About Us

Why Choose Core Values?

Core Values was created to help families in Jefferson County, CO that expressed interest in a club program but could not afford to enroll their child in a traditional program, or that couldn't or didn't want to, commit to the demanding schedule of a traditional club program. We currently have programs for kids 11-18 and all of our programs are available for girls and boys! We currently have players attending Arvada West HS, Conifer HS, D'Evelyn HS, Golden HS, Lakewood HS, Littleton HS, Ralston Valley HS  and several Jefferson County middle and elementary schools.

Core Values VBC is committed to a great volleyball experience. We do not have set age levels each year as we believe in catering to the community, not our program. Each year tryouts will be open to athletes 12-18 years old and we will form team based on tryout results. Practice times are reduced to allow for school and family obligations, and we hold our players to high academic and ethics standards. We believe in helping our youth develop both on and off the volleyball court and each season we participate in several volunteer projects in the community.

Unlike other programs we believe in supporting our community and we understand the value of our local recreation programs. Because of this, starting in 2016 we will no longer have a development program and will be recommending athletes check out their local CARA and YMCA programs if they are seeking something less serious than club volleyball.  

In 2017 Coach Cindy was named a national finalist for the Positive Coaching Alliance Double-Goal Coach Award. Double- Goal coaches demonstrate exceptional morals in teaching athletes life lessons through sport. Goal #1 is always to develop great people; goal #2 is to develop great competitors and athletes. Coach Cindy is the only volleyball exclusive coach in Colorado to receive this honor. 

"I am confident in myself and my teammates. I will be disciplined in my movement, my actions, and my reactions. I will celebrate my teams success and work to overcome our failures even if I'm not on the court. I am determined to be successful in all that I do, but I understand that I will not always be perfect. Failure is necessary when learning to be successful. I am not afraid to fail. I am determined to be 1% better today than I was yesterday." -Cynthia Dang, Core Values VBC