New Students

Key Dates

Middle School

5/31 Early Enrollment Deadline ($100 deposit increase)
6/7 Uniform Consignment Sale
6/14 Math Placement Testing Option 1 – 6:30 p.m.
6/28 Math Placement Testing Option 2  – 10:10 a.m.
7/19 Sports Physicals Offered at CVCA – 6:00 p.m.
7/30 Middle School Football Practice Begins
8/6 All Other Middle School Fall Sports Practices Begin
8/13 Assimilation Day – ALL New Students in Grades 8-12
8/13 LaunchPoint – ALL Grade 8
8/13-15 JumpStart – ALL Grade 7
8/14-15 Ignition – ALL Grade 6
8/14 All Students in Grades 8-12 Report
8/16 No School for Grades 6 & 7
8/17 First Day for Grades 6 & 7
8/23 Parent Back-to-School Night – 7:00 p.m.
9/14 New Family Tailgate – 5:30 p.m.

High School

5/31 Early Enrollment Deadline ($100 deposit increase)
6/7 Uniform Consignment Sale
6/14 Math Placement Testing Option 1 (Incoming 9th Graders) – 6:30 p.m.
6/28 Math Placement Testing Option 2 (Incoming 9th Graders) – 10:10 a.m.
7/19 Sports Physicals Offered at CVCA – 6:00 p.m.
7/30 High School Football Practice Begins
8/1 All Other High School Fall Sports Practices/Tryouts Begin
8/9 New Student/Parent Orientation – ALL New Students Grades 9-12
8/13 Assimilation Day – ALL New Students Grades 8-12
8/13 FroshFest – ALL Grade 9
8/23 Parent Back-to-School Night – 7:00 p.m.
9/14 New Family Tailgate – 5:30 p.m.


2018-2019 Calendar




•  The New Student/New Parent Orientation is scheduled for Middle School students on Tuesday, August 7 at 6:00 p.m. and for High School students on Thursday, August 9 at 6:00 p.m. Details will be communicated over the summer. Please print a copy of your student’s schedule from ParentsWeb and bring it with you to Orientation!

•  Monday, August 13 is a required school day of assimilation and fun friendship-building activities for all new students in grades 8-12.

•  The first day of regular classes is Tuesday, August 14.

Appearance Standards

Uniform polo shirts, jackets, and sweaters may be purchased through Kids Kloset Uniforms (907B Portage Trail, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 44223, 330-929-1810). Nike brand uniform polos and jackets are available online from BSN Sportswear several times per year. You will be notified via email and the Royal Weekly when the BSN Sportswear shop is open. Skirts for girls may be purchased at either Kids Kloset or School Belles. Pants, shorts, and boys dress shirts may be purchased anywhere as long as they meet the code description.

Chapel Dress is required every Chapel day (Thursdays). Ladies must wear a skirt with a uniform polo. Gentlemen must wear a white or light blue dress shirt, tie, and khaki pants. No shorts may be worn.

Spirit Wear may be worn on Fridays. Students may wear any CVCA T-shirt, sweatshirt, or team jersey with in-code pants, shorts, or skirt. The Booster Club sells spirit wear items during Orientation and HERE >>.

Women Men

Uniform Consignment Sale

The 2018 Uniform Consignment Sale will take place on Thursday, June 7.

All details are available HERE >>.


School Supplies

Supply lists for 2018-2019 can be found HERE>>. Students are not required to bring supplies the first day of school, but they may. Many students choose to “move into their locker” with their supplies the evening of Orientation.

Summer Assignments

Some teachers may require summer assignments. Middle school and high school summer assignments for 2018 can be found HERE>>


Schedule & Guidance

Class schedules are set by the Guidance Office. The Guidance staff is available to meet with new students through the month of June.

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• Final schedules are posted and can be downloaded in the “Student” tab in ParentsWeb beginning the first week of August.
• We will not make any schedule adjustments for teacher preferences, lunch period preferences, or any other changes not strictly necessary.
• Students can drop or add classes until the 5th day of each semester. Check your student’s schedule before each quarter or semester and give your permission via phone or email message for any changes.

Middle School Course information >>
High School Course information >>

Questions? Contact:
Maureen Plum (incoming grades 6, 7, 8)
Steve Kasiguran (incoming grade 9)
Randy Tomich (incoming grades 10, 11)

Placement Testing

If your student does not take the math placement test, they will be placed in a regular math course. Students who may take a placement test are…

Read More and Register

• Incoming 6th graders wishing to enroll in Advanced Math 6
• Incoming 7th graders wishing to enroll in Advanced Pre-Algebra or Algebra 1
• Incoming 8th graders wishing to enroll in Algebra 1
• Incoming 8th or 9th graders who have already taken Algebra 1 and wish to move into Honors Algebra 2 (preferably) or regular Algebra 2

Test dates and times to choose from:
Thursday, June 14 at 6:30 p.m.
Thursday, June 28 at 10:00 a.m.

Register >>

Calculators are permitted for part of the Algebra 1 test. They are not permitted for the lower grades.
The tests are multiple choice.

Questions? Contact:
Linda Cowley,



Lunch Program from AVI Food Services

• School lunches are sold on an item-by-item basis.
• About 50% of students buy; the other 50% a bring lunch.
• Microwaves and vending machines are available.
• Students may pay with cash or a lunch debit account.
• To establish an account, the student will need to create a pin number, then deposit money in their lunch account via To set up a lunch debit account, go to our Food Service page.

Arrival Time and Thursday Late Starts

• The building is open to students from 7:15 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on school days.
• The first bell rings at 7:30 a.m. and the tardy bell at 7:50 a.m. when all students must be in their seats in their first period class.
• The school day ends at 2:50 p.m.
• There is a late start every Thursday with the first period beginning at 8:35 a.m. Students may report at the normal time, but must report to the Cafeteria upon arrival until the bell rings.

Bus Transportation

• Parents are responsible for contacting their local school district to arrange for busing from their district (if available).
• Bus routes through Walsh Jesuit are available for Bainbridge, Brecksville, Brunswick, East Cleveland, Hinckley, Medina, North Royalton, Richfield, Solon, and Strongsville.
• See our Transportation page for routes, costs, and registration forms.

2017-18 School Districts that Provide Bus Service:
Please call your District Transportation Department for route information and times.

Akron (grades 8-9 only) – 330-761-1392
Akron Metro – 330-762-0341
Aurora – 330-954-2228
Bedford – 440-439-1500
Copley-Fairlawn – 330-668-3220
Coventry – 330-644-2371
Hudson – 330-653-3355
Kent – 330-673-2231
Nordonia – 330-467-0580
Stow-Munroe Falls – 330-689-5234
Tallmadge – 330-633-2215
Twinsburg – 330-486-2000
Woodridge – 330-928-9074
Walsh Jesuit (pay to ride) – 330-929-4205


Zip code lists of CVCA families in your area are available in the Main Office if you need assistance with forming a carpool.


• Our incoming 6th graders do not need any new shots.
• Before entering 7th grade, students need their TDaP booster and their first Meningococcal vaccines.
• Before 12th grade, the Meningococcal booster is required.
• You will be contacted by the school nurse if there are immunizations missing from your school records.

School Contacts

Every person on the faculty and staff has voicemail through the main school number: 330-929-0575. Follow the prompts to the staff directory.

Main or Academic Office:
If you have concerns or questions best addressed by a senior administrator, these gentlemen are available to help you.
• Dr. Matt Koons, Headmaster – ext. 235 or
• Mr. Scott Iannetta, Middle School Principal – ext. 620 or
• Mr. Tim Schofield, Dean of Students – ext. 314 or
• Mr. Emery Nickerson, Asst. Headmaster for Instruction – ext. 206 or
• Mr. Randy Tomich, Guidance – ext. 304 or

• Mr. Jon Young, Athletic Director – ext. 221 or
• Mrs. Mindy Fullerton, Admissions Director – ext. 216 or

Ignition 6th Grade Retreat

Ignition starts everything off in the right direction as students begin their CVCA journey. Ice-breaking, team-building, and anxiety-easing worship and community experiences encompass the class’s two-day (overnight) adventure camp. The students depart at 7:30 a.m. on Tuesday, August 14 for Camp Carl in Portage County. They return Wednesday at 4:00 p.m. The cost for the two-day retreat is still TBA but will be less than $60 per student. (Registration forms and itinerary coming soon.)

Jumpstart 7th Grade Retreat

At the start of each new school year, CVCA’s incoming 7th Grade class leaves together for a three-day adventure camp. Students have the opportunity to meet new friends and new teachers during these action-packed days. The students depart at 7:30 a.m. on Monday, August 13 for Seneca Hills Bible Conference Center in Polk, Pennsylvania, and return Wednesday at 4:00 p.m. The cost for the three-day retreat is $100 per student. (Registration forms and itinerary coming soon.)

Launch Point

Held on campus, LaunchPoint is a half-day, team-building fun day when returning and new 8th Graders combine to get to know each other and connect as they begin the new school year. Working in their Connections group teams, students accomplish various “challenges” requiring them to work together. Plenty of social time to catch up with friends is included. We also spend devotional time focused on the upcoming school year.