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Sandoval Freestyle Karate offers self-defense classes and teaches martial arts, including techniques derived from taekwondo, American kenpo, and kick boxing to students of all ages in Chandler, Arizona. Our Chandler karate school teaches students to develop their physical abilities, hone their mental capabilities, and perfect their natural instincts when it comes to physical confrontation.View Special Offer!
Our Chandler karate classes are divided into age groups and by belt level. Students start by first achieving their white belt and progressively work towards becoming an official member of the Sandoval Freestyle Karate Black Belt Team.
In order to test for belt advancement, students must learn specific forms, katas, and self-defense moves based on their skill level. Advanced belts must also learn to use weapons, such as the staff, nunchucks, kamas, sais, Eskrima sticks, and sword.
To learn more about karate lessons in Chandler for either yourself or a child, please click here to contact us or call (480) 503-3788.
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Information About Chandler, AZ
According to the 2010 U.S. Census, Chandler, Arizona has grown to a population of more than 236,000 residents. Immediately neighboring Chandler is Phoenix, Gilbert, Mesa, Tempe, Ahwatukee, and the Gila River Indian Community. Much of the population growth can be attributed to the major computer chip, semi-conductor, energy, and manufacturing industry firms in the area. In 2000, the median household income was $70,456, while per capita income during the same time was $23,904.Dr. Alexander John first founded Chandler’s townsite in 1912 and just a few months later, the very first Chandler High School was established. As Phoenix grew rapidly during the turn of the 20th century, so too did chandler, which quickly led to Arizona’s first golf-resort, the Hotel San Marcos, being constructed to meet the growing demand in tourism.
As was most of the country, Chandler’s agricultural and farming community was hit hard by the 1929 stock market crash, and it wasn’t until the 1940s, with the construction of Williams Air Force Base, that the city began show some revitalization. By 1950, the city’s population was lingering at around 3,800; however, by 1980, the population had jumped to an impressive 30,000-plus people.
As many major computer-related firms, such as Intel, Motorola, and Microchip, made their way into Chandler during the 1990s, so too did an abundance of good-paying jobs. Because Chandler is land-locked by neighboring cities, the city’s growth at some point will be limited.
Chandler Elementary Schools
Anna Marie Jacobson
Kyrene Del Cielo
Chandler Traditional Academy
Ira A. Fulton
T. Dale Hancock
John M Andersen
Kyrene de la Paloma
Kyrene de las Brisas
Robert and Danell Tarwater
Jane D. Hull
Kyrene de la Mirada
Kyrene Del Sureno
Navarrete Elementary School
Haley Elementary School
Dr. Howard K Conley
Rudy G Bologna
Hartford Sylvia Encinas
St. Mary-Basha Catholic School
Marshall Humphrey II
Pathways Learning Center
Chandler Junior High Schools
Chandler High Schools
Basha High School