INSTRUCTIONAL SESSION UPDATES: Due to weather cancellations, the first instructional session will continue through April 7, 2014.
The second Instructional Session, geared towards high level 11s, 12s, 13s, and 14s who have ended their club season, who played basketball and did not play club, or who might be interested in working on skill training prior to the coming school year will begin Monday, April 14, 2014 and runs through June 2, 2014 (eight weeks). The cost is $175 and includes tees and awards. Registration for this session is currently open. Visit our Instructional Sessions page for instructions and forms required to register.
In the event of inclement weather resulting in cancellation of practice(s), an announcement will be made on Today’s TMJ4. Practice cancellation decisions will usually be posted or announced between 3 and 3:30 p.m. on any given practice day. An announcement in RED will also be posted on the home page of our website.
Next Level Volleyball Club awarded a Badger Region Volleyball Gold Seal for the 2013-14 season. The Club Seal Program, in its first year, is an award for those clubs running as a registered business entity and for following proper policies and procedures. Based upon certain criteria, clubs can be awarded a Gold or Silver Seal by the Region.
Next Level Volleyball Club is a member of USAV, JVA (in association with AVCA) and AAU. Our teams participate in events sponsored by each volleyball organization. While everyone is familiar with our own Badger Region (who is clearly a leader in the realm of volleyball across the country) and USAV volleyball, it’s important to recognize that there are other well organized groups offering excellent competition venues for our athletes. “JVA is a national association of Junior Club Directors who want to improve volleyball. The Mission of the Junior Volleyball Association is to promote the growth of youth and junior volleyball through program and resource development, education and events.” AVCA is an invaluable resource for volleyball coaches. It produces “Coaching Volleyball” and “Power Tips” – two valuable periodicals for coaches. The Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) was established in 1888 to provide a national governance of amateur athletics at every level and for multiple sports. Links to the these organziations can be found on our “Links” page. We invite you to visit each organization’s website to gather invaluable information and enhance your knowledge of the sport of volleyball.