ABOUT OUR PROGRAM
Wolf Pack Karate (W.P.K.) is a division of the American Society of Karate (A.S.K.) established in 1970 by Mr. Bill Gray in Houston, Texas. The A.S.K. is an association designed to teach American Karate to ages 5-80 in a positive environment. We take a fresh approach to the art, sport and self defense aspects of American Karate. Our objective is to run a fair and unbiased program. We hold tournaments, camps and seminars to expand the knowledge of our students. Through Martial Arts students learn how to positively accept and meet whatever challenges they may encounter during their training and in life.
The ASK has taught classes in Fairfield for the past eleven years, adopting the Wolf Pack Karate name in the Summer of 2011.
W.P.K. has 4 locations in the Tri-County area with classes in Fairfield, Crockett, Centerville and Teague. All Junior classes (ages 5 – 12) are one hour long and begin at 6:00pm. Adult classes begin immediately following the Junior classes and are from 7:00pm to 8:30pm.
Presently, the A.S.K. and its divisions teach in over 125 locations throughout Texas and one in Oklahoma. The A.S.K. program is sponsored by school districts, colleges, churches and other community facilities. By working directly with these local community organizations, A.S.K. can offer a complete and affordable family-based martial arts program.
NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION
NEW STUDENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR THE WINTER SESSION AT ALL LOCATIONS
- MONDAY, DECEMBER 5th and 12th in TEAGUE
- TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6th and 13th in CENTERVILLE and CROCKETT
- THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1st, 8th and 15th in FAIRFIELD
STUDENTS MAY REGISTER IN CLASS FOR THEIR CLASS NIGHT. TO PAY TUITION BY CHECK OR CREDIT CARD, CLICK HERE FOR PAYPAL.
ANY QUESTIONS? CALL US OR CLICK HERE TO SEND US AN E-MAIL.
COME RUN WITH THE PACK THIS WINTER!
THIS WEEK IN CLASS:
All locations we will be registering new students and starting classes.
New students should wear comfortable clothes (sweat pants, t-shirts, etc) and be ready to participate the first night.
Returning students should be in their full white uniform (No competition or demo team gis.)
Juniors will review techniques and begin learning new techniques.
Adults will review techniques and begin new katas.