SSD Early Development / Fundamental Skills Volleyball where the focus is to teach the game of volleyball in a fun way to youth players Grade 1-7. The emphasis is on fundamental skill development with the help of modified rules and equipment. Our teaching philosophy is to emphasize the components of Fun, Fair Play and Positive Attitude while the participant learns to play the game of volleyball. Our volleyball coaches are professionally trained in the approach and philosophy. Volleyball skills development for players with limited or no competitive volleyball experience.

Program features skills development drills, balance and conditioning, competitions and scrimmage each session.

Grades 1 - 7 split by age groups grades 1-4 & 5-7 on separate courts. Registration includes: 9 weeks of skills instruction, Family Fun Day, Mini-Tournament (older groups), plus a t-shirt or ball & water bottle and cinch bag.


SSD Competition Preparation / Learn to Compete is an advanced skills program for players serious about playing volleyball at a competitive level on school teams and potentially club teams.

Our Fall sessions are designed for those playing school volleyball to continue their skills development as well as prepare those who wish to play club volleyball after the school season.

We offer the only U13 & U16 development leagues in the Winter (January - March) and the Spring (April - June). Our league is ideal for players who love the game of volleyball and want to play in a league environment to gain more experience. This is an excellent opportunity for those players’ who are playing junior high school or high school JV or aspiring to play club volleyball, and want to continue playing in a competitive environment and further their skills development. It also provides an opportunity for athletes who did not make their school team but would still like to play volleyball in a competitive atmosphere. There are no cuts in our league. Registration is on a first come, first served basis so anyone can play.

Our August Summer Camps are designed to prepare players for school tryouts which begin the first week of September.