"I attended Cedar Valley from Pre-K through high school graduation. I'm grateful to say that my children are now second-generation Huskies! We waited until partway through high school to move our teens from public school to Cedar Valley. They were immediately surrounded by higher standards and better influences! ALL of the teachers, staff, and coaches invest in the spiritual health of my children. The care they offer is much deeper and more genuine than just book-smarts. Having my children at Cedar Valley feels like coming home again. My best advice is not to wait. If you’re debating when is the right time to move from public to private, the answer is “as soon as possible.” We feel this is one of the very best investments we can make for our children’s futures!" - 2021/22 CV family
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We would love to learn about you and your family and share what CVCS has to offer. Tuition information and application forms can be provided during your consultation.
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K - 12th grade Application Form (PDF) (After your application is received, a link will be emailed to you where you can pay your $100 nonrefundable deposit.)
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Wait Pool Information
CVCS is growing! With a large number of prospective students, the number of applications can exceed the available spots for a specific grade for the current or upcoming school year. When this becomes the case, a wait pool will be utilized.
The wait pool is an unranked group of students who have applied to CVCS. Completing an application does not guarantee enrollment. Multiple factors can impact placement and selection from the wait pool including, but not limited to, date of application submission, sibling(s) of enrolled student, and children of staff members.
Did You Know?
CVCS has a service requirement for graduation. A minimum of hours invested in and out of school prepares students for a lifetime of serving.
Some things are better caught then taught.
At Cedar Valley, I caught the value of being rooted in a place for a significant amount of time.
I saw that rootedness in families committed to make Cedar Valley their ministry. I saw it in fellow students who went all the way from elementary to high school with me. I saw it in admin., staffers, and volunteers. But I especially saw the rootedness in my teachers. Teachers in elementary school and secondary school were committed to their work as a long-term calling. The rootedness of these teachers produced strong traditions, shared values, and collaboration across grade-levels. That is good soil to grow in!
Now, as I watch my own kids grow, I want them to be known by—and loved by—a community of Christ-followers over a significant amount of time.
Therefore, as you received Christ Jesus the Lord, so walk in Him—rooted and built up in Him. Established in the faith just as you were taught, abounding in thanksgiving. (Col 2:6-7) - Matt Knapp CVCS graduate