​This four day camp is geared to improve the individual ball skills and tactics of the participants in a fun, exciting environment. The coaching staff and returning VVHS Volleyball players who were in the 2015 and 2016 State 6A Semifinalist will lead campers through drills, games and strategies to improve individual and team skills. Come have fun, meet new friends and improve your game!!!!

In addition, it is an opportunity for players to be exposed to the VVHS volleyball coaching staff and experience the high school program and coaches firsthand. 


VOLLEYBALL CAMP SCHEDULE (subject to change)

Time                 Activity

9:00-9:15 AM Warm Up

9:15-10:00 AM Technical Session/Move of the Day/Quote of the Day

10:00 – 10:10 AM Break

10:10 – 10:55 AM Technical Session

10:55 – 11:10 AM Break/Snack

11:10 – 12:00 PM Games

Camps Offered for 2017:


Location: Ring of Fire -VVHS Gym

Date(s): June 26-29

Time(s): 9am-12pm

Cost: $90

Family Discount...2 or more registered from the same family receive a 10% discount off total - use code: Family2017

Designed for girls entering Kindergarten through 9th grade for the 2017-2018 school year, beginner to advanced in playing ability.

Items to Bring
Water bottle, Knee Pads, Tennis Shoes and snacks (concession stand will be available)

Camp to Provide
Camp T-shirt, Volleyball Instruction, Contests and Games



​Dawn C'deBaca: Head Girls Volleyball Coach at VVHS, Former collegiate volleyball player at NMHU (4 Year Letter Winner and Inducted in NMHU Hall of Fame), 7-Time District Coach of the Year, 22 years volleyball coaching experience

Melissa Rohr: Former Cibola High Stand Out Volleyball player, collegiate volleyball player at UNM (1 letter).

James Brockway:  Coach of the year in Iowa High School Association and current VVHS assistant coach.

Deven Bryan:  Former VVHS player and current assistant coach, pursuing degree at UNM.

Area High School Coaches: Select high school coaches from the region will be coaches at the camp

High School Players: A select number of local high school players will be coaches at the camp