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COVID 19: Flatten the Curve


As we head into unprecedented times in our country, I want to take a moment to update you on what NVVA is doing to stay relevant and engaged with our community!





By NVVA STAFF 08/07/2020, 6:45pm EDT

New LYV High School format

By Rodrigo Gomes 07/28/2020, 5:45pm EDT

How a youth league helped build volleyball in Loudoun County

By NVVA STAFF 07/21/2020, 10:15am EDT






"We are also very proud of our kids who are making a huge sacrifice, giving up something they love for the well being of others. We also want you to know that as soon as this crisis is over, we will be back operating at full speed, to help your athlete catch up with volleyball and accomplish their dream of making their high school or middle school team during the Fall. "


Frequently Asked Questions

The safety and well-being of every student and staff member is NVVA’s highest priority.

Will the Virginia Volleyball Center be closed?
Based on this new information, NVVA has decided to close the Virginia Volleyball Center and postpone all of its programs effective 3/12. As we have said previously, we will monitor how the spread of the coronavirus evolves and evaluate any additional precautions that may need to be taken. 

What is the best way to contact staff?
If there are any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at  With our facility being closed, email will be the best way to contact our staff.  We will guarantee a 48 hour response to all questions sent by email.

How can I continue to improve my game while at home?
During this time where we are not able to gather in person to practice and play the sport we love, we have some exciting ways to stay involved using our social media platforms such as The Digital Volleyball Center.

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