||Bow when entering and leaving the dojang.
||Bowing is done from a standing position, feet together,
arms at the sides, by lowering the head slightly and bending
forward at the waist.
||Bow to your seniors before addressing them and bow again
when the conversation
||Bow when a black belt, who is your senior, enters the
||Everybody is responsible for the appearance of the dojang.
||If a junior displays a lack of knowledge of a rule or
an appropriate technique, it is the responsibility of the
senior to inform, clarify or teach.
||Do not go immediately to Mr. Sparks or the highest senior
present unless there is no one else present who can help
you. Seek help from your seniors who are one to four grades
above you in rank.
||You must train and attend classes regularly before attempting
to test. It is impossible to teach one's self the art or
to learn the art properly without group experience.
||No free sparring without permission of a black belt
in the school. If there is no black belt present, there
is to be no free sparring.
||Have a clean uniform at all times.
||No profanity, no loud talking and no horseplay
||Report all injuries to the instructor.
||No food or alcohol in the dojang, refrain from drug
abuse and no chewing gum in the dojang.
||Do not try any techniques until the instructor has shown
them to you.
||Do not face the instructor or your senior while tying
||Maintain discipline, know the Tenets of the Art and
the Student's Creed.
||Students who are more than 30 days late in payments
due to the school will not be permitted to train until
their accounts have been made current.