Evp Fall Programs

Time to clean off the sand and strap on your laces!

Our team at EVP has been working extremely hard to prepare for the upcoming season and has made new additions to our Fall program offerings. This year we have added a boys-only development league and a new advanced house league for 15U Girls! None of these changes would have been possible without the support of our community and as a team, we would like to thank all the families & individuals who have helped us get to this stage.



As our fastest-growing program, EVP has committed a lot of time and resources to improve our house leagues. Over the summer our team set a goal of providing the best possible programs including new drills, skills, and techniques to help athletes take it to the next level. This year we have added a new Advanced House League program allowing seasoned U15 girls the chance to play in a more challenging environment! In 2019 alone we saw that 40% of our house league players moved on to compete at the rep level with EVP or other clubs surrounding the area!

Why choose our house league?

  • Players trained by EVP’s Rep Coaches
  • Play time twice a week (1 practice and 1 game day)
  • Players receive practice shirts and game-day jerseys
  • Medals and Awards
  • Opportunity to compete in 1 house league tournament per session
  • EVP House Leagues are the fastest growing in Ontario!

What does a typical week look like?

  • One set night a week for team practice with one of our Rep Coaches (1 hr 30 min)
  • Sunday game days (1 hr of games)

For weekly session breakdowns and details on registration please follow the link below: https://evpcanada.com/house-league/

For Information and registration on Advanced House League please visit the link below: https://evpcanada.com/fall-2022-u15-girls-house-leagues/


Volleyball is a growing sport that we believe should be available to a variety of ages regardless of their skill! This Fall season we are offering three programs including:

  • Spikes (Ages 6 – 9)
  • Development League (Ages 9 – 14)
  • High School Spike Out (Ages 14 – 17)


The Spike program is for children aged 6 to 9 that focuses on making new friends, learning the basics of volleyball, and furthering skills to prepare for their future in volleyball! These programs run for 1 hour every week over a 7-10 week period!

Below shows each sessions breakdown and progression throughout the program:

For more information and registration, please follow the link: https://evpcanada.com/spikes/


EVP Development League is a program offered to players that are new or have minimal experience in volleyball. Throughout each session, core skills and fundamentals are taught in a variety of drills followed by gameplay designed to implement the skills learned in each session. Each session is led by an OVA-certified coach that wants to see our players excel and move to the next level!

Below shows each sessions breakdown and progression throughout the program:

For more information and registration, please follow the link: https://evpcanada.com/development-league/


The High School Spike Out program is for athletes aged 14-17 who are past the development stage of volleyball and are looking for more gameplay. This program runs every Saturday from 1:30-3 PM and Sunday from 5:30-7 PM. Each session involves 30 minutes of skill development led by one of our rep coaches followed by 50-60 minutes of gameplay.

For more information and registration, please follow the link: https://evpcanada.com/high-school-spike-out-program/


EVP Indoor Adult league is back in action and we are extremely excited to see teams show out. This league offers a great opportunity for friends to get together and play in a variety of different skilled pools. Our league options are:

  • Competitive Co-Ed 6’s: Tuesday nights (8:15 – 11:15 PM) @ Clearview Christian Reformed Church
  • Intermediate Co-Ed 6’s: Wednesday nights (9 – 11 PM) @ Clearview Christian Reformed Church
  • Intermediate Co-Ed 6’s: Thursday night (7:30 – 9:30 PM) @ St. Mildred’s Lightbourn School

Each team must consist of at least six players and must have a minimum of 2 female players to compete.

For more information and registration, please visit the link: https://evpcanada.com/adult-indoor-programs-2/

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