Here is a summary of the most current recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website, as of December 10, 2020.
This is a link to the quarantine recommendations of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, effective December 7, 2020.
Olympia Fencing Center members who have been tested positive with the Novel Coronavirus, or who have been in close contact... Read More
Fencing is the perfect non-contact sport: masks, gloves, and 3ft long weapon on each side.
Introducing Homeschool Programs: morning classes are available now in our Cambridge location!
As for all our programs, homeschoolers get to try a free class with no strings attached.
After enrollment, our programs are month to month; there is no commitment, no enrollment fee, no contract!
Cambridge location enrolling... Read More
Olympia Fencing Center continues to offer online Zoom classes during phase two or the MA reopening plan.
As we resumed some of our in-person sessions in small groups, with a limited number of students, there is detailed information on the Club Re-opening Plan tab, including the safety precautions and guidelines to return to fencing.
For Zoom classes, we're happy to welcome... Read More
Making fun but keeping SAFE
In the new light of the Coronavirus development, Olympia Fencing Center takes everybody's personal health and safety very seriously.
We all heard growing concerns about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), and we urge everyone to follow some of these basic tips to stay healthy in the studio:
Hand-washing is your best self-defense against the spread of germs. As... Read More
Save the date!
Olympia Fencing Center is proud to announce the opening of its second location, in Newton Highlands Historic District, at 66 Winchester St.
Located on the second floor, above the Boston Showcase Company, our newest location is featuring SEVENTEEN fencing strips, over 7000 SF of brand new floors, and state of art electrical scoring equipment. The space includes separate... Read More
Olympia Cadets bring medals from the European Cadet Circuit, this weekend in Budapest, Hungary
October 5-6, 2019
Fencers from all over the world have met this past weekend in Hungary, to compete for the Budapest Cadet Men's Epee Cup.
Two of Olympia's students have qualified for this competition, in both individual and team events.
In the teams event, 53 fencing teams from 21... Read More