Grove City Parks and Recreation offers indoor volleyball for youth in grades three through 12 each fall.
- Throughout the month of August.
- Online 24-7 or in person in the Kingston Center during business hours.
- Set up an account if you have not done so since January 2023.
- Registration must be completed by a parent/legal guardian.
- Be prepared to provide age, grade, shirt size, emergency contacts and full payment.
- Participants sign up as individuals and are assigned to a team. Girls and boys compete together.
- Parents and players are responsible for tracking and maintaining eligibility for school teams.
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- $70 per player ($75 for non-residents).
- Includes a team shirt.
- Late registration, accepted in early September, includes a $20 late fee and is available as room permits.
- Practices start the third week in September.
- Games begin in mid-October.
- Practices and games are Monday-Thursday evenings.
- Each team will practice then play on the same night each week.
- Leagues take place indoors in SWCSD facilities.
- Participants and spectators (including siblings) are to remain only in playing areas, restrooms and hallways leading to these areas. Violations may result in the department losing access to these facilities and the cancellation of the program.
- Age groupings are subject to change based on number of registrants and availability of facilities.
- The expected age divisions are:
– Junior (grades 3-4)
– Intermediate I (grade 5)
– Intermediate II (grade 6)
– Middle (grades 7-8)
– Senior (grades 9-12)
- Volunteer coaches are needed.
- Coaches of all levels must pass a background check; a list of disqualifications is available for review.
- If interested, contact the Grove City Parks and Recreation office.
2023 Fall Key Dates
- Registration: Tuesday, Aug. 1 – Thursday, Aug. 31
- Practice: begins week of Sept. 18
- Games: begin week of Oct. 16
Youth Volleyball Downloads:
- The Grove City Parks and Recreation youth volleyball and basketball leagues utilize SWCSD facilities for practices and games. The league will adhere to district guidelines for building visitors including those intended to promote community health.
- Please respect SWCSD property. No participants or family members/fans should enter other areas of the building, use tobacco/vaping pens or alcohol, cause damage or otherwise abuse the privilege of using the facilities, as this can lead to the loss of access to facilities and impact the department’s ability to offer basketball and volleyball programs.
Contact the Grove City Parks and Recreation at 614-277-3050 for additional information.
Ohio’s Return-to-Play Law: What a Parent/Guardian Needs to Know – Youth Sports Organizations
For athletes participating in youth sports organizations (non-school sports), parents and athletes are required to review the concussion information annually.