Address: 194 Industrial Blvd #103, McKinney, TX 75069
Email: info@northtexasfencingalliance.org
Phone: 469-855-6130

North Texas Fencing Alliance would like to congratulate Head Coach Aly Khamis for being nominated as Vice President of the United States Fencing Coaches Association South Region.
Congratulations Coach Aly!!

Why Fencing?

  • Fencing is an Olympic and an NCAA Sport with scholarship opportunities available for fencers at some of the nation’s top universities
  • Fencers have a distinct advantage when it comes to college applications. 32% of male fencers and 38% of female fencers go on to fence in college. Compare that to football (7.8%) or basketball (5.9% male, 6.3% female).
  • Fencing is extremely safe. This is a sport that has little risk of serious injury while offering important benefits that will help your child grow with confidence, discipline, quick-thinking, and respect
  • Fencing is a life-long sport where physique and age are not limitations. Often referred to as “physical chess,” fencing develops your mind as well as your body
  • Fencing can satisfy PE Credit Hours for Middle School and High School Students

Why North Texas Fencing Alliance?
From Parents and Students

  • Because you can come to your first class for free!
  • Smaller club means that the coaches know the students and families by name.
  • Coach Aly is Fantastic! He works great with the kids and pushes them to be great fencers.
  • Families are great, it is a place where you can build camaraderie and life long friendships.
  • Location is great, near to SH 121 close to Frisco, Plano , Mckinney, Prosper
  • Coach Margaret is a great coach. She is understanding of the students skills as beginners and works great with kids and adults of all ages.