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St William Dads’ Club would like to extend an invitation to young athletes to join the fun and excitement of girls volleyball. Registration is open to young girls who will be in the 3rd through 8th grade this fall.  We are also looking for volunteers interested in helping to coach (or assist) our volleyball athletes. If you are interested, contact our athletic director at


CYO allows girls volleyball programs for Junior Varsity(JV)(5/6th grade) and Varsity (7/8th grade), which we hope to be able to offer based on interest. For 3rd and 4th graders, we run an Intramural program.

Each player must be baptized catholic or attend a catholic school. Players from the surrounding area of St William Parish can be accepted to our teams. Those parishes include St William Walled Lake, Holy Family Novi, Prince of Peace West Bloomfield, St Mary’s Milford, St Thomas West Bloomfield, and Holy Spirit Highland. If you have a question or need clarification contact our athletic director at

For registration please go to the St. William Dads' Club basketball page under the Athletics & Club tab.

We plan to start practices in August along with a volleyball camp likely the 1st week in August, the week before the season starts. Practice schedules will be determined by each team's coaching staff. Stay tuned for more details on practices and camp.


The mission of the St. William athletic program is to "provide student athletes foundational sports experiences focusing on fundamentals, teamwork, and good sportsmanship in an environment grounded in the Catholic faith."

Catholic Youth Organization Athletics is open to all Catholic Parishes or Catholic Elementary Schools/Academies within the Archdiocese of Detroit. It is a "Parish Based Program" open to all athletes without regard to where they go to school.   

Sportsmanship is the guiding principle of our athletics program.  It is exemplified by "conducting oneself in a true Christian manner regardless of any and all extenuating circumstances."  The Parish and School will be held responsible for the behavior of its coaches, students, participants, and spectators