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High School Theatre Arts

Developing proficiency and skill in the performing arts so students may enter college and the career field with confidence in their craft and as firm believers and defenders of their faith in Jesus Christ.
In 2018, "Where's Charley?" was asked to perform as a featured school in the M.A.C.Y. Awards ceremony at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts.
In 2015, “How To Succeed In Business…” had our first EVER M.A.C.Y. nomination for Best Actor (Codey Huntting) and Best Actress (Kristen Reyes).
In 2013, "Anything Goes" was asked to perform as a featured school in the M.A.C.Y. Awards ceremony at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts.
In June of 2007, the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) awarded CVCS an Exemplary School Program for the 2007-2008 school year. This prestigious award was presented to CVCS from more than 120 applications.
In 2007 at the Music & Art Commendation for Youth (M.A.C.Y.) award ceremony, six individual awards were received by students for their performances in My Fair Lady. This followed on the heels of the six MACY awards received in the spring of 2006 including Best Show of the Day, Best Ensemble and a Spotlight Award for one of the five Best Shows in addition to the eight individual awards received by cast members.
In 2005, the Performing Arts Department became a charter member of the International Thespian Society
Current High School Theatre Arts Programs:
  • Theatre Arts Class
  • Choir 
  • Spring Musical (open to all CVCS high school students)
  • Year-End Fine and Performing Arts Showcase
High School Performing Arts at CVCS offers choir and performing arts classes during school hours, which include an intense curriculum in music theory, vocal performance, drama, dance, stagecraft, and entertainment technology. Yearly performances include a fall musical or drama production, full-length spring musical, and a year-end showcase production. Often students of all ages who are not in high school may be invited to audition for the spring musical. A commitment to after-school rehearsal and performance hours is required for all participants in the CVCS spring musical production. Students may be eligible for extra credit for contributing to the stagecraft and costume design/sewing elements of performing arts.