We welcome students ages 8 to 110 to come for a free, trial class. Rocky Mountain Fencing Academy welcomes you, whether you want to compete at the highest level, or whether you want to fence just for exercise and fun. Pricing varies based on the number of classes per week. Please contact us for more information about classes, fees, and to schedule your free trial class. Please schedule your free, trial class in advance, so that we can bring the appropriate gear for you!Learn More
Highlands Ranch Recreation Center Rocky Mountain Fencing Academy coaches Highlands Ranch-based students in conjunction with the Westridge location of the Highlands Ranch Community Association. Please contact HRCA for more information about how to register. Additionally, coach Maciej offers fencing camps at the Southridge location of the Highlands Ranch Community Association. Please contact HRCA for more information about how to register. Spring break, Summer and Fall break camps: check HRCA for dates, availability and more info.Learn More
RMFA also cooperating with Denver Fencing Center. Our fencers are participating in fencing classes together with fencers from from DFC. Fencing classes at DFC are run by coach Maciej on Mondays and Wednesdays from 5:00 - 9:00 PM. To get more information about fencing classes in Denver please make a direct contact with the DFC.Learn More
RMFA Waiver and Registration Application
Membership form is required for all RMFA activity. Before beginning any classes, practice sessions, programs, competitions, or club activities, the participant must sign a waiver of liability / permission form. If the participant is less than 18 years old, the participant’s parent or guardian must complete the waiver.
US Fencing Membership Application
USA Fencing membership: Due to national insurance requirements, everyone who fences at RMFA must be a member of USA Fencing, the national association for our sport. Students who take a class lasting more than one day may choose a nominal, $15.00 "noncompetitive" membership level that is upgradable and covers the entire 2022-2023 season. Please fill out the form in this packet and send it with the other forms to RMFA.
US Fencing Rulebook
This American Version of the international rules governing fencing competitions is translated and adapted from the 2001 French edition published by the FIE and incorporates changes made by the FIE Congresses and adopted by the USA Fencing Board of Directors through August 2022. Unless otherwise noted here or in the USA Fencing Operations Manual, these rules apply to fencing competitions in the United States.
US Fencing Athletes Handbook
The Athlete Handbook provides fencers, coaches, administrators, and parents the information pertinent to all aspects of USA Fencing programs. Periodic updates may occur during the season; these updates to the book will be communicated to the membership via postings to this page: https://www.usafencing.org/athlete-handbook