2018 Fall Belt Promotionals
2018 Fall Belt Promotionals



We will be holding our regular class schedule throughout May.  Colored stripe and Belt testings will continue to be held during a student's regular class times, with returning students beginning where they left off. Students Purple-belt level and above should bring any protective sparring gear they have on "B" days (Thursdays/Fridays). 

Be sure and mark each protective equipment piece with initials in case of misplacement. Cloth pads can be washed and air-dried (don't dry in dryer as they will shrink). Vinyl pads can be wiped clean with wet wipes or a damp cloth. Uniforms can be washed with non-bleach whitener (bleach will discolor patches), and colored-belts should not be washed to avoid fading.

We have a Zoom camera mounted in our windowsill for a Birds-eye view for Belt testings and events. And as we have room for maybe few persons per family in our limited seating area, we can have our camera on, with the Zoom link available for all those wishing to watch.

"There is no best student, only more serious ones." --D.S. Kim

The Omicron BA.2 variant is now the dominant Covid strain, and tends to be similar in symptom severity of other variants and respiratory viral illnesses in general - namely, runny nose, sore throat, cough and fever. Most people are contagious just before symptom onset and 2-3 days after, with PCR tests sensitive enough to continue coming back positive weeks later. Children are still less likely to get sick compared to adults; however, equal in ability to contract or spread the virus. America was hit particularly hard by the original Omicron wave, and that, along with vaccination rates, may help stave off a large surge. As we continue into the endemic phase of Covid, Masks are optional for training.

"Confidence to Pursue, Courage to Try, Pride in Achievement."

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You're welcome to use our Wi-Fi for any emergencies you may have.  Our Wi-Fi password is: abc1234def (10 Characters)

Free DVD Videos of all Belt Testings and Events are available opposite our Entrance.

...Includes 2020 Year Highlights Video!

You can see a Photo Timeline of all our events for the 2020 year online at: www.facebook/napataekwondo (no need to log-in)


The number of classes you have towards testing for your next Belt level are listed by your initials. This listing is updated on the last weekend of each month, and was last updated on Sunday, May 1, 2022. So if you want an exact count, then add the number of classes you have attended since that date....

AD/178... AIH/9... AtH/28... AM/13... BenP/15... BraP/187... BreP/118... CC/151... CeD/58... CoD/0... DMan/14... DMay/16... DO/25... DP/28... EJ/17... EZ/80... GG/14... HA/12... HP/2... HS/97... HW/255... IsB/0... IyB/4... ICh/163... ICu/7... JCl/0... JCu/7... JH/7... JJa/8... JJo/165... JS/12... JV-D/21... KN/131... LM/33... LN/13... LT/53... LV-D/5... LW/20... MB/200... MasB/1... MCl/11... MCo/17... MD/163... MG/14... MMa/6... MMo/39... NB/6... OM/0... OS/3... PE/16... PaR/9... PeR/138... QW/83... RO/8... RS/10... SD/5... SP/13... TB/12... TC/15... TJ/25... TP/14...


Attending (1) "A" day, and (1) "B" day weekly is the first prerequisite step in achieving your next Belt level, followed by acquiring the minimum number of classes required. You will also have to be proficient in all of your required material(forms, kicks, self-defense, etc.), as well as have good conduct and a good attitude.

Belt Level

Minimum Number of Classes

White Belt to White-stripe

12 Classes

White-stripe Belt to Yellow Belt

12 Classes

Yellow Belt to Yellow-stripe

12 Classes

Yellow-stripe Belt to Green Belt

12 Classes

Green Belt to Green-stripe

15 Classes

Green-stripe Belt to Purple Belt

15 Classes

Purple Belt to Purple-stripe

15 Classes

Purple-stipe Belt to Blue Belt

15 Classes

Blue Belt to Blue-stripe

30 Classes

Blue-stripe Belt to Red Belt

36 Classes

Red Belt to Red-stripe

36 Classes

Red-stripe Belt to Brown Belt

40 Classes

Brown Belt to Brown-stripe

40 Classes

Brown-stripe Belt to Black Belt

48 Classes

1st Degree Black Belt to 2nd Degree

348 Classes

Classes you attend each week must include one class before Wednesday ("A" day) for Forms and Traditional technique, and one class after Wednesday ("B" day) for Self-defense and Sparring..