Team Information

Our program is designed to prepare our athletes to advance to the next level both mentally and technically.

Our programs instill and continue concepts of: autonomy, mental requirements for the next level, technical and tactical demands of a more advanced game. It is important that each team member have an open and willing mind to learn new things and be challenged. Training can be held at Greenriver Community College, Auburn High School, Kent-Meridian, Rainer Middle School and Kentridge High School.


Ability- Club
This level is for those new to volleyball.  This level trains once a week and focuses on technical skills to prepare them to move to the Power or National level.

Ability- Power
Club or school volleyball experience : ability to consistently attend 2 training sessions per week throughout the season.  Athletes must show capacity, desire, focus, and self-commitment, to improve.

Ability- National
Club or school volleyball experience : ability to consistently attend 2 training sessions per week throughout the season and 1 conditioning session per week.  Athletes must show capacity, desire, focus, and self-commitment, to improve.

Time Commitment:
Season Length
November/December -April/May-start and end times are determined by tryout dates and last tournament date.

Financial Commitment:

PCVBA will not be having a U10/11 team in 2017



U13, U14, U15/16 Power-$1,900 
Tuition includes uniform package, all tournament entry fees and other administrative costs associated with the club. They will participate in Power League, Regionals, Yakima Jamboree and two in-region day tournament.  They do not attend national qualifiers. There is an option for more tournaments and will be decided within the team.  The season ends with USAV regionals.  Payments can be made in installments over 4 months.

*”Competitive-Development” Playing Time
Playing time and position are balanced between each player’s need to learn a skill or position and that player’s ability to contribute to winning.  This allows for every player to play part of the every tournament, although play time is not equally distributed.  Strong competition provides the context for players to learn and develop.  Players who show a poor attendance recorded should only expect to play in positions with an amount of playing time that benefits the team, not the individual.


U14- $2400- See National team info

 U15, U16, U17, U18 National – $2,700 Tuition includes Uniform package, Power League, Regionals, Two National Qualifiers, (U14 will attend Spokane Qualifier and Yakima Jamboree), NW Juniors Presidents Day Weekend,  NW Juniors MLK weekend tournament, Emerald City Classic and administrative costs associated with the club. Payments can be made in installments over 5 months.  Travel Expenses and food costs are extra for all travel tournaments.

*Performance-Based ” Playing Time
These teams are nationally competitive and operate according to the rules of performance-based playing time.  The “Performanced-Based” coaching guideline requires that players be fully committed to attending all practices and tournaments while adhering to all team and club rules. The athletes’ performance and attitude on and off the court will determine their play time in tournaments.  The evaluation of player performance for the determination of playtime, as well as team strategy decisions, is entirely up to the discretion of the coaching staff. These guidelines are used to keep teams nationally competitive and to achieve team goals.  Coaches will provide a fair and impartial environment for each player to earn playing time.  Coaches will not discuss playing time as it relates to other players, and will not discuss strategy and techniques with any parent or player.

**If accepted into Nationals PCVBA will run an elite camp for the girls.  The camp is a requirement and we will have a summer package price which includes the camp, tournmanet fees, etc. as the end of the year approaches.


Uniforms are included in tuition

They include:  Warm Ups, 2 jerseys, 1 practice shirt, backpack, socks, whistle and lanyard, and volleyball.

Once the athlete commits to our club you will go back to the region’s website to finish the regional registration process, declare our club and pay the rest of the registration fee.  Here