Our kids and teens curriculum is distinct from our adult curriculum and is based on Tae Kwon Do, a martial art from Korea. Tae Kwon Do translated from Korean means “hand/foot/art.” In many TKD schools, tournaments are the main focus for the students to measure their progress and achievement. This is not the case at Quantum: we provide a place for young people to learn about discipline while having fun and releasing energy.
Students age 6–9 learn our Kids Curriculum, listed below.
Students age 10–14 learn our Teens Curriculum, found here.
Students age 13+ learn the adult curriculum, found here.
Every four to five weeks, we hold a belt test to determine who is ready to move on to the next level. Students will be tested on the curriculum for their current belt, and depending how they do, will be promoted to the next rank. Testings will alternate between weekdays and weekends, and take place during the regularly scheduled kids or teens classes. All students must be in full white uniform with their rank belt in order to participate in a belt test. They also need to be in a full white uniform to receive their promotion at the Belt Ceremony, which occurs one week after the test in their regularly scheduled class.
In the kids and teens program there are two ranks in white belt and four ranks in each of the other color belts. The higher rank is signified by a stripe of the color of the belt that follows. For example a High White Belt would be identified by a yellow stripe on the belt.
Click below on the belt you are currently wearing to find information about what you need to know for your next test.
- White Belt (Eleventh gup)
- Yellow Belt (Tenth and Ninth gup)
- Green Belt (Eighth and Seventh gup)
- Blue Belt (Sixth and Fifth gup)
- Red Belt (Fourth and Third gup) — check with your Instructor.
- Junior Black Belt — check with your Instructor.
Watch a video of Master Rachael Evans and Assistant Instructor Amy Popovich demonstrating kids curriculum one-steps 1–12 below!