West Side Taekwondo summer camp is an excellent introduction to the art of Taekwondo.  New Students will establish a solid foundation in Taekwondo basics, and more experienced practitioners will improve on their already acquired skills.  While having fun, all children will build strength, confidence, focus, and discipline.

Indoor activities, including educational arts and crafts, take place in our bright, air-conditioned space.  Children will also go outside to play sports and games, take nature walks, and go on field trips.  Through age-appropriate physical conditioning, West Side Taekwondo stresses the tenets of Taekwondo: courtesy, integrity, perseverance, self-control, and indomitable spirit.

Participants must bring their own lunch and drinks.  We do not offer single day sessions.  All participants must provide their own transportation to and from West Side Taekwondo.

SUMMER 2015

Ages 6–12. Camps are booked weekly from 1 to 6 weeks.  $100.00 deposit is required to hold a spot.  Full tuition is required before first day of camp.

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T-Shirts Included. Siblings signing up together will receive 10% discount on the second child. No refunds for absences, changes or withdrawals.

West Side Taekwondo Boot Camp

Once again, West Side Taekwondo is pleased to announce BOOT CAMP during the second to last week of August.  The camp goes from 10:00 a.m. till 3:00 p.m. Monday thru Friday.  The camp will focus on fundamental Taekwondo (basics, forms, and sparring), with the goal of preparing students for the fall and the September belt test.  The cost of the camp is $250.00 per week or $75.00 per day.  For currently enrolled West Side Taekwondo students only.

Students must bring their own lunch.


If you have any questions, please contact Master Lim.  For currently enrolled West Side Taekwondo students only.

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TAEKWONDO: THE STATE OF THE ART

by Masters Sung Chul & Jun Chul Whang, with Master Brandon Saltz and forward by Master Dae Sung Lee