The Royal Weekly
December 11, 2023
Final Exams – December 13-15
- Students will receive instructions from their teachers on where to report for exams.
- Please make arrangements for your student(s) to leave after exams. Supervision will be available for middle school students who need to stay until 11:45 a.m.
- The Cafeteria will not be open these days, students are encouraged to bring snacks to eat during the break between exam periods.
- December 13-15 Dress Code: Spirit Wear
Exam Spirit Week Attire
- Tuesday: Ugly Sweater Day – Wear your ugly sweater with regular in-code bottoms.
- Wednesday through Friday: Get Cozy – Wear CVCA spirit wear tops with sweatpants.
- School appropriate shoes must be worn each day.
- No leggings, jeans, or shorts.
ROYAL THEATRE SPRING MUSICAL MEETING – DECEMBER 12
All students are welcome to come learn about this year’s Spring Musical, Hello Dolly! Find out about cast auditions and crew positions on Tuesday, December 12, 3:00-4:15 in the Chapel. There are many ways to participate – big and small, on stage and off.
You can designate your tax dollars to benefit CVCA scholarships – at NO Cost to you!
That’s right – up to $1,500 – and it costs you absolutely nothing! How? By donating to CVCA through a Scholarship Granting Organization. The amount you designate to CVCA REDUCES your state tax liability – dollar for dollar.
More information and easy donation instructions are available on the HERE.
Don’t Forget About Service Hours
Christmas break is a great time for students to get ahead on their 16-hour volunteer service requirement due in May. Here are a few reminders.
If students need ideas:
- Open the Bible Service class in canvas.
- Click on the “Helper Helper” assignment.
- Go to the “Find Opportunities” tab.
- Click the ongoing opportunities link.
Teachers periodically update the Bible Service gradebook. Here’s how to check the real-time hours status:
- Click “See Stats and Goals” in the Canvas assignment.
- THE NUMBER ON THE RIGHT represents the approved hours for this school year.
- Note: The number on the left is a running count of total hours students since students enrolled at CVCA and does not represent this year’s requirement.
Talking Royals Continue Success at Tournaments
On Friday, December 8, the Talking Royals competed at Copley High School. The team’s strong performance was led by Anna Trenta and Talie Koch, who finished 4th in Public Forum Debate, Quinn Robinson, who finished 5th in Humorous Interpretation, and Katie Siff, who finished 6th in United States Extemporaneous Speaking.
Avenues toward College Credit at CVCA – January 10, 2024
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 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. A qualified CVCA student who strategically plans ahead and takes advantage of multiple credit-earning opportunities may earn college credits equivalent to a semester or even a year’s worth of college courses by the time he or she graduates from CVCA. Opportunities to earn college credit at CVCA 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 about the ways qualified students can gain college experience and credit at low or no additional cost while participating fully in high school life at CVCA! Join us for an Avenues Towards College Credit presentation on January 10, 2024 at 6:00 p.m. in the Learning Commons. The meeting is open to all parents and students, grades 8-11.
Malone University Rep meetings
Representatives from various departments at Malone University will be here to speak with students in the Rasnick Center from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
- January 9 – Andre Payne from Business and Technologies
- February 6 – Nursing Rep
- March 5 – Computer Science Rep
- April 2 – Zoo and Wildlife Biology
Boys Off-season Soccer Meeting – December 15
Any boys in grades 8-11 who are interested in soccer at CVCA should attend a meeting on Wednesday, December 13 at noon in the Learning Commons.
Silent Night Game – December 15
Join us for the 3rd Annual Silent Night event at the Boys Basketball Game on Friday, December 15 at 7:00 p.m.! Wear your crazy costumes and be prepared to cheer loudly when CVCA scores the 10th point! Elliot House will be giving away Christmas cookies and collecting donations to bless a local ministry.