […]
First, you can download the updated calendar of events here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1MqXR3vqBczR10rnSajyHm0LQuR5huH1s/view?usp=sharing All the Pisacafe and Homeschool coaches met over the weekend to hammer out some details. I’ll know next year to wait to schedule my events, but typically those events align with the school year athletic calendar, so I’m a little early. We will still […]
USA Fencing Suspends New Rule So, remember my last post about the new USA Fencing and the new Strip Coaching Rule? Well, USA Fencing has suspended that new rule. Nothing has changed, coaches, teammates, and parents can continue to provide strip side coaching during tournaments. https://www.usafencing.org/news_article/show/1283147 Elementary and Middle School Tournament I’ll bring a sign […]
We hope everyone is safe after the hurricane. It’s fortnate the hurricane veered more towards the coast and we just got a lot of rain and public school day off. Classes are on normal schedule today. Richmond City Rumble: Isabelle and I will NOT be participating in the Richmond City Rumble on September 23-24 (Deadline to […]