In your programs, I`d put the actual age levels in the main headings. For example, "MTC Level 1 Training (Ages 12-14)"
If you have classes that handle all ages, then I`d have the programs
broken down by age groups, calling them specific names. In that case,
it would be "Beginner," or "Intermediate." Or you could get creative
and do something more interesting. But it should be immediately
Reason being that people would want to know exactly where they are
right now in kick-boxing, and which specific program they need to
enroll in for their particular skill set.
I`d put the price at the end of the description paragraph, and have the
skill level or age group in the main bolded headline. Price is
important, but not as important as "So where do I fit into this whole
You should have right in the home page, at the top, that you are
located in a single area. It`s a whole lot easier for someone to find
your site, see that you`re in Willow Branch, ID, and click away. As it
is, you don`t really say anywhere that you`re not a national
franchise....unless you are?
I don`t like that your main navigation bar is trapped in the Flash
heading at the top of the Home page. When I click "Home," it`s annoying
to have to wait the half a minute for the Flash movie to play just so I
can see the navigation buttons again.
In the nit-pick department, I don`t get why the Welcome message is an
also-ran, hidden to the left under the menu bar, when there`s all that
content about "What is MTC?" in the main center of the page.