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Summer Hours take effect June 20 - Sept. 2 and some important student services are temporarily relocating. See the details.

Summer Camps

 

 

 

Item # Camp Name Grades Dates Times Location Cost Instructor
 6202 Volleyball All-Skills Camp 5-12 7/11-7/14 9am-3pm Main Gym $180 Raquel West
 6203 Volleyball All-Skills Camp 5-12 8/1-8/4 9am-3pm Main Gym $180 Raquel West
 6206 Volleyball Setter, Libero, and Hitter Camp 9-12 8/1-8/4 5pm-9pm Main Gym $180 Raquel West
 6210 Volleyball High School Freshman Camp 9 8/8-8/11 9am-3pm Main Gym $200 Raquel West
 6211 Volleyball High School Advanced Camp 9-12 8/15-8/18 9am-3pm Main Gym $250 Raquel West

  

Camp Descriptions

VB actionVolleyball All-Skills Camp

Volleyball fundamentals for boys and girls grades 5-12. This Camp is designed for all levels of players: beginners, intermediate, and advanced. Players will be divided by level of play. Coaches will demonstrate, explain volleyball techniques, and run drills to maximize as many contacts as possible.

Volleyball High School Freshman Camp 

Designed for those entering High School/grade 9. This camp will prepare players to compete for a spot on their school team. Players will be divided by positions, experience and ability levels. Focus is on training, improving techniques, developing skills and team work. Receive advice on showcasing skills for High School tryouts using strengths and abilities to secure a spot on a team.

Volleyball High School Advanced Camp 

Designed for varsity players grades 9-12 who are competitive and want to get ready  to play for a varsity team. Focus on individual skills and team work. Players will work on strategies and the mental game needed to win their games. Campers will work with Shoreline College coaches. This camp is very popular so we recommend early registration.

 

Volleyball Setter, Libero, and Hitter Camp 

For advanced competitive level players grades 9-12. Focus on position/skills needed for play in High School or competitive situations. Each player will receive personalized instruction to master keys to success. Enrollment is limited. This camp is very popular so we recommend early registration.

 

For All Camps:

Camp/Clinic Registration Form

Medical Waiver/Release

Volleyball Camp Flyer

 

Mail registration form and payment to:

Shoreline Community College

Attn: Athletics

16101 Greenwood Ave N

Shoreline, WA 98133

 

For Registration Questions Contact:

Sydney Hinnebusch, Program Coordinator, Athletics

206-546-4745 athletics@shoreline.edu

 

For Questions Regarding Camp/Clinic Content: 

Raquel West, Volleyball

206-368-6937, rawest@shoreline.edu

 

→ Medical Waiver/Release: Complete form and bring with you on first day of Camp.

→ All students should wear comfortable athletic clothing, appropriate footwear, and bring a water bottle.

→ Campers attending the extended-day 6-hour camps should bring a snack and lunch with them each day.

 

Thank you for supporting

Shoreline Community College Athletics!

 

 

Camp proceeds will be used to support Shoreline Community College Athletics and Varsity Sports and may include paying for or sponsoring any of the following: student-athlete scholarships; team uniforms and equipment; tournament fees; travel expenses; team events including trips, meals, awards, and banquets; indoor and outdoor facility rentals; media and technology (hardware and software); training and professional development; membership with professional organizations; and additional coaches’ salaries.

 

 

Coach Bios

Co-Head Coaches Raquel Chumpitaz-West and Mark West have coached at Shoreline for the last 19 years. They have both played at National Championships and internationally. Coach Raquel received the Washington NWAC Volleyball Coach of the Year and NWAC Northern Region Coach of the Year awards in 2015. She is a former Olympian who played in Moscow, 1980. They both coach boys and girls teams for their SpaceNeedle Volleyball Foundation. Shoreline’s Volleyball team has been Northern Region Champions in 2015, 2011, 2010, and 2001 and placed second in the NWAC in 2002.