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What grades do you offer?

Cedar Valley offers 3 year old preschool through 12th grade.

Is Cedar Valley Christian School accredited?

-Yes! CVCS is accredited by the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI), an agency recognized by the Iowa Department of Education

What Financial Aid options are available?

-ESAs are eligible to be used at Cedar Valley Christian School. CVCS is also a part of the Heart of Iowa School Tuition Organization (STO), which is a needs based scholarship program, completely free to apply.

-If you are in need of financial aid for next year beyond the STO funding, you may also apply through FACTS Grant and Aid Assessment. Apply online at

-Tuition discounts are available when you enroll multiple children.

-Some reimbursement and tax savings also exist. Learn more here.

Do you offer before school / after school care?

-Yes! We have options for student care starting at 8 a.m. and ended at 5 p.m. each school day.

Where can my credits go from here?

-Anywhere! All credits earned at CVCS will transfer to the the school, college, or university of your choice.

What security measures do you have in place?

-All of our staff has training in all security procedures and precautions taken by all area public schools. We have cameras at all entrances and halls and all entrances are locked. All staff is certified in CPR.

What does your use of technology look like?

-Technology is integrated into our school daily. We have SMART boards in every classroom, and every student in 2nd-12th grade has their own Chromebook to use. Some grades also have a touch screen computer, Kindle Fire tablets, and document cameras.

Grateful for the opportunities technology allows us but mindful of the challenges it presents, we work to prepare our students to also use those resources with wisdom and discernment.

-Prioritizing the safety and well-being of our students, we have installed Bark for Schools Premium and the Parent Portal on all of our Chromebooks. Bark allows us to filter and monitor usage no matter where the students are.  

-We have a Cellphone Policy in place for PreK-12th grade students.

How many churches are represented in the student body?

-over 25 churches

What resources are available for my student who is struggling academically? 

-Our small class sizes allow increased individualized instruction for each student, meeting them where they are academically. This gives teachers the opportunity to provide extra instruction for those who may be struggling and challenge those students who are excelling. In addition, we have a resource teacher on staff who works with each classroom teacher to provide one-on-one assistance and instruction for individuals who benefit from some additional tutelage.