Disciplined By Nature

“Building Christ-like character as ambassadors for Christ through competitive excellence.”

We believe competition presents challenges similar to those every person might one day face throughout life. Although these trials may be on a smaller scale, the lessons we learn and ways we overcome them remain the alike.

CVCA’s Athletic Program is dedicated to developing Christ-like character and giving our best to advance His Kingdom through sports. We strive to promote working together to conquer fears, to overcome obstacles, to look for lessons and motivation in loss and for humility and opportunity in victory and to honorably represent our Lord Jesus Christ.

Athletics News

Athletics Calendar

Need more info on an event? No problem! Just click the event’s title to expand it & click on the “Read more” button for the full info!

BWL at East @ Bill White's Akron Lanes
Nov 30 @ 4:00 PM

Bowling vs East at Bill White’s

JV GBK at Tusky Valley @ Tusky Valley High School
Dec 2 @ 6:00 PM

Junior Varsity Girls Basketball at Tusky Valley

V GBK at Tusky Valley @ Tusky Valley High School
Dec 2 @ 7:30 PM

Varsity Girls Basketball at Tusky Valley

BWL at Firestone @ Riviera Lanes
Dec 3 @ 4:00 PM

Bowling vs Firestone at Riviera

WR vs Elyria @ CVCA
Dec 4 @ 6:00 PM

Wrestling Dual vs Elyria

9 BBK at Kenmore @ Kenmore High School
Dec 5 @ 12:00 PM

9th Grade Boys Basketball at Kenmore

7 BBK at Myers Lake @ Myers Lake YMCA
Dec 5 @ 12:15 PM

7th Grade Boys Basketball at Myers Lake YMCA

JV GBK at Triway @ Triway High School
Dec 5 @ 1:00 PM

Junior Varsity Girls Basketball at Triway

8 BBK at Myers Lake @ Myers Lake YMCA
Dec 5 @ 1:15 PM

8th Grade Boys Basketball at Myers Lake YMCA

V GBK at Triway @ Triway High School
Dec 5 @ 2:30 PM

Varsity Girls Basketball at Triway



Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy

4687 Wyoga Lake Road

Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44224

Map Details

1. Royals Stadium: Varsity Football, JV Football, Varsity Boys & Girls Soccer, Track & Field, Boys & Girls Lacrosse
2. Field #2: Junior High Boys & Girls Soccer, Junior High Lacrosse
3. Competition Field: JV Boys & Girls Soccer, Junior High Football
4. Field #4: Football Practice Field
5. Field #5: Junior High Football Practice Field
6. Field #6: Boys Soccer Practice Field
7. Field #7: Girls Soccer Practice Field
8. Large Gym: High School Volleyball & Basketball, Wrestling
9. Baseball Field
10. Tennis Courts
11. Softball Field
12. Small Gym: Junior High Volleyball & Basketball

Links, Forms & Fees

Fact Sheets/Start-Up Info:

High School (PDF)

Junior High (PDF)

Athletics J-Term Policy (LINK)
NOTE: The Athletics policy is under “J-Term Athletic Policy” near the bottom of the linked page.


Coach Evaluation (PDF)

OHSAA Physical Evaluation Form (LINK)

Rider Consent Form (PDF)

Sports Pass Application (PDF)


Athletic Handbook (PDF Coming Soon)

Athlete Health (PDF)

OHSAA Eligibility Guide for Athletes (PDF)

ADA Sports Nutrition (PDF)

Concussion Information Sheet for Interscholastic Athletes (PDF)


Ohio High School Athlete Association (LINK)

National Federation of State High School Associations (LINK)


A general athletic fee of $150 is charged to each participant in our sports program after the athlete is named to a team roster. One $150 fee covers all seasons and all sports.*
*Additional fees are required for participation in Hockey, Swimming & Boys' Lacrosse: See below.


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Royal Of The Week

Previous Royals Of The Week

Tournament Information

Baseball (Boys)

The boys competed in the Division II Akron District. They defeated Streetsboro 4-0 in the opening round. In the 2nd round, they fell to Chagrin Falls 0-1. Bracket (LINK)

Basketball (Boys)

The boys fell to Cleveland Central Catholic 40-61 in the District Final game. They repeat as District Runner-ups in the Stow District.

Basketball (Girls)

The girls fell to St. Vincent – St. Mary’s 31-66 in the Sectional Final. Bracket (LINK)


The boys finished 4th and the girls finished 6th at the Sectional Meet. Both were very close to advancing in the tournament. Joey DiBiasio finished 5th overall and Julie Gorbach finished 5th. This meet concludes the year for the CVCA bowlers

Cross Country

The boys and girls teams both qualified for the OHSAA Regional Meet. They boys finished as District Runner-ups and the girls took 3rd place overall. The Regional meet will be held at Boardman High School in Youngstown on Saturday, October 31st. The girls race is scheduled fro 11:45am and the boys race is schedule for 2:15pm. Meet Info (LINK)


The football team is in Division IV Region 11 for the OHSAA Tournament.

Golf (Boys)

The boys finished their season at the Sectional tournament.

Golf (Girls)

The girls finished their season at the Sectional tournament.


The boys dropped their first game of the Division I Kent District 1-4 to Notre Dame Cathedral Latin. Bracket (LINK)


The boys will host West Geauga on Wednesday, May 20th at 7pm in the first round of the OHSLA Division II State Tournament. Bracket (LINK)

Soccer (Boys)

The boys team ended their season with a 1-2 loss to Lake Catholic. They battle to the final whistle and left it all out on the field. Great season boys! Bracket (LINK)

Soccer (Girls)

They girls finished the year with a 0-5 loss to Hoban. They are the 2015 District Runner-ups. Great season girls! Bracket (LINK)

Softball (Girls)

The girls lost their first round game to Crestwood 0-5. Bracket (LINK)


The swim season came to an end at the District Meet this weekend. Our 6 swimmers represented CVCA very well. District Results (LINK)

Tennis (Boys)

The boys doubles of Bowe Andrews and Tomi Ruzics have advanced to the District Meet. That meet will take place on May 22nd & 23rd at Harvard Park in Canton. Bracket (LINK)

Tennis (Girls)

The girls season ended at the district tournament. Irene Norman qualified for districts in singles.

Track & Field

The OHSAA State Meet will be held on June 5th & 6th at The Ohio State University’s Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium in Columbus. Meet Information (LINK)


The girls lost to Hoban 1-3 in the District Semi-final on Tuesday. Great season girls! Bracket (LINK)


Ryan Bennett is the Div II State Runner-up at 138lbs. Andy Dobben finished 4th in the State at 145lbs. Championship Info (LINK)

Hall Of Fame

College Athletic Eligibility

If you are a senior who is planning to participate in Division I or II sports as a college freshman, fall is the time to register to be certified by the NCAA Eligibility Center. You must do this in order to qualify for college athletics at the Division I or II level.The NCAA Eligibility Center is in place to make sure student athletes take a certain amount of “core” courses in high school. Core courses include math, science, social science, English, foreign language, and some elective courses in these areas. It does NOT include courses such as Bible, computer courses, health, physical education, art, music, etc. You can see a list of CVCA’s approved core courses through the Eligibility Center website. Our high school code is 361771.


NCAA Eligibility Website (LINK)
NCAA Eligibility Guide (PDF)
NAIA Eligibility Website (LINK)

For the class starting college in 2008, the new rule is to have taken 16 credits of “core” course work. Currently, CVCA’s graduation requirements cover 15 ½ of those credits. Therefore, student athletes who wish to compete in Div. I or Div. II college athletics need to pay attention to the amount of core courses they will be completing. We at CVCA will do the best we can to advise potential student athletes this way, but we don’t always know the intentions of our students for college athletics. (Beginning with the Class of 2014, CVCA graduation requirements cover and exceed the 16 credits of core course work.)

Also, if you are a student-athlete and wish to compete at a college that belongs to the NAIA, there is a registration process to go through. You must register at (LINK).

Mr. Randy Tomich
CVCA Guidance Office
(330) 920-8204

Spirit Wear

NOVEMBER Spirit Wear Sale!

CVCA Booster Club is holding a big spirit wear sale for the month of November! CVCA gear makes a great Christmas gift!

  • T-shirts $8, (regular $15)
  • Long sleeve Shirts $12, (regular $20)
  • Crew neck Sweatshirts $20 (regular $25)
  • Hooded Sweatshirts $25 (regular $30)
  • Hoody $40 (regular $45)
  • Sweatpants $20 (regular $25)

*Sale applies to in-stock items only.

New NIKE Polos & Hats

CVCA Spirit Wear now includes Nike Polos in both men’s and women’s as well has Nike hats. Polos are marked down 10% for the month of November.