WAY to go Anya on being recruited to fence Division 1 NCAA. We wish you luck on your continued fencing career.
All of our fencing programs now have flexible scheduling with easy drop in and drop out "WAY points". Get your way!
WAY specializes in Team USA fencing and archery but also offers enrichment beyond the blade including, chess, parties, event space rentals, camps, mommy & me, and even an art gallery. With more than 10,000 sq ft in the heart of downtown Ridgefield, we have your "renaissance revival" under one roof.
A USFA sanctioned fencing club. One of the earliest forms of civilized rivalry, fencing has evolved over the ages as an Olympic sport that embodies honor, discipline, and self-expression. From novice to NCAA we have the path forward to meet all your fencing aspirations.
USAA sanctioned archery club. Archery may very well be the oldest sport still in practice today. An Olympic sport since 1900, archery improves concentration, focus, and responsibility. Six indoor lanes located on the lower level of WAY.
From chess to scrabble, board games serve as an educational tool aiding in the learning of planning, cause and effect relationships, pattern recognition, and research.
From kid to corporate let us let us host an unforgettable party for you specializing in fencing, archery or chess. We also offer party space rentals. Coming soon...bar/bat mitzvah reception for your teen's special celebration. Everything a growing teen needs to "man-up" and party down.
A fun and engaging combination of Team USA fencing, archery, and chess! Our weekly camp sessions are a great WAY for kids ages 7 + to train like Olympians. Each week, students will receive an age-appropriate conditioning regime and formal lessons in fencing, archery, and chess from certified professional coaches. In addition, your child will learn to "parlez-vous" from a surprise guest who'll teach French, the language of escrime.
The gallery at WAY exhibits local artists and hosts ongoing receptions showcasing a diverse range of art. Now exhibiting at WAY intriguing photos by Mary Harold.