6-Time Instructor of the Year Kyosah Campo has been inducted into 6 Martial Arts Halls of Fame and is a 26-time Hall of Famer. Among his awards are the following: Legends & Champions Hall of Fame (Baltimore, MD): - 2007 Greatness Award - 2005 Master of the Year - 2004 Master of the Year
North American Black Belt Hall of Fame (Baltimore, MD): - 2003 Man of the Year - 2002 Outstanding Instructor of the Year - 2001 Outstanding Instructor of the Year - 2000 Outstanding Instructor of the Year
USA International Black Belt Hall of Fame (Pittsburgh, PA): - 2009 Outstanding Contribution to the Martial Arts - 2008 Master Black Belt of the Year - 2007 School of the Year - 2003 Master's Award - 2001 Pinnacle Award of Success - 2000 Instructor of the Year
Action Martial Arts Magazine Hall of Fame (Atlantic City, NJ):
- Esteemed Modern Warrior (2018)
- Ambassador of Goodwill to the Martial Arts (2017) - Goodwill Ambassador to the Martial Arts (2008) - Lifetime Dedication to the Martial Arts (2007) - Goodwill Ambassador to the Martial Arts (2003) - Excellence in the Preservation of the Martial Arts (2002) - Lifetime Dedication to the Martial Arts Spirit Award (2001)
World Wide Martial Arts Hall of Fame (Syracuse, NY): - 2005 School of the Year - 2004 Martial Artist of the Year - 2003 Master of the Year - 2002 Outstanding Contribution to the Martial Arts - 2001 Instructor of the Year
Budo International Martial Arts Hall of Fame (New York, NY): - 2006 Instructor of the Year A Note of Thanks: Although he has enjoyed the privilege of training throughout the United States in recent years, Mr. Campo feels his most important role in the Martial Arts today is serving the people of his community. He is especially committed to keeping our children off the streets and empowering them with self-confidence.
He would like to express his gratitude to his instructors, students, and family for their continuous support and encouragement. "It's very easy to be a great instructor when you have such great students. If it's true that the success of the teacher is measured by the ability of the students, then I must be a great teacher, because Wisdom Way students rock!"
Kyosah Campo accepting his induction into the North American Black Belt Hall of Fame
Kyosah Campo with fellow Hall of Famers Bill Wallace and Joe Lewis
Kyosah Campo with fellow Hall of Famers, David Carradine, Vincent Lyn, Cynthia Rothrock, Don Wilson, and Pan Qing Fu