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Tae Kwon Do Promotion Checklist

Are you getting ready for promotion? Follow our quick guides! Click on the colored belt to review the requirements for each belt promotion.   HIGH POOM POOM RED HIGH BROWN BROWN PURPLE BLUE HIGH GREEN GREEN ORANGE YELLOW HIGH YELLOW: WHITE

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Black Belt Requirement Checklist

Black Belt Candidate At High Kick TKD we are very excited about your upcoming black belt promotion. Through dedication and hard work your goal is now reality that you will be reaching shortly. Below is a check list for you to follow of things that […]

History of Tae Kwon Do

October 7, 2010 Student Handbook No Comments

Literally translated, Tae Kwon Do means “the art of kicking and punching.” Tae means “to kick” or “to strike with the foot”, Kwon means “to punch” or “to strike with the fist”, and Do means “art” or “way of life”, creative rather than destructive in […]

Tae Kwon Do Terminology

October 7, 2010 Student Handbook No Comments

Review all your Korean counting, stances, strikes, and more!

School Conduct Rules

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Help keep our safe and friendly by following these guidelines.

Student Creed

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The student creed reflects the principles of the five tenets – courtesy, integrity, perseverance, self-control, and indomitable spirit. As the student creed is recited at the beginning of each class, you are pledging your commitment to learning to live by the tenets.

How to Tie Your Belt

October 7, 2010 Student Handbook No Comments

Belt color signifies rank, or proficiency. The small colored bands across the end of the belt indicate the levels within each colour. Students have to pass practical and theory tests to progress to the next rank. A serious student can reach black belt in two […]

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Black Belt Study Guide

October 7, 2010 Student Handbook No Comments

For students studying for their Black Belt exams – we encourage you review all your material, set up extra sessions with your instructor (if needed), and look over the Black Belt requirements.