Get in the game.
Participation in sports and recreation is one of many ways YWCA is on a mission to improve the lives of women and girls in our community. Children who participate in organized sports are more physically active, do better in school and report higher levels of self esteem, compared to their peers who don’t participate in sports.
Our recreational volleyball programs provide options for children as young as 1st grade to participate in volleyball, but we don’t just focus on volleyball. In addition to fundamentals of the game like hitting, passing and serving, we focus on the skills that will enable these athletes to be great teammates down the road: teamwork, communication, and leadership.
Beginner program for K-2nd grade focusing on the development of motor skills and introduction of volleyball fundamentals and teamwork.
A beginner volleyball program for children in 3rd - 5th grade. Athletes will learn the basics of the game and how to work in a group. No experience necessary.
An intermediate program for 5th-7th graders, designed to review fundamentals, while introducing steam strategies and advanced skills.
Stay active. Meet friends. Join a team. It’s not just for the kids. Game Point Adult Volleyball League at YWCA is a competitive league, open to ages 16 and up, that caters to athletes who would like to continue to play at a high level of the game.
A team consists of four players. End of season tournament winners will receive a t-shirt. Fees are due the first night of the league. Payments should be made to YWCA Front Desk.
Fall session dates coming soon!
Call 765-423-7020 for more information.