Volleyball Camp Questions & Answers

  1. What types of volleyball camps do you offer?
  2. What is your cancellation/refund policy?
  3. What is the optional Cancellation Protection fee?
  4. May I purchase the Refund Protection with a credit voucher?
  5. What does my tuition include?
  6. Do you offer scholarships?
  7. Do you offer group discounts?
  8. What is safety like at your camp?
  9. What if I need to change camp dates or location?
  10. What are the medication policies?
  11. What if I have dietary needs?
  12. What if I have a physical disability?
  13. What should I bring?
  14. What forms do I need to fill out for camp?
  15. Is a physical required to attend camp?
  16. Is transportation to and from the camp available?
  17. What if I need to stay longer?
  18. How can I request a roommate?
  19. What are the differences between overnight, extended day and day camp options?
  20. Is there religion at your camp?
  21. What activities should a parent attend?
What types of volleyball camps do you offer?

Complete Player Volleyball Camp - Offers training in all aspects of the sport including leadership and confidence training.  The curriculum is all encompassing tohelp 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 strenght and core training  for volleyball athletes.  The camp teaches drills to improve power, vertical and overall athletic ablility to maximize the performance as a player.

Intro & Complete Player Junior Camp - These camps are designed for the younger and/or beginning volleyball player.  Thised camps help reinforce accurate techinque and form.

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What is your cancellation/refund policy?

 Camps Cancellation Policy

If you have to cancel, for any reason, we will issue you a camp voucher worth all camp fees paid less the $15 registration fee.  This voucher is good for any NBC Camps Event (summer camps, Varsity Academy, clinic) which occurs before December 31, 2018. Your camp voucher is only transferable to an immediate family member.  Cash refunds or more flexible camp credits will only be given with the purchase of Cancellation Protection. ( See explanation below)

Cancellation Protection

 The Cancellation Protection fee can be purchased for $50 per camp session, and is the only way to receive a refund in the event of a cancellation if you cancel before the cancellation protection deadline. If you cancel before the cancellation protection deadline, you will receive a refund of all Camp Tuition payments made less the registration fee ($15) and the cancellation protection fee ($50). If you cancel after your Camp Cancellation Protection due date, we will issue you a camp voucher for all camp tuition fees paid, valid for any NBC Camps event which occurs before December 31, 2018.

Cancellation Protection Refund Deadlines:

You must cancel before this date if you purchased the cancellation protection to have your card refunded.

        May or June Camps, you must cancel by May 1.
        July Camps, you must cancel by June 1.
        August Camps,  you must cancel by July 1.

After these dates, the cancellation protection will be for a camp voucher only.


Because we rent our facilities, we pre-purchase our rentals based on enrollment.  If you cancel too close to the start of camp we cannot refund you regardless if you purchase cancellation protection and can only offer you the opportunity to use all your monies (less the registration fee) for next year's camps. Make sure you know you will not receive cash back if you cancel too close to your camp start date.

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What is the optional Cancellation Protection fee?

The Cancellation Protection fee can be purchased for $50 per camp session, and is the only way to receive a refund back to you in the event of a cancellation. If you cancel by your Camp Tuition balance due date, you will receive a refund of all Camp Tuition payments made less the registration fee ($15) and the cancellation protection fee ($50). If you cancel after your Camp Tuition balance due date, we will issue you a camp voucher for all camp tuition fees paid less the ($50 cancellation fee and the $15 reg. fee)  valid for any event occurring before December 31, 2018. 

Because we rent our facilities, we pre-purchase our rentals based on enrollment.  If you cancel too soon before the camp starts we cannot refund you regardless if you purchase cancellation protection and can only offer you the opportunity to use all your monies (less the registration fee) for next year's camps.

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May I purchase the Refund Protection with a credit voucher?

No, the refund protection may not be purchased with a credit voucher.  A credit voucher may only be used for camp tuition.

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What does my tuition include?
  1. Room and board (extended day campers receive lunch and dinner only)
  2. Super cool, highly coveted NBC Camps T-shirt
  3. Exceptional teaching and individualized skill training
  4. International Tour Team Tryout (14 years and older) Click here for more information
  5. Workbook for goal setting, including take home skill training
  6. Personal coach’s evaluation
  7. Workout plan
  8. Athletic skills testing
  9. NBC Camps commitment to working hard to provide the best possible camp experience we can
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Do you offer scholarships?

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: Gail@nbccamps.com. For scholarships in 2018 we suggest you begin requests in March. 

If you would like to donate to help under privileged athletes attend camp please contact Gail Wright at Gail@nbccamps.com

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Do you offer group discounts?

Yes we do! If you have 5 or more campers, we can offer $10 off per camper. 

Download this form- the 5+ Discount Form.

You can email it to nbc@nbccamps.com or mail to:

NBC Camps
10003 N. Division Suite 100
Spokane, WA 99208

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What is safety like at your camp?

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 extremely 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.

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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 there is the camp you desire to move to is full.

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What are the medication policies?

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.

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What if I have dietary needs?

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.

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What if I have a physical disability?

If you have a physical disability that requires special attention other than what can be provided by a physical trainer, please contact the NBC central office at nbc@nbccamps.com

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What should I bring?
  • Signed medical release waiver
  • Bring Volleyballs for Alaska, Montana, Colorado, California, Kansas, Oregon and Whitworth Camps
  • Athletic Shoes
  • Warm-ups
  • Athletic Gear
  • Bedding and Pillow
  • Toiletries and Towel
  • Swim Suit (some locations offer optional swimming during free time)
  • Letter Supplies (a stamped envelope, letter and pen).  This is an all-camp required activity regardless if you are a day or overnight camper
  • Small Fan
  • $40-$80 Spending Money
  • Water Bottle
  • Alarm Clock
  • Small bag to carry your shoes and ball around campus

Please do not bring electronic equipment such as cd/dvd/MP3 players, TVs, jewelry or radios.

Day Campers must bring a lunch and snack.

Please ensure all your items are clearly marked with your contact information.

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What forms do I need to fill out for camp?

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.

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Is a physical required to attend camp?

No, a physical is not required to attend an NBC Camp.  However, you must completely fill out the Medical Release Waiver and bring it with you the first day of camp.

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Is transportation to and from the camp available?

Airport transportation is not availalbe for camp.

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What if I need to stay longer?

We discourage campers from staying an extra night after camp is over, and some 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.

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How can I request a roommate?

At NBC Camps there is no need to request a roommate in advance except at NBC Whitworth University and Simpson University.  To request a roommate, stand in the rooming line together the day of registration. 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. For those attending camp at Whitworth University and Simpson University please send in your roommate request either when you register or by emailing NBC Camps at nbc@nbccamps.com (please put rooming request as your subject) or by calling 1-800-406-3926.

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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 9:00 AM to / 3or4:00 PM.  Lunch is not included.

Tthe first and last day hours of camp may vary.  Please see specific camp web page for more details.

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Is there religion at your camp?

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 jennifer@nbccamps.com  She would love to answer any questions.

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What activities should a parent attend?

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.

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