Fencing Academy of Denver

311 Castle Pines Pkwy.Castle Pines, CO 80108
Phone: (720) 334-3579Website: Visit Website Google Map

Discover the exciting Olympic Sport of Fencing for individuals ages 7 and up and all levels of physical ability! 

Fencing is a centuries-old art that is gaining in popularity each year. Our Denver fencing classes help build your agility, strength, and stamina while developing a new confidence in yourself.

Fencing is a fun and engaging year-round activity that fosters individual initiative and discipline, as well as sportsmanship and teamwork. The physical and mental aspects of fencing promote physical health, mental stimulation, and agility.

This is a Mental and Physical sport that teaches competition, respect, and self-discipline in a safe and fun environment. Our Fencing Instructors are world-class champions who will teach you, your kids, or the entire family a fantastic and rewarding skill.

6-Week Beginner Sessions

Our six-week beginner sessions fencing program includes an introduction to the history of fencing, weapons, target areas, and fencing technique — including footwork, blade work, tactics, and strategy. The class fee includes the use of equipment.

Littleton Location: 8000 S. Lincoln St.

  • Tuesdays/Thursdays 5:30–6:30 PM
  • Saturdays 9:00–10:00 AM

Castle Pines Location: 311 Castle Pines Pkwy.

  • Mondays/Tuesdays 5:00–6:00 PM

Classes are for ages 6-7, 8-14, and 15+ (yes... adults can fence too!) and take place all year long to fit into everyone's schedule. Once you complete the 6-week session, there are plenty of opportunities to continue fencing available at each of our locations. 

Children, teenagers, and college students fence at local clubs, recreation centers, and schools. Adults from their 20s into their 70s participate in fencing clubs around the country.  All fencers have the opportunity to compete at home and abroad or simply enjoy the sport they love. 


Business Review

"The coaches are wonderful. They teach the kids not only fencing skills but also life lessons that they'll take with them as they grow up. The kids of all ages and abilities are so supportive of each other, too. The older kids help the younger kids, and there is a definite sense of camaraderie there." –FAD Parent


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