Our original Fencing Academy

How to Find our Warren Street fencing academy

Catering to all fencers, beginner to competitor, youth to adults – our original fencing academy in Warren Street is situated in Central Philadelphia, right next to Saunders Park

Phone

215-382-0293

Email

info@fencefap.com

Address

3851 Warren St, Philadelphia, PA 19104

Our Warren Street Fencing Class Schedules

Classes for Beginners, Intermediates, Novices

Beginner

Tue & Thu
Sat

Intermediate

Tue & Thu
Sat

Novice 

Tue & Thu
Sat

Adult Classes

Mon & Thu
FOIL TRAINING

Youth ages 8-12

Mon & Wed

Cadet ages 13-16

Mon & Wed

All ages

Sat

Bouting and lessons for ages 13+

Mon-Thu
EPEE TRAINING

Cadets/Juniors

Tue & Thu



SATURDAY TRAINING

Elite (all ages)

Sat

Competitor (Cadet & Youth)

Sat

Want to know more information about our Philadelphia fencing academy? Check out our blog

Fencing Academy of Philadelphia - About Us

The History of Fencing

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Fencing Academy of Philadelphia - Fencing classes for adults

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Practice Fencing at Home

Everyone, We’re working on video to help home practice for you, but here are a few things to make sure you have: Enough open space to make at least a double advance lunge Foil: targets for point thrusts:  wall target, ...

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Practice Fencing with Video

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Hitting Vs. Fencing

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