High School

CVCA’s high school program offers students more than just scholastic options. Beyond the outstanding college-prep courses and electives, students have the opportunity to take part in a School of Distinction, exciting JTerm/Mterm trips and experiences, ways to earn college credit, and an immersive Christian experience of Bible classes, Chapels, and other Student Ministries activities.

A relational impact

While our students certainly benefit from an exceptional curriculum, it is the CVCA faculty that often makes a deeper impact in their lives. As passionate Christian educators, our teachers seek to help students discover their unique God-given gifts and then guide them to develop those gifts for success in college and beyond. Our goal is that through this very purposeful engagement, students will grow academically, socially, and spiritually, and graduate prepared to impact their world for Christ.

A relational impact

While our students certainly benefit from an exceptional curriculum, it is the CVCA faculty that often makes a deeper impact in their lives. As passionate Christian educators, our teachers seek to help students discover their unique God-given gifts and then guide them to develop those gifts for success in college and beyond. Our goal is that through this very purposeful engagement, students will grow academically, socially, and spiritually, and graduate prepared to impact their world for Christ.

Student Life

We are committed to providing our students with experiences and opportunities that will foster in them a servant’s heart while helping them find a place of community within the larger student body. These opportunities also give students a place to pursue their interests and talents beyond the classroom.

Student Life

We are committed to providing our students with experiences and opportunities that will foster in them a servant’s heart while helping them find a place of community within the larger student body. These opportunities also give students a place to pursue their interests and talents beyond the classroom.

Schools of Distinction

CVCA’s Schools of Distinction provide two-year specialty tracks for juniors and seniors wanting to explore and prepare for careers in the Arts and Humanities, Business, Engineering, Medicine, or Ministry. Each school provides students with experiential learning within their professional fields through advanced electives, mentoring, and internships, thus providing insight into God’s calling for their lives. Some of the Schools of Distinction courses offer college credit options.

School of Arts
& Humanities

SOAH

School of business
& Entrepreneurship

SOBE

School of
engineering

SOE

School of Medical
Professions

SOMP

School of
Ministry

SOM

Jterm / Mterm Experience

The mission of Jterm/Mterm is to increase opportunities for learning and exploration that challenge students in areas of their interests and encourage deeper faculty-student relationships. Enrichment electives, educational travel, service, mission trips, and career experience opportunities are offered. 

Jterm is held in January immediately after Christmas break when second semester is in an odd calendar year. Mterm is held in March of even years. 

Jterm / Mterm Experience

The mission of Jterm/Mterm is to increase opportunities for learning and exploration that challenge students in areas of their interests and encourage deeper faculty-student relationships. Enrichment electives, educational travel, service, mission trips, and career experience opportunities are offered. 

Jterm is held in January immediately after Christmas break when second semester is in an odd calendar year. Mterm is held in March of even years. 

College Credit Opportunities

Earning college credits during high school allows students to enter college or university with advanced standing, often having already completed some collegiate general education requirements. In addition to the learning opportunities that advanced coursework provides, earning college credits while in high school can provide significant financial savings. Many avenues to college credit during high school are affordable or free compared to the cost of traditional college tuition.

College Credit Opportunities

Earning college credits during high school allows students to enter college or university with advanced standing, often having already completed some collegiate general education requirements. In addition to the learning opportunities that advanced coursework provides, earning college credits while in high school can provide significant financial savings. Many avenues to college credit during high school are affordable or free compared to the cost of traditional college tuition.
 
“I am grateful for the staff at CVCA because they are understanding and easy to talk to when students need it. They genuinely care about how we are doing and take time to get to know each one of their students.”
Kayla
Student