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Current Cycle: February 11, 2015 - April 15, 2015

Testing Results

Results are posted the Monday morning after testing. Late Testing results are posted by 9:00pm that night.

No Change List

The following list shows the names of the students who did not pass testing and the segment of the test that he/she did not pass. [in alphabetical order by last name]


Regular Testing

Samir Abouhaidar --- Combination, Sparring, & Pad Drills

Jae Brooks --- Form

Quinn Maxwell --- Form

Leigh Anne Precise --- Combination

Alejandro Rugama --- Sparring & Pad Drills

Prithvi Venkat --- Combination

Taylor Womack --- Combination


Late Testing

 Lindsey Allen --- Combination

Kaydence Hay --- Combination & Form

Eden Moody --- Combination & Board Breaking

Carter Zajac --- Form



P.T. Winners





5-6yrs Alex Al-Bachawati: 38 Elias Marinelli: 46
7-9yrs Jaxxson Schmidt: 52 Harrison Thomas: 60
10-12yrs Kyle Kubas: 53 Caitlin Guice: 56
13-15yrs Cole Adams: 54 Cole Adams: 51

M: Arrez Charania: 41

F: Kirsten Buszka: 44

M: Romulo Lander: 38

F: Kirsten Buszka: 33


M: Tim Davis: 39


M: Tim Davis: 31



M: Paul Trunec: 26

F: Wanda Manning: 36

M: Paul Trunec: 21

F: Wanda Manning: 42


Green Belt Top Scores

 (105 total possible points)

88 Kyle Kubas
87 Nathan Gagnon
86.5 Jaden Nguyen
86.5 Marisa Scott
85.5 Greyson Green
84.5 Divyanshi Agarwal
83.5 Samuel Chen
83.5 Nathan Liskey
83.5 Isabella Seymour
83 Jessi Anderson


Blue - Red Belt Top Scores

(110 total possible points)

103 Caitlin Guice *Double Promotion!
98.5 Cole Adams *Double Promotion!
94 London Nelson
93 Dylan Tellez
93 Alex Todd
92 Elijah Drew
91.5 Jackson Reaves
91 Anna Beth Davis
91 HaeMarilyn Fuerte
90.5 Jaxxson Schmidt


Black Belt Top Ten Scores






Double Promotions

The following list shows the names of the students who double promoted! [in alphabetical order by last name]

Caitlin Guice: 103 Total Score, 44 Situps, 56 Pushups

Cole Adams: 98.5 Total Score, 54 Situps, 51 Pushups


Double promotion is only available for Green - Red Belts that maintain satisfactory to excellent conduct in class the whole cycle and fulfill the following requirements during testing: 

    • Ages 15 & Under:
      • Green Belts: Total score of 93-105 plus 35 sit-ups in one minute and 30 push-ups in one minute. 
      • Blue - Red Belts: Total score of 98-110 plus 35 sit-ups in one minute and 30 push-ups in one minute.
    • Ages 16 & Above:
      • Green Belts: Total score of 93-105 plus 40 sit-ups in one minute and 30 push-ups in one minute. 
      • Blue - Red Belts: Total score of 98-110 plus 40 sit-ups in one minute and 30 push-ups in one minute.




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"I think the academy is well-organized and flexible, and the instructors are keeping a good balance between the discipline required by martial arts and the softness the tender age of 8 requires."

--Yiannis A.

"The year that we started at Tiger Rock, my son was struggling in many ways. He has been diagnosed with a mild case of benign essential tremors. This is a neurological disorder that causes mild tremors in his arms and hands. It helps in every area in which he needs help:  balance, coordination, and strength. I have to say that the biggest change I’ve seen in Owen is his confidence.  A big part of that is from Taekwondo. He BELIEVES he can do anything and he has developed a very good work ethic to be able to do what everyone else does."
--Michele M.
"My son and I started Taekwondo together when he was 8 years old.  We stayed with it and went on to earned our black belts together.  Now that he's a teenager, we still both agree it's one of the best things we could have done together.  It really gave us something to connect on.  Now we'll always cherish the accomplishment, the shared interest and the shared time."
Catherine S.
"This morning Hudson set the table for breakfast while I was cooking. He said, 'Mama, that's self-discipline.' Then he explained to his sister and baby sister the difference between discipline and self-discipline. When I told him that was pretty important, he replied, 'We learn more in karate than just moves, Mama.'"
Jennifer C.
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