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High School Boys Volleyball

There are three opportunities for High School boys to play organized volleyball:

  • FALL: NoVA HS Boys Volleyball League - see details below
  • WINTER-SPRING: Boys Club Volleyball
  • SUMMER: Outdoor Tournaments

Northern Virginia High School Boys Volleyball League (NVHSBVL)

NVHSBVL was started in the 2000s when school-sponsored boys volleyball was discontinued in Northern Virginia. The NVHSBVL provides boys across Arlington, Alexandria, Fairfax and Loudoun counties the opportunity to form teams around school affiliations and play competitive volleyball during the fall season.  Teams are coached by volunteers and are not limited to boys attending the named school.  Teams either practice at the school or at other local gyms.  League matches start in September and happen 1 to 2 times per week through early November.

The stated purpose of  the NVHSBVL:

  • Provide competitive volleyball opportunities for high school boys attending Northern Region schools of the VHSL (Virginia High School League)
  • Foster and promote participation in boys volleyball, with an emphasis on teaching the skills and sportsmanship
  • Obtain the addition of boys volleyball as a sanctioned varsity sport in the Northern Region of the VHSL in the very near future

The fall 2018 season saw record levels of participation, with representation from the following schools: 

  • Briar Woods HS
  • Chantilly HS 
  • Falls Church HS
  • Lake Braddock SS
  • Madison HS
  • McLean HS (2x)
  • South Lakes HS
  • Tuscarora HS
  • West Potomac HS
  • West Springfield HS
  • TC Williams HS
  • Woodson HS

This website is used by the league to track matches and results.

NVHSBVL is always looking for additional teams to join the program.  For additional information contact league commissioner Rob Baily.

High School Boys Varsity Volleyball

Although the high school league exist, Northern Virginia does not have school sponsored boys volleyball.  However, there is a major initiative underway change this.  To learn more, visit the Case for School-Sponsored High School Boys Volleyball page