In our ELEVEN years of conducting volleyball training, in addition to our travel teams, we enjoyed having over 1000 youth participants experience A5 Volleyball, with players as young as 7 years old! A5 youth programs are designed to establish a volleyball career path for athletes – starting at a very young age in our youth programs; then progressing to playing competitively in our elite club teams or in middle/high school and; finally helping them prepare for the pinnacle of their volleyball careers – college and beyond. There are two components of A5's Youth Program offerings:
- Instructional youth clinics are offered in Spring, Fall and Summer Camps. Programs are open to ages 7 to 14 years old (girls and boys).
- Competitive 12 and Under Program which competes locally, regionally or nationally depending on the level of the teams.
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Program DetailsA5 Youth clinics are designed with beginners and intermediates in mind. Intermediates can benefit from our program through proper technique progressions, skill execution and repetition. No experience necessary.
10 & Under - We use a lighter ball, smaller court segments and lower nets. The program’s focal point is fun and enjoyment; at the same time developing agility, hand eye coordination, body movement and ball control work. Team play is incorporated with motor learning and skill development. Ideal for young beginners.
11-12 Years Old - We continue to develop agility, hand eye coordination and court movement. More game play situations are introduced. This is a great way to hone skills or prepare for school or 12 & Under club tryouts.
12-14 Years Old - For those who want to keep their skills sharp, cannot commit to playing club volleyball or just want additional training. The first portion of each session will cover instruction-based drills then progress to competitive play where athletes will be divided into teams. Competitive game play situations are the norm and rotations are introduced.
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Confirmation of Enrollment
You will receive a confirmation email from our program administrator a few weeks before the start of the clinic confirming your child's enrollment. The email will also have details regarding what to expect and what to bring to the clinic. Thank you for your patience.
Payment of Fees
Registrations will be accepted on a first come-first served basis through our online registration system. Please be advised that, prior to previous years, your child is not considered to be registered until payment has been received. Once the online registration process has been completed and payment rendered, your child’s slot in the camp/clinic is secured. A5 clinics and camps have sold out for the past several years, so we recommend that you register and pay early to reserve your slot. Online payments may be made with a credit or debit card through PayPal (a link will appear once you go through the registration process). Payments may also be made with personal checks which may be dropped off in person or mailed to the SVC (A5 Volleyball – 11415 Old Roswell Rd., Suite 200, Roswell GA 30009). We are no longer accepting payment on the first day of the clinic/camp.
Cancellations and Refund Policy
To cancel a registration, please go to your account in the Players Corner on the main page of our website. It is located on the bottom left navigation menu. Simply uncheck the selection for the clinic/camp on your account. You may also send an email to email@example.com . For cancellations occurring 14 days or more before the first day of clinic/camp you are registered for, we will refund your paid fees minus a $25 administrative fee. Refund requests will not be honored once the 14-day deadline has passed.
The balance of the clinic/camp fee, less the $25 administrative fee, will be refunded only if:
– Family plans change and the participant can no longer attend. In this case written notification must be received 14 days before the opening date of the confirmed clinic/camp session;
– The participant does not attend due to illness or injury. A letter from a physician must accompany the refund request;
– The participant is sent home from camp due to illness or injury occurring at camp. Refunds are prorated in such cases and will be made only at the written request of the parent.
No refunds will be made if the participant does not attend the clinic/camp program (whether in partial days or full duration of the clinic/camp) or leaves early for any other reason, even if the slot is filled by another participant.
For any questions regarding our Youth Programs or Summer Camps, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org .