Red Dragons Teaching PhilosophyOur teaching philosophy is simple. We will teach anyone who is willing to learn. We enjoy teaching and look forward to working with whoever comes into the school. Red Dragon believes anyone is capable of learning the martial arts and they get out of it, what they are willing to put into it. We also realize that not everybody will have the same capabilities. With this understanding comes the drive to help each individual reach their personal goals. Some times this may be achieved by customizing certain aspects of the teaching to the individual. Our teaching also involves making the classes fun not only for kids but adults as well. We want people to enjoy their experience here at Red Dragon Martial Arts.With that being said, there are certain things that will not be tolerated. If it is brought to our attention that a student is using what is taught outside of class to bully, intimidate or just as a means to pick fights, this individual will no longer remain a student. Red Dragon Martial Arts will not tolerate an individual using what we teach as a means to initiate confrontations. What is taught at Red Dragon Martial Arts is for self defense only.Student Expectations:•Follow the Red Dragon Code•Attend classes on a regular basis, notify Chief instructor if you are going to be out for extended periods.•Practice at home, this helps to shorten time between promotions. •Kids are to focus on school work first. Report cards are to be brought in at the end of every marking period. If a student can not maintain their grades, then they will have to take time off from classes in order to concentrate on their grades.Proudly serving the Tri-State area since 2000133 S. Burhans Blvd, Suite 301, Hagerstown, MD 21740 240-313-0712
Defining The Code:Respect:e being thoughtful, courteous and showing care and regard for yourself, other people and things..Etiquette:ito use manners and to behave yourself a little better than what is absolutely essential.Discipline:training that corrects, molds, or perfects; a system of rules governing conduct.Dedication:to devote yourself to a goal and to see it through to completion.Responsibility:to be accountable for ones actions , deeds or obligationsAttitude:the manner in which you act or handle yourself and different situations.Generosity:to give freely , volunteer, or to help others through acts of kindnessOpportunity:a chance or occasion that offers you the ability to reach a goal, better yourself or situation.No Quitting:to push yourself beyond your limits and discover you have no limits.