Volleyball

SPARTAN GIRLS VOLLEYBALL IS ON!

Catch Spartan middle and high school girls volleyball starting this fall!

Game Schedule

Middle and High School Girls Volleyball Schedule

Practice Schedule

High School

Download the full practice/game schedule, and note dates/times are subject to change.

Middle School

Regular Season (Beginning Thursday, August 25th):

  • Wednesday⁠ — 3:45-5:15pm
  • Thursday⁠ — 3:45-5:15pm

How to Watch High School Volleyball Games

Membership to the NFHS Network is required to livestream middle and high school basketball games. Options include:

  • Monthly membership: $11.99
  • Annual membership: $79.99
Membership includes access to all Spartan home games and most of our away games. Some schools might offer a different link at no cost for their home games.

MEET THE SPARTAN VOLLEYBALL COACHES

Robert Houser

Coach Houser is the current Varsity Head Coach at Denver Waldorf and led the program to a couple of Regional Tournaments during his tenure. Coach Houser is a Former D1 Volleyball player with 6 years of coaching experience of various levels from Junior Nationals, club, high school, and middle school. Southern California Volleyball Association Player of the Decade.

John Houser

Coach Houser currently is the Assistant Coach of Denver Waldorf Girls Varsity and JV teams. John also is the Assistant Coach for the Denver Waldorf Boys Varsity Volleyball team. Coach Houser has coached various sports for 3rd grade through high school age athletes.  Coach Houser also was an Assistant Coach for Women’s Volleyball at Loras College in Dubuque IA. In between seasons, Coach Houser assists his son Robert operating Peak Volleyball Club specializing in volleyball training and skills development.

Learn More About DWS Athletics

Looking to learn more about the athletics program for middle and high school students? We want to hear from you! Contact Athletic Director Michael Quinn using the form below.

AT THE HEART OF DENVER WALDORF SPORTS

Our athletics program aims to reclaim youth sports for what they once were and always should have been: fun, communal and participatory. There are no tryouts or cuts, even through high school. Instead, each athlete is inspired to reach their highest potential, contributing to the team through enthusiasm, hard work, grace, and resilience. Every athlete has their place on our teams.

Learn more about what lives in the heart of Spartan sports and our strivings to serve the whole student in this blog post from Sarah Box.

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