Spirit Wear Sale
The CVCA Sideline Store is holding a sale for the month of September. Use the promo code “SEPT19” at checkout to save 15% off orders of $75 or more. ORDER HERE
Christian College Fair – September 19
On Thursday, September 19, 6:00 – 8:00 p.m., CVCA will host a Christian College Fair in the Cafeteria with representatives from 50 Christian colleges around the country. Take advantage of this wonderful opportunity to collect school information and learn about majors, financial aid, the college life, and other areas of interest. The fair is open to the public and there is no fee. Register in advance at myblueprintbarcode.com to save time when you arrive. A Financial Aid Seminar will also be presented during the evening in the auditorium.
College T-Shirt Day/Mini College Fair – September 20
All students can wear their favorite college t-shirt and speak to an admissions representative from several area colleges on Friday, September 20 in the Learning Commons during 4th-8th periods. The following public, private, and Christian colleges will be represented: Akron, Kent, Cincinnati, Ohio University, Grove City, Malone, Messiah, Taylor, Moody, Lipscomb, Samford, Grace Akron, Mount Union, Ashland, and West Point (representing all Academies).
Show your Royal Spirit with our Football Game Themes
Join us for a CVCA Royals football game and show your spirit with our theme nights. Go Royals! Check out the theme schedule HERE.
Spirit Week – September 30 – October 4
Dress-up Days and Costume Themes:
- Monday, September 30: “Marvel Monday”
- Tuesday, October 1: “Tropical Tuesday”
- Wednesday, October 2: “Decade Day”
- Thursday, October 3: CVCA Royal Spirit Colors
- Friday, October 4: Class Color Day – T-shirts Provided
Important Dress Guidelines for Spirit Week: Be creative and have fun while putting your costumes together for Spirit Week, but please note: No spandex shorts or any tight-fitting shorts. Shorts must be loose-fitting basketball, long athletic type shorts and cannot be shorter than 2 inches above the knee (even if worn with leggings or tights). No yoga or spandex pants, tank tops, or low tight fitting shirts. No vulgar or mean-spirited costumes. No jeans are permitted during Spirit Week. Students whose costumes do not fit guidelines will be asked to change into uniform polos and khakis. Students not choosing to dress in costume are to wear Friday spirit wear and khakis.
Homecoming Banquet – October 5
All sophomores, juniors, and seniors are invited to Viva La Fiesta on Saturday, October 5, 6:00 – 10:00 p.m. The banquet will be held at Quaker Station, 135 S. Broadway Street in Akron. Tickets ($35 each) will be for sale September 23-27 during lunch hours (near the Welcome Center). A parent-signed waiver is required to purchase tickets.
Join the Excel Still More Excitement
With less than a million dollars to go to completely finish the Excel Still More campaign, an anonymous friend of CVCA has generously offered a matching $400,000 challenge to help us cross the finish line. That means for every dollar you commit to the campaign, it could be matched dollar for dollar… if we all collectively reach $400,000 in new commitments starting immediately. Would you help us reach this goal? Please consider making an immediate gift or a commitment that spans over the next few years given annually or even monthly.
Booster Club Golf Outing – October 12
The Fifth Annual CVCA Booster Club golf outing will be held at Fox Den Golf Course on Saturday, October 12. The event costs just $75 per golfer ($300 per foursome). Hole sponsorships are available for $250 each. A Royal Sponsor package for only $500 includes both golf and sponsorship. More information and registration is available HERE>>.
Senior Composite Photo Deadline – October 19
Seniors must have their composite photo taken by October 19 at any Prestige/LifeTouch Location. This photo is used in the senior class layout that hangs in the school, as well as the yearbook.
Thank you to our Grandparents
It was a joy to have our CVCA grandparents on campus for Grandparents Day. Thank you to all who made it such a special day!
H-O-P-E Resource Rooms
Students who would like to have homework help or a quiet place to study, may drop in to either of our Resource Rooms 121 (high school) and 278 (middle) after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 2:50 – 3:45 p.m. H-O-P-E stands for: Homework Help – Organizational Skills – Personal Attention – Encouragement. We try to make these after-school centers places for quiet study and assistance. We especially encourage all students that stay for practices, games, or club activities to utilize this time while waiting for their activity to begin. For more information, please contact Sharon Runyon at [email protected] or 330-929-0575, ext. 306 for high school and Susan Abramson at [email protected] 330-929-0575, ext. 177 for middle school.