In-House Coordinator Contact Information - Danielle Fuller
Phone Number: 603-948-7299
Welcome! We are excited to announce that our 2022 fall BAC In- House Volleyball season is officially open for registration! Click here to register!
If you have any special requests, please make that clear on the registration or email us.
What is In-House Volleyball?
In-house volleyball is a perfect fit for anyone who wants to learn the FUNdamentals of volleyball! This program is a low-key way to learn about volleyball in an atmosphere of friendly competition & good sportsmanship while improving (or learning) volleyball skills with people near your age.
We had a very exciting season last year with many girls and boys who have never touched a volleyball before, end the season being able to overhand serve, complete a three-person serve receive, build confidence in many areas of volleyball, and establish some new friendships. We are excited to build on these skills with the returning players and build new skills with those who may be new to the sport.
What Does the Season Look Like?
The season begins the second week in September and continues through to November with one practice a week. We have merged with Apple Valley so this gives us more opportunities to play. This means we practice at Burnsville gyms but most of our games occur in Apple Valley.
Grades 2-4: one practice a week and games on Saturday ending with an all-day tournament in November
Grades 5-6: one practice a week with one to two games a week with an all-day tournament in November
Grades 7-8: one practice a week with one to two games a week with an all-day tournament in November
What is the Cost of In-House Volleyball?
The cost for playing a season of in-house volleyball is $105. This cost covers a uniform shirt, gym time, referees for games, and printing. There are scholarship opportunities available to those who are unable to afford this price. Please contact us to learn more!
Each child will need to supply their own knee pads, supportive sneakers, and shorts.
Who Are the Coaches?
Each team is guaranteed to have one head coach that is on a volunteer basis by a parent or relative. If you don't know all the volleyball rules but still love coaching, we would love to have you still. A coaches skills meeting will be held for all coaches to learn some of the skills necessary for volleyball, how to teach them to players, and be given the rules and regulations for the sport.
Our goal for this season is to teach skills both for volleyball and everyday life and we are excited to see you this season!