Students start as non-belt and will progress to a white belt and then a yellow belt through Belt Promotion Tests that occur every 2 months.

Students will learn the basic skills in taekwondo. They will be exposed to basic forms, kicks, blocks, and strikes, along with board breaking and self-defense. Beginner Students will develop their strength and coordination as they move through the curriculum. Students will develop a sense of respect for themselves and for others.

  • Little Tigers Peewee (3 - 4 years old)
  • Children's (5-11)
  • Junior (12 -17)
  • Adults (18+)
kid with the karate trainer


Each half-hour Private Assessment Lesson (PAL) is designed specifically to assess students of all ages and abilities.

The PAL lesson introduces the prospective student to some basic Taekwondo skills. The Master is able to get to know the student as well as the student getting a chance to learn from the Master. We ask that parent(s) watch the PAL inside the WCT Studio to learn about our program and gain trust in our approach.

Each Private Assessment is:

  • A half-hour private lesson with the Master
  • $60 Credit card payment
  • $10 per each additional sibling at same PAL Lesson

After the Private Assessment Lesson, the Master will determine the appropriate program going forward. Students may join as a member and can attend 2 taekwondo classes per week.


One of the main benefits of taekwondo is improving your strength and balance.

This martial art utilizes your core and leg strength while working on your flexibility and agility. Taekwondo can also help greatly improve coordination and endurance.

World Champion Taekwondo Fairfield is dedicated to empowering you with the confidence and self-esteem needed to succeed in everyday life. Taekwondo can bring out the positive qualities that have always been a part of you, whether an inner calm, positive mental attitude, patience, or self-discipline. Taekwondo will help you overcome fear, anger, and self-doubt and leave you feeling confident in any situation.

Kids Practicing and listening to the karate trainer


In taekwondo, students are taught how to help each other out in class. Whether that be to help hold boards to break or targets for you to kick even to be sparring partners. By creating a bond of trust and reciprocation, you and your sparring partner can then practice various kicking combinations on each other and see how to make things work. Members at World Champion Taekwondo Fairfield have become close friends and helped each other reach their goals.