Youth Volleyball

Register for Grove City Parks and Recreation fall indoor volleyball during August.
Register Aug. 2-30 | Practice starts Sept. 20 | Matches start Oct. 18

Youth volleyball registration takes place during the month of August. The cost is $60 per player ($65 for non-residents) and includes a team shirt. Late registration, accepted in early September, includes a $20 late fee and is available as room permits. Be prepared to provide age, grade, shirt size, emergency contacts and full payment. Participants sign up as individuals and are assigned to a team. Registration must be completed by a parent or legal guardian.

Practices start the third week in September and games begin in mid-October. League takes place in SWCSD facilities.

The five age divisions are: junior (grades 3-4), intermediate 5 (grade 5), intermediate 6 (grade 6), middle (grades 7-8) and senior (grades 9-12). Age groupings are subject to change based on number of registrants and availability of facilities.

The age divisions are:

  • Junior (grades 3-4)
  • Intermediate (grade 5)
  • Intermediate (grade 6)
  • Middle (grades 7-8)
  • Senior (grades 9-12)

After registration, parent receive a parent packet; completed forms must be completed and returned by before the child can participate. Submit by email (pdf only to Parks@GroveCityOhio.gov), or mailed to, dropped off at or placed in the drop box at the Kingston Center, 3226 Kingston Ave., Grove City, OH 43123.

Volunteer coaches are needed. If interested, complete a Youth Coach Application and return it to the Grove City Parks and Recreation office.

Download the Fall 2021 Frequently Asked Questions

Download the Youth Volleyball Rules

2021 Fall Key Dates

  • Registration: Monday, Aug. 2-Tuesday, Aug. 31
  • Practice: begins week of Sept. 20
  • Games: begin week of Oct. 18
  • Packet due date: TBD

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.