Your school/district has nothing to do with your ability to get recruited. College Volleyball coaches are playing their main season when the high school season is playing; this means that college coaches are not at the high school matches evaluating and recruiting the high school players.
Club volleyball is the dominant vehicle for PSA's to get evaluated and recruited by college coaches. If you are not playing club volleyball, I suggest you consider this option. Beyond recruiting opportunities, club volleyball is very important because of the skill development which occurs because of all the extra practices and matches.
If you cannot play club volleyball, then you need to make college coaches find you. You do that by using technology to email coaches, attach your volleyball bio and to send out video. Video is the most important tool at your disposal to attract college coaches. With all the iPhone, flip videos, cam corders, iPads, etc., it is not difficult to capture and send out video to college coaches.
Don't blame your high school and its history; the previous players in the program did not get themselves into the 'view' of college coaches, they probably waited for someone to find them. That is not how the modern recruiting world of college volleyball works; you gotta work hard to get yourself in front of college coaches.
They can't recruit you if they don't know about you.