Day Camps at Super Kicks Karate

In Day Camp by Don Alley

Throughout the school year there are quite a few minor school holidays as well as teacher work days.  On any of these closures our Day Camps at Super Kicks Karate are always open.  Our camps are always filled with tons of activities to keep your kids busy and active all day long.  We have martial arts classes, open gym, crafts, table games, reading time, and more.

We have two Day Camps coming up very soon…Columbus Day and the teacher work day on October 23rd.  You can register for both online via our secure site or by calling or visiting us in person.  Click on the day you wish to sign up for by clicking on the corresponding day below.

Columbus Day

October 23rd Teacher Workday

Students who are already enrolled in our After School Program can take advantage of these day camps at no additional charge!  If your current program does not offer the same service and you are looking to change we still have a few open spaces left.  Find out more about our After School Program and get one week free when you enroll!

And we know it’s hard to think about it now, but Winter Break will be here before you know it.  The holidays can be such a stressful time…why not take child care out of the equation!  We have already begun making plans for fun field trips and Winter themed activities.  Here’s what’s in store: Roller Skating, Glow Golf, Indoor Snowball fights, Winter Crafts, Open Gym, Martial Arts, Pajama & Movie days, and so much more!  We want your kids to have the best time over the break.  It’s never too early to register for Winter Break Camp

Don Alley
Don Alley is the owner and chief instructor at Super Kicks Karate in Ashburn and Leesburg, and has been training in the martial arts for 28 years. He is currently a 6th degree black belt, and has dedicated the entirety of his adult life to teaching children and families martial arts. He is also the owner of Center Stage Preschool, a Montessori-based, performing arts preschool; and co-founder of Testudo Addiction Recovery, a non-profit organization serving families in the Northern Virginia area.