MVA SKILL TRAINING
Learn from our exceptional coaching staff to push your skills to the next level and have a blast in the gym. MVA Volleykids and Youth Academy run fall, winter, and spring clinics as well as summer camps. See our current programming below!
MVA FALL YOUTH CAMPS & CLINICS
VolleyKids is designed for our youngest athletes. 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 grades K-4th. T-Shirt included.
Introducing 56ers: a more in-depth experience for 5th and 6th grade (and experienced 3rd and 4th grade) boys & girls during the Fall season. 56ers is designed to bridge the gap between MVA Camps & Clinics and the MVA 12U club teams. It is a great option for athletes looking for an introduction to teams or those ready to put their Youth Academy skills into competitive action. Each week athletes will have one night of component and team practice and one night 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. There will be no practice on 10/31.
Youth Academy programs are a great option for your 5th and 6th grader. YA is run on an age-appropriate 12U height net and utilize 12U volleyballs, which are slightly lighter than a standard volleyball. Individual skill-development is our primary focus as our goal is to mold well-rounded volleyball players. T-Shirt included.
MVA WINTER YOUTH CAMPS & CLINICS
Lowered net and light balls with TONS of fun! Players are introduced to correct techniques by our experienced coaching staff. Learn the game of volleyball while meeting new friends and having a blast! Clinic runs on Wednesdays at MSA Fieldhouse.
Join our energetic, experienced MVA coaches who will introduce and reinforce basic skills and techniques. Quality training with once per week commitment. Clinic runs Fridays at MSA Fieldhouse.
No refunds will be issued for and reason other than one which has been clinically diagnosed by a medical professional. Before a refund can be issued, MSA must receive a verbal confirmation or written documentation from a medical professional, indicating the athlete can no longer participate in the class. in all cases, a $25 administrative fee will be deducted from the amount of the issue refunded.
Due to high demand of our camp and clinics, pro-rated amounts can not be issued.