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Unique College-Prep Experience

CVCA’s college-prep high school is uniquely different from many other educational avenues offered today. With a variety of excellent courses and electives to choose from, Schools of Distinction that provide in-depth career exploration, and many ways to earn college credit while in high school…there is truly something for everyone.

 

2019-20 High School Academic Catalog

 

 

2019-2020 Course Selection

It’s time for students to select and schedule their courses for the 2019-2020 school year. Review the 2019-2020 High School Academic Catalog as a family and make your class choices by February 11. The Guidance Office will meet with students between February 11 and February 22 to review their requests. Final schedules will be ready in August before the start of the new school year.


 

Jterm

With over fifty offerings to choose from, CVCA offers a week of in-depth study between the first and second semesters. Jterm promotes learning and discovery beyond the traditional courses. More >>

Schools of Distinction

With five speciality tracks within our comprehensive college-prep program, Schools of Distinction provide an innovative opportunity for students to explore professional fields and potential majors. More >>
 

Early College Options

There are multiple opportunities for students to earn college credits while studying at CVCA, including AP courses, CLEP, dual credit courses, and more. Contact your guidance counselor for more information. More >>

Online Learning

Students wishing to use online learning for credit recovery and electives are encouraged to investigate Sevenstar Direct. This is an optional, parent-paid program and does not replace CVCA’s course offerings. Contact your guidance counselor for more information.

 


 

Curricular Requirements

For Classes 2018 and Beyond

To graduate from CVCA, you must meet the State of Ohio’s minimum graduation requirements and CVCA’s curricular requirements. See your guidance counselor for more information.

Graduation Requirements

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Students
$1.3M
Financial Assistance
12:1
Student/Teacher Ratio
$13M
Awarded College Scholarships

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