Current Families & Students

Our School Family

Students, parents, grandparents, alumni, faculty and friends are what forms the community of CVCA. Without you, we wouldn’t be who we are or able to do what we do. Whether you are cheering at the games, helping with homework or donating your resources, we want to thank you for being our family and making us who we are.

Appearance Standards


Student appearance should enhance the spiritual, social, and academic atmosphere at CVCA. We desire to do all things to the glory of our Lord (I Cor. 10:31). We endeavor to provide student appearance standards that are reasonable and reflect our three guiding principles of modesty, neatness, and unity. It is our intention that student apparel be easy for students to wear, easy for parents to purchase, and easy for CVCA to supervise.

The following standards were set as the combined effort of many people. The Student Appearance Committee interviewed students, parents, administrators, teachers, staff s, and professionals in other private schools and implemented many of their suggestions. Success with these standards will require the support of everyone in the CVCA community. It is our hope that our student appearance standards will assist us in fulfilling our mission: to educate and cultivate servants for Christ.

Parents, please note that our apparel has been prayerfully selected to eliminate distractions and promote learning. We understand that God has given parents the primary responsibility for the nurture and admonition of their children. The investment that you have made in teaching your children about appropriate dress will be reinforced at CVCA.

While we have taken care to set precise standards, no list of standards can cover every possibility. We realize that whenever appearance standards are implemented, there will be unforeseen circumstances. In light of this, the administration will make the final decision concerning student appearance compliance should specific issues arise.

Privileges Carry Responsibility: A Message to Students

Within the style guidelines listed on the following tables, you are permitted to purchase your uniform style slacks and shorts wherever you can find a proper fit and price range. Please be aware that we will only be able to extend this privilege to you as you prove to be responsible. Take great care in adhering to our style standards: we are maintaining a uniform look. When in doubt about a garment, bring it to the office with the price tags still attached, and keep your receipts. Be careful to choose a modest, loose-fitting, business-attire size in all garments.

Additionally, note that items that are not listed in our standards may not be worn, with the exception of a reasonable amount of business-attire jewelry. Scarves, sashes, bandannas, suspenders, suit jackets, outerwear, sunglasses, and hats are not permitted.

Student Appearance Standards (SAS)

Basic student apparel consists of a CVCA monogrammed polo and tan-khaki slacks, shorts, or skirts. Additionally, a plaid skirt in two styles is available for girls. Students are encouraged to tuck polos in but are permitted to wear them untucked if neatness is maintained. Polos, jackets, sweaters and vests must be purchased through Kids Kloset Uniforms. Turtlenecks and crew-neck T-shirts will be available through Kids Kloset Uniforms as well as dress shirts (for young men), but all may be purchased elsewhere.

Clothing items must conform to the style and color standards listed on the Student Appearance Standards chart.

Purchase Monogrammed Pieces & Skirts

All monogrammed pieces must be purchased from Kids Kloset Uniforms (PDF).

Skirts are available at Kids Kloset

Kids Kloset Uniforms (LINK)
907 Portage Trail, Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44221 (MAP LINK)
Phone: (330) 929-1810

Calendars, Publications & Lists



The Trumpeter*

For Alumni, Parents & Friends


Parent Newsletter

  • Week of March 13th (PDF)
  • Week of March 6th (PDF)
  • Week of February 27th (PDF)
  • Week of February 20th (PDF)
  • Week of February 13th (PDF)
  • Week of February 6th (PDF)
  • Week of January 30th (PDF)
  • Week of January 23rd (PDF)
  • Week of January 16th (PDF)
  • Week of January 9th (PDF)
  • Week of January 2nd (PDF)

Student Supply Lists

  • Middle School Student Supply List (PDF)
  • High School Student Supply List (PDF)

Bell Schedules

  • Daily Bell Schedule (PDF)
  • Thursday Bell Schedule (PDF)
  • 1-Hour Adjusted Schedule (PDF)
  • 2-Hour Adjusted Schedule (PDF)

*NOTE: Only the most recent 6 editions of The Trumpeter are kept on our website. Older archives can be obtained by emailing our Alumni Coordinator at

**NOTE: Only the most recent 10 issues of THE LINK are kept on our website. For older issues, please email Jessica Cooley.


Need to check out this week’s delicious lunch menu? Pick your day below!
Stop by the Cafeteria or the Learning Commons to see our Salad offerings. PLEASE NOTE: MENU IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE

Please discuss any food allergy issues concerning your child with the Resident Director, Ann Simmons



  • Brown Sugar Ham Steak w/Scalloped Potatoes & Green Beans

  • Chef’s Choice

  • Cheese Pizza

  • Assorted Wraps

  • Assorted Salads

  • Fresh Fruit



  • Beef Nachos, Refried Beans, Salsa & Sour Cream

  • Hot Dog

  • Cheese Pizza

  • Hawaiian Pizza

  • Assorted Wraps

  • Assorted Salads

  • Fresh Fruit



  • Pasta Bake w/meatballs, Garlic Bread & Green Beans

  • Breaded Chicken Sandwich

  • Individual Pepperoni Stromboli

  • Assorted Wraps

  • Assorted Salads

  • Fresh Fruit



  • General TSO Combo

  • Ham and Cheese Pretzel Bun

  • Philly Steak & Cheese Calzone

  • Assorted Wraps

  • Assorted Salads

  • Fresh Fruit



  • Macaroni and Cheese, Green Beans & Applesauce

  • Corn Dog

  • Chicken Bacon Ranch Pizza

  • Assorted Wraps

  • Assorted Salads

  • Fresh Fruit

We are pleased to offer a new flexible and easy tool to manage CVCA lunch program payments. Families may make payments and enjoy a host of new benefits through PayForIt. Once parents have created an account, they can log in any time to view their account balance, set up recurring deposits, select automatic low-balance email notifications, and view purchases from the last thirty days. Deposited funds will be available within two hours. Each student will have a unique PayForIt account, as opposed to a shared family account. Parents can easily manage multiple accounts in one transaction.

Be sure to go to to create your account, then students will simply enter their student ID number to make a purchase. Cash or check will continue to be accepted.


How to find a student ID number in ParentsWeb:


  1. Login to ParentsWeb
  2. Under “School Information,” select “Web Forms”
  3. Select “CVCA Students Demographics” Form
  4. Student ID (pin number for lunch program) appears at top as “student UDID”


  1. Login to ParentsWeb
  2. Under “School Information,” select “Web Forms”
  3. Select “Family Demographics Form”
  4. Select “CVCA Students Demographics Form with UDID”
  5. Student ID (pin number for lunch program) appears at top as “Student UDID”

If you have any questions regarding the this program or process, please contact Ann Simmons at (330) 929-0575.

Transportation & Parking

CVCA does not provide busing for students to and from school. However, several transportation options are available.

Public School Buses

The following school districts provide busing to CVCA:
  • Akron (7th & 8th Grades ONLY)
  • Aurora
  • Bedford
  • Copley/Fairlawn
  • Coventry (Barberton, Norton, Manchester)
  • Hudson
  • Kent
  • Nordonia (7th & 8th Grades ONLY)
  • Revere (Bath, Richfield)
  • Stow-Munroe Falls
  • Tallmadge
  • Twinsburg
  • Woodridge

Walsh Jesuit Buses

Walsh Jesuit is making transportation available to CVCA students. Cost for the entire school year is $1500 per student. There are also options to purchase transportation services for any combination of the fall, winter, and spring sessions for $600 per student.Walsh will not offer the AM-Only or PM-Only service next year. Transportation is highly subsidized and has to run buses for both time slots regardless of ridership. Eliminating this option allows for more economical pricing.The Bus Reservation Form (PDF) needs to be returned with payment via check by August 1st. Students will be served on a first come first served basis. Seats are not guaranteed and are reserved when the payment is received.

Payments can be made to: Walsh Jesuit

Payments Should Be Sent To:
Walsh Jesuit
Attn. Steve Neal
4550 Wyoga Lake Rd.
Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44224

Please call Mr. Neal, Transportation Director, at (330) 929-4205 x164 with any questions.

Walsh Jesuit Bus Routes & Numbers (PDF)

Other Buses

Akron Metro Bus:

If you live in the Akron school district, Metro buses are available. Contact the Metro system for routes (330) 762-0341.

Worry Free Transportation:

This private transportation company provides a bus route starting in Euclid, traveling down the I-271 corridor to State Rt 8, with stops in several communities along the way. Families who use this service do pay a fee to ride. Contact Mr. Little at (216) 650-6805 for route and cost information. Registration Form (PDF COMING SOON).

Car Pools

Many students share rides in car pools. We would be happy to send you a zip code list of students who live in your area to facilitate the formation of a car pool. Students who are licensed drivers may drive to school, but they must purchase a parking pass from the school office.

Student Parking

Student Parking Pass Form (PDF)

1. Student drivers must be registered with a parking tag visible in their car prior to parking their vehicle on campus beginning with the first day of classes, August 16, 2016. Students must park in their assigned parking lot each school day. Violation of these expectations could result in having the car ticketed and/or booted which may cost up to $20 to have removed.

2. Steps in registering and obtaining a parking place/parking tag:

  • Pick up an information sheet and a registration card at the Welcome Center, or Main Office.
  • Submit or mail a copy of your driver’s license, car insurance card, and a completed registration form to the Main Office.

3. The parking registration form gives you an opportunity to designate your lot preference, i.e. north, south or east lot. The preferred locations will be assigned in the order in which the completed registration form and required copies (i.e. Drivers’ License and insurance company card) are turned into the office. Parking lot locations will be assigned in the order in which they are received according to class; Seniors first, followed by Juniors and Sophomores. (Preferences are not guaranteed.)

4. Assigned parking tags may be picked up in the main office during the month of August with the payment of the $60 parking fee. Please pick up your parking tag in the office before classes begin on August 16, 2016.

Student Events

Our students love to show their school pride, to celebrate their friendships and to get together to just have fun. Whether it’s Homecoming Week, Junior Senior Banquet, Exams, College Prep, or another school-wide fun activity, you can find it and all the event’s related resources here.

Below you’ll find the full calendar of student events. Need more info? Just click on the event name to expand it and click on the Read more button. Voila! Contact person, location, Google Map, event details and more!

CVCA Photography Contest 2017


Contest open to ALL CVCA students & faculty/staff
Submit your creative photography to the CVCA Photography Contest (email no later than Friday March 10 to enter and earn the chance to win prizes!

CATEGORIES INCLUDE: Student Life (School Spirit, Academics, etc.), Athletes/Sporting Events, Black and White, Portrait, Pictorial (Nature), and Illustration (Photo Manipulation). (No more than 2 photo entries per category)

No photography will be qualified without an entry form. All photos must be in jpg form, and no larger than 25MB. Pick up complete category descriptions and entry forms in room 129. If you have any further questions, please see Mrs. Stofsick in Room 129.

Entries will be judged on clarity, composition, creativity, & uniqueness

No Entry Fee – Sponsered By Jostens

(our yearbook representative) – NO MORE THAN FIVE ENTRIES PER PERSON

Student Clubs

CATS (Concerned About Teen Success)

Concerned About Teen Success (C.A.T.S.) is a multi-faceted youth development program. It prepares leaders to motivate and equip youth to reach for the future by making a difference today.

High school students are trained by adult leaders to confront issues facing their peers in a proactive, positive way.

By going to school classrooms with six or seven other C.A.T.S. members, you will confront often difficult topics that affect you and others. Your talent will be used to bring about original presentations including music, audience participation, and PowerPoints to make the case for healthy life choices.

You will become involved in your community in a way few students are. Peer to peer education bridges cultural differences, offers help to students in turbulent relationships, clarifies conflicting cultural messages, and affirms your future.

Find out more at:

Chess Club

Description and information coming soon!


Description and information coming soon!

Royal Fools

The Royal Fools is a Christian improvisational comedy group made up of CVCA students that seeks to entertain using clean humor. While we seek to be fools in the court-jester sense, we are also mindful of 1 Corinthians 3:18: “Let no one deceive himself. If anyone among you seems to be wise in this world, let him become a fool so that he may be wise.”

We generally have three shows per year, held in the CVCA chapel/auditorium.

SCRAM (Students Concerned Radically About Missions)

SCRAM (Students Concerned Radically About Missions) is a group of students interested in missions who meet from time-to-time during the high school lunch periods. The meetings may include missionary speakers, videos, discussion of mission-related topics, and prayer for CVCA alumni in the mission field.

SCRAM has no membership requirements or fees. Students are welcome to participate in as many meetings as they can. SCRAM funds come from the collection of Boxtops for Education.

Students interested in attending SCRAM should contact Mrs. Nancy Miller in room 132 to be added to the email notification list and related Google Classroom.

Ski Club

Come Join Us! We ski or snowboard every Monday at Brandywine. We will start January 9 and go every Monday until the season ends (usually in early March).

Family Members between 8 and 18 years of age can also join Ski Club!

The bus will leave CVCA at approximately 3:00PM. Meet in the gym foyer, dressed for cold weather and with your book bag. We will will ski/board from 3:30-7:30PM. You should be picked up at Brandywine at 7:30PM.

Costs: (including *Value Cards)

With Rental: $203.05 (International students: $118.90)
Without Rental: $139.00 (Includes a Club Card)
Transportation Cost: $30 (For the Season)

It’s as easy as…

  • Pick up a packet at the Welcome Center. You will need a password to sign up online.
  • Sign up through BMBW and pay online (LINK) (Sign up & pay by Nov 18 and get your pass before Christmas break! Final deadline is Dec 15.
  • Turn in your bus fee ($30 payable to CVCA) & permission slip (PDF) at CVCA Welcome Center by Dec. 15.

For more information, please check the Boston Mills Brandywine website (LINK).
More questions? Contact Mrs. Gini Thompson at -or- (330) 929-0575 ext. 270


  • There will be no bus transportation on days we are not in school, such as holidays and snow days, but we will still have ski club and a lesson. We will meet at Brandywine at 3:30.
  • CVCA Ski Club strongly suggests wearing a helmet. They can be rented at Brandywine for $10.00.
  • *Value Card can be used up to 4 times at $10.00 per snow pass redemption to be used any day at either Boston Mills or Brandywine by you or a friend. (If you have rental, your Value Card will include rental). This can also be used for tubing and late. Redeem at the ticket window.


The following items approximate the various activities and responsibilities of which you will be a part during your senior year. It is our hope that we can help you to have a profitable last year at CVCA. Please keep these documents and refer to them during the year so that you do not miss any important deadlines.

Senior Composite Photo


Although students may choose to have their personal senior pictures taken at another studio, they MUST use Woodard Photography for their senior composite. This photo will be used in both the yearbook and on the wall composite at the school. It is very important that these photos are all shot in the same manner with the same background and lighting. There is no cost to you for a “yearbook only” portrait session for those seniors photographed before our yearbook deadline. However, you personally need to make an appointment with the studio starting as soon as possible if you haven’t already done so.

It is important to have your composite photo taken before the deadline. After that date or if photo must be re-taken due to inappropriate dress, Woodard Photography will need to charge you anywhere from $25 to $100.

Appropriate Dress:

This is a professional portrait, which will be placed in the senior section of the yearbook and sent with your applications for colleges and scholarships. Formal business dress is required.

Gentlemen: Coat and tie. No exceptions.

Ladies: Suit or dress. DO NOT WEAR sweaters or tops that are tight, revealing, sleeveless, low-cut or immodest.

Yearbook Baby Ads


This May your senior will be graduating from high school. We would like to offer you a wonderful opportunity to publicly display your love and affection to your son or daughter by advertising in the yearbook. The CVCA Scroll, the school yearbook, reserves space in the Advertising section of the book for you to publish your final blessings, thoughts, words of encouragement, along with any favorite baby and/or senior portraits.

These “Baby Ads” help to defray the costs of publishing such a large 4-color volume and have become quite a tradition that is loved by all. All you need to do is to reserve your space as soon as possible, and then provide us with your message and photos.

We encourage you to have your prized photos scanned at a professional photo center (i.e. CVS, Walmart, etc.) and burned onto a CD. If necessary, we can scan them, but will NOT return the photos until after the book is published. For your convenience, we are providing advertising rates and an order form (PDF). Please return the order form with your CD or photos and personalized message by the deadline. Note that no ad space will be reserved without payment, and ALL copy and images. We ask that you send no more than three photos, and if scanned, in jpeg format.

Reserve your space today! The cost to you is $40 per block until the deadline found in the above PDF. Final deadline for reserving ad space can also be found in the above PDF, and the cost will be raised to $50 per block. A of the yearbook staff will be calling you in the next few weeks to answer any questions you may have.

Please note that in addition to senior baby ads, we can advertise your church or business at the same low rate. If interested, fill out an additional form and submit separately.

For any questions or concerns, contact Marian Stofsick at (330) 929-0575 ext. 226 or

Important Info for Seniors


    • Senior Checklist (PDF)
    • Senior Class Photo Information (PDF)
    • Diploma Order Form (LINK)
    • Graduation Announcements (LINK)


Senior Events