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Required forms/releases
These forms need to be filled out and signed in order to participate in the volleyball program.

Summer Athletic Participation Form

A parental release form allowing your child to participate in the summer volleyball camp.

Sport Screening Form

This a medical questionnaire form that requires a physical and doctor's signature. It must be signed and turned prior to any activity in the program. The form is good for one calendar year and the player must be re-evaluated each year.

Girls Volleyball Program Sponsorship We rely on outside fundraising like sponsorships to provide a comprehensive program to students at all levels in our program. With your help, we can offer Trabuco Hills student athletes the chance to develop in an enriching and supportive environment. Our goal is to help them succeed not just on the volleyball court, but also in life.


Become a sponsor to help fund the program and promote your business at the same time.

Sponsorship Form

Four levels of sponsorship (Platinum, Gold, Silver and Bronze) are available. The sponsorship levels offer various advertising opportunities to boost your business and support the program. 

Community Service Request Forms
Verification of your High School volunteer hours necessary for graduation.

Community Service ReqForm specifically for the Kids Volleyball Camp

A parental release form and the verification of hours worked at the volleyball kids camp. 

Blank Community Service ReqForm for any volunteering activity

This blank SVUSD form can be used for general volunteer hour verfication.

Parent/Guardian Permission
and Notification Form

This form is a SVUSD district form used to inform you of a voluntary off-campus tournament or activity that will take place and the method of transportation to the event. It also notifies  your daughter's teachers of the upcoming planned absence.  Please have the coach sign prior to the teachers.

Permission Form

The permission form secures your authorization, as a parent/guardian, to allow your daughter to participate in the tournament or activity.

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