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Sandoval Freestyle Karate:

My daughter’s been going to Sandoval’s for about 6 months now, and we initially began it because they had a good deal going (comparable to the others around) and because we wanted her to have more discipline and also learn defense.

I’ve been taking her 3-4 times a week now since then. All of the instructors are great with all ages, get to know the parents too, and they even offer free weekend birthday parties for the kids. All of these things really made it an extension of family and home.

My daughter loves it, began when she was 3 (is now 4), and is eager to go as often as possible.

Devon A.
Chandler, AZ

I have a child that joined Sandoval about a year ago, he is a yellow belt and I can not believe the change in him. He has gained so much self confidence and self respect. He has won awards, his self esteem has been built up by the instructors, and they are really great. When he started with Sandoval his attention span was very little, but with the help of Sandoval Karate he is more focused at home and school as well. I would highly recommend Sandoval Karate.

dvynsgma

This is an excellent school! The instructors are great and really care about the students and their success. The owners are honest and have a lot of integrity and are both world class martial artists so they know what they are doing! I would highly recommend this school to anyone of any age who is thinking about starting or continuing in the martial arts.

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Gilbert Karate School

Gilbert Karate School : Sandoval Freestyle Karate

Sandoval Freestyle Karate Gilbert
(NW Corner of Gilbert Road & Ray Road)
1522 South Gilbert Road, Suite 101
Gilbert, Arizona 85296
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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 Gilbert, Arizona. Our Gilbert karate school teaches students to develop their physical abilities, hone their mental capabilities, and perfect their natural instincts when it comes to physical confrontation.

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Our Gilbert 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 Gilbert for either yourself or a child, please click here to contact us or call (480) 503-3788.

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Information About Gilbert, AZ

Today, Gilbert, Arizona boasts 76 square miles of land and over 200,000 residents. It’s neighbors are Chandler, Mesa, Queen Creek, and Apache Junction. The leading industries and job providers for the area include agriculture, healthcare, government, and education. In 2000, the per capita income was $30,559, and the median income for a household was $86,077 according to the U.S. Census Bureau.

American Kenpo & Kickboxing in Gilbert, AZ

Gilbert, Arizona - Home to Gilbert Days

What is now the Town of Gilbert was founded in 1902 by a gentleman named William “Bobby” Gilbert. A short time later, Gilbert had provided land to the Arizona Eastern Railway to construct a railroad line from the prospering city of Phoenix to the town of Florence, which led to an influx of Mormon settlers fleeing Mexico.

The town was officially incorporated in 1920 on July 6th and for the next twenty to thirty years the town remained a close-knit community of farmers. This is right around the time that Gilbert earned the nickname of “Hay Capital of the World”.

In the 1970s, Gilbert started to take shape. During this time, Phoenix’s growth poured over to many of the suburban areas, Gilbert included. Even in those days, town planners had the foresight to annex land and prepare for population growth well into the 21st century.

Gilbert Elementary Schools

Ashland Ranch
Augusta Ranch
Boulder Creek
Burk
Canyon Rim
Carol Rae Ranch
Finley Farms
Gilbert
Greenfield
Mesquite
Neely Traditional Academy
Oak Tree
Patterson
Harris
Highland Park
Houston
Islands
Meridian
Pioneer
Playa del Rey
Quartz Hill
Settler’s Point
Sonoma Ranch
Spectrum
Superstition Springs
Towne Meadows
Val Vista Lakes

 

Gilbert Junior High Schools

Desert Ridge Junior High
Gilbert Junior High
Greenfield Junior High
Highland Junior High
Mesquite Junior High
South Valley Junior High

Gilbert High Schools

Campo Verde High School
Desert Ridge High School
Gilbert High School
Highland High School
Mesquite High School

Best Parks in Gilbert for Family Functions

Gilbert Community Center
Page Park
Discovery Park
Freestone Park
McQueen Park

Our Favorite Things to do in Gilbert

San Tan Village
Hale Centre Theater
Higley Center for the Performing Arts
Gilbert Days
Gilbert Historical Museum