Our Wyncote Fencing Academy

How to Find our Wyncote fencing location

Catering to all fencers, beginner to competitor, youth to adults – our Wyncote location is situated on Glenside Avenue!






827 Glenside Avenue, Suite 201
Wyncote, PA, 19095

Our Wyncote Fencing Class Schedules

Classes for Beginners, Intermediates, Novices

* Only Beginner start times are listed, as all levels begin at the same time. Beginners work for 1 hour, Intermediates for 1.5 hours, Novices and Advanced Fencers for 2 hours.

Youth (ages 8-12)

Mon & Wed

Cadets (ages 13-16)

Mon & Wed

Adults (ages 17+)

Mon & Wed


Sundays at 3:00pm

Class will follow the same structure as the regular mixed level classes with Beginner, Intermediate, Novice, & more advanced fencers. Youth will work with youth, and teens & adults can work together. If you are looking for something you can do together at the same time and place as your kids, this would be the the time!      

Mixed weapon : Tue, Thu & Sat


Tue & Thu


Tue & Thu



Athletes do their own preparation and drills begin at 2:00pm, followed by bouting at 2:30pm



Athletes do their own preparation and drills begin at 3:00pm, followed by bouting at 3:30pm

Private Lessons By Appointment

* During pandemic crisis, open bouting limited to FAP-North members only



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