Our Kids logo

Session: Volleyball Camp 11-15 year with STS (Strathcona-Tweedsmuir School Camps)

Volleyball Camp 11-15 year with STS

By: Strathcona-Tweedsmuir School Camps

About this Program:

  • Day Camp
  • Age 11 - 15 (Coed)
  • Specialized in Volleyball and Sports-Instructional and Training, offers 2 activities
  • 1 session date to choose from
  • Cost starting from $265
  • Busing available
  • Special needs support not available


RR2, Okotoks, Alberta, T1S 1A2

Campers will enjoy a week that is packed with technical learning and exceptional teaching to help you in your quest to become a better volleyball player. This half-day morning camp is perfect for hard-working players who want to improve their skills, take advantage of high-level techniques, and are ready to have lots of fun! Each volleyball camp will target advanced skills such as attacking, blocking, defense (read & react), passing and serving (jump serving), and age-appropriate tactical strategies. 

Volleyball Instructor: Al Taylor 
Al is a volleyball expert who has dedicated his life to the sport. He helps players develop skills that can be used in all areas of life. Volleyball is a unique sport that requires skill, teamwork, and interpersonal relationships. It combines speed, precision, power, and finesse and involves short contacts and constantly changing levels of play. Substitutions are brief and limited, making the game dynamic for players and coaches as they work to find the right combination of players. 

Al played for the University of Calgary for five years before being chosen for the Canadian National Men's Team. He captained the team at the 1976 Olympics in Montreal and played for the National team for five years, competing in many international tournaments. After returning to Calgary, he helped create the city's first volleyball club for young athletes. 
Al worked as a teacher for 31 years, coaching hundreds of high school athletes and coaches, leading them to several provincial championships. He also worked on club development, coach workshops, and volleyball camps.

Al's work with the National team led to him becoming the assistant coach for one year and then head coach for four years for the World Student Games in Zagreb, Yugoslavia. After retiring from the Calgary Board of Education, Al became the assistant coach for the University of Calgary Dinos Women's Volleyball Team, where he continues to coach today. Working with these young women has been very rewarding, and the team has made it to the National Championships for the last three years. 
Volleyball Instructor: Diane Johnson 
Diane went to the University of Lethbridge to study Education and Kinesiology. After finishing her studies, she returned to Calgary and taught physical education, leadership, and sports medicine at Centennial High School for five years. Diane has always been interested in health and wellness, and in 2010, she decided to focus on holistic health modalities. She now runs her own wellness consulting business, where she teaches young people the benefits of yoga and a holistic approach to nutrition. 
Diane is a certified yoga teacher, essential oil educator, and holistic nutritional consultant. She believes these topics should be included in every young person's education. Diane has been coaching volleyball in Alberta for 19 years, and most of her coaching has been with the 403 Selects Volleyball Club. During her time with the club, she has served as a Coach, Board Member, President, and Co-President. Diane has also worked with HITT Volleyball for the last ten years, where she coaches, instructs yoga, and provides nutritional consultancy services in various summer camps and developmental programs throughout the province.

Character Development: This program helps build the following traits

  • Physicality: Volleyball fosters physicality by requiring players to constantly move, jump, and use agility, strength, and coordination to play effectively.
  • Interpersonal skills: Volleyball fosters interpersonal skills by promoting teamwork, communication, cooperation, and mutual respect among teammates. Players must collaborate, support each other, and communicate effectively to succeed as a team.

Session Dates and Rates:

Aug 26 - 30, 2024
Calgary, AB

09:00 - 12:00


Recreational       Instructional       Intense or Competitive

Sports-Instructional and Training
Recreational       Instructional       Intense or Competitive


Location Address Pick up Drop off
Bus 1
McMahon Stadium, Red & White Club1833 Crowchild Trail Northwest, Calgary, AB, Canada7:25 am5:25 pm
Richmond Square Northbound 51st St and Richmond Rd3715 51st St SW Calgary, AB7:45 am5:05 pm
Kal Tire at Chinook Centre6607 Macleod Trail Southwest, Calgary, AB, Canada8:00 am4:50 pm
Southcentre Mall West Entrance at The Bay100 Anderson Road Southeast, Calgary, AB, Canada8:10 am4:40 pm
Landmark Theatres Shawnessy Parking Lot16061 Macleod Trail Southeast, Calgary, AB, Canada8:20 am4:30 pm
Heritage Pointe Gas Plus412 Pine Creek Road, De Winton, AB, Canada8:35 am4:15 pm

High Impact Volleyball Skills!
Boost your volleyball skills with us! Join our fun, high-level morning camp for dedicated players.


More from Strathcona-Tweedsmuir School Camps

This program, Volleyball Camp 11-15 year with STS, is offered by Strathcona-Tweedsmuir School Camps.

Camps.ca logo

Session: (Strathcona-Tweedsmuir School Camps)
Select location:

Your contact info:
Your message (optional):

Our Kids logo

Go back to profile
Volleyball Camp 11-15 year with STS
Contact name:
Scott Bennett

Phone number:
(403) 938-4431

Disclaimer: Information presented on this page may be paid advertising provided by the advertisers [schools/camps/programs] and is not warranted or guaranteed by OurKids.net or its associated websites. See Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy. Our Kids ™ © 2023 All right reserved.

Sign up to receive our exclusive eNews twice a month.

You can withdraw consent by unsubscribing anytime.



verification image, type it in the box


Our KidsFrom Our Kids, Canada’s trusted source for private schools, camps, and extracurriculars.