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FAQ

Frequently asked questions

What systems do you have in place for protection during the Covid 19?


In addition to the best practices that Black Belt America has always used, we have instituted a few new practices to ensure that both your kids and our staff stay healthy. Students have assigned dots on the karate floor that are arranged to allow for physical distancing. We have always disinfected frequently touched surfaces, daily: (doorknobs, handles, etc); we now disinfect frequently touched surfaces multiple times throughout the day. Each area, and the equipment used in that area, is thoroughly disinfected frequently. A thorough cleaning/disinfecting of the entire facility is done at the end of each day.




Who are the instructors?


Our proudest achievement is the outstanding leaders that Black Belt America has produced. Under the direction of the owners and our Chief Instructor, these fine young people are highly motivated to help the kids of our community succeed at martial arts and in life!




Are the classes safe?


Absolutely! With almost 50 years of experience teaching martial arts, and children in particular, our nationally-recognized program is known for safety protocols and safety record.




Can they bring a friend to class?


You bet. Most of our students come from referrals, Just ask the instructor for a Bring-a-Friend card and we’ll do the rest.




Are your classes separated by age?


Yes! We know that students of different ages are at different developmental stages. Not only are classes separated by age, but skill and experience level also. This ensures your child will be with other kids of similar age and experience.




Do you have virtual classes?


Yes, we do! We offer many options for training...virtual classes, on-site classes, summer camps, and after school programs. We understand that each family is in a unique situation and work hard to ensure they are successful at Black Belt America.




What is the “Focus” of your classes?


Life Skills. While the kicking and punching skills are great exercise and a lot of fun for the kids to learn, it is even more important that they become Respectful, Confident Leaders in our community. Black Belt America is Madison’s B.E.S.T. Martial Arts School and focuses on Building Essential Skills Today!