2010 Welcome Message

We look forward to hosting you here at Brandeis for five days of fencing . We assume you are serious about improving your fencing and want to practice hard to improve your skills.

Our goal will be to improve your fencing through footwork and mobility sessions, drills and tactical exercises, bouting and seminars. There will be three sessions daily, one of which will be competitive bouting. Each fencer will receive several individual lessons.

The coaching staff consists primarily of college coaches with many years of experience and success. Most of them are accredited by the US Fencing Coaches Association, and several have taught at the USFA Coaches College. Most have taught at the camp for several years and are the primary reason for the camp’s success.

While fencing is our primary concern, there are tennis courts, basketball courts and aerobic room for campers use during free time. Often a movie will be shown in the dorm at night. Camp sessions run approximately: 9:00 - 11:15am, 1:30 - 2:15m (classroom), 2:15 - 4:15pm, 6:45 - 8:30pm.


The New England Junior Fencing Camp complies with regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (105-CMR-430.000).

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