Volleyball lessons are available for both private and small groups. Although club volleyball experience is helpful, I will take on beginner-level athletes as well.
- 55-minute lessons
- Twilight Arena in West Linn
- Single athlete - $90
- Each additional athlete - $30 (max 3 in a small group)
- All small group lesson combos of athletes must be pre-approved by Coach Chijo.
- Want 4+ athlete groups? - Contact Chijo for a custom quote
- New to volleyball lessons with Coach Chijo? There will be a full evaluation to determine whether continued training is available for your athlete.
- Any paid lesson fees are non-refundable.
NOTE: At least one parent must be present for the entirety of all lessons.
Questions? Call or text me:
During the upcoming 2023-2024 club season we will have extremely limited gym availability and therefore lesson slots will be at a premium. If you are interested in lessons during the season you must fill out the In-season Lesson Application.
Check out Coach Chijo's volleyball bio on the Portland Volleyball Club website.
Chijo is entering his 18th year coaching for PVC. This year he is the head coach of 12-1 Pink and assistant coach for 14-2 Green. He has coached 12U, 14U and 16U at PVC. Throughout his 30-year coaching career, he has provided quality skill instruction to club and high school teams while encouraging athletes to enjoy the game of volleyball.
Under Chijo’s guidance, the Pinksters were the 2011, 2012 and 2015 CEVA Regional 12U Gold Champions and were CEVA Regional Gold Division finalists for the previous five years. In 2011 and 2010, his teams played in the USA Volleyball Girls’ Junior National Championships (Atlanta, Georgia & Reno, Nevada). They also finished as a champion, finalist, or division winner at the Junior National Championships, Bay View Classic, Volleyball Festival, NCVA Cal Finals, Willamette Volleyball Classic, and NW Juniors Memorial Day Classic. Chijo won the PVC Coach of the Year award in 2010.
In the past Chijo was head coach at Wilsonville High School and La Salle Prep and varsity assistant at Tualatin High School where he started his coaching career in 1993. He led Wilsonville to a co-league championship in his first year, league championship in his second—the first outright league title in school history, and undefeated league title in his third. He also guided the team to the OSAA 5A Volleyball State Championship to finish 4th in 2007 and 3rd in 2006—the highest tournament finish in school history. Meanwhile, Chijo won the 5A Coach of the Year award for two consecutive seasons.