Empower your child to be active and engaged as they unleash that inner swashbuckler, musketeer, jedi knight or hero and get off those devices. 

Fencing teaches: *Focus     *Listening     *Persistance     *Agility     *Co-ordination    *Self-Confidence     *Problem Solving     *Poise
                                                                                    and a host of other wonderful life skills.

Camps are a great way to introduce youngsters to the Olympic sport of saber fencing. Your child will hold a sword on the first day as they learn the basics safety,  defense and offense.  

We offer several camps through-out the year in our Beaverton Club and at the City of Hillsboro Parks and Recreations Centers.

In Hillsboro

In Hillsboro (thru City Parks and Rec. Center)

We offer several camps throughout the year in the City of Hillsboro through the Parks and Recreation Centers, see their website and activities directly, click here   go to  Page 14,  Fall 2019 Fencing camp in Hillsboro is:

At the Tyson Recreation Center in Hillsboro, click here for google maps

Oct. 22 – Nov. 12,  2019 Tuesday evenings from 7-8 p.m.

Unleash that inner Jedi knight or Musketeer and get off that device! Fun, warm up games focus on agility, co-ordination, paying attention. Learn the Olympic sword sport of saber fencing in a safe way. Start with the basics of  defense and offense skills. Fencing teaches a host of life skills in a safe, fun and engaging way. En guarde!  

 Register for camp directly on the City of Hillsboro website on page 14 of the fall 2019 activities guide, click here


Winter 2019 Hi Intensity Camp

Winter Holidays Hi-Intensity Camp 

Dec 26 – 30, 2019
Thurs/Friday: 9:00 a.m – 3:55 p.m, Saturday 11:00 – 3:30 p.m, Sunday 10 – 3:00 p.m, Monday 9-4 


Club Members $375.00     Non – members $475.00 Pay 45 days in advance and save $25.00

Get ready for the upcoming competitions which start the first weekend of January! Jan 3-6 is the first NAC of 2020 (div 1, Jr/Sr Team), Jan. 4 is our Earn your E tournament, and the first RYC of the season is Jan 11-12, then Battle in Seattle at the end of Jan for Div 1A and veterans.   

Focus is getting ready for the tournaments along with opponent analysis, tactical and critical decision making, mental strength, distance control, advanced blade work technique, distance control, etc.   Fitness included. Bring your lunch and a drink. Must have full electric gear. Limited home-stays available for our out of town campers on a limited basis @$35.00 per day, includes daily transportation and lunch for camp – for minor age campers. 


Registeration form coming soon.