Prospective Parent Meeting – October 29
Are you a current family AND a parent of a prospective student? We would love to see you at our Prospective Parent Meeting on Tuesday, October 29, 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. If you know any parents who are interested in learning more about CVCA, please invite them too.
ACT Prep Classes at CVCA
ACT prep classes will be offered at CVCA through Pathworks. Register at pathworksohio.com/CVCA.
• Wednesdays, 3:30 – 6:30 p.m. – October 30, November 6, 13
• Saturdays, 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon, November 2, 9, 16
• $175 per series (includes 3 classes)
• Performance and Target Report: $15 (receive written insights and actions to improve your outcomes)
Location: CVCA Room 112
• First Class: 4-hour full practice test and score – the results inform the remaining sessions
• Second Class: 3-hour ACT prep workshop – GROUNDWork, English, and Math sections
• Third Class: 3-hour ACT prep workshop – Action Planning, Reading, and Science sections
Royal Theatre Fall Production
Tickets for the Royal Theatre’s fall play go on sale Sunday, October 27. This year’s performances will take place on Friday and Saturday, November 15-16. The middle school will perform the opener, “The Paper Bag Bandit Rides Again, and the high school will perform “That’s My Cousin.” Both are western comedies. Come enjoy the fun! Tickets will be available at itickets.com.
Important Chromebook Care
Since our student Chromebooks are used daily, it is important to make sure they are charged and ready for each school day. Also, a Chromebook battery can permanently fail if it is drained completely, creating an inconvenience and costing the student $45 to replace. To prevent a battery failure, please make a habit of charging it before it reaches 5%.
Learn How to Earn College Credits While at CVCA – November 6
Are you interested in earning college credits while enrolled at CVCA? Students in grades 10-11 and their parents are invited to learn more at the Avenues toward College Credit at CVCA presentation on Wednesday, November 6, 6:30-7:30 p.m. in the Learning Commons.
Earning college credits during high school allows you to enter college or university with advanced standing, often having already completed some collegiate general education requirements. In addition to the learning opportunities advanced coursework provides, earning college credits now can provide significant financial savings. Many early avenues to college credit are affordable or free compared to the cost of traditional college tuition. Qualified students who strategically plan ahead and take advantage of these opportunities may earn several college credits by the time they graduate from CVCA. These opportunities include: Advanced Placement (AP) exams, College Level Examination Program (CLEP) exams, and dual credit opportunities – including some that may qualify for funding through Ohio’s College Credit Plus (CCP) program. While taking classes at a local university is also an option through the CCP program, it is not necessary for students to leave CVCA during the school day in order to participate and benefit from these programs. Come hear how qualified students can gain college experience and credit at low or no additional cost while participating fully in high school life at CVCA! Questions? Please contact Mr. Randy Tomich in the Guidance Office.