The ATA Tiger curriculum program was developed specifically for children ages 3 through 6. This program offers children a strong foundation in essential character qualities such as discipline, respect, and communication. In addition, it is designed to improve children’s motor skills and enhance their ability to pay attention and follow directions.

This curriculum should provide students with the most fun and exciting training methods available for this age group. This program works in conjunction with other programs, thereby emphasizing the same important monthly themes and value system. Upon graduation, ATA Tigers graduate into the Juniors program with ease as the material is consistent.


The foundation of the Juniors curriculum is the education and development of life-skills, such as positive mental attitude, high goal setting, perseverance, self-control and confidence. Our training is designed to be fun and fulfilling for each student.  This is because Taekwondo is an individual activity rather than a team sport.  Therefore every student is an active and valuable participant in class.  They work out with kids their own age and progress at their own pace.  The ATA Martial Arts program is perfect for parents looking for an activity that is not just great exercise but that also teaches their school age children lessons they will use throughout their life.  The way children learn and what motivates them is the reason we offer a program exclusively for children.


Teens and adults programs provide a wide variety of ways to keep in shape. With emphasis on Leadership, Communication and Discipline Skills. It also provides self defense solutions for today’s world.

Coppell AMA (Adaptive Martial Arts)

Adaptive Martial Arts has been used by a variety of children, young adults and adults, including those with Attention Deficit Disorders, Autism, Aspergers, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Muscular Dystrophy, and sensory problems.

  • Ages 3-6 Tiny Tigers; 7-12 Juniors; 13 & up Teens/Adults
  • Individual, small group, supported mainstream, and mainstream classes are available.
  • We are an approved Therapy through both Baylor Children’s Hospital and Scottish Rite Hospital of Dallas



This is a hard question to answer without trying a class first. We have had children as young as 4 years old be successful in our program. Try a class for free.

No, you are not too old to begin martial arts training. Taekwondo regularly has students start at all ages. Taekwondo is a great way to improve your fitness and flexibility.

No, you will get into shape as you train. We have a series of exercises that you will learn as you progress through the ranking system which will enable you to perform the required testing material.

Taekwondo involves more kicking than karate. It puts a heavier emphasis on kicks and uses hands as backup. … Because karate uses many more hand attacks, legs often stay grounded. Taekwondo, on the other hand, uses a different leg stance because the body needs to be ready to perform fast kicks.

We recommend attending at least 2 classes per week. Our schedule is very flexible and includes classes of all age groups 5 days of the week.

It takes approximately 3-5 years to reach black belt. But black belt in our system is really just a new beginning. We have enough curriculum to last a lifetime and have many students training well past the 1st degree of Black Belt.

Does the school you are interested in require a multi-month contract or month to month agreement? We do not have contracts, our curriculum and the impact it has on your life is sufficient to keep you training.