Student Life Resources

2021-2022 Dress Code/Uniform Policies: Appearance Standards for Young Men and Women

2022-2023 Dress Code/Uniform Policies: Appearance Standards for Young Men and Women

You can shop for uniform tops at these local and online vendors:

Kids Kloset
907 Portage Trail, Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44221
• Purchase in Store Only

BSN Sports
• Order Online HERE
• Shipped Only

• Order Online HERE
• Shipped Only

Young’s Screenprinting
• Order Online HERE
• Order Online or in Store
• Pick-up or Shipped

Students may participate in a wide-range of co-curricular activities, including:• Forensics Team (Speech and Debate)
• Academic Challenge
• National Honor Society
• Chess Team and Chess Club
• Fellowship of Christian Athletes
• CATS (Concerned About Teen Success)
• Diakonos (Service Club)
• Student Mission Trips
• Short-term Exchange Programs in 4 countries
• Chapel Worship Team
• Student Leadership Council
• SCRAM (Students Concerned Radically About Missions)
• Chix with Sticks (knitting and crochet club)
• Art Club
• Yearbook
• The Royal Fools (Improvisational Theatre)
• Royal Theatre Productions
• Robotics Team
• Embrace Diversity
• Design Club
• Bible Journaling
• ASL Club
• Ski Club
• Disc Golf Club
• Ornithology Club
…and MORE!

All student drivers are required to register their car in the Main Office. Permits are available for $80 HERE

School supplies lists for all grades are available HERE.

Senior year is a busy time, and graduation will be here before you know it! Important deadlines, events, and 12th grade information can be found HERE

Students are required to use the Helper Helper App to track and verify their Service Expectation hours (8 per semester). Students can download Helper Helper from the app store on their smart phone, or use the web app on their Chromebook. It is a quick, easy, and accurate way to track and verify their service hours. Students simply click “Add past commitments” and include their parent or guardian’s email address or phone number in order for the hours to be verified. The parent/guardian will then receive either an email or text to electronically verify the submitted hours.

• 8 Hours (minimum) of approved service activity are required per semester
• The Service Learning Coordinator will give final approval to verified hours that fit the Bible class guidelines.

Thanks for encouraging your students to serve! Here are some examples of the great ways CVCA students have made an impact in their communities:

• National Day of Prayer volunteer
• Sunday school/church nursery helper
• Public school speaker to promote teen success
• Church usher/server
• Community clean up helper
• Cuyahoga Valley National Park trail manager
• Urban Vision Kids club helper
• El Salvador Orphanage helper
• Worship leader
• Soup kitchen volunteer
• Juvenile Detention outreach
• Hospital volunteer
• School event helper

All middle school and high school students have some form of summer assignment(s) before the next school year – 2022 Summer Assignments

Students should print and complete THIS Minor Work Permit then email it to or drop it off in the Guidance Office. Students who have not played a CVCA sport in the previous school year will need a Physician Certificate signed by their physician.

All CVCA juniors and seniors are invited to the Junior-Senior Prom on Saturday, May 14, 2022. Sophomores may attend only as a guest of a CVCA junior or senior. A parent-signed waiver is required to purchase tickets. Please print and sign the appropriate waiver below.

Waiver for Juniors and Seniors

Waiver for Sophomores Attending as a Guest