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Black Belt Testing Class

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Schedule & Fees

Classes held Monday through Thursday night

monday

tuesday

wednesday

thursday

Open Mat
5:00pm - 5:30pm

Open Mat
5:00pm - 5:30pm

BEGINNERS
5:30pm - 7:00pm

Beginners
5:30pm - 7:00pm

BEGINNERS
5:30pm - 7:00pm

Beginners
5:30pm - 7:00pm

ADVANCED
7:00pm - 8:30pm

Poomsae
7:00pm - 7:45pm

ADVANCED
7:00pm - 8:30pm

Point Sparring
7:00pm - 8:30pm

Cost for taekwondo classes is $75 per month
or $125 for two or more students from same family

 

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Master Marty Maye

Master Maye
Master Maye
5th Degree Black Belt

Master Maye began his martial arts training with Karate lessons at Lewis Karate in Scappoose (now Lewis Taekwondo), earning his Black Belt at the age of fifteen. Master Maye has also trained in Shotokan Karate, Kung Fu, Kajukenbo and Tae Kwon Do. He started teaching at the age of nineteen, eventually joining with Lewis TKD in 2000.

Master Maye has a unique style of teaching, where he tries to focus on the individual rather than the group, developing each person according to their skill level, strength and commitment. The martial arts training students receive is not limited to one style, instead it combines Taekwondo, Karate, and Judo. Each student is expected to draw on their own self-discipline and inner reserves in order to get the most out of the class. One of Master Maye’s favorite sayings is: “You’re only cheating yourself,” most often used when someone isn’t doing their best. Discipline at the Dojang is based on respect – for self, for others, and for the rules of the school.  Master Maye encourages students to follow the rules of the Dojang and the Tae Kwon Do code of conduct.

Master Maye is a 5th degree Black Belt. Competition was and still is something Master Maye enjoys. He has won three Sport Karate World Titles, was a member of the National Black Belt League and the National Karate Team DDX, and has been ranked as a top fighter in the U.S. for the past twenty years. Master Maye also competes in Olympic style Tae Kwon Do and has trained and coached many Olympic style and Sport Karate Regional, National, and World Champions.

 

Grand Master Lewis (Lewis TaeKwonDo)

Grand Master Lewis
Grand Master Lewis
Lewis TaeKwonDo

(Grand) Master Lewis (Lewis' Taekwondo) began training in 1968 in Washington DC at Joon Rees' TKD school while in the Marines. He continued training in Viet Nam with the ROC Marines from Korea when he wasn't in the field on a mission. After returning to the US, he was discharged, and then enlisted in the army, where he attended paratrooper and ranger school. During his assignment at JFK Center with the 6th and then 5th Special Forces, he continued his training under 5th SFG Master Sergeant Owen McDonald, who was in charge of the Ft Bragg TKD team. Upon leaving the army, Master Lewis moved to Scappoose and started his first school. Master Lewis continues to compete and teach and move up the ranks of World Tae Kwon Do Federation Olympic style TKD.

He is a (7th Degree Kukkiwon) certified Black Belt and is a USTU certified Senior Master Instructor. He was the Oregon USTU Senior coach for five years. He is a level 2 USTU National certified coach, an A-1 USTU level Referee, and the only USTU certified Senior Master Instructor in the state. He was promoted to 7th Degree at a special testing in New Orleans by a panel of Korean Grandmasters including Supreme Grand Masters Joon Pyo Choi and Hong Kong Kim. While there he competed at the US Open where he won a Gold Medal in Forms and Sparring. GM Lewis is currently the USA Taekwondo's representative for Oregon and in Vice President in charge of the Oregon State Championship operations. At the San Jose Nationals in 2005 GM Lewis was awarded the USAT's "Male Coaches" award for the tournament. In July 2008, GrandMaster Lewis was inducted into the USAT's Martial Arts Council of GrandMasters.

GM Lewis started the Scappoose High School Varsity Letter program in where it has been in place for more than 10 years now and has turned out numerous State and National Champions.

He has had quite a few National and International Champions, of which 5th Degree Black Belt, Master Maye is one. Master Sara Lewis, Master Kay Heino, Master Ashley Jobin, Master Bill Perkins and Arden Jones, Brittney Warnock and Claire Bernert are some of the numerous national and international champions he has trained over the years. Kara Marsh, a 3rd Dan from Scappoose was chosen as the August 2009 "Kick of the Month".