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Spring Volleyball

Registration Information

Please turn in all registration materials to the office by May 5th.  Required paper work # 1, 2  below:

  1. Registration Form and Participation Donation-Click Here
  2. Parent/Athlete Concussion Info Form-Click Here-Required-Don't need if already turned in for another sport

Season Information

Co-Ed Intramural Volleyball 

This intramural program is open to all students at JM and does not involve any traveling to other schools.  The “season” will be five weeks long. 

Volleyball will begin on Tuesday, May 9th and conclude on Tuesday, June 6th.  This program will run on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 4pm and 5pm.  This program will involve minimal instruction and maximum playing.  Students of all abilities and backgrounds are welcome to play.