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CVCA’s Digital Classroom Community

During this time of disruption, CVCA ONLINE is designed to temporarily continue student education as CVCA strives to Educate and Cultivate Servants for Christ. Our teachers are working harder than ever to reach their learning goals in an online environment and provide a high-quality education. We view this as a wonderful opportunity as we are in a unique position to innovate and continue embracing 21st-Century learning skills that students need to master in an ever-changing world.

What You Need to Know

Online classes begin on Monday, March 30 at 8:00 a.m. Before that date, please review the following documents to make sure you are fully prepared.

Parent Letter
Student/Parent Instructions

We are Committed to Students’ Well-being

The faculty and staff at CVCA are passionately dedicated to our students and committed to providing a vibrant learning experience through CVCA ONLINE. Please also know that we are praying for you – our students, families, and our nation – during this time. If you have a prayer request, please let us know. (Email [email protected].)

See you at CVCA ONLINE on March 30 at 8:00 a.m.!


Will you be taking attendance during this period of Online Learning?

Yes, we will be tracking attendance. One digital interaction is expected (minimally 4 days per week) for all students in each class. If students do not attend an online class meeting or complete their homework/assessment for a given day, they will be considered absent. If your student is going to be absent during this time of online learning, please call the school office and leave a message at 330-929-0575, ext. 218.

What if I have technical difficulties?

If you are having technical difficulties with your Chromebook please email the CVCA Tech Office at [email protected].

What if I left a book or school materials at CVCA?

Please contact [email protected] and our team can set up a time for you to retrieve your necessary class materials. Currently, the CVCA campus is closed to students and outside guests.

Do I need to wear the CVCA dress code during the real-time interactive classes?

Students are not expected to dress in CVCA uniforms. However, students are expected to dress modestly for synchronous online learning sessions. As a reminder, the PRINCIPLE of MODESTY is always in effect for all CVCA events on or off-campus. Anything which draws attention to oneself serves more to distract from this principle rather than to promote it. Additionally, we advise students to be out of their beds, appropriately dressed, and prepared to engage in the class.

And I am sure of this, that he who began a good work in you will bring it to completion at the day of Jesus Christ. Philippians 1:6

New Parent Partners Episode – March 19, 2020

Tune in and hear from CVCA administration and Senior Pastor of Grace Church, Jeff Bogue talk about the Coronavirus and leading students to look to Christ even through unsteady times. We don’t have all the answers, but know we are all in this together. This video will provide some practical help and encouragement.