Karate, the ancient Art of self-discipline. This Japanese system of unarmed combat (using the hands and feet as weapons of self-defense) requires great concentration. The serious student gains much in confidence, skill and memory. For some, it means constructively using their energy. For others, it is a means of building up strength and stamina. Very often, tournaments are conducted and deserving students are awarded certificates of achievements. The Karate Club is extremely popular at AIS for boys and girls, and takes the student from the initial steps of training right up to the Black Belt.

Karate practices are held on Saturdays 3 – 5 p.m.

Coach – Dr. V. Thanarajah (077-7302272)

Teacher – in – charge – Mr. Kevin Bennett (077- 1953534)