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Tours & Shadow Days

At CVCS, we pride ourselves on providing the key components of an outstanding educational experience and the unique, intangible qualities that set us apart. Parents and students often share that there's a special energy felt upon entering our doors – a sense of openness and warmth that truly embodies our values and culture.

Our small class sizes foster this unique atmosphere, which ensures personalized attention, our highly skilled and experienced faculty, and our innovative, challenging JK–12 curriculum. Above all, it's our mission to equip students for life and leadership that makes the CVCS experience extraordinary.

If you are an international student, please contact the Dr. Heidi Zameni, Director of International Students at to schedule a tour or shadow day.

School Tours

We welcome visitors to tour our campus in person. Tours are done in small groups. Please select the school below that applies to the grade you are applying for. 

High School Shadow Days

Come get a first-hand experience of a day in the life of a CVCS high school student. You will be paired with two high school students and attend classes, a chapel or a prayer and praise service, and enjoy a complimentary breakfast and lunch by our executive chef and the Eagles kitchen staff. We can't wait to show you our campus, culture, and the CVCS difference.

Schedule a Shadow Day

Shadow visits run from 8:15 AM to 1:00 PM every Thursday and Friday. Our shadow program is open from September through April. Please select a date from the options below:


  • Visiting shadow students should check in at the front desk promptly at 8:15 AM and should be picked up at 1:00 PM. 
  • Cell phone use is not permitted during class.


  • Students may wear chino pants, shorts, or non-ripped jeans, and a collared shirt, polo shirt, or blouse.
  • Graphic t-shirts, crop tops, or flip-flops are not allowed. 


Virtual Tours

If you are not able to join us in-person for a tour, please click on the videos below for a virtual tour of our campus and classrooms.

Ample student parking for all student drivers. Over 40 high-def security cameras throughout the seven-acre campus combined with an armed security guard for maximum safety. 

Maximum of 20 students per class at all grade levels including high school. Minimum of two classes per grade in elementary school which includes a teacher and an instructional aid. 

Breakfast and lunches are made daily in-house by our full-time executive chef and kitchen team. No pre-ordering required! Fun Fridays include lunches like Chick-Fil-A, Dominoes, Flame Broiler, etc.

One teacher and one instructional aid for a maximum of 20 students. Special programs include PE, music, library, art, and chapel.

Full-day kindergarten with differentiated level learning and individualized weekly student reports. Specialty programs weekly: PE—3x/week with a dedicated PE teacher; art, music—2x/week; library, Spanish, chapel—1x/week.

A two-story library with over 21,000 books and a full-time librarian. Elementary students visit weekly and use the accelerated reader program. Special teen zone on second floor.

We encourage multi-sport student-athletes who want to try new sports and challenge those that are at the top of their game. With 14 varsity girls and boys athletic teams, Eagles have won league, CIF, and state championships. More than 50+ Division 1 college recruits.

Athletic field used by elementary and junior high students for recess and PE classes, and used by high school students for field practices. Made of the highest quality artificial turf.

Hardwood, state-of-the-art gym floor used for court sports for our elementary, junior high, and high school athletic teams, and occasional indoor PE classes. 

Multi-purpose outdoor area used for student gatherings, outdoor classes, outdoor chapel, lunch, and class competitions. 

Recently remodeled lounge available before, during, and after school. Used exclusively by the high school students for studying, student life, and athletic team film viewing.

Located centrally on our campus, the Worship Center seats over 300 used for weekly chapels, performing arts, award banquets and ceremonies, parent information meetings, etc.