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CVCA Publications

We love to share the ways God is working at CVCA and the legacy a CVCA education leaves! From current families…to faculty and staff…to our alumni scattered throughout the world…there is no shortage of stories of where God has taken us.

 

The Viewbook

The Viewbook is a snapshot of life at Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy, providing information on our academic, co-curricular, and student ministry programs. Families interested in the Academy will find the Viewbook valuable in learning more about what makes a CVCA education different.

 

The Royal Weekly

The Royal Weekly is emailed to current students and parents every Monday to help them stay up to date on school news, events, and meetings.

Read the latest Royal Weekly HERE.

 

The Trumpeter

Published three times each year, The Trumpeter magazine highlights our students, programs, alumni, and school activities. To get a taste of life here at CVCA, see what alumni are up to, or take a look at the exciting impact of your gifts, check out one of the past issues of The Trumpeter below. (Simply click on the cover image of each issue.)

If you would like to start receiving The Trumpeter, please email Patti ZaubiAre you a CVCA alum and would like to re-connect with your alma mater? Please provide your contact information HERE or email Rachel Criswell to stay in touch or tell your story.

If you are interested in helping us share our heart and the impact of CVCA, please contact Marketing Communications Director Jessica Cooley.

 

Report of Giving

CVCA’s Report of Giving is published once a year with the summer issue (President’s Report) of The Trumpeter.

 

Trumpeter – Spring 2018
Trumpeter – Summer 2018
Report of Giving – 2017/2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Trumpeter – Spring 2017
Trumpeter – Summer 2017
Trumpeter – Fall 2017
Report of Giving – 2016/2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Trumpeter – Spring 2016
Trumpeter – Summer 2016
Trumpeter – Fall 2016

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