Kenton Scott has been training in martial arts for sixteen years. Starting in Isshin Ryu Karate he has attained 1st degree black belt. Teaching for five years, Kenton has assisted in teaching martial arts classes with Thomas and Tyler Scott. Kenton has taken a leadership instructor role when teaching martial arts at a summer kids camp for two years and is currently instructing at multiple elementary schools with in DeKalb County. Kenton also competes in Muy Thai kick boxing matches and has a 3-0 record
1st Degree in Isshin Ryu Karate
Currently a College Student at Kishwaukee Community College
CPR and First Aid certified
Kenton Scott instructs the following:
Tomorrow's Heroes (4-10)
Tomorrow's Heroes (children) programs are based upon the TENKAICHI-DO system. Children focused programs will train students in self-discipline, motor coordination, physical self-defense, verbal de-escalation, bully prevention, child predator escape, active shooter safety, and other skills. This is achieved through the use of active games, role playing, and physical and mental exercises. Students will learn skills to help empower them to make appropriate choices in response to threatening situations and work towards developing themselves as a confident and unique human being.