Plano Student of the Month
School: Centennial Elementary
Brendon Lin also known as Little Man Big Guard is an inspiring Martial Artist with a toughness that’s hard to match. Currently holding the rank of Blue belt and on his way to black Brendon has acquired a mass amount of skill since entering the Warrior program. From his nonstop jab to his constant pressure on the ground. He is definitely one to watch for in the future.
Brendon is a blessing as a student he is friendly and considerate to all his training partners and friends both on and off the mats.
Brendon is a student at Centennial Elementary School. As a 6 year old kindergartner he is very wise at such a young age. Sure to make you smile. With every conversation we at Warrior Martial Arts look forward to seeing this young man grow and prosper. The support Brendon receives from his family towards his martial arts is none other pure dedication.
Instructor W.Plano WMA
Frisco Student of the Month
Cian Del Cid
School: Cobb Middle School, Frisco TX
Warrior MA Frisco is proud to name Cian Del Cid as our student of the month!! As a brown advanced belt, Cian has accomplished so much in our Warriors 3 class as well as WMA’s Brazilian Jiu Jitsu competition team. At a young age this rising star has become one of the Best CIT helpers on the mat. He is a smart and talented martial artist and I am honored to call him my student!!
Instructor Frisco WMA
Little Elm Student of the Month
School: Stafford Middle School, Frisco TX
Carson Kramer is one of our highest ranked colored belts here at Little Elm Warrior Martial Arts Academy. He has distinguished himself not only on the mat but in the youth academic world and is destined to be a man who creates his own destiny.
On the mat Carson is the largest youth we have. Despite his size, he never abuses his size and strength advantage when training with his partners. He gauges himself to each work out partner grappling or sparring at their level. He is fast achieving a solid command of his techniques. This has led to Carson being selected to be the first inductee into the LE Certified Instructor Training Program piloting in October. We, the instructors here at the LE academy, look forward to Carson learning how to become a future instructor and assisting in the grooming of our future Warriors.
Academically Carson set himself up for success scoring 99% in the fields of Science and Reading during the 5th and 6th grades. This qualified him to become a candidate for the Duke Talent Investigation Program (DTIP). Students who qualify for the Duke TIP have the opportunity to register to take a college entrance exam (SAT or ACT) during their seventh grade year. Those students scoring exceedingly well will receive merit recognition for the college application process and scholarship information from universities around the country. Carson, now in 7th grade was put up by his teacher into a competition pool of the top 300 students in the state. Of those Duke University selected 3% and Carson was among the selectees. He now goes on to challenge himself with 3 weeks of college training every summer going forward to groom himself for a bright future as an adult.
Carson’s parents and instructors here at the academy are not only proud of him and who he is choosing to become, but we hold him up as LEWMA’s Student of the Month to be an example other may learn from and follow.
Instructor Little Elm WMA