Class Information

[Including Santa Clarita Park Registration Information]

We welcome you to the Budoshin Ju-Jitsu Dojo, established in 1967. We have been serving the Santa Clarita community since 1996 with a continuous instructional program in traditional Japanese Jujitsu.


Our classes meet on Thursdays, 7-9pm, in the Community Room at Old Orchard Park, 25023 Av Rotella, Newhall, CA. A map to our classes is below


Sensei: George Kirby, 10th dan and Marc Tucker, 7th dan. This is the ONLY DOJO IN THE UNITED STATES where both sensei were taught directly by the late Professor Jack “Sanzo” Seki! 


Black Belt Magazine selected Prof. Kirby for it’s 2007 Hall of Fame Instructor of the Year Award!


Please feel free to visit our class as often as you wish, watch it in operation, and feel free to ask any questions! You may also E-mail Prof. Kirby for information. 


If you would like to get on our secure email list for future announcements, please click HERE


ON-LINE REGISTRATION for the Spring-2020 session starts on Tuesday, February 18, 2020.. Walk-in registration starts on Tuesday, February 25, at the City of Santa Clarita Sports Complex The Centre, 20880 Centre Pointe Dr., Santa Clarita, 91350. 


If you wish to register online click here to get your customer ID and password. If you already have your user ID & password just click here to register


Students may register up through the third week of class.



SPRING SESSION CLASSES START on Thursday, March 19, 2020, at the Old Orchard Park Community Room, Newhall [Santa Clarita].


Fee:$50 for the Thursday 10-week session. There is also a $20 materials/insurance fee payable the first night of class. Minimum age is 10.


Click HERE to register.


Please be aware that once the “official” session is over you may attend intersession classes, usually 1-4 weeks, [same days & time] at no additional charge.  


Students under age 18 MUST bring a parent to the first class to fill out the class participant agreement.

Plese call 661 250-3700 or E-mail Prof. Kirby if you have any questions. A fairly accurate map [but not to scale] to the dojo is below.