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VOLLEYBALL - HCYA Lady Eagles

About our Volleyball Program

The HCYA volleyball program strives to develop Christian character and leadership in team members both on and off the court.  The teams are coached by knowledgeable and competent coaches who are dedicated to teaching the skills needed for competitive volleyball, but who also demonstrate and encourage Christian values and sportsmanship. 

The HCYA Lady Eagle Volleyball program is directed by Mrs. Mary Schulze  ( HCYAVolleyball@gmail.com )

Participation

  • Competitive Volleyball
  • No set amount of time is promised or guaranteed for games
  • Grades 5 – 12
  • No experience necessary
  • All girls will be assigned a team after “tryouts” based on their skill level and age
  • Uniforms provided
  • Games begin in early August and the season runs through mid-October. 

    A season schedule will be given out in early August.

  • Compete against public, private & Christian schools, and other homeschool teams
  • At least one tournament per team

Cost/Season Fees:

$ 50.00 Non-refundable HCYA tryout fee
$ 550.00 High School Team
$ 450.00 Jr. High Team
$ 20.00 HCYA fee  2019 - 2020 school year (Sept.1-Aug.31)

** Every player must join the HCYA organization.  This is not an option.  If you have joined through another HCYA organization, such as Sports Day, please complete the form and at the bottom note “joined at Sports Day”.  The $20.00 HCYA fee is per player.  There is no family rate for HCYA membership.

Please write two separate checks  
     1) to HCYA for the membership fee, and  
     2) a check to HCYA for the Volleyball season fee.

  • Volleyball Season Fee helps pay for cost of gym rental, coach’s compensation, equipment, t-shirts, uniforms, referee fees, and tournament fees.
  • All fees must be paid in full by August 12th. Uniforms will only be distributed after ALL fees have been paid in full. Please start planning now to have all fees paid by by or before August 12.

Thank you and may your time with the HCYA Lady Eagles Volleyball Program be an encouragement to your family.

Mary Schulze