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Include the following information: CVHAA’s goal is to provide the opportunity for homeschooled students of middle and high school ages the opportunity to play on competitive junior varsity and varsity athletic teams both within the Virginia Christian Athletic Association (VCAA) and against other private schools.
DSYS Football is a member club of FCYFL (Fairfax County Youth Football League), which is comprised of more than 22 clubs, 350 teams, 6,500 players and 1,200 coaches from 4 counties in Northern Virginia.
Local homeschool groups or networks can be a source of information, resources, activities, and friendship.
Va Homeschoolers includes descriptions of groups in order to assist you in finding a group that suits your family.
But why can’t the young at heart also enjoy this beloved sport?
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Today, the Roanoke chapter serves the Roanoke Valley and surrounding areas, including Martinsville, the New River Valley and Covington.