With October being anti-bullying month The Kovars Inc. and Aim High tackle the serious subject of bullying in our schools. Raising the question of 'what can we do' we discuss the subject and our solution to the issue. For more information please contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org to get involved. Also see www.donewithbullying.com
Check out this interesting conversation between Cyrus Cross and Dan Sikkens, both have been in the martial arts for over two decades and at Aim High celebrating 10years as they discuss the intelligent curriculum role out in the Fall of 2015. Aim High has gone through multiple changes of curriculum - shaping and reshaping the content as it develops. This would be the the forth change to the 'intelligent' curriculum. You might even be able to hear baby Scarlett in the background offering her opinions. for more information on the intelligent curriculum or the content taught on the floor please email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
I am just checking in! =) here we go over the kickathon results, I shout out for help on our fireworks booth coming up, and give noon class some much needing loving! Today, on Transparency! ideas for a show? email email@example.com and be heard.
It's okay sometimes, to be proud and toot your own horn! In this episode Danny talks about 8 levels of core beliefs that he believes makes the Aim High great.
Attention! Intel Employees! Employees who are working at a company that will match funding or time for funds! We need you! We need anyone willing to volunteer, help and support! =) Of course, right? What nonprofit doesn't. In our never-ending challenge to grow a 'non profit' martial arts school, develop martial arts in a modern world and change everyone's understanding of what we do and how we do it, we attempt to create a strong understanding in this podcast with Ms. Kelli Benedict! Kelli has been a long time supporter of Aim High and is on our funding committee. She works at Intel and is talking about how Intel Matches for every hour an employee volunteers. Let us know if you have questions, comments, or concerns - firstname.lastname@example.org
Take a listen and find out why Aim High is planning on a buzzing month this month! Open House, Buddy Day's, Parent's Night Out, and of course our huge fundraiser!
Tricking is an amazing combination of movements blending martial arts, gymnastics and break dancing into a creative, fun, exciting way to work out and push your body to your limits!
Cyrus Cross and Armand Rabanal work as our tricking team with a great group including guest instructors from all experiences on tricking.
JOIN US THIS FRIDAY FOR THE HAUNTED MASQUERADE AT AIM HIGH!
Friday October 31st 4pm - 7pm (come and go)
fundraiser | games | dance | haunted house | candy
There is a lot happening. I guess with a school peaking around 1000 students, including our online campus, and multiple programs, it would make sense for a lot of action to be happenin'...
this episode Randal Reeves and Dan Sikkens sit down and talk about the exciting results in the Warrior program and touch on other great programs and events for the month of October 2014 at Aim High, the largest nonprofit martial arts school, ever! (or at least that we can find.. =)
Can't believe it's almost here? Neither can we! The year seems to have flown by. Now it's back to school time. We have some very exciting, big, things happening this Fall, 2014. Launching an after school pick up program, Tangsoodo pillar class, A youth/kid Jiu-Jitsu program and hosting an exchange instructor from China to teach a season of Wushu. Check it out!
it's not easy but that's why we do it. In this episode we interview a long timer, Serena, and discover her thought on suicide, martial arts, and staying true to the meaning of youth development. We also talk with seasoned instructors, Randal Reeves and Jeremy Smith on how they handle talking to students when 'ruff stuff' happens on the floor. Martial Art instructors know a lot about kicking and punching, at Aim High, we train for more than 'just' that.
Back at it - this podcast represents a reboot of marketing, a transparent conversation on our East location, the new programs in the works, and the future of our podcast. For comments and input on this podcast please email Dan, our host, by sending an email to email@example.com.
Hi. Remember me? I'm Aim High's podcast =) This episode we go to a guest martial arts show that interviews our upcoming guest, Bill Kipp as he explores the ins and outs with FAST DEFENSE.
In this episode Dan sits down with Becky and Anna Gillock and talks shop about blackbelt, the journey and more. It's very interesting to hear different martial artists tell their story - and the different perspectives, gets, well... perspective.
Monte Carlo Night! Listen to Ron Schubert talk about our foundation and it's Monte Carlo Night, coming up April 12th, 2014!
An interview with Aim High Enrollment Specialist, Cyrus Cross... Talking about MMA, new students, drifting, tricking and the like! a fun listen for sure!
Transparency PodCast 3-3-2014 - A Teen's Insight - Talking with Taylor Williams and Christopher Hoskins
Talking to young people is sometimes in and of itself, a challenge. This, however, is far from the case in these two interviews with two blackbelt teenagers at Aim High Academy of Martial Arts on what is involved with being a blackbelt teen and their story. Well worth the listen as they are both, very impressive.
A topic of conversation, almost with everybody that enters the schools, talks to the front team and I'm always asked about is 'Money'. This will have to be an on-going conversation with different people that have the know on this topic. We talk to Adrienne Null, our front first impression's director, and Samantha Logan, the engine to ship - on the topic of money.
Today we talk to Tom Caldwell and John Wright about being 'prepared'. As an instructor, a student and a potential student. Interesting to hear the perspectives from two amazing instructors.
Our New PodCast! We are launching a method to keep connected in our organization and hopefully offer insights to industry leaders, school owners, new clients, current students and the like. To offer a suggestion on a topic for a podcast, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Happy listening!