MVA is excited to announce their newest programming option, Boys Volleyball! Join us for a introduction to the sport combined with great skills training and game play . We will introduce and refine skills and playing strategies while fostering a love for the game.
Our Boys Programming will be led by Aquinas Men's Volleyball Head Coach Rick Schroeder!
Our co-ed 56ers Program is a more in-depth experience for 5th and 6th grade (and experienced 4th grade) athletes during the Fall season. 56ers is designed to bridge the gap and is a great option for athletes looking for an introduction to teams. It is also a great compliment to our Youth Academy skills training. Each week athletes will have one night of component and team practice and one morning of league play. 56ers is run on the 12U net height and with standard volleylite balls. Program fee includes a practice shirt and a uniform shirt for the session.
56ers Program: Session 2
Our Youth Academy program is designed to develop young athletes by introducing and reinforcing basic skills and techniques, while continuing to foster a passion for the game. Classes are open to both boys and girls and are run on an age-appropriate 12U height net with a 12U ball.
Youth Academy Clinics
This program is designed to develop young athletes and introduce basic skills and techniques, while continuing to foster a passion for the game. Open to boys and girls! Run on a 12U net with a volleylite ball.
Youth Academy Fall Session 2
VolleyKids clinics are designed for our youngest athletes from Pre-K-2nd grade to 3rd & 4th grade. Participants will learn basic volleyball techniques and movements and will begin to foster a passion for the game! This clinic is run on a lowered net, with light recreational balls and is open to both boys and girls. Register for VolleyKids today!
For Pre-K-4th graders (athletes will be separated by age), open to boys and girls! Run on a lowered net with light, recreational balls.
No refunds will be issued for any reason other than one which has been clinically diagnosed by a medical professional. Before a refund can be issued, MVA must receive verbal confirmation or written documentation from a medical professional, indicating that the athlete can no longer participate in the class. In all cases, a $25 administrative fee will be deducted from the amount of the issued refund.
*Due to the high demand of our camps and clinics, pro-rated amounts cannot be issued.