For information & alerts text CHVB to 66599
There are multiple required components to the Colleyville Heritage Volleyball program.
Costs are per player:
1) CHVB Boosters Inc. Membership Dues Registration:
2) CHVB Boosters Inc. Team Fees:
3) Various additional/optional costs which vary by season (e.g. Souvenir Program, spiritwear, fan gear, event t-shirts, etc.)
4) GCISD District Fee for Athletes set annually by GCISD paid via Skyward
Tryouts usually start the first Monday of August - check home page for up to date information
Games are on Tuesdays & Fridays during fall semester (see Calendar tab for schedule)
Tournaments are as scheduled (see Calendar tab for schedule), and are typically:
Communication is a top priority for CHVB Boosters, and information is communicated via the following avenues:
CHVB Website: www.chhsvolleyball.com
See the SupportCHVB page for additional information
Each player is expected to raise a minimum of:
Players may sell sponsorships & program ads in groups. Proceeds from group sales are split evenly among players for credit toward their minimum player sales requirement.
Please refer to "owner" list before reaching out to sponsors ~ player who sold an ad the previous season has first opportunity to reach out to their organizations.
The University Interscholastic League was created by The University of Texas at Austin to provide leadership and guidance to public school debate and athletic teachers. Since 1910 the UIL has grown into the largest inter-school organization of its kind in the world.
The UIL exists to provide educational extracurricular academic, athletic, and music contests. The initials UIL have come to represent quality educational competition administered by school people on an equitable basis.
Yes, CHVB Boosters, Inc. is 501(c)(3) Organization. Section 501(c)(3) is the portion of the US Internal Revenue Code that allows for federal tax exemption of nonprofit organizations, specifically those that are considered public charities, private foundations or private operating foundations. It is regulated and administered by the US Department of Treasury through the Internal Revenue Service.
In order to qualify as a tax-exempt, 501(c)(3) organization, a nonprofit must exist for one or more exclusively charitable purposes: