IN THE PRESS
Articles, Clippings, and More.
Our school, students, and staff make news from time to time, so we’ve put together this press page to collect some of the articles and other media in which we’ve been featured. Most of the files listed below are all in Adobe Acrobat pdf format, so you can view them on screen or print them out.
Jhoon Rhee Arlington was voted “Best Martial Arts Studio” by Arlington Magazine readers. (Arlington Magazine January/February 2015)
There is a well-known saying in the martial arts community: The family that kicks together, sticks together.
Master Francis Pineda, a sixth-degree black belt who combs his hair with a razor blade, stands toe-to-toe with an 8-year-old.
Suppose you opened up in a major shopping center full of kid-friendly businesses inside a neighborhood surrounded by schools catering to some of America’s best-educated and most affluent families?
The latest National Standings for 1988 appearing in these pages for the Professional Karate League and the Amateur Karate League are a comprehensive ranking based on both the tournament results recently submitted to the PKL and AKL by the representatives of the registered tournaments as compiled and reported through June 10, 1988.
At age fifteen, Barry Shackelford of Danville is the youngest to ever receive the black belt from Kim School of Karate in Danville.