The Xiaolin are an order of monks settled in a temple found somewhere in the mountains of China. Not much is really known about the Xiaolin order, but what is known is that they have been in battle with the forces of evil for a very long time. Every few years, a group is trained at the Xiaolin Temple to become Xiaolin Dragons. Although monks such as the main characters were chosen and manipulate elements, neither is required, as seen with Jack Spicer, Vlad, and Jermaine.
Trainee: The lowest level, a beginner Xiaolin monk. These monks wear red robes with black belts. They mainly just use basic moves in combat.
Xiaolin Apprentice: The second level of the Xiaolin training. This is the level where the monks actually learn to summon their respective elements and use them in combat. They even learn to incorporate their elements with the powers of the Shen Gong Wu. The robes remain the same, but the sashes change from black to a dark blue.
Wudai Warrior: The third level of Xiaolin training This level somewhat takes what is learned from the previous level and increases it. At this level, the chosen monks are all given their own individual weapon and their own Elemental Shen Gong Wu, with which they are taught to combine and use with their respective element. Once again, the robes remain the same color, but the sashes change to a much lighter shade of blue.
Shoku Warrior: The fourth level of Xiaolin training, depending on who attains it. However, it appeared that all four of the monks were considered to be of this rank.
Xiaolin Dragon: Also referred to as Grand Master Xiaolin Dragon, this is the final and most powerful stage of a Xiaolin warrior. At this level, monks are most likely at their peak, able to use all of the skills they have learned and more. While there has been a lineage of Xiaolin Dragons, Dashi is the only known Xiaolin Dragon thus far.
Note: There may be other levels between Shoku Warrior and Xiaolin Dragon that are yet to be seen.
Master: This title is used to refer to a monk's mentor and their authority at the Xiaolin Temple. There is no indication that it has anything to do with the main ranks or if Omi, Raimundo, Kimiko, and Clay would ever attain the status in this essence.
Master Monk: A title used to address Master Monk Guan, who is clearly a master in tai chi. It most likely means the same as Master, since both Master Fung and Master Monk Guan are masters and monks in their own right.