Volleyball Setter Camps

Learn New Setting Volleyball Drills

Volleyball setter camps are great for junior players and can

be one of the best ways to improve your volleyball setting.

Even if you're undecided about what position you want to play in high

school or club, attending a setter camp will allow you to get an idea as

to what the setter's responsibilities are.

Early on in your athletic career when you are trying to figure out what

position you want to specialize in, attending a summer volleyball camp

will give you an idea as to what its like to play in that position and

whether you'll be interested in being a setter in the future.

Volleyball setter camps are offered in different time frames.

Some camps last only one day and some are multi day camps.

Whether it's an overnight or a day camp these camps are usually

designed for those players interested in receiving specialized

skills when setting a volleyball.

Many setter camps are created as individual skills camps tailored to

those athletes that have a knowledge of basic volleyball skills and are in

high school.

There are typically two sessions. One in the morning and one in the

afternoon and both sessions focus specifically on all aspects of the

setter volleyball position.

Camp coaches will concentrate on breaking down the biomechanics

of the volleyball set, teach setting volleyball drills, tighten up and review

the volleyball setting technique and will often introduce the use of

specialized equipment like the volleyball setters training ball.

Additional volleyball setters training includes repetitions in setter

footwork drills, decision making, and the review and introduction of

various play sets commonly used in high ball and quick offenses.

Some camps use a hands-on approach with each camper being taken

through step-by-step progressions, which should include the basic


The responsibilities required in the setter position are reviewed in

addition to a focus on the appropriate footwork, hand positions, visual

cues, the correct timing for each volleyball set being trained and arm

movement mechanics required for the various volleyball sets.


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Once the basics have been reviewed then those setters who are ready

are also trained in advanced concepts that typically include

setting various quick sets and running an offense.

There are even volleyball setter boot camps that offer opportunities for

players who have proven to have the fundamentals to advance their

setting skills.

This type of volleyball camp offers video breakdown, movement

training, and games.

Volleyball setters learn how to improve their body control, increase

ball delivery accuracy and expand their repertoire of setting knowledge

through specialized instruction.

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  • Monday Volleyball Class (ages 11 - 14) - Stupak Community Center 6 - 7:30
  • Tuesday Volleyball Class (ages 13 - 18) - Mirabelli Community Center 6 - 7:30
  • Wednesday Advanced/Varsity Only Class - Chuck Minker Sports Complex - 4:30 - 6pm - Contact Coach April first before coming if you've never been
  • Thursday Volleyball Class (ages 13 - 18) - Stupak Community Ctr. 6 - 7:30
  • Friday Advanced/Varsity Only Skill Clinics (ages 13 - 18) - Veteran's Memorial Summerlin - 5pm - 6pm - Contact Coach April before coming first if you've never been 
  • Friday Volleyball Class (ages 9 - 13) - Veteran's Memorial Leisure Services 6 - 7:30

Boot Camp Volleyball Class Requirements

  • No online registration for Volleyball Voice Boot Camp classes
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  • Pay $10 at front desk
  • Kneepads mandatory
  • Classes close at 6:05, latecomers will not be admitted
  • You WILL sweat

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Breakfast Club 60

About Breakfast Club 60

  • Four Mondays 4pm - 5pm
  • 60 minute intense Training
  • Class Max 12 - Coed
  • Ages 14 - 18
  • No Beginners
  • Varsity/Adv/Elite Skill level
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  • Pay $195 for a four class pack Breakfast Club 60 
  • Pay $195 late registration (1-3 Mondays)


Elite training for very advanced hard working players who INTEND to play volleyball in college.

Exclusive opportunity to train with teammates/friends with similar high goals and are ready to push YOU and themselves to improve. 

Not for the curious, weak hearted or distracted player, we do more in 60 minutes than most clubs and teams do in three hours. 

If you’ve never attended a Breakfast Club class contact Coach April BEFORE registering.

Brunch Club 60

About Brunch Club 60

  • Four Mondays 5pm - 6pm
  • 60 minute intensive Training
  • Class Max 12 - Coed
  • Ages 13 - 15
  • No Beginners
  • Intermediate Skill level
  • Registration is Open
  • Stupak Community Ctr 
  • Pay $195 for a four class pack Breakfast Club 60 
  • Pay $195 late registration (1-3 Mondays)


Perfect for regular Boot Camp class players and players who've ALREADY played on a City of Las Vegas/NYS Elite local league team and who're interested in more advanced training and/or trying out for the Volleycats Elite 14s/15s/ local team competing in June/July/August. 

Private and Semi Private Lessons with Coach April
Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays

Ten (10) - intensive 60-minute sessions of semi-private (small groups of six) volleyball practices 

Sessions are a specially designed mix of skills conducted by Coach April within the one hour session

  • Private training class pack is $1050 for 10 classes. This includes gym rental fee 
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