- $49 for a nine-week spring Spikes youth volleyball program ($117 value)<p>
Choose from the following times: * 11 a.m. * Noon * 1:30 p.m.<p>
In groups of 20–30, players aged 6–13 master volleyball basics in a fun, laid-back environment during one-hour sessions that take place Saturdays for nine weeks, beginning March 29. Novice athletes circle up for five minutes of dynamic warm-ups, then learn and practice new skills, such as passing and serving, via drills and actual game play. Players should bring workout clothes but will be provided with a Spikes T-shirt at the beginning of the program.<p>
Pakmen Volleyball Club
When the students in Kelly Smith’s middle-school classroom wanted an extracurricular outlet for their volleyball skills, the educator was quick to oblige. He founded the nonprofit Pakmen Volleyball Club in response to the kids' request, personally devoting 30,000 hours to the cause and asking his crew of volunteers, including a former coach of the medal-winning Sheridan Bruins volleyball team, to help out with their own pro bono labor. As Kelly expanded the club to include year-round leagues and lessons as well as summer programs on the beach, his seasoned coaches began breeding champions at the provincial and international levels. With teams that range from recreational squads of beginners to die-hard groups of competitors, the club has something to offer every age, skill level, and shoe size.
Mississauga Secondary School
550 Courtneypark Dr. W
Mississauga, Ontario L5W 1L9Get Directions
West Credit Secondary School
6325 Montevideo Dr.
Mississauga, Ontario L5N 4G7Get Directions