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Junior Volleyball

Registration for 2021-2022 is Closed

Tryout Registration and JO Volleyball Season Registration have been combined into one registration this year.   A payment plan is available to be selected during registration.  There is an initial deposit at the time of registration.  A refund minus a $35 tryout and admin fee will be provided should a player not be placed on a team.

Current Mask Requirements

NOTE: At this time, masks are to be worn when entering and leaving the building.  Unless physically active, kids must wear masks; parents and coaches must wear masks at all times.  Failure to follow can lead to permits being cancelled.

What is Junior Volleyball?

Junior Volleyball is a youth competitive volleyball program that is played in the United States. 

The Woodbury Volleyball Club is a local, community club.  We strive to provide girls excellent coaching and the opportunity to play at a higher level, all at a reasonable price.

The Woodbury Volleyball Club is open to all girls who live, or go to school in the city of Woodbury. First preference to being placed on a team goes to girls who meet these criteria. If there is room for players on teams, other girls from the surrounding area are also welcome.

2021-2022 Age Definitions 

The JVA Board of Directors has voted to adapt the new Age Definitions announced by USA Volleyball, effective for the 2020-21 season. The date cutoff has been moved from September 1 to July 1. New age definitions can be viewed below. 

  • 18 and Under - Born on or after July 1, 2003
  • 17 and Under – Born on or after July 1, 2004
  • 16 and Under – Born on or after July 1, 2005
  • 15 and Under – Born on or after July 1, 2006
  • 14 and Under – Born on or after July 1, 2007
  • 13 and Under – Born on or after July 1, 2008
  • 12 and Under – Born on or after July 1, 2009
  • 11 and Under – Born on or after July 1, 2010


WVC follows the District Guidelines and WAA COVID-19 Policy. Click links below for additional details.

Tracy Emerson

Junior Volleyball Director

11s Volleyball

  • The 11s program will run from December into March
  • Grade Level: 4th & 5th grade
  • There are NO tryouts
  • Team will be capped at no more than 12 players (there is an opportunity to add a second team if there’s enough interest)
  • Playing time will be as close to equal as possible
  • Practices will be one evening per week with earliest times as possible, usually at Woodbury Middle School or Nuevas Fronteras, lasting about two hours
    • Please note: Since the practices are at public schools, there isn’t a guarantee that the night will never change. There may be times when the practice day and time will change due to school and Community Education needs.
  • 11s play in the Northern Lights Power League at the Midwest Volleyball Warehouse in Burnsville for some playdates and also in 1-2 single day events in the Twin Cities.
  • Click HERE for more information on the Northern Lights Power League. 


12s - 18s Volleyball

  • The season will begin in November with tryouts and end early April, depending on the tournament schedule
  • Each team consists of 10-12 girls and we will not form partial teams
  • Junior volleyball is a competitive sport and cuts are sometimes necessary
  • Teams will practice twice a week, normally two hours per practice
  • Each team will participate in weekend tournaments on approximately 8-10 different dates during the season
  • Teams will play in one out-of-town overnight tournament
    • The entry fee for the tournament will be covered by the program fee, but accommodations for each team will be organized by the team manager (a parent volunteer) and will be the responsibility of the families
  • The program fee information is outlined below.

2020-2021 Junior Fees

11s Program Fee $650

The program fee covers the following:

  • JVA Registration fees for the coaches and players
  • JVA Referee training for the coaches and players
  • Costs associated with implementing covid-19 safety procedures.
  • Gym rental
  • Net rentals
  • Equipment
  • Coaching stipends
  • Team registration fees for all weekend playdates
  • Mandatory coaches training
  • Team jersey (players to keep)
    • Team jacket (players to keep)

12s-18s Program Fee $1085

The program fee covers the following:

  • $35 tryout fee
  • JVA Registration fees for the coaches and players
  • JVA Referee training for the coaches and players
  • Gym rental includes the need to use gyms outside of school district 833
  • Costs associated with implementing covid-19 safety procedures.
  • Net rentals 
  • Equipment
  • Coaching stipends
  • Team registration fees for all tournaments, some are 2-day tournaments
  • Mandatory coaches training
  • Team jersey (players to keep)
    • Team jacket (players to keep)

Program Fee Payment

Program Fees can be paid in three installments online during registration.

Refund Policy-

  • Full refund (minus tryout fee ) will be administered if player does not make a team or declines a spot on a team within 24 hrs of team placement announcement.
  • 1st installment would not be refunded if player withdraws from team after 24 hours from teams being posted and before the first practice.
  • 50% refund (minus administrative fee, tryout fee and other incurred expenses) will be administered if requested after 1st practice and before first tournament.
  • NO refund will be administered after first tournament.
  • COVID related refund: If the club is not able to continue anytime during the volleyball season, refunds will be prorated for time in which we are unable to provide service.  

Why Choose Woodbury Volleyball Club

Team Size/Fair Play

  • Smaller team sizes vs. other clubs ensures more individualized attention when practicing for the benefit of player development, and more time on the court during matches, and sets.
  • WVC’s Fair Play policy ensures that all athletes who have attended practices and fully participated will see court time during matches.
  • Play will be fair, but not necessarily equal. 
  • Other for-profit clubs often take upwards of 12 athletes per team, and as a result, many of them see no meaningful court time during matches; this will not happen at WVC. All players will participate; this is a team effort.
  • The goal is to develop an entire team of athletes, and not just portion.


  • How do we keep our costs down?
    • We are a non-profit organization.  We do not seek to make money by providing this service.
    • The program is run entirely by volunteers, so the overhead and administrative costs are minimal.
    • Being a non-profit, we are able to get the district school gyms at a significant discount compared to for-profit clubs.
    • We have a somewhat shorter season than for-profit clubs, to allow girls to pursue spring sports.


  • You get a feeling of being part of your community.
  • Playing in the community club often allows girls to play on a team with their teammates from school.
    • Building on existing relationships forms a stronger team.
    • Creates lifelong friendships.

Consumer Driven Approach

  • There are multiple opportunities to be on the board and help make decisions for the club.
  • In addition to being on the board, there are opportunities throughout the season for other types of volunteering.
  • The club welcomes input and ideas from parents.


The Woodbury Volleyball Club belongs to the athletes, parents and coaches of our community.  It exists only to serve the needs of our developing athletes.  It is OUR club!