Volleyball

 

Volleyball

This is our third year competing in Volleyball with T.A.P.P.S. against other Dallas-area private schools.

Volleyball is a Fall sport invented in 1895 by YMCA physical education director William G. Morgan. It is the only high energy and zero body contact team sport you can play indoors or outdoors.

Volleyball requires skill, fitness, strategic thinking, and the desire to play as part of a team. Whatever level you play at, volleyball can enhance your life by improving overall fitness and coordination.

We currently have two volleyball sports programs:

  • High School TAPPS Volleyball Program (9th-12th)
  • Elementary and Middle School Volleyball Program (5th-8th grades)

Please check back at a later date for 18-19 schedule

Volleyball Coaches

Tamara Wilkett

High School Basketball and Volleyball Coach

  • Worked/coached under Garland Girls Basketball Association (GGBA), and Sellers Middle School in Garland Independent School District (GISD) for consecutive years in the past.
  • Played volleyball all through middle and high school.
  • Played basketball from five years old all the way through college.
  • Made First team all District twice while in high school.
  • Graduated in 2010 from Garland high school and went on to play college basketball at University of the Ozarks for four years.
  • Was ranked #9 in the American Southwest Conference in 3-pointers.
  • After graduating in 2014, she went overseas to further her career in Germany and Belgium.
  • Enjoys coaching the girls at BHA the most because they work hard everyday.

Jasmine Yim

High School Assistant Volleyball Coach

  • This is her first year coaching volleyball.
  • Played competitive volleyball for 7 years.
  • Was captain of the BHA Varsity volleyball team since it began in 2012.
  • Was the official captain when BHA was accepted into TAPPS for two years in a row.
  • Won Honorable Mention All District in 11th grade and 2nd Team All District in 12th grade for BHA.
  • Enjoys coaching volleyball because she feels like this is what her purpose is for BHA.
  • Fun fact: She is planning on playing college volleyball at UTD in the Spring while also majoring in business management.

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“Brighter Horizons Academy will be a model Islamic educational system within which learners may develop to their fullest potential and become a generation of leaders and individuals who are highly motivated to be successful in this life and beyond.”

Mission Statement

“The Academy’s mission is to graduate practicing Muslim leaders and responsible citizens who are well prepared for college entrance and career challenges of the twenty-first century.”

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