Online registration begins February 2, 9 am (PST)
No early registration
Our camps are open to any and all entrants. For your safety and benefit, we recommend that you choose a camp that fits your particular skills and level of development.
|Advanced Setters Camp
||9th - 12th grade
||Cost $700.00 Resident
|Cost $575.00 Commuter
This camp is a unique approach for a limited number of players who strive to improve their setting skills. There will be a ratio of only 4 players to each coach. The instruction will be focused and individualized.
|Advanced Skills Camp
||9th - 12th grade
||Cost $670.00 Resident
|Cost $555.00 Commuter
This camp is geared to advanced high school players looking to maximize their volleyball potential. Players whose goals are to improve their technique and tactical knowledge will find a challenging and rigorous program with excellent competition and outstanding instruction.
|Advanced Setters with Skills Camp||Setters Only|
||9th - 12th grade
||Cost $700.00 Resident
This camp is geared to advanced high school setters looking to maximize their volleyball potential. Camp 4 is for setters only and has very limited space. The camp will have some separate setter only sessions and will also be incorporated into the camp 5 sessions. Most of the instruction will be focused and individualized.
There is a $100 administrative fee (per camp) for ALL cancellations prior to May 1. No refund will be given for cancellations after May 1.
Typical Schedule for Overnight Camps
- 8:00 a.m. Breakfast
- 9:00 a.m. Practice Session
- 11:30 a.m. End of Session/Lunch
- 1:30 p.m. Practice Session
- 4:30 p.m. End of Session
- 5:00 p.m. Dinner
- 6:30 p.m. Practice Session
- 9:00 p.m. End of Session
- 10:00 p.m. In dorm
- 11:00 p.m. Lights out
Registration starts at 12:30 pm at Maples Pavilion (Camp 1, Setters’ Camp, July 9) / (Camp 4, Overnight Setters with Skills Camp & Camp 5, Overnight Skills Camp, July 13). Registration is from 12:30 - 1:00 pm on July 9 (Camp 1 – all campers) and / or July 13 (Camp 4, Overnight Setters with Skills Camp & Camp 5, Overnight Skills Camp). Camp activities will begin as soon as registration is over, so please be prompt. The first meal will start with dinner on the first night. Your daughter will be staying in TBA – Camp 1, Setters’ Camp, / TBA – Camp 4, Overnight Setters with Skills & Camp 5, Overnight Skills Camp. (Please note that the exact dorm has not been determined. You will be informed of this as soon as it is finalized). Commuter Campers will also check in at 12:30 pm at Maples Pavilion.
Commuter campers must register the first day only at Maples Pavilion from 11:30 - 12 pm on July 9 (Camp 1) and / or July 13 (Camp 5). All other days, commuter campers should arrive at Maples Pavilion no later than 8:45 each morning for Roll Call. They should be picked up in the evening at Maples no later than 9:15 pm. The last session will be held in Maples for final pickup. If you need to purchase parking passes, please go to the Parking and Transportation Services located at 340 Bonair Siding (the building in the southeast corner of the Maples Parking Lot), 7:30 am – 5:00 pm.
All campers will be checked out at 3:30 pm at Maples on the last day of camp for camps 1, 4 and 5.
As stated earlier, campers and staff will reside in TBA - Setters’ Camp / TBA - Skills Camp. The dorm will have day and night supervision during camp. NO BEDDING IS PROVIDED. Please bring a sleeping bag or sheets and blankets, a pillow and a towel.
We will not be collecting a key deposit this year. Please be aware that you will be charged $135 if your daughter loses her key during the camp. We will inform you and/or your daughter about the fee before you leave camp on the last day.
What to Bring:
Overnight campers must bring bedding (i.e. sleeping bag) and towels. In addition, campers should pack at least 4 t-shirts, 4 pairs of shorts, a pair of court shoes (preferably not brand new), 8 pairs of socks, a sweatshirt, pajamas, flip-flops, and toiletries.
Campers should be in their rooms by 10:30 pm and "lights out" is at 11:00 pm. Drugs, alcohol and smoking are strictly forbidden at camp and constitute, along with general misconduct, grounds for dismissal without a refund. If there is any damage to the dorm rooms, it will be assessed at checkout and will be paid for by the responsible parties.
For the security of her personal belongings, please remind your daughter to keep her doors and windows locked whenever she is not in her room, and remind her to keep her key with her at all times. Please leave any valuables at home. Stanford Volleyball Camp and Stanford University are not responsible for lost or missing items.
For those campers arriving by air, please make your reservations in to and out of San Jose Airport ONLY. Please fill out the Airport Information by June 1. We will be charging a $25 airport transportation fee each way. Please go online to pay for this charge or send a check to the Volleyball Office by June 1. We will arrange to have a staff person pick up your daughter at the airport baggage claim area. We will confirm your flight plans by email. Our staff person will be wearing Stanford Volleyball attire for easy identification. At the end of camp, we will return your daughter to the San Jose airport for her flight home.
Please plan for her to arrive in San Jose between 9:00 am – 11:00 am on July 9 (Camp 1) and / or July 13 (Camp 4 & Camp 5) and to depart no earlier than 5:30 pm on July 12 (Camp 1) and / or July 16 (Camp 4 and Camp 5). IF YOU ARE NOT ABLE TO MAKE AIRLINE ARRANGEMENTS BETWEEN THE HOURS LISTED ABOVE, PLEASE PLAN TO ARRANGE YOUR OWN TRANSPORTATION NEEDS.
Remember that we MUST have your flight information no later than BY JUNE 1, or we will not be able to accommodate you. If you cannot arrive / depart at the San Jose Airport between these times, please make your own arrangements for transportation to campus. Most people use Super Shuttle or UBER or Lyft. PLEASE REMEMBER TO BRING YOUR ID.
For those arriving by car, use the following website: http://www.stanford.edu/dept/visitorinfo/plan/maps.html. Find the map that shows directions from the major freeways. Campers who drive themselves will be required to park their cars for the duration of camp. These are available to purchase at check-in.
It is recommended that anyone who plans to watch his or her daughter during the week purchase a parking pass. Passes may be purchased at Parking and Transportation Services located at 340 Bonair Siding (the building in the southeast corner of the Maples Parking Lot), 7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. There are also metered lots near each gym. No permits are needed for the weekends or after 4 p.m. on weekdays.
- $150 deposit (per camp).
- Balance is due by May 1. If you have registered online, your balance will automatically be charged to the credit card on file. If you would like to pay your balance by check, please send the check by April 15 so you are not charged twice. If you would like to use a different card, please update your account prior to May 1.
- Evaluation Information is required during the online registration process. Please fill in all of the information that is required. Also, note that you can update your information up to June 1. The following information is asked: number of years of school volleyball (4-8th grade, JV and Varsity), number of years of club volleyball (non-travel/area and travel teams) and self evaluation number. The self evaluation number is on a 1-10 scale (1-3 is beginner, 4-7 is intermediate, and 8-10 is advanced). We ask that you consult with your daughter’s current coaches for her evaluation number. This information needs to be updated by June 1.
- Camps 1, 4 and 5 Airport Information (if applicable) is due on June 1.
- There is a $100 administrative fee (per camp) for ALL cancellations prior to May 1.
- No refunds will be given for cancellations after May 1.
All campers will be provided with a Nike camp t-shirt. Campers will need to provide their own shirts, shorts, shoes and kneepads.
There will be a camp store that will be open at check-in, check-out and during certain hours of the camp. Stanford Volleyball apparel will be on sale as well as sodas and snacks.
Watching Your Daughter Play:
You are welcome to attend any session of camp to watch your daughter play. A master schedule with group locations will be posted in Maples Pavilion daily. Four gym facilities will be used for these camps: Maples Pavilion, Arrillaga Practice Gym, Burnham Pavilion & Ford Center.
Can I Register Through the Mail?
No, every one must register online.
Information Needed to Complete Registration
When you register online, you will be asked a number of questions. Please have all of the information available before you start your registration.
Date of birth
Camper Cell phone
Grade (Fall 2017), School
Number of years on a club travel team
Number of years on a club non travel/area team
Number of years in 4-8 grade
Number of years on JV
Number of years on Varsity
Evaluation Number (1-3 - Beginner, 4-6 - Intermediate, 7-10 - Advanced)
**Please consult with your coach to help you with your evaluation number**
Health Insurance Carrier
Dental Insurance Carrier
Insurance and Medical Care:
Each camper must be covered by her parent’s medical insurance. A professional medical trainer is on duty at all physical activities during the day. Campers wishing to be taped must provide their own tape and pre-wrap. If your daughter is injured and needs to be taken to Emergency, we will attempt to contact you first. If we are unable to contact you immediately, your daughter's safety is our first concern and she will be taken to the proper medical facility. Every attempt will be made to contact you subsequently.
The following numbers are for your use in case of emergency:
Volleyball Office - (650) 723-1997
Denise Corlett’s cell number (650) 814-3040
Local Hotel Information:
Local hotel information is available at this link.
In May, you will receive an email ONLY if we have not received your balance payment and/or completed information.