Virtual Fencing Camp
Get your kids off the couch with our fun new virtual fencing camp! Aimed at ages 6-12, all your kids need is a glove, a weapon, a safe target to hit, and a way to do video conferencing. Please email us if you need to borrow any equipment!
Date: August 3-7, 2020
Time: 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Houston Sword Sports Youth Fencing Camps
Houston Sword Sports invites you to join us at our summer camps. The camp develops fundamental fencing skills through games and other activities. In the morning session, students learn the history of the sport, how to move, attack and defend, and have a chance to fence other kids and test their skills. During the afternoon session, students learn the fundamentals of stage fencing and put together a musketeer play for parents at the end of the week. This camp is great for both experienced and beginning fencers. Sign up for mornings, afternoons, or both!
Summer 2020 Update: We have canceled our in-person camps to give Texas more time to recover from COVID-19.
Ages: Youth 6-12 years old
Session 1: June 8-12 Canceled
Session 2: July 13-17 Canceled
Session 3: August 3-7 Canceled
Sport Fencing: 9:00-12:00 AM
Stage Fencing: 1:00-4:00 PM
Half day: $190 (including $50 non-refundable deposit due at signup)
Full day: $350 (including $50 non-refundable deposit due at signup)
Details: Bring: Labeled water bottle, long pants and close-toed, athletic shoes. Full-day campers should bring a sack lunch. Snacks will be provided.
Pre-Season Fencing Clinics
Get ready for the new season with conditioning, practice strategies, and advice for setting a yearly tournament schedule. These clinics are intended for competitive fencers or those who plan to start attending tournaments this season. These clinics will be capped at 8 participants to encourage social distancing.
Summer 2020 Update: We have canceled all in-person activities for July and August 2020. We are working on a virtual clinic. Stay tuned for updates.
Ages: 8 and up
Details: Fencers should bring a labeled water bottle and their equipment. Additional equipment will be available to borrow. If the clinic runs virtually, fencers will need a glove, a weapon, a safe target to hit, and a means of participating in Zoom video chats.