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Mon: 8am – 3pm
Tue: 8am – 3pm
Wed: 8am – 3pm
Thu: 8am – 3pm
Fri: 8am – 3pm
The following are a list of Frequently Asked Questions. If your question is not here, please feel free to write to us to ask by clicking on the button below.
How do I know if my child is ready for Camp?
Camp is intended to empower kids from 6 to 12 years old. But every child is different. Schedule an introductory lesson at (310) 895-5100 to see if the experience will be a good fit. For Pre-K and younger Kindergartners, Alonzo Martial Arts has Wee Kick Classes available Tuesday-Friday at 3:30pm and Saturdays at 11:00am.
How to find us?
We’re conveniently located at the Colorado Center
in Santa Monica:
North of the Cloverfield Exit from the 10W fwy,
a block north of the 26th St/Bergamot Metro Station,
just north of the Water Gardens, and
just east of the Santa Monica DMV.
Our address is:
2425 Colorado Ave. Ste #B100
Santa Monica, CA 90404
You’ll want to park on the P1 level only, parking close to the elevators with giant numerals marked 2425 and go up to the 1st Floor. Validated parking is free for 3 hours, but free on the weekends. While you’re here, you might as well check out TriFit Club and Studios knowing that parents of enrolled students can sign up at Santa Monica’s Most Loved Gym for only $60 more!
We love clearing up any questions/concerns you may have! Drop us a line or we’ll see you here!
What forms of martial arts are taught?
Campers will learn Tae Kwon Do, Hapkido, and Judo.
Is there a deadline to sign up for the camp?
The deadline for restigration is by 7pm the Friday night before each week.
What if my child doesn’t know martial arts or any of the other activities?
Martial Arts experience is helpful, but absolutely NOT necessary. As for our other activities, Camp is designed to introduce kids to a variety of different activities to spark an interest in or become passionate about! Kids who have extra-curricular activities that they’re passionate about need not derive their self-esteem exclusively from their peers at school, making them more resistant to bullying. We’re ALL White Belts at one thing or another, and it’s the job of our teachers & coaches (with the encouragement of more experienced campers in any particular activity) to make the learning process as welcoming as possible. This is a natural empathy-building process: each one, teach one!
What should my child bring to Camp?
Campers should have backpacks with a water bottle, sunscreen, a snack and flip-flops or sandals. Also, make sure to label their belongings with their first and last name on everything.
How long does the camp last?
June 17th- August 17th
Monday – Friday
What if I have to reach my child in an emergency?
If you need to reach your child for an emergency please contact our office (310) 895-5100 to reach the on-site camp director.