Complete Player Volleyball Camp - Offers training in all aspects of the sport including leadership and confidence training. The curriculum is all encompassing to help athletes develop and master skills to play the game of volleyball with excellence.
Volleyball Intensive Camp - This is an advanced camp designed as a supplement teaching to the Complete Player Camp which includes crucial strength and core training for volleyball athletes. The camp teaches drills to improve power, vertical and overall athletic ability to maximize the performance as a player.
Intro & Complete Player Junior Camp - These camps are designed for the younger and/or beginning volleyball players. These camps help reinforce accurate technique and form.
If you need to cancel for any reason up until one week prior to camp check-in, you will receive a full camp credit voucher for tuition fees* paid, good through the following year. If you cancel within one week of your camp starting, you will receive a half credit voucher of tuition fees* paid, due to camp fees incurred by NBC in advance of the program based on number of registered campers. Credit vouchers are transferable to any immediate family member and may be used for any sport. Participants who DO NOT attend their registered session without the aforementioned communication (no-shows for any reason) will not receive a credit voucher or refund.
To receive a refund instead of a camp voucher, you must purchase the Cancellation Protection plan (see terms below). However, if you cancel after your cancellation deadline, you will receive a camp voucher per the policy above. CANCELLATION PROTECTION
The Cancellation Protection fee can be purchased for $100 per camp session and is only available during your initial registration. In order to receive a credit card refund or check refund for tuition fees* you must cancel before your cancellation protection deadline. Cancellation deadlines are one month from your camp start date. (Example: camp starts July 15, cancellation deadline is June 15)
If you cancel after your Camp Cancellation Protection date and at least one week prior to camp check-in, you will be issued a camp credit voucher for all tuition fees* paid, valid for any NBC Camps event good through December 31st of the following calendar year. You cannot purchase Cancellation Protection after your registration has been processed. If you cancel within one week of your camp, you will receive a camp voucher for half the tuition fees* paid. *Camp Tuition Fee does not include the registration fee, cancellation protection fee, or any other item or gear purchased.
Please note: Cancellation Protection and Registration Fee are non-refundable. Pre-ordered gear is non-refundable after the order deadline.
If NBC cancels your student-athlete's camp due to COVID-related facility closures, government mandates or other circumstances, you will automatically be issued a credit voucher for your tuition fees* paid which can be applied to any NBC Camps event through the following year and used by any immediate family member.
3 What is the optional Cancellation Protection fee?
The Cancellation Protection fee can be purchased for $100 per camp session and is only available during your initial registration. In order to receive a credit card refund or check refund for tuition fees* you must cancel before the cancellation protection deadline. Cancellation deadlines are the first day of the month prior to the month of your camp start date. i.e. final payment date and cancellation date is May 1st if your camp date begins in the month of June, June 1st for July camps, July 1st for August camps.
If you cancel after your Camp Cancellation Protection due date and at least 48 hours prior to camp check-in, you will be issued a camp credit voucher for all tuition fees* paid, valid for any NBC Camps event good through December 31st of the following calendar year. You cannot purchase Cancellation Protection after your registration has been processed.
Athletes who cannot afford the cost of camp may request financial assistance through our scholarship program. If you feel you qualify for financial assistance, please send a request to this email address: email@example.com. For scholarships in 2022, we suggest you begin requests in January.
If you would like to donate to help underprivileged athletes attend camp, please contact Michelle at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Safety is our first priority. We work very hard to make sure our camps are safe. Campers are under careful supervision. Staff are personally hired by Directors and everyone receives extensive scrutiny, including background checks. The NBC Camps Leadership teams have children. We understand, as parents, what safety should be required - safe facilities, safe staff, and safe interactions with other campers. We work hard to go above and beyond safety expectations. Because we believe in the value of overnight camps, we also know the privilege you give us as parents to host your children overnight. This is a privilege we treat with the highest regard. Our goal is to love your kids like we do our own and expect nothing less.
9 What if I need to change camp dates or location?
Moving from one week of camp to another week or even a different location is typically not a problem and very easy to do. Please call 1-800-406-3926 and we would be happy to make any changes you need. If the camp you are switching to costs more, you will need to pay the balance. If it costs less, we will refund the difference. The only time we should not be able to help you move is if the camp you wish to move to is full.
We have trainers at each site. We urge the parent and camper to talk with the trainers if there are any pre-existing conditions you are concerned about. It is our policy that trainers keep all medication and monitor dispensing for your child’s safety.
We at NBC Camps are very flexible and are willing and ready to work with campers and their parents to accommodate certain dietary needs. If your child has food allergies or dietary needs please contact the NBC Central Office at 1-800-406-3926 and we will get you in touch with the Camp Director. The Director will make sure that the information will be passed on to the Food Service Manager in charge and special dietary needs will be accommodated.
Please print a copy of our Medical Release Waiver, sign and bring it to camp. All campers need a signed Medical Release Waiver to compete. Medical Release Waivers are available in the Registration Packets or click here to download the form.
We discourage campers from staying an extra night after camp is over, and most of our sites do not offer this service. If you are interested in staying an extra night, you should call NBC Camps to see if arrangements can be made.
You can request a roommate at time of registration or send us an email at least two weeks before camp to add a request email@example.com. It is important to the NBC Camps’ staff that campers are able to room with their friends. We will do everything we can to make this possible.
19 What are the differences between overnight, extended day and day camp options?
Overnight camps include all meals, housing and volleyball activities.
Extended Day camps are being offered at select sites and will enable campers to still have the NBC Camps experience at a cost savings over our traditional overnight camps, since campers will not stay in the residential dorms. Campers check-into camp the first day at 12:30 and end the same time as overnight campers. Campers will arrive daily at 8:30am (no breakfast provided by NBC Camps) and depart after evening discussion at 8 or 9 pm depending on camp schedule. Lunch and dinner are included. Parents must check with the specific site for exact pick-up and drop off times.
Day camps are offered and typically run 9:00AM to 3 or 4:00PM. Lunch is not included - bring sack lunch.
The first and last day hours of camp may vary. Please see specific camp web page for more details.
NBC Camps is a sports camp based on Christian principles of compassion, tolerance, respect, and belief in Christ. Athletes of all faiths have attended our camps. We believe every person should pursue his or her own personal faith. Part of our life skills training involves encouraging athletes to know what they believe. Studies show students who have a strong personal faith do better in school, make better life choices and are less likely to be involved in drugs and alcohol. On the final night of camp, coaches share how God has helped them become a stronger athlete and person. Our hope is for athletes to be complete physically, mentally, and spiritually. If you have questions or concerns about this topic, please contact Jennifer Ferch at firstname.lastname@example.org She would love to answer any questions.
Parents are welcome to attend any aspect of camp. We would like all parents to be sure to attend our parent orientation held on the first day of camp during the registration process. We would also like all parents to attend our closing ceremonies program on the final day at camp. Parents may want to spend most of the day at camp the final day, watching closing tournaments and games. Parents can pay for a buffet they can eat with their campers on the final day. For parents who live close by, you may wish to attend our Intensity Station which is held mid-week. Be sure to attend the parent orientation on the first day of camp to learn the specific times for camp events.