After School can be a challenge…
- Are you wondering where your children will spend their after school hours?
- Are you tired of having to piece together their after school care?
- Do you worry about them being home alone for a few hours?
- Do you wish they were getting more exercise?
- Do you see discipline issues in your children that worry you a bit?
- Will they spend too much time on video games?
Macon’s Martial Arts has a solution. We now offer an After School Program. You can make those after school hours count. Your children will be involved in a martial arts program that teaches leadership skills, self-discipline, focus, respect and a positive attitude. This is a constructive alternative to daycare, babysitting or extended day care!
Professional, Free Transportation
Free transportation from school to our Asheboro Academy. We offer pickup at most Randolph County schools.
Pickup time is 5 – 6 pm. Activities end at 5 pm. We do require pickup by 6 pm or additional fees apply.
Martial Arts Class
A daily martial arts class at our Academy. Students can begin work on their belt advancement.
The Karate uniform or ‘Gi’ is an important piece of the program. This is included with your registration.
After School Program at Macon’s Martial Arts
We use Martial Arts to help your child realize their full potential. Our after school program includes:
Daily Life Skill Lessons
Your children will have an increased attention span, improved behavior, and greater self-control. They learn more than how to kick, block and punch.
Structured Social Time
Your child will have structured social time with all our students.
Be a Confident Leader
Kids that come from martial arts backgrounds stand their ground against challenges in life and against bullies. This isn’t just because of the physical skills they have learned, but the mental skills as well.
Benefits of Martial Arts Training
Martial arts training for kids begins with them doing one specific thing at a time. They focus on their specific stance or a kick. It might only be for 30 seconds to start off with, but with training, they start focusing longer. This is great for younger kids and kids with ADD. They will soon apply these skills to homework, family conversations, and life.
Determination to Succeed
Personal goal setting and achievement is essential in martial arts training. Earning the first belt, or perfecting a series of moves gives a sense of fulfillment as challenges are completed. This leads to more ambitious goal setting and further challenges. As they grow older, they take these principles and discipline with them in life.
If your kid has a short attention span, or seems to drift off mid-conversation you might see some improvement after Martial Arts training at Macon’s Martial Arts. We believe eye contact is vital when it comes to talking both inside and outside the classroom. After only a short while, kids will start to do this naturally even at home.
Less Answering Back
One of our fundamental training rules involves discipline. When we ask someone to do something, we expect it to be done. No discussion, no debate. We don’t need to yell at them if they don’t – they do it because they see the other kids doing it. It won’t be long until your kids start doing this at home. If you think your kids have a hard time following directions, then sign them up for a few classes. You will be amazed at the difference.
Frequently Asked Questions
We serve most schools in Randolph County and the Asheboro City Schools
Yes. They will receive professional free transportation to our Martial Arts Academy in Asheboro.
Kindergarten and up.
Pick up is between 5 and 6pm. Activities will stop at 5 pm.
Yes, we’ll be open on teacher workdays, early release days, and minor holidays.
This is a
No Bully Zone
We don’t tolerate it. No martial arts experience or training is required. Everyone has to start somewhere.
Macon’s Martial Arts knows that the after-school hours are the peak time for juvenile crimes and risky behaviors, including alcohol and drug use. The National Youth Violence Prevention Resource Center found that children who do not spend any time in after-school activities are 49 percent more likely to have used drugs and 37 percent more likely to become a teen parent. Kids are also at the highest risk of becoming a victim of violence after school, particularly between the hours of 2 p.m. and 6 p.m.
Studies show that a structured after school environment helps to improve academic achievement and can help students develop into responsible adults.
A report by the U.S. Department of Education and the U.S Department of Justice shows that students in after-school programs have fewer behavioral problems and more self-confidence, and can handle conflicts better than students who are not involved with these programs.
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“According to the NYVPRC, most experts agree that after-school activities can serve as important strategies for youth violence prevention and intervention, and can also help students develop into responsible adults.
National Youth Violence Prevention Resource Center
A report by the U.S. Department of Education and the U.S Department of Justice shows that students in after-school programs have fewer behavioral problems and more self-confidence. At Macon’s Martial Arts, we believe in hard work, discipline fitness and determination. Don’t misunderstand us, we like to have a lot of fun as well. But, at the end of the day, your children are here to learn and acquire the tools they need to succeed socially, in school and beyond. We consider it an honor to teach your children in the ways of Martial Arts.
Source: National Youth Violence Prevention Resource Center